Second House Committee OKs Ban on Taxpayer Funded Abortions

‘Anti-Islam’ debate on secularism has France in an uproar

Huffington Post: GOP spending cuts threaten international abortions

11th Circuit panel to hear Obamacare challenge, en banc review denied

400-year-old King James Bible found in English church

China may drop one-child policy, but coercive abortion likely would continue

No decision yet in RI church and state case over park usage

Canada: Christian Legal Fellowship to Show Law Against Polygamy/Polyamory Consistent with Charter

Australia: Christian schools seek full public funding

Decision on Lenin’s body needs to be made

Third abortion bill passes Kansas House

Public unions demonstrate against NH spending cuts and curbs on collective bargaining

Is Washington Planned Parenthood Hiring Unlicensed Nurses?

GOP says 5,000 non-citizens voting in Colorado a ‘wake-up call’ for states

More U.S. teens using oral contraceptives, study says

FRC Praises House Committee for Passing ‘No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act,’ Urges Floor Action

“Ex-CDC counselor in legal fight over gay woman”

WI: Union threatens boycott of any business that doesn’t show support

WI judge declares union law “not in effect”, Gov. will go along

    NewsOK.com: “Department of Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch said Thursday that the Republican governor’s administration still believes the law took effect when a state office posted online last week. But he says Walker will abide by Dane County Circuit Judge Maryann Sumi’s ruling earlier Thursday that the law hadn’t taken effect.”


  • Posted: 03/31/2011
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  • Category: Bench & Bar
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Comedians Bare The Truth on Sexual Abuse in the Catholic Church

India’s population hits 1.21 billion, boy/girl ratio is cause for grave concern

Trump suggests Obama’s birth certificate lists religion as “Muslim”

“Report: Study of gay, transgender health needed”

    AP: “This is a scientific report, not an advocacy report,” said Dr. Robert Graham, professor of family medicine at the University of Cincinnati. “Whatever your politics, as long as you accept the premise that every American ought to have the opportunity for the same health status and the same degree of health, then you really have to understand what the different influences are that may keep certain populations away from having that opportunity.”


  • Posted: 03/31/2011
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Philippines: Some Christian churches back reproductive health bill

Abortion Prominent in Agenda for UN Population Commission

Arkansas House Defeats Bill to License Abortion Centers

Drop in U.S. birth rate is the biggest in 30 years

Vietnam steps up repression of Christian group

MN: Inver Grove Heights, Blaine charter school TiZA and ACLU tussle over trial

“Gay rights” activists at Brown University attack traditional marriage group, Google censors Youtube video

Bus System Barred (at Least Temporarily) from Excluding “Leaving Islam?” Ad

Solicitor General Nominee Verrilli Grilled on DOMA Defense

Court Agrees University Could Not Reasonably Accommodate Program Coordinator’s Sabbath Needs

Suit In Lebanon Attacks Politician For Criticizing Veiled Muslim Women

In Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program, Anti-Union Views Are Not Religious Beliefs

Civil rights, marriage should be extended to all

Civil union bill clears Del. Senate panel

‘Death panels already in place’

Ruling favors free speech, religion on school grounds

Malaysia Christians to preserve ‘defaced’ Bibles

Democrats lack a heavy hitter against Mass. Sen. Brown

Komen Planned Parenthood Grants Questioned After Mammogram Expose’

House passes DC school voucher bill

Hustler fined $14K for not using condoms in porn

Pornography-Front Group Asks Congress to Choose Between Families and Pornography

    Christian Newswire: A former leader of U.S. Department of Justice prosecutions against the porn industry today dispelled claims by a front group for that industry that they do not distribute illegal material . . . “Nothing could be further from the truth,” said Patrick Trueman, CEO of Morality in Media and former chief of the U.S. Department of Justice Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Criminal Division.


  • Posted: 03/31/2011
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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  • Source: www.christiannewswire.com

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Ohio gov. to sign bill limiting union bargaining

Guess the Largest Contributor in November Elections

“Themed” Charter Schools in New Jersey Draw Criticism

Twelve states consider gold and silver coinage, two have already approved it: Feds crack down on private coiners

Heritage Foundation: An Opportunity to Throw Kids A Lifeline

Public Unions: Is California Next?

Entitlements Are Bankrupting the Federal Government

    NCPA Policy Digest: The U.S. government is about to exceed its statutory debt limit of $14.3 trillion. But that actually underestimates the size of the fiscal time bomb that this country is facing. If one considers the unfunded liabilities of programs such as Medicare and Social Security, the true national debt could run as high as $119.5 trillion, says Michael D. Tanner, a senior fellow with the Cato Institute.


  • Posted: 03/31/2011
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  • Category: Miscellaneous
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