In February, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a California church, lifting complete bans on in-person religious services. Joe Allgood reports on what that means for three California churches.
California passed a mandate banning in-person religious services last year, and now that in-person services are legal, churches are in varying states of re-opening. After almost a year of virtual services and gatherings, many church leaders and congregation members are anxious to return to in-person worship.
Judge Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation puts abortion, disability and LGBTQ+ rights at risk. With this shift to the right, the Supreme Court could end up permitting the legal mistreatment of marginalized communities.
“I can’t breathe.” —George Floyd
Biden’s promise to run alongside a woman puts America one step closer to progress, but it is also attracting bi-partisan hate.
One of the nation’s most high-profile lawyers has deep roots to Pepperdine
Neil Gorsuch discussed his book, “A Republic, If You Can Keep It,” which takes a deep-dive into the Constitution and one’s role as a judge
Christine Blasey Ford publicly came out with sexual assault allegations four days before the Senate Judiciary Committee was set to confirm Brett Kavanaugh
Art by Peau Porotesano For years, races for public office have often been altered due to gerrymandering —the act of redrawing district lines in hopes of increasing the number of winnable seats. This tactic has been a bipartisan practice for years and has allowed candidates to win seats in a controversial way. On Oct. 3rd, […]
In Trump’s America, it’s crucial to tell the difference between ideological differences and moral wrongs