Boston Catholic schools to accept kids of same-sex “parents”

Alberta Archdiocese: School funding can’t come from gambling

Mike Pence not running for President, governor bid likely

American Legion: Four Chaplains memorial services, Feb. 6

Hawaii lawmakers want release of Obama birth info

Obama picks pro-abortion activist to lead Global Health Initiative

Obama picks Carney for press secretary

Ontario party: Human rights commission moving to “take over” education, threatens homeschooling

Egypt protests widen, toll rises to six

Report recommends Michigan court system overhaul

    Detroit News: “A lawyers’ task force on Wednesday issued a report urging a systemwide overhaul that includes reducing the number of judges, consolidating and modernizing court operations. The report echoes a call for deep cuts in the state’s court system issued this month by the Michigan Supreme Court’s new chief justice, Robert Young Jr.”


  • Posted: 01/27/2011
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Rep. Ron Paul mulls Senate bid

Wyoming: Marriage bill splits delegation

IL: School board OKs new charter schools for 6,000 kids

Border authorities arrest controversial Muslim cleric east of San Diego

Michael J. New: More misleading research about the mental-health consequences of abortion

Fr. Frank Pavone: What disease does abortion cure?

Erik Stanley: Does ADF believe the Constitution contains a “separation of church and state?”

University of Michigan’s campus ban reviewed after 2,000 are restricted

Is Georgia DHS burying abortion numbers?

Feds estimate deportation costs $12,500 per person

High revenue keeps porn available in hotels

    OneNewsNow: “‘It is undoubtedly true that people who travel with laptops use that means for getting pornography, more so than they would to get a pay-per-view channel on television. So there is likely a decline in the revenue from pornography,’ he agrees. ‘But we believe that revenue is still very high, and it’s likely very profitable for Marriott, or they would just drop it from all hotels.’”


  • Posted: 01/27/2011
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“The GOP’s quiet evolution on gay rights”

Maryland State Board of Physicians formally charges Utah abortionist

Military to unveil homosexual indoctrination plan

Homeschool Freedom Act introduced in New Hampshire

US military to end “gay ban” this year: Gates

Defense of Marriage Act in trouble?

Army bills Lt Choi $2,500 for DADT discharge

Ireland: Father removes son from school over prayers

UK: Somerset council turns down church grant bid for children’s group

Evolution sparks controversy in Turkish schools

33% of GOP voters hope Palin isn’t 2012 nominee

    Rasmussen Reports: “A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 81% of Likely GOP Primary Voters have a favorable opinion of Mitt Romney, former governor of Massachusetts and an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008. Seventy-nine percent (79%) share a favorable opinion of Palin, the party’s 2008 vice presidential nominee, and 77% express positive feelings about another 2008 contender, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.”


  • Posted: 01/27/2011
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Video: Too religious to home-school?

UK: Church volunteer status saved by court decision

University of Kansas denies claim that race, religion led to firing

Abortion, attorney’s fee on agenda for Arkansas Legislature

MO measure addresses academic freedom, evolution

PA: Lawsuit filed against evolution

UK: Former cabinet minister warns of “secular theocracy”

Michigan commission OKs benefits for domestic partners

Christianity the last bastion against European secularist “totalitarianism”: Austrian think tank

Liberty Counsel files brief in support of DOMA in Massachusetts case

Practicing Muslims will very soon overtake weekly churchgoers in Britain

AR: “In God We Trust” to be displayed at Branson City Hall

U.S. must compete with China in the classroom

Grocery store un-censors Elton John’s baby picture

Muslim population growth outpaces non-Muslims: study

Will charter schools cure America’s blues?

Afghan Christians live in fear of jail, exile, or worse

Somali Islamic militant group recruiting Canadian youth

Sudan mulls Islamic law after southern secession

Idaho could expand sexual orientation discrimination law

Irish opposition leader promises to legalize abortion on demand

Obama Admin lobbies faith leaders for pro-abortion Obamacare

The secret is out about law schools

A world map of Islam: Resources for a new survey of Muslims

Dems seek to make VA “gay friendly”

Victor Davis Hanson: The loud passing of the old order

    Victor Davis Hanson writing at Townhall: “American reality has been turned upside down in just 20 years . . . In response to this topsy-turvy world, the traditional media, tenured professors, well-paid public employees, rigid ethnic and racial lobbies, unions, organized retirees, open-borders advocates and entrenched politicians all are understandably claiming that we live in an uncivil age. We well may, but we also are seeing the waning of an old established order. And the resulting furor suggests that the old beneficiaries are not going quietly into that good night.”


  • Posted: 01/27/2011
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Prize Finance panel seat could be Coburn’s

Republican Party unity cracks over raising $14.3 trillion debt ceiling

    The Hill: “The bill is the latest indication that some Republicans are digging in their heels on the debt vote despite stern warnings from the Obama administration that failing to raise the ceiling would be disastrous for the country. It also signals a widening rift with GOP leaders who have suggested Republicans will ultimately have no choice but to approve the debt increase.”


  • Posted: 01/27/2011
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  • Source: thehill.com

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House votes to end publicly financed presidential campaigns

Women raising 4 kids together for years press case to redefine marriage in France

Belmont changes policy after “gay” coach protest

CA: New bill would require LGBT indoctrination for elementary-age students

Treasury to adjust borrowing as debt limit nears

Spain urged to probe alleged baby trafficking

Milan offers Italy’s 1st “gay studies” course

Mother’s religious beliefs lead to award of health care decision making to father

Canada: Data supports hard truth about brides in Bountiful

Hawaii senators hold prayer despite vote to end it

Senate Democrats drop campaign to limit filibuster

Canada: Wife not worried about polygamous husband’s “responsible” 15-year-old bride

VA: Sides prepare for battle that may not be fought over Ten Commandments in Giles Co.

Closed door Wisconsin Supreme Court meeting riles some justices

    Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel: “State Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley said a majority on the court pushed for changing court rules behind closed doors, breaking with a decade-long tradition of debating court rules in public meetings. Bradley said she opposed holding recent talks in private and she and two other justices refused to participate in discussions over court finances because it wasn’t being done in public.”


  • Posted: 01/27/2011
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  • Source: www.jsonline.com

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