Mike Johnson on the Zeb Bell Show

State Department refuses passport to recognize Mass. same sex “marriage”

ADF defends N.Y. town’s right to open meetings with prayer

9th Circuit: Segregated inmates must have access to religious services

UK: Marriage rates lowest since records began

Wells Fargo shareholders have opportunity to impact sexual orientation policy

    Mombian, a blog that offers “sustenance for lesbian moms” reports: If you happen to own shares of Wells Fargo, make sure to open the proxy statement you should have received recently, and take the time to vote your proxy. Item …


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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Report: Las Vegas a Hub for Child Sex Trafficking

Mom argues Ohio marriage amendment prohibits forced custody sharing with x-lesbian partner

Catholics protest homosexual indoctrination in BC teacher’s guide

    365Gay.com reports: The Roman Catholic Church is escalating its opposition to a British Columbia government teacher guide that encourages diversity in the public school system. This week the Catholic Civil Rights League, a lay group, urged parents to protest against …


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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‘Living together’ before marriage a statistical risk

Nebraska Prohibits State Funding of Human Cloning

9th Circuit upholds 10 Commandments display

Calif. Court of Appeal agrees to reconsider homeschooling case

Baltimore City Council supports civil marriage

    The Baltimore City Council has passed a resolution supporting a separate state Senate bill that would give same-sex couples the right to a civil marriage. The Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act [HB 351], introduced by Sen. Richard Madaleno Jr., a Montgomery County Democrat, distinguishes civil from religious marriage.


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Transgender adults seek congressional support in workplace

2 new students join Gay-Straight Alliance group that ACLU said had no active members

IN: Booksellers incensed over sexual content law

VA: Greene County passes new sexually oriented businesses ordinance

The abortion industry

Prague: Support to alternative families positive for society

    Czech ministers [are] plan[ning] controversial bills that would enable single women to undergo artificial fertilisation and homosexuals to adopt their partners’ children [in order to] positively effect the demographic development in the country, Martin Fendrych writes in weekly Tyden out Tuesday.


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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Uruguay: Church concerned over homosexual adoption

    Archbishop Nicolas Cotugno of Montevideo voiced opposition this week to a proposed law put forth by the government of Uruguay that would allow homosexual couples to adopt children.


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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CA: State to help San Diego deal with syphilis outbreak

Putting teens on sex registries for life: wise public policy?

    “Something is very wrong when young people, doing what hundreds of thousands of other kids do, are condemned for life on sex registries next to rapists and real pedophiles. There’s no justice in that . . .”


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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  • Category: Marriage & Family

Only Two European Mayors Decline to Participate in Campaign for Gay Pride Parades

    Only two cities in Europe have refused to participate in a campaign by Europe’s leading homosexual lobby group to force the leaders of Europe’s cities to allow the homosexual “Gay Pride” demonstrations.


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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Alaska House Approves Partial-Birth Abortion Ban, Heads to State Senate

Ukrainian Orthodox Church could split from Russian Church in 2008

    The Ukrainian authorities are preparing to break up the Church in Ukraine, and this could take place as early as this year, Kremlin-connected political scientist Sergey Markov claimed.


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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Religious Transnational Constitutionalism

Beyond Theocracy and Secularism (Part I)

NBC pokes its finger in the FCC’s eye; Fox says ‘No’ to fine.

    They do NOT like the fact that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has become more serious about enforcing decency standards. And they are throwing corporate temper tantrums.


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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Basic Causes of Divergent First Amendment Interpretations

    By comparison, it is rather debatable whether either these worldviews or interpretations can realistically be situated on a linear spectrum, with the “religionists” at one end and the “secularists” at the other. A better but decidedly more complex approach might be to envision them within a multi-axis framework. . .


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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  • Category: Religious Liberty

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The Constitution and the Rights not to Procreate

International Law, and Order: The Supremes limit foreign intrusion on U.S. courts.

Islam and Free Speech

Many Muslims Turn to Home Schooling

Religious charities excluded from Iowa giving program, suit filed

WI Appeals Court upholds penalty for pharmacist refusal to dispense birth control

96 Catholic Universities Have Pro-Homosexual Clubs

    Their research discovered that 45% have pro-homosexual clubs. Many of these clubs share in the movement’s radical goal – to force social acceptance of unnatural vice on Christian America, and gag expressions of free speech that oppose the movement’s ideological agenda.


  • Posted: 03/26/2008
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Vermont open to same sex “marriage” as legislative report nears?