In a fabulous panel discussion last week, the BJC’s Holly Hollman made a full-throated appeal: when it comes to government funded programs, we as Americans must draw a line.
The BJC’s Holly Hollman was featured in an NPR story on the growing fracture in consensus over religious freedom in America today.
A joint op-ed published by Religion News Service explains that opposing governmental expressions of religion like the Bladensburg cross is not an anti-religious stance. Just the opposite.
Ahead of next month’s Senate confirmation hearings, the BJC’s Holly Hollman writes in helpful detail about the religious liberty record of Brett Kavanaugh and Justice Anthony Kennedy.
The BJC does not endorse or oppose Supreme Court nominees, but General Counsel Holly Hollman notes that Judge Kavanaugh’s admiration for Justice Kennedy might be an indication of his approach on the bench.