Costa Rica ignores enormous international pressure and keeps IVF ban

“Analysis of Dangerous Hungarian Religion Law”

Kan. sets new abortion rules quickly

Barack Obama and Pentagon split on Afghanistan pullout

New York ‘gay marriage’ bill faces decision time

Pakistan: Christians demonstrate, call for Anglican pastor’s release

No worship allowed: Appellate Court Bars Renting Public School Space to Church for Religious ‘Worship Services’

EU Court of Justices wants 12 more judges

Salafi Muslims’ Agenda behind Christian Persecution in Egypt

Minnesota Planned Parenthood to Close Six Locations in August

Egypt may relax restrictions on building churches

Civil union bill languishes in RI legislature

“Polygamy A Fact Of Life In Kazakhstan”

‘Euthanasia means killing someone’: Sydney Cardinal issues blunt pro-life challenge

‘Europe is dying’ U.S. population expert tells Senate hearing

A twist in Obama’s health care law means free insurance for millions

    Yahoo! News: President Barack Obama’s health care law would let several million middle-class people get nearly free insurance meant for the poor, a twist government number crunchers say they discovered only after the complex bill was signed.

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D.C. strip club draws emergency calls

Why Same-Sex Marriage Poses Greater Threat to Society Than You Think

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ally forced to resign as pressure grows on Iran president

“USDA gay-sensitivity training seeks larger audience”

Boeing union files ethics complaint against Sen. Graham

Imitation Marriages Challenged in Wisconsin

N.Y. marriage showdown likely on Wednesday

NYT: “Living the Good Lie: Therapists Who Help People Stay In the Closet”

    Mimi Swartz at the Some gay evangelicals truly believe that to follow their sexual orientation means abandonment by a church that provides them with emotional and social sustenance — not to mention eternal damnation. Keeping their sexual orientation a secret, however, means giving up any opportunity to have fulfilling relationships as gay men and women. “When these clash, what do you do?” . . . It wasn’t until around 2004 that Flanigan found an answer, one that was given legitimacy by the American Psychological Association (A.P.A.) five years later and one that complicated the conventional wisdom about sexual identity and sexual orientation.

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“Voters approve Liechtenstein gay partnership law” “Etiquette Expert: ‘Our son has two moms, but his class is making Father’s Day cards – how should we help?”

“Police Protect Gay Pride Rallies Across Balkans”

“Obama’s gay marriage conundrum”

China: Directors lash film censorship

New NLRB rule would speed up union votes

Planned Parenthood to close clinics in face of new Indiana anti-abortion law

Spain violating conscience rights of health care workers on abortion

Evangelicals Rebuke Trevor Phillips for ‘Patronizing’ Analysis of Christianity

“Google Puts Rainbow Next To GLBT Searches To Support Gay Pride Month”

House approves FDA appropriations bill with telemed abortion funding ban

No Child Left Behind: Secretary Duncan’s plan to circumvent Congress

North Carolina Sends Choose Life Plate to Governor Perdue

Gingrich Also Hits Romney on Not Signing Pro-Life Pledge

“Jon Huntsman Jr. seeks support from gays”

Supreme Court Limits Public-Employee Grievance Rights

Opinion analysis: Public Employee Grievances and Limits on the “Petition Clause”

Break-Away Presbyterian Church In Missouri Can Keep Its Property

Court Says First Amendment Precludes Jurisdiction Over Suit For Injuries During Healing Service

Thomas Sowell: The Missing Money

World Health Organization urges decriminalization of homosexual activities

AU, Allied Groups Urge Obama To Discriminate Against Faith Based Organizations in Federal Contracting Policies

NAACP Denounces Pro-Life Billboards Decrying Black Abortions

ACLU and Americans United Sue to Block Colo. School Vouchers

The Chinese Awakening

Alan E. Sears: Culture of death silences opposition in New York

NJ Appeals Court: Adoption doesn’t preclude visitation by natural grandparents

The War Against Girls: Since the late 1970s, 163 million female babies have been aborted by parents seeking sons