Maryland House Judiciary narrowly passes marriage redefinition bill

Why Europe is turning away from multiculturalism

Archbishop Chaput: ‘Become martyrs’ in building a Culture of Life

Tenacious Tea Partiers and Pro-Lifers keep pressure on House GOP

    CNN: “But he might also need to compromise — and that’s going to be a tough sell to Republican freshmen and other conservatives who didn’t think cuts in the plan passed earlier went deep enough. They’re also standing firm on policy changes in the House-passed bill, such as defunding health care and stripping all federal money from Planned Parenthood.”


  • Posted: 03/04/2011
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Nebraska Abortion Insurance Bill Moves Forward

Democrats Invoke ‘Women’s Rights’ In Forcing Americans to Fund Abortion

Senate CR funds healthcare reform, Planned Parenthood

Colombian senator proposes amendment to prohibit abortion

Media targets Kochs, but little mention of George Soros

    Dan Gainor writes at Fox News: “The Kochs openly support things they believe in – especially free markets and limited government. To media types, those beliefs are suspect or even audacious. To the left, they’re criminal or anti-American. Both groups claim to question everything.
    Everything, that is, except who funds the left. When that gets mentioned, there is either complete silence or cries of conspiracy at the mere mention of the name George Soros. Yet Soros has given billions around the globe for decades to push his own beliefs. His impact on liberal politics here in the U.S. is unparalleled. ”


  • Posted: 03/04/2011
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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24 states consider AZ style immigration law

    ABC: “The mere fact that Arizona law has sprung up in over 24 other states within a few months of passage, I believe, is historic,” said William Gheen, president and spokesman of Americans for Legal Immigration, a group that supports stricter immigration laws.


  • Posted: 03/04/2011
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“Same-sex marriage isn’t the threat to African American families”

OR lawmakers consider funeral buffer zones

Boehner issues statement on DOMA defense

Wyoming: Two GOP Senators kill marriage legislation

Daniels’s ‘Truce’ Call Finds Strong Support in WSJ Poll

At Christian lawmaker’s funeral, Pakistan’s PM mum on blasphemy law

Busting the Birth-Control Myth

Idaho Senate bill seeks ban on abortion after 20 weeks

Pastor’s pro-life prayer at Iowa legislature raises “questions”

David French: “Good News for Our Culture: ROTC Back at Harvard”

Republicans dismiss White House budget offer

Congress deluged with conflicting calls on Planned Parenthood funding

Texas approves bill requiring sonogram before abortion

La. child molester undergoes castration for parole

Top conservative group suspects collusion between Obama, DOMA opponents

Pro-Life Legal Group Now Helping Parents of Baby Joseph

Obama Would Veto Spending Bill De-Funding Planned Parenthood

Unions wary of Dems’ convention plans in NC

Federal spending expected to increase dramatically from 24.6% of GDP in 2010

    NCPA Policy Digest: “In fiscal year 2010, the federal government spent $3.6 trillion dollars, or 24.6 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), well above the historical average . . . at its current trajectory, spending will increase to 25.9 percent of GDP in 2020 and to 32.2 percent in 2030. The harsh reality is that if the country does not deviate from its current path, the majority of future federal spending will finance the spending of the past. ”


  • Posted: 03/04/2011
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Judicial nominee logjam creates ‘crisis’ in some federal courts

“Clashes Pit Parents vs. Gay-Friendly Curriculums in Schools”

Obama won’t fight for marriage defence law

European Court Could Rule Traditional Marriage Benefits Are Discriminatory

German mother in prison over sex ed issue

U.S. appeals court: schools cannot ‘stifle criticism of homosexuality’

Impatience a hallmark of homosexual activists

Court OK with ‘Be Happy, Not Gay’

SD Gov. Daugaard on abortion bill: ‘I’m pro-life, inclined to sign it

David Cortman: Saving Arizona’s tuition tax credit program

MN: Former Shakopee prison chaplain settles lawsuit with state

Secular-themed concert at Fort Bragg canceled

Indonesian Provinces Place New Restrictions on Ahmadiyah

Florida judge hardens Obamacare ruling, but stays pending appeal

NJ: Protesters Suspended for Calling Out Sick

The Buckeye Union Lesson: Ohio shows the way in a pivotal fight on behalf of taxpayers

    Wall Street Journal (full text access via Google): “Wisconsin’s donnybrook pitting taxpayers against public-sector unions and their Democratic clients continues to unfold, but it looks as if Ohio may now pass an even more ambitious agenda. There are some lessons here for the GOP, namely about political resolve, which is the only way to modernize government amid opposition from the usual pro-spending constituencies.”


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Richard Land: Americans Don’t Want a ‘Truce’ on Social Issues

    Richard Land writes at the Wall Street Journal: There once was a promising Republican presidential candidate known for being an economic guru and master of the numbers: Sen. Phil Gramm. At one point in 1996, he had raised more money than any other candidate. Like Gov. Daniels, Sen. Gramm had a sterling social conservative voting record and his lack of telegenic charisma was seen as an advantage, in contrast to President Clinton’s slick persona. But Sen. Gramm’s candidacy went down in flames after he dismissed a question about social issues by saying: “I’m not running for preacher, I’m running for president.”


  • Posted: 03/04/2011
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: online.wsj.com

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