Growing secularism seen as greatest threat facing health care workers

Pulpit Freedom Sunday Clarifies the Need for Clarity | OMB Watch

Arizona Abortions Drop 30% After Pro-Life Law Takes Effect

Kansas Judge Lets Clinic Join Planned Parenthood Lawsuit

Poll: NC marriage amend. up, 61-34 percent

A top Senate Dem says Iran plot may be act of war

‘Insane’ even by Illinois standards? Union official to get annual $500,000 in pensions

    MSNBC.com: The Chicago Tribune and WGN-TV, which obtained information about union pension benefits during a joint investigation, said at least eight union officials in Chicago were eligible for what were described as inflated city pensions on top of union pensions for the same period of employment.


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Abolish the Human Rights Act NOW Cameron! Events in Ukraine give us no choice

European Court Opinion: U.S. Airlines Must Buy Carbon Allowances

CA: Catholics Oppose New Law Allowing Kids’ Vaccines Without Parental Permission

Harvard: Discrimination Against Pro-Lifers

NM: Undercover calls reveal Medicaid covering $9,000 late-term abortions

MS: Lord’s Prayer recited at Friday’s football game

Fewer abortions performed in Arizona with implementation of new state restrictions

Birth dearth: over 60 million fewer children in developed world than in 1965

“Efforts to Stop Gay History Curriculum Fall Short”

Egypt’s military denies any responsibility in deaths of 17 Christians

Abortion, Divorce and “Same-Sex Marriage”: No Blood, No Foul?

LA Times: “Marine recruiters reach out at gay pride event in Pasadena”

NYT: “Same-Sex Marriage in Portugal”

“San Diego considers an openly gay GOP mayor”

“House Armed Services chairman: No compromises on gay marriage, detainees”

TIME: “Poland Poised to Elect Its First Transsexual Parliamentarian”

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett Unveils Major School Choice Expansions

U.K. making porn less accessible

Muslim mob attacks Christians in Pakistan leaving 1 dead, 20 injured

Ireland bows to UN recommendations on contraception, same-sex unions, religious hiring

Not a Single Christian Church Left in Afghanistan, Says State Department

Iranian Supreme Court returns Pastor Nadarkhani’s case to lower court

Family Policy Council of West Virginia: Bullying

NC Letter to the Editor: Protecting marriage now up to the people

Long-running marriages become rare but no less special

Rebecca Hagelin: Supermom is Stressed Out!

    Rebecca Hagelin at Townhall : A new study by researchers at the University of Washington found that “supermoms” (women who project the image—and believe the myth—that they can juggle children, home, husband, career and volunteer work with perfection) end up more depressed than other moms.


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Pakistan: Divorce remains sticking point in Hindu Marriage Act

“Rethinking marriage in the new economy”

“Gay marriage ‘a danger’ to Scotland says ex-SNP chief”

Scrapping forced marriage law is “unwise” says Supreme Court judge

Gov. Rick Snyder signs late-term abortion ban

Abortion-funding battle to heat up again this week in Congress

UK: Retiring Supreme Court president defends human rights

Clarence Thomas’ Influence On The Supreme Court : NPR

“Anti-gay proselytizer takes aim at Canada’s hate laws in landmark case”

2 Amish Men Fined For Refusing To Use Safety Emblem

Payback? Obama drops grant to Catholic bishops for human trafficking victims

Illinois: Mosque controversies prompt zoning change in DuPage

Leaked cable: Japanese refused Obama apology for use of atomic bombs in WW II

ProLifers push fetal heartbeat bills in states

U.S. Supreme Court OKs Moment of Silence in Illinois Schools

UK’s Cameron seeks deal on royal succession reform

VA: “Giles County School Board seeks to unmask plaintiffs in Ten Commandments case”

100 Members of Congress Tell Obama: De-Fund Pro-Abortion UNFPA

Small Church Asks Supreme Court a Big Question: Can Churches Worship in Public Schools?

State sovereignty reigns in ‘gay’ adoption case

Issa subpoenas Holder, Justice for ‘Fast and Furious’ documents

Jobs Bill Would Reduce Contributions to Charities

    NCPA Policy Digest: President Obama revived one of his favorite revenue-raising proposals in his recent jobs plan: limiting the itemized tax deductions that “millionaires and billionaires” (defined as individuals earning over $200,000 or couples earning more than $250,000 per year) can take for mortgage interest, state and local taxes, and charitable contributions, says Craig D. Eyermann, an Independent Institute Research Fellow.


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Sweden: Homeschool Parents to Lose Children Permanently

Legal Battles Continue For El Paso Mayor

Post-Kinsey: Is There Anything Normal About Pornography?

A Life Well-Lived: Kortney Blythe Gordon

TX: City faces legal action over abortion clinic signage

Whiteville cross debate continues: Residents plan cross giveaway; mayor questions motives behind complaint

‘Church should not be silenced’

Pastors defy IRS in defense of religious liberty | WorldNetDaily

    WorldNetDaily: A headline in the Washington Times – “IRS Has No Business Censoring Pastors – First Amendment Supersedes Tax Regulation” – accompanies attorney Erik Stanley’s article, which includes the following: “To even suggest that any governmental agency or official has the right to punish a pastor because of something he says from the pulpit is not only offensive but unconstitutional. No pastor should ever have to dance around an issue or self-censor his sermon because of an Internal Revenue Service rule. In America, we value everyone’s constitutionally protected right to free speech and free exercise of religion. Nonetheless, there exists just such an IRS rule. It’s known as the Johnson Amendment. Getting rid of it was the motivation behind the Alliance Defense Fund’s fourth annual Pulpit Freedom Sunday, which took place this past Sunday.


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SCOTUS Blog: The timing issue on health care

Supreme Court allows Louisiana’s refusal to acknowledge NY same sex adoption to stand

Can a blood test really tell you when you’ll die?