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Alliance Defense Fund attorneys filed an appeal Monday on behalf of a group of New York taxpayers in an effort to stop officials from illegally recognizing same-sex “marriages” performed outside the Empire State.
It’s time that Christians in America gain a moral backbone and fight for their fellow Christians. And they need to urge that guy in the White House, the one they helped elect to two terms who claims to be a Christian, to take a stand on the issue at the very least.
Blair Formally Refuses to Respond to Abortion and Embryo Research Questions after “Conversion” to Catholicism
LifeSiteNews.com reports: Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister of Britain and avid supporter of legal abortion and homosexual “marriage” who was received into the Catholic Church late last year, has issued a statement refusing to answer questions regarding his position …
We at the California Family Council are very disappointed and puzzled to learn that the Governor would take a position contrary to his own actions where he repeatedly vetoed same-sex marriage legislation,” stated CFC’s Legislative Director Everett Rice.
. . . Provide steep tuition breaks to students with LSAT scores and undergraduate GPAs above this year’s target medians, and make up for the lost revenue by charging closer to full tuition for students who do not boost the school’s numbers — especially transfer students who are hungry for the more prestigious J.D.
The article is a candid and bracing look at the lingering effects of the divorce revolution as experienced in Jefferson’s own 1982 graduating class at Grant High School in California’s sprawling San Fernando Valley . . .
Now, due largely to a slowdown in work relating to mortgages, real estate, mergers and private equity, some firms are taking such measures as rescinding offers to incoming associates and summer associates, asking first-year lawyers to start several months later and shortening their summer programs to save money.
Religion Clause blog reports that the city already removed two cross displays after being threatened, but now the city symbol that contains a cross is being threatened.
At issue is a professor’s demand that students “change their own personal viewpoints or state that they are unsure of whether their own personal beliefs are correct” on religious issues, according to the letter.
The BottomLineUpFront blog by Amy Proctor carries the video (from June 2007) and highlights some points made in the speech. Obama makes several comment strongly in support of abortion and reaffirms his votes against Justices Roberts and Alito. He also …
But on Wednesday the court will consider whether a person who rapes a child is different. Louisiana prosecutors will argue that the same societal mores that have persuaded justices to spare certain categories of criminals lead in the opposite direction when it comes to child rapists, demanding an expansion of capital punishment, not a retrenchment . . .
The Senate on Thursday confirmed Catharina Haynes, a Baker Botts partner in Dallas, to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. She is the first federal appeals court nominee to be approved by the full Senate this year and the seventh in the 110th Congress.
Tony Mauro reports on the Legal Times: On Jan. 7, Jay Jorgensen took an unusual call from his former boss, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Jr. Alito’s request: Would Jorgensen have time to argue a Supreme Court case in April …
A new study supports our fears: Supreme Court nominees present themselves one way at confirmation hearings but act differently on the court. That makes it difficult for senators to cast informed votes or for the public to pla
A Christian student told he could not sing a religious song at a high school talent show was permitted to perform Friday, after ADF attorneys representing the student sent a letter to Baldwin County Public Schools officials on his behalf.