Graduations at Cherokee megachurch despite suit threat

Brazil sex education material suspended due to homosexual content

NC: New bills in state legislature seek to constitutionally define marriage

Turkish counselor advocates polygamy

NH Senate passes abortion notification bill

Group plans Las Vegas convention for active-duty “gay troops”

TN: Sen. Stacey Campfield says he will ask Gov. Haslam to defund Planned Parenthood

Phoenix woman refuses abortion, gives birth to baby carried outside womb

U.S. House unanimously approves new chaplain

ACLU files suit to stop Indiana E-Verify law

House: Obamacare Can’t Fund Abortion Training for Med Students

Minnesota Gov Vetoes 20-Week Abortion Ban, Taxpayer Funding Ban

TX: Rick Perry Signs Mandatory Sonogram Bill, Center for Reproductive Rights Retaliates

Center for Reproductive Rights Opens New Regional Office in Colombia | Center for Reproductive Rights

Canada: Burnaby’s policy on homophobic bullying meets opposition from parents

“Did CA same-sex marriage foes undermine own case?”

Kentucky court says fathers of children conceived during affairs have parental rights

Arizona to sue to clarify medical marijuana act

Identity of 11th Circuit panel in Obamacare challenge revealed

CA: Santa Monica May Be Next City To Place Circumcision Ban On Ballot

TX: ‘Divorce’ debate taken to state’s high court

Gov’t lying about abortion funding?

Germany: Politician faces legal action for mosque ‘game’

In Senate, Eye-For-An-Eye Filibuster Stops Democratic Nominee

Senator Vitter blocks Salazar $20K pay hike in drilling battle

    AP: At issue is a move by oil state Sen. David Vitter, R-La., to not only block the almost $20,000 raise for Salazar last week but then offer to allow the raise to go forward if the Interior Department issues six new deepwater permits a month.

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FRC, Rep. Randy Forbes, Pastors from across the country to hold Capitol Hill News Conference on Defense Authorization Act

Nearly Half of Americans Are “Financially Fragile”

Public-Sector Unionism: A Review

    NCPA Policy Digest: The shift in American labor unionism from a private to a public sector movement has been described as a structural break in American labor unionism with implications not for the profitability of firms but for the solvency of governments, says Eileen Norcross, a senior research fellow with the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

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German Catholics call for reform, many leaving

Virginia Town Denies Church Permit to Start School for Disabled Children – Charisma

‘Clean’ vote on debt limit set to trap Dems

Kevin Jennings Leaving Education Department to Head “Be The Change”

    Metro Weekly: The Be the Change nonprofit announced today that Kevin Jennings, currently serving in the Obama administration’s Education Department as the assistant deputy secretary and the head of the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools, will be leaving that role this summer to become the new president and CEO of Be the Change.

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Shelby Steele: Obama’s Unspoken Re-Election Edge

Pro-Life Groups: Boycott Pepsi for Using Aborted Fetal Cell Lines

Britain reaffirms its ban on Michael Savage

Vermont: Missionary pleads not guilty to helping natural mom take child from former lesbian partner

LA Times: The Supreme Court justices should follow the highest ethical standards

Obama Appeals Court Nominee Hides Pro-Abortion Views in Hearing

Saving the American Dream by Cutting Debt, Taxes and Spending

Steven Aden: Planned Parenthood Picks Your Pocket to Slaughter Innocents

“Chaplain Agencies Seek Conscience Protections in Military Amid Pro-Gay Moves”

Military Chaplains Seek Protection for Troops Who Oppose Homosexuality

    Charisma: “Service members should not be denied the very constitutional liberties they volunteered to defend,” Daniel Blomberg, legal counsel for the ADF, said. “If this government truly cares about protecting religious liberties as it says it does, why has it been afraid to put it in writing?” “We strongly encourage the adoption of broad, clear, and strong protections for conscience,” the letter states. “Service members should know that chaplains’ ministry and their own rights of conscience remain protected everywhere military necessity has placed them.”

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ADF calls for release of Christian leaders in Belarus imprisoned for peaceful speech

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