Roman prostitutes were forced to kill their own children and bury them in mass graves at English ‘brothel’

Mississippi to put abortion in election spotlight

NY: New Abortion Method in Rochester Raising Concerns

Judge Refuses To Reconsider Murfreesboro Mosque Ruling

Cohabitation Debate at New York Times

UMSL Prof to Head American Psychological Association’s LGBT Division

The New York Times vs. Kansas on Sanctity of Life Issues

Canada warns of buying ‘fresh’ semen

Christian group urges Nepal not to outlaw conversion

UK: More children being treated for sexually transmitted infections

US article exposes trend to abort half a twin pregnancy

Unmarried? Living together? You’re breaking the law in Florida

Kansas Appeals Ruling Forcing it to Fund Planned Parenthood

MO: ACLU lawsuit waste of school resources

2 Maine judicial nominations announced

Video: Going Back to School with More Choice

“Gay-Funded Survey Claims Sea Change in Support of Same Sex Marriage”

HIV Porn Case: AHF to File Complaints with Federal & FL Health Officials against Producers

    MarketWatch: AHF officials will submit a health and safety complaint under Florida ‘Sanitary Nuisance’ statutes against Brazzers, the production company involved in the latest HIV case in the adult film industry; industry sources say male performer involved had worked directly with as many as a dozen female performers . . .

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Mother in critical condition, unborn baby dead at Melbourne abortion facility

Historic Polish ban on all abortions fails by razor-thin margin

Canada’s Evangelicals urge Toronto schools to uphold Catholic identity

Reaction to 15-year-old pedophile: ‘We’re breeding inhuman men’

Law grads take their job frustrations to court

Over 1,000 hairstylists commit to talk about abortion at their shops

Personal prison prepared for Chinese forced abortion opponent Chen

Obama Calls For Extension Of Gas Tax To Fund Highway Construction, Repair

India: “Sikh Marriage Act: Punjab sore over Centre’s decision to drop proposal”

OK: Marriage is not a game of perfect

Obama administration backs oil pipeline from Alberta to Texas

Study: U.S. child brides have more mental illness

TIME: Is Marriage for White People?

Texas Ultrasound Ruling Blasted by Perry, Pro-Life Groups

Idaho woman challenges abortion laws after prosecution

“State Rep. Deborah Mell has legal gay marriage in Iowa”

Laurence Tribe, Same Sex “Marriage” and Planets Alpha and Beta

    Robert John Araujo at Mirror of Justice: He does not identify the reasoning underlying these claims, but I wonder how he would consider this argument: Let us assume that two planets which have not yet been inhabited by humans are to be colonized by them; on Planet Alpha, heterosexual couples only are assigned; on Planet Beta, only homosexual couples. In one hundred years, will both islands be populated assuming that reproductive technologies are not available to either group? I suggest that Planet Alpha will be; but Planet Beta will not. Why? The basic answer is to be found in the biological complementarity of the heterosexual couple necessary for procreation that is absent in same-sex couple. This is a scientific argument, but perhaps it is, in Tribe’s estimation, counterfeit.

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Understanding Virginia’s New Abortion Clinic Regulations

Brian Raum: Who supports marriage? Depends on how you ask

Battle Over Prayer in Veterans’ Funerals – Slide Show

DE: “Prayer ban to be appealed”

David Gregory, Michele Bachmann And The Meaning Of Prayer I have no doubt that Meet The Press host David Gregory is a man of faith, but if his questioning of Michele Bachmann on a recent edition of the show was any indicator, he fits the description once offered by fellow Sunday host Bob Schieffer who unforgettably observed that there was a deep division in America between those who were merely religious and those who were religious “in a secular way.”

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Perry Promises to Name Pro-Life Advocate as Vice President

Obama to deliver jobs address to joint session of Congress

“Upcoming anti-abortion rights conference presupposes Roe v. Wade’s demise”

Erik Stanley: “A Page of History is Worth a Volume of Logic: The History of Politics from the Pulpit”

Missouri School In Historic Fight To Continue Censoring LGBT-Affirming Materials

Mississippians pooh-pooh prayer ban

Is it Unconstitutional for Schools to Block Lesbian and Gay Content From Computers?

Ex-Gang Members Forbidden From Sharing the Gospel With Latin Kings Gang

Decency Groups Warn of Trashy Fall TV Line-up

AP: “One-child policy a surprising boon for China girls”

Study: Are kids in Christian classes coming out less Christian?

    Education News: Study finds parochial, private, home education have startling effects on faith. A two-year study of graduates from Catholic, Protestant and home schools found the choice of private education, when compared to public education, had significant effects on the students’ academics, civics and faith – but not necessarily the effects one might expect . . . The Cardus Education Survey, a million-dollar study conducted by Cardus in a research partnership with the University of Notre Dame, analyzed both quantitative and qualitative research into the lives of nearly 2,500 American high school graduates between the ages of 24-39, measuring at least 43 different categories of academic, spiritual and civic life.

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Islamist Watch: “Gallup’s U.S. Muslim Survey: No Great Boon to Islamists”

John Stossel: “The Gay Marriage Debate”

Dutch probe uncovers hidden child porn sites in US

Judge rules on Obama’s Social Security number

    World Net Daily: Announcing it’s “not her lucky day,” a federal judge in Washington, D.C., has told an eligibility attorney he has dismissed her case demanding information from the Social Security Administration regarding President Obama’s Social Security number, sought because of suspicions it may be fraudulent.

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The American Muslim: “Gallup report on American Muslims Raises Important Questions”

Empower Parents: Restore the Constitution by Returning Educational Policy to the States

NY: Police arrest 15 at Playland in dispute over Muslim headwear

Legal Periodical: “Anti-Choice: When Having a Choice Dminishes Family Solidarity”