ACLU seeks $65,000 for Jesus portrait case

Homosexual bishop denounces reparative therapy; APA disavows event

Lambda Legal argues for application of “putative spouse” doctrine to Cal. civil unions

Hutcherson Update: 638 Students Boycotted Day of Silence at Mt. Si High

Pennsylvania: Saga Continues Over Embattled Strip Club in Bucks Co.

Family Policy Lecture: Why Health Care Reform is Crucial to Religious Liberty

Activitists push for same-sex marriage bill in N.Y.

The Senatorial Plot Thickens on Judges

Al Mohler: A Tale of Two Nations — Getting Honest about Sex Selection Abortions

    “No nation, no society, no community can hold its head high and claim to be part of the civilized world if it condones the practice of discriminating against one half of humanity represented by women.”


  • Posted: 04/30/2008
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.albertmohler.com

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Massachusetts: Adult zoning gets tentative OK

Pro-Life Group Accuses Kansas Judge of Involvement in Illegal Abortion Cover-Up

Conservative St. Thomas law students back dean in Planned Parenthood flap

How inclusive is the National Day of Prayer?

SC Senate approves crucifix license tag

Foreign Law and the First Amendment

Focus Shifts to Archbishop Wuerl; Washington Prelate on Hotseat on Pro-Abortion Politicians

    t the same time as praise and gratitude pours into the office of New York’s Cardinal Egan from the pro-life community for his firm statements on the necessity of denying Holy Communion to pro-abortion politicians, all eyes are now turning to Washington’s Archbishop Donald Wuerl who remains evasive after Senator John Kerry and other prominently pro-abortion Catholic politicians were photographed receiving the Eucharist at the Pope’s Mass.


  • Posted: 04/30/2008
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifesitenews.com

Tennessee House May Vote on Constitutional Abortion Amendment Thursday

    “SJR 127 simply places responsibility for abortion regulation back into the hands of Tennessee’s voters and their elected representatives instead of continuing to allow activist judges to determine the state’s abortion policy.”


  • Posted: 04/30/2008
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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Chinese slave children ‘sold like cabbages’

Unrest at University of Georgia Over Appearance by Clarence Thomas

“Norming”: America’s Interests, the Constitution, and the UN

Wisconsin School District Sued For Permitting Free Use of Buildings By Religious Groups

ADF attorney available to media after hearing in Wis. religious drawing lawsuit

Michigan: Judge in veil case to issue written ruling

President and 50 Governors Issue National Day of Prayer Proclamations

Florida abortion bill debate gets hypothetical

Sacramento public library system continues policy allowing porn viewing

NY: Religious-freedom group requests end to action against Acts

Homeschoolers in court: We’re constitutional

ADF attorneys appeal N.C. pro-life advocate’s free speech case

ADF ready to defend observance of National Day of Prayer

Florida abortion ultrasound bill fails on tie vote

Ellis Sandoz on the American Founding

    Moreover, all aspects of the political, constitutional, and philosophical debate were strongly conditioned by an ethics and ontology grounded in the ample range of religious convictions of an Ameri­can Protestant Christianity dominated by Dissenter or Nonconformist perspectives.


  • Posted: 04/30/2008
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: www.firstprinciplesjournal.com

High-Value Speech and the Basic Educational Mission of a Public School: Some Preliminary Thoughts

Pharmacists and the “Duty” to Dispense Emergency Contraceptives

Religion and State: An Ecclesiological Perspective

Sanctionable Conduct: How the Supreme Court Stealthily Opened the Schoolhouse Gate

“Marriage Amendments: Can Public Employers Offer Domestic Partner Benefits to Their Gay and Lesbian Employees?”

Tension Mounts Over U.S. Bench Vacancies