Alliance Defending Freedom: It’s days away: The Supreme Court’s marriage decision is expected to come down on June 29.
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 …
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.
Jim Brown reports at OneNewsNow:
he American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal suit against the Okeechobee County School Board in November 2006 on behalf of the Gay-Straight Alliance and its then-current president Yasmin Gonzalez saying the school was illegally barring the club from meeting on school grounds . .
One must wonder, then, whether taxpayers should continue to support an organization that is flush with money, has beenwilling to skirt or ignore laws intended to protect the people it claims to serve and may be targeting minorities with a practice many Americans believe immoral.
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.
Beyond Theocracy and Secularism (Part I): Toward a New Paradigm for Law and Religion Mark C. Modak-Truran, 27 Miss. C. L. Rev. 159 (2008) As part of a larger project challenging and moving beyond the pre-modern and modern paradigms, this …
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. . .
I show that while the Supreme Court’s jurisprudence unquestionably protects a right not to be a gestational parent as a fundamental right, it does not compel recognizing a right not to be a genetic parent, when genetic parenthood is unbundled from the obligations of legal and gestational parenthood.
The Netherlands is bracing for a new round of violence at home and against its embassies in the Middle East. The storm would be caused by “Fitna,” a short film that is scheduled to be released this week . . .
The board reprimanded Noesen and ordered him to attend ethics classes. He was allowed to keep his license as long as he informs all future employers in writing that he won’t dispense birth control pills and outlines steps he will take to make sure a patient has access to medication.
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.