Maggie Gallagher: Warning: Your Romance May Be Dangerous to Your Kids

AL: “Hoover High School reverses decision to ban pro-gay T-shirt”

Have the Constitutional protections for public prayer changed?

Hawaii: ACLU Wants Mandatory Public School Sex Ed

UK: Couples ‘falling out of love’ now main reason for divorce not infidelity

The Daily Tar Heel Letter to the Editor: Bible condemns homosexuality, not debatable

Is sin a Christian invention?

“Christians are confused about how to treat gays as leaders give conflicting messages about homosexuality”

    God Discussion: Christian writer Coleman says that so much is at stake in the debate about homosexuality that many Christians are unable to distinguish the sin form the sinner. While Christians are urged to “Hate the Sin, Not the Sinner,” the writer admits that Gay rights is a hot issue in politics which continues to dominate every election cycle because “growing acceptance of same-sex marriage and homosexuality is a direct threat to traditional Christian norms of sex and marriage.”

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Prostitute ‘tax meters’ imposed in Germany

Porn industry blasts condom campaign

David French: “Jay Sekulow: The Defense of Religious Liberty Is ‘Personal’”

MN carwash owner caves to homosexual demands for removal of Christian group’s literature

Judicial Watch: WH has ‘something to hide’ in failure to defend DOMA

NOM to John Stossel: What do you say to a man, who responds “so what” to fatherless or motherless kids

Chris Selley: Fetuses are less than human, but more than nothing

    Chris Selley at National Post: A recent article in The New York Times Magazine posed a disconcerting question: “What is it about terminating half a twin pregnancy that seems more controversial than reducing triplets to twins or aborting a single fetus? After all, the math is the same either way: one fewer fetus.” For precisely that reason, I had never even considered the idea. To me, it doesn’t “seem” more controversial at all.

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Group wants to put abortion ban on Ohio ballot

Justice Department Tougher On Abortion Protesters

TN: “Planned Parenthood gets $75,000 grant to fight syphilis”

Alabama latest state to impose abortion restrictions

Few U.S. ob-gyns provide abortions: study

Billable Hours Rise and Midlevel Associate Satisfaction Drops

With Proposed Law Change, China is Threatening to Legalize Repression

Law schools lure fewer students as jobs dry up

Abortion law reform plans criticised by women’s groups

Pro-family leader warns of effort to ‘sabotage’ crucial vote at Toronto Catholic school board

US bishops’ lawyers accuse Obama Administration of ‘an unprecedented attack on religious liberty’

Perry has plenty of ideas on Supreme Court, including term limits

Arizona Planned Parenthood Expands in Tucson After Closings

ID: Pro-Lifers Welcome First Fetal Pain Abortion Ban Lawsuit

Australia May Have Dangerous Abortion Drug Available Soon

NC: “Business mum on gay marriage”

“Young evangelical adults stand apart from elders on same-sex marriage”

“Majority of New Jerseyans Favors Gay Marriage but Shows More Support for Civil Unions as an Alternative, Rutgers Poll Finds”

“Court battle over lifting gay troop ban continues”

NC: Carborro symbolically passes resolution against DOMA

Iowa: “Gronstal vows block of gay marriage repeal vote”

Gas prices at record high for Labor Day

Legal Periodical: Navigating the Path of the Supreme Appointment

Legal Periodical: Consideration Regarding Natural Law in Common-Law Systems

Legal Periodical: “The Sounds of Silence: Law Clerks, Policy-Making and the Supreme Court of Canada”

Panel confirms Goodwin Liu to California Supreme Court

Only 4 Percent of NEA Dues Dollars Dedicated to Improve Teaching

Michael Barone: Obamacare and the Jurisprudence of Clarence Thomas

So What If School Choice Hurts Public Schools?

    Education News: As school choice ever-so-slowly reaches more communities, critics argue it hurts public schools. At first, one might find this complaint a bit odd. If McDonald’s makes a better burger, causing more people to eat their food, what grounds does Burger King have to complain, “Food choice hurts Burger King”? Most people would say, “Well, then, get your customers back by improving your product!”

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End Child Pornography: Enforce Adult Pornography Laws

Ann Coulter: Liberals’ View of Darwin Unable to Evolve

Candidates for Missouri Supreme Court face public questioning

Admitting Clarence Thomas’ genius The nightmare appears in last week’s issue, in Jeffrey Toobin’s lengthy article on Supreme Court jurisprudence, titled “Partners” and subtitled “Will Clarence and Virginia Thomas succeed in killing Obama’s health-care plan?” It’s possible to read the article as a partisan hit, but the bulk of it is worthy of attention because Toobin, despite his obvious distaste for Justice Thomas’ views, takes him seriously as a judicial thinker and pathfinder.

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MS: FFRF protests distribution of Gideon bibles at DeSoto schools, calles them “religious predators”

NY: Court Orders No Town Board Saturday Discussion of Land Use Issue Impacting Jewish Group

Professor Files Suit to Correct His Record

Abortion Increases Risk of Women’s Mental Health Problems 81%

David French: I’m a Dominionist? I Had No Idea

ACLU Sues MO School District Over Web Sex Filter

FEMA’S use of term ‘federal family’ for government expands under Obama

    Palm Beach Post: Don’t think of it as the federal government but as your “federal family.” In a Category 4 torrent of official communications during the approach and aftermath of Hurricane Irene, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has repeatedly used the phrase “federal family” when describing the Obama administration’s response to the storm.

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Legal Periodical: Electoral Reform in Clarence Thomas’s America

    Langvardt, Kyle, Electoral Reform in Clarence Thomas’s America (February 1, 2011). Alabama Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review, December 2011. Available at SSRN: The Supreme Court held in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission that nearly all impediments …

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