Robert Knight: Snuffing out children’s innocence

The young pro-life nurse who took on a pro-abortion university … and won

Fathers’ presence linked to enhanced intellect, well-being among children

Egyptian protesters pull down Israel embassy wall and flag

Muslim group wants Harper apology over ‘Islamicism’ remark

“Senior citizens are taking teenagers’ jobs”

ACLU Touts Drain on Public Coffers in Ten Commandments Cases: “Unsuccessful Bid to Promote Religion Costly for Counties”

Bluegrass Policy Blog: NOT doing charter schools right

German court rules Catholic institutions can enforce Church marriage laws

Pakistani Christian killed on pilgrimage

Church of Ireland Faces Split Over Civil Partnership*Bennison to Close Parishes

Muslims Blockade Christian Village in Egypt, Demand Demolition of Church

    AINA: Christians in the Upper Egyptian village of Elmarinab in Edfu, Aswan province, have been forbidden to leave their homes or buy food until they remove the dome of St. George’s Church, which was rebuilt in its previous location. Village Muslims, backed by Muslim Salafists from neighboring villages, have threatened to demolish the church on Friday September 9 after prayers and use it as a mosque.

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Why cohabitation is worse than divorce for kids

Shariah court in Nigeria orders 2 men be amputated for theft

Okla. anti-Shariah amendment heads to appeals court

Social Security IS a Pyramid Scheme: Chart reveals 42 workers per recipient in 1945 down to 2.9 in 2011

Catholic Church questions validity of Scottish Government’s consultation on marriage redefinition

TN: BlueCross’ push for the homosexual agenda incurs wrath of conservative group

Katie Pavlich: Well Mr. Romney, Social Security may be working, but it’s on the backs of young people being scammed

ADF: Will 2nd Circuit uphold right of NY town to allow prayer before public meetings?

Forgiving the Boomers for destroying the world

Holy smoke: check out the disparity in abortion rate between cohabiting and married couples

British MP urges government to force churches into same-sex unions

Mexican secretary of health opposes freezing embryos as country debates issue

Dirty, dangerous Louisiana abortion facility ordered closed again

NY: “Gay Marriages Frowned On by Some Immigrant Groups”

Leaked cables: Obama admin called Catholic Church source of spreading “homophobia” in Poland

Protestant Life Chain founder begs pastors to denounce contraception

Alabama Supreme Court says woman can sue over fetus death

U.S. Govt. Largest Population Control Promoter in Philippines

Missouri Senate Committee Backs Embryonic Stem Cell Research

John Aman: “Dominionist: The Sham Label on Christian Politicians”

Ron Paul’s Reaganesque foreign policy

    Jack Hunter at The Daily Caller: What Rand Paul describes is far closer to what his father believes than what most of today’s Republican hawks believe. It is also closer to Reagan’s actual foreign policy. Despite these examples, it would still be absurd to claim that Ron Paul’s foreign policy views are identical to Ronald Reagan’s. But it is far more absurd for Paul’s foreign policy critics to continue claiming Reagan’s legacy as their own.

  • Posted: 09/09/2011
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Report Surveys Indiana’s School Choice Programs

In Hungary, Public Schools Increasingly Being Turned Over To Churches

Chaplains push for uniform religious badges

Religious freedom under assault

Chile: Pro-family advocates rally to support embattled father

Attorney: Gov’t should stay out of church affairs

7th Circuit upholds public school graduation being held in rented space at a Christian Church

Robyn Hagan Cain: “Full Faith and Credit Easiest Path to Marriage Equality?”

GLAD: Lawyers should pledge to help homosexual partners undermine child custody rights of natural parents

Shock: 56% of Abortions in New York City are Repeat Abortions

America’s Economy Is Interwoven With Its Morality

    Christopher G. Adamo at WEBCommentary: The underlying theory is this: If a majority of Americans can agree to the premise that the economy is in dire straits and pull the appropriate levers at the ballot box on that basis alone, then the nation’s governance will surely shift decidedly right as a result, and those problems will certainly be addressed in a worthy manner at that point. But, once again, history and reality must be ignored in order for this fanciful construction of the upcoming election cycle to bear any pretext of credibility.

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WI: Are our justices bought and paid for?

Feisal Abdul Rauf: A Call to All Religious Moderates

Obama unveils $447B jobs bill

SC school district moves bus stop from strip club

Anglican churches, properties seized in Zimbabwe

Securities and Exchange Commission Bears Down on Fracking

Study: Unborn Babies Can Differentiate Touch, Pain in Womb A new study from England finds unborn children have the capacity to differentiate touch from pain in the womb and they are able to do so as early as 28-35 weeks into pregnancy. Other studies have shown unborn children can experience pain much earlier. Conducted by researchers at the University College London, the study found unborn children can feel pain around the 35th week of pregnancy.

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Senate Quietly Approves $500 Billion Increase in Borrowing Authority