Margot Cleveland is a lawyer and an adjunct professor for the college of business at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Ind. She wrote a column for The Federalist, where she is a senior contributor, about why she believes the Supreme Court will rule in favor of Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips — which […]
Thomas Albert Howard is a professor of humanities and history at Valparaiso University where he is an expert on the Protestant Reformation. He is the author of Remembering the Reformation: An Inquiry into the Meaning of Protestantism (2016).
Don Howard is a philosophy professor at Notre Dame University in Notre Dame, Ind. He has written widely about robots and ethics.
Jo Anne Lyon is ambassador and former general superintendent of The Wesleyan Church in Indianapolis. She was a member of the commission for Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, which recommended against changing tax laws for houses of worship in a 2013 report on government regulation of political speech.
Greg Forster is a Friedman Fellow at EdChoice, an Indianapolis-based advocacy group that supports school choice, where he specializes in public education issues, including vouchers. Contact via Jennifer Wagner, vice president of communications for EdChoice.
Christopher Lubienski is a professor of education at Indiana University in Bloomington. He is an expert on school choice and vouchers and the battle over them between religious group and secular groups. Contact via Steve Hinnefeld, news and media specialist.
Richard Garnett is a professor of law and political science at the University of Notre Dame. He is an expert on the Supreme Court, church-state issues, religious liberty and Catholic social thought.
Omar Ahmed Shahin is an imam, a lawyer and director of the Islamic studies program at the Graduate Theological Foundation in Mishawaka, Ind. He is an expert on Islam in the Middle East and in the U.S. and Islamic law and the family.
Michaela Farm is a project of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, Ind. It promotes the respectful use of resources, sustainability, gratitude, hospitality and caring. The sisters and staff work with farm animals and grow food for a nearby food bank.