Was the FDA’s ESCR Human Trial Approval Political Rather Than Scientific?

President Obama Sets Stage for Blacklisting of Non-Union Employees Wanting to Work on Federal Contracts

Specter to Obama: Renominate

MN: Zumbro Falls asks court to close Pussycat Cabaret

Lawsuit Filed for Baby Born Alive at Abortion Clinic then Killed and Hidden from Police

Texas science debate ends in split decision

Lesbians File Human Rights Complaint against Canadian Physician

    Two lesbians, who are legally “married” in Canada, have filed a complaint against Dr. Kamelia Elias . . . alleging she discriminated against them for suggesting they find a physician who has experience with homosexuals . . .


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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NY: Sunset Park porn shops in scandal

Michael Steele to assume GOP Chairmanship

    AP: “Michael Steele was elected Republican National Committee chairman on Friday, defeating the incumbent party chief and three other challengers over six rounds of voting to become the first black to lead the GOP . . . ” This post …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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Log Cabins at issue in RNC chair race

    Ben Smith writes on Politico: I noted earlier today that one of the candidates for chairman of the Republican National Committee, Saul Anuzis, had circulated news of gay support for one of his rivals, Michael Steele, to a prominent social …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Source: www.politico.com

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Georgia: Starship owner says new ordinances do not apply

Senate Republicans May Use Filibuster to Block “Stimulus”

    CNSNews: “Republican senators who oppose the $819 billion economic stimulus plan passed in the House Wednesday declined to say whether they personally would lead a filibuster to try to stop the legislation in the Senate. But they said a filibuster …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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UW says it won’t profit from late-term abortions

What’s Left of the Constitution? Abortion and Rights of Conscience

Massachusetts: Mendon removes SOB licensing suit to federal court

Ohio: Village updates sex shop regs

Lawsuit challenges Clinton eligibility

    WorldNetDaily: A State Department employee has filed a lawsuit today in federal court against newly sworn-in Secretary of State Hillary Clinton claiming she is constitutionally ineligible to serve. Judicial Watch, a public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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Several civil union and marriage bills pending in NH

Civil Unions a Minefield for Obama

Congressional Democrats Want Limbaugh to Quiet Down

    Citizen Link: The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched an online petition to express its outrage after conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh attacked the president’s liberal policies . . . Mike Johnson, senior legal counsel for the Alliance Defense Fund, …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Source: www.citizenlink.org

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Massachusetts RMV changes driver’s license “gender markers”

Solicitor General flimflam: Elena Kagan is anti-military zealot

Pope decries pessimism about marriage

    AP: . . . The pope says that granting too many annulments on the grounds of “psychological incapacity” risks giving people the pessimistic impression that marriage is almost impossible . . . According to Vatican statistics, the Holy See estimated …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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State of the States: Importance of Religion

    Gallup: “An analysis of more than 350,000 interviews conducted by Gallup in 2008 finds Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Arkansas to be the most religious states in the nation. Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts are the least …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Source: www.gallup.com

Gang of 14 may hold up so-called “stimulus” bill

    Fox News: An influential Senate Democrat said Friday that it’s unclear whether President Obama’s $819 economic stimulus bill will win enough support to pass in the Senate. “I don’t even know how many Democrats will vote for it, as it …


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  • Source: www.foxnews.com

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Darwin Day Proposal Creates Controversy In Ohio City

Comments on the Alliance Alert

    We welcome comments on the Alliance Alert and we do post opposing opinions.  But, comments should offer insight(s) that further discussion and are relevant to the topic at hand. Comments should also include proper grammar and spelling. Comments that lack …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Category: ADF in the News

New Ledbetter Act impacts Title VII religious discrimination claims

Senate Rejects Helping Unborn Children, Prenant Moms Get Health Care Coverage

    LifeNews: “During the Bush administration, President Bush displayed his concern for both mother and unborn child by putting an administrative rule in place allowing states to cover unborn children in the SCHIP program. On Thursday, the Senate rejected an amendment …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life

Judge rules R.I. law restricting billboards unconstitutional

Australia: Father accused of killing child had just reached custody agreement

    The International Herald Tribune: “An Australian man accused of throwing his 4-year-old daughter from a bridge, horrifying commuters caught in rush hour traffic, was a devoted father who had just reached a shared custody arrangement with his estranged wife, his …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Category: Global
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  • Source: www.iht.com

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Pro-life rally against stealth U. of Wisconsin abortion plan

Judges threatens natural mom in child custody dispute with former lesbian partner

Frank Pastore: Welcome to the Brave New World

    So, according to the person third in line for the presidency, spending money on contraception is a good economic stimulus . . . And you thought Aldous Huxley was writing science fiction. Welcome to the Brave New World.


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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Pro-life doctors protected by law…for now

Self marketing is key

    The National Law Journal: “Young attorneys are often led to the field of law because of a seductive proposition: You can do anything with a law degree. Unfortunately, a law degree does not even guarantee an opportunity in law, let …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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  • Source: www.law.com

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Senate passes health insurance bill for children; increases spending by $32.8B

    Washington Post: “The Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation yesterday to provide health insurance to 11 million low-income children, a bill that would for the first time spend federal money to cover children and pregnant women who are legal immigrants . . …


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.washingtonpost.com

Republicans seek new chairman to lead revival

    AP: “Republicans are looking for a national party chairman to lead a GOP rebirth after losing control of Congress and the White House in back-to-back elections . . . “


  • Posted: 01/30/2009
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Judge: Prop 8 donors must be public