Today Herb Titus wrote a powerful critique of 7th Circuit Judge Richard Posner’s astonishing concurring opinion in Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College, issued April 4, 2017. That case determined that discrimination based on “sex” really means “sexual orientation” — irrespective of what Congress meant when it enacted Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Bill Olson was quoted in this article about the Supreme Court’s Order issued Monday vacating the Fourth Circuit’s decision in G.G. v. Gloucester County and remanding the case to the Fourth Circuit.
Today, we filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court in support of a petition for writ of certiorari, asking the Court to review a California ban on mental health providers pro-hetrosexual therapies to minors. Interestingly, the California law, SB 1172, does not ban pro-homosexual therapies. We reject the notion that the Free Exercise Clause was written to give special rights to religious people.
Today, our firm filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a school board whose policy is that students should use the bathroom associated with their fixed biological sex, rather than the one that corresponds to their subjective “gender identity.”
The Obama Administration’s Department of Education had joined the lawsuit in support of a troubled young woman who thinks that
The Alabama Court of the Judiciary removed Roy S. Moore, the elected Chief Justice of the State of Alabama, based on spurious grounds related to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision in favor of same sex marriage. Today, we filed a brief in support of the Chief Justice’s appeal of that decision to the Alabama Supreme Court.
In our 55-page brief, in addition to other issues, our
There is an effort underway by elements in the federal and state judiciary and leftist lawyers and lawyer groups to increase political controls over lawyers — on whom the American people rely on to protect their interests. Some states are trying to force lawyers to devote free legal services to favored classes of persons. Historically, this proposal has been a cover for the misuse of
Today, we filed an FOIA request with the U.S. Department of Education seeking records evidencing the Obama Administration’s claimed “growing chorus of educators, parents, and students from around the country,” seeking guidance on access by so-called transgender students to public school bathrooms, showers, etc.
Today, we filed an FOIA request with the U.S. Department of Justice seeking records evidencing the Obama Administration’s claimed “growing chorus of educators, parents, and students from around the country,” seeking guidance on access by so-called transgender students to public school bathrooms, showers, etc.
Today, our firm filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, opposing attempts by a girl with feelings of gender “dysphoria” to use Title IX to gain access to the boy’s bathrooms at her school. Our brief argued that one’s sex is a scientific constant, and determined by the Creator. Allowing a person’s feelings at any given
With our brief in Stormans, our firm has now made its 100th filing in the U.S. Supreme Court. Today we filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court defending a Christian-owned pharmacy from attack by the Washington State Pharmacy Quality Assurance Commission due to that pharmacy’s refusal to stock and sell abortifacient drugs.
Although the Pharmacy Commission is a government agency, its
Presiding Justice Jess H. Dickinson issued a Separate Written Statement Objecting to a Court order, in which he cites to and quotes from an article we wrote reacting to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell.
“And, according to an article co-authored by Herbert W. Titus, who taught constitutional law for more than a quarter of a century and concluded his academic career as the
Today we filed an a brief in the Colorado Supreme Court urging it to review a decision of the Colorado Court of Appeals which had upheld a decision of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission penalizing the Christian bakery for refusing to bake a cake to be used in the celebration of a same sex marriage.
It is strange indeed that the people of Colorado had adopted in 2006 a constitutional amendment defining
|Biblical Principles of Law by Herbert W. Titus
Herb Titus wrote Biblical Principles of Law, a digital book available fromLawMart.com, which explores the biblical and historical roots of the common law relating to contracts, property, torts and crimes, and compares the biblical/historical view with modern legal trends.
|American’s Heritage: Constitutional Liberty by Herbert W. Titus
Herb Titus wrote American’s Heritage: Constitutional Liberty, a digital book available from LawMart.com, which explores the biblical and historical roots of constitutional law in America, and compares the biblical/historical view with modern legal trends.
Bill Olson & Herb Titus Articles on Building the Resistance to Same Sex Marriage (Summer 2015)
Reconsidering the U.S. Supreme Court’s Authority to Mandate Same-Sex Marriage (May 27, 2015)
Herb Titus gave a Constitution Day address for The Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE) in their Lessons in Liberty series. The topic was Same-Sex Marriage: The “Living” Constitution’s Epitaph.
U.S. Supreme Court Reporter Tony Mauro wrote about our article explaining the impropriety of failing to recuse in the Obergefell organization. The Article was entitled “Motion Urging Recusal in Marriage Cases Surfaces on Supreme Court Docket.”
“The recusal request was posted on the court’s docket last week, according to William Olson and Herbert Titus, lawyers for the U.S.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution quotes from our article about Building Resistance to Same Sex Marriage which appeared in several publications, including:http://www.westernjournalism.com/reconsidering-the-u-s-supreme-courts-authority-to-mandate-same-sex-marriage/