Preserving Religious Liberty

NYCF opposes all initiatives that seek to limit the fundamental rights of freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and the free exercise of religion, and supports equal access for Christian students and for churches and Christian groups that use public buildings.

The Liberty Ridge Farm Case Is Closed

By NYCF | Feb 26, 2016

Robert and Cynthia Gifford of Liberty Ridge Farm have chosen not to appeal a recent court decision punishing them for declining to host and coordinate same-sex “weddings” on their own property.

Cuomo Executive Actions Attack New Yorkers Experiencing Unwanted Same-Sex Attraction

By NYCF | Feb 16, 2016

Many readers and listeners may be familiar with the old phrase “another day, another dollar.” The way things are going in Albany, we may need to coin a new phrase: “Another day, another executive edict.”

Prescription Drug Bill Passes Assembly, Raises Religious Liberty Concerns

By NYCF | Jan 29, 2016

Albany Update has previously reported on the birth control mandate legislation introduced by pro-abortion New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman last year. Unfortunately, and despite opposition from New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms and other pro-life allies, that legislation—known as the Comprehensive Contraception Coverage Act (CCCA) (S.6013-A – Bonacic/A.8135-B – Cahill)—passed the New York State…

Liberty Ridge Farm Loses Appeal

By NYCF | Jan 24, 2016

Liberty Ridge Farm’s courageous stand for authentic marriage and religious freedom has gotten the small family farm in hot water—and an appellate court in New York has no problem with that.

President Obama Issues Promised Veto

By NYCF | Jan 17, 2016

Undeterred from his pursuits of government control of health care and unlimited abortion access, President Barack Obama has vetoed the partial Obamacare repeal/Planned Parenthood defunding bill that recently passed both Houses of Congress.

New York City Transgender Insanity

By NYCF | Jan 8, 2016

It’s no secret that New York City is a bastion of leftism in terms of culture and public policy. However, a recent action by the City’s Human Rights Commission is extreme even by New York City standards.