Tucson police make arrest in strip club killing

Washington: Federal judge rejects R-71 opponents’ bid to lift donor limit

“Maine’s pro-same sex marriage field leader outlines the path to victory”

MSU profs offer same-sex “marriage” solution: remote technology

MI: Holly parent sues school district over religious flier ban

Texas: Travis County could Spend $450,000 for Abortions; Refuses to Discuss with Citizens

Ariz. Supreme Court lets victory for children’s tuition program stand

Everyone welcome except churches, ADF sues Mich. school district

ADF attorneys ask U.S. Supreme Court to review Okla. Ten Commandments decision

Human trafficking ‘survivor’ to speak at Miami summit

Arizona Supreme Court: State School Choice Program Is Constitutional

Vote No On 3: From The Ohio Roundtable

Obama signs defense bill with hate crimes provision

7th Cir. oral argument in Roman Catholic Foundation v. Walsh

A “national standard” for obscenity?

“No men OR women needed: artificial sperm and eggs created for first time”

Baltimore: City proposal targets pregnancy clinics that lack abortion services

What crisis? China’s billionaires live it up

    Breitbart (AFP): “The Shanghai-based Hurun Report earlier this month published a list of the country’s 1,000 richest people — many of whom made their fortunes in real estate and the stock market, and 130 of whom are dollar-billionaires. The collective net worth of the 1,000 totalled 571 billion dollars by September 15 of this year — more than the entire gross domestic product of Indonesia or Belgium.”


  • Posted: 10/28/2009
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First day of abortion case in Belfast high court

Christians most numerous victims of religious freedom violations, archbishop tells U.N.

Heated battle in Maine’s marriage vote

NH lawmakers reject judicial power bills in divorce cases

Al Mohler: The Divorce Divide — A National Embarrassment

Administration is silencing voices for school choice

“67 Year-Old Grandma Interrogated and Threatened by Police over Gay Pride Complaint”

German Court fines British Bishop for holocaust denial on Swedish TV

Colombian high court rules Catholic hospitals must provide abortions

Methodists rebuke Soros on “hate speech” petition

ADF: New ‘hate crimes’ law drives another nail into First Amendment’s coffin

Court Says New Hampshire Town’s Zoning Refusal Violates RLUIPA

Kuwait High Court Rejects Challenge To Election of Women MPs Who Refuse To Wear Hijab

Signature Campaign Begins On California Anti-Divorce Amendment [Updated]

PA: Custody battle arises between father, stepfather

PA: Prayer, silence start many meetings

UK: Jewish school JFS refused to admit boy on religious grounds, court told

George Soros launches a $50 million effort to purge economics of its free-market zeal

    EducationNews.org: “This week Soros is gathering some of the leading practitioners of the market-skeptic school, who were marginalized during the era of ‘free-market fundamentalism,’ among them Nobelists Joseph Stiglitz, George Akerlof, Michael Spence, and Sir James Mirrlees. He’s also creating an ‘Institute for New Economic Thinking’ to make research grants, convene symposiums, and establish a journal, all in an effort to take back the economics profession from the champions of free-market zealotry.”


  • Posted: 10/28/2009
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: www.ednews.org

Newdow challenge to the Pledge of Allegiance moves from New Hampshire to Massachusetts

TN: Knox school officials say lawsuit unnecessary

Student at center of “no Bible at recess” case testifies

Origin of Species gets a facelift for 150th anniversary

St. Louis agrees to end ban on Christian handouts during “gay pride”

Evangelists target spiritually cold New England

    AP: “Dead churches are a familiar story in New England, which recent surveys indicate is now the least religious region in the country. But some see opportunity in a place where America’s Christian faith laid its roots.”


  • Posted: 10/28/2009
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The WellPoint Revelation: Private insurance premiums could triple under ObamaCare

    Wall Street Journal: “In all of the 14 states WellPoint scrutinized, ObamaCare would drive up premiums for the small businesses and individuals who are most of WellPoint’s customers . . . Young and healthy consumers will see the largest increases—their premiums would more than triple in some states—though average middle-class buyers will pay more too.”


  • Posted: 10/28/2009
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Germany: Lutheran Church elects 1st female leader

Wisconsin: “Unhealthy Youth Act” passes in Assembly Committee; hearing scheduled in Senate

Psychiatric Meds Can Bring on Rapid Weight Gain in Kids

“Opposite-Sex Marriage”?