MI: “Christian call to prayer riles Muslims: Mosques get warned to up security ahead of Ford Field event”

Pastor Defies Flagpole Prayer Ban at Florida School

Mormon Church Sues Texas City To Challenge Denial of Zoning Permit

David French: Re: Science and Personhood

Ohio Gov. Kasich Signs Pro-Life Parental Consent Abortion Bill

Pelosi and 130 House Dems challenge the Federal Defense of Marriage Act

DNC Chair: Saying Life Begins at Conception “Extreme”

    LifeNews.com: The chair of the national Democratic Party has issued a statement on a vote taking place next week in Mississippi on an amendment saying human life begins at conception or fertilization. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democratic congresswoman chosen by President Barack Obama to head the party, called making such a statement “an extreme and radical step,” according to a new CNS News report.


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European Court Upholds Austria Ban on In-Vitro Fertilization

Pro-choicers brought us the personhood battle

Land urges ‘yes’ for Miss. personhood amend.

Law shake-up ‘will fuel the epidemic of fatherless families’: Proposals condemned by IDS think-tank

UK: SNP go it alone to force sectarianism Bill forward

“Gay Air Force Vet Can Sue for Equal Severance”

Obama Administration Opposes FDR Prayer At WWII Memorial

N.J. judge says lawsuit to recognize “gay marriage” can go on

US general booted for Afghan remarks

Contraceptive linked to memory loss

U.S. Approaches $15 Trillion Debt Limit

Wisconsin: Governor Walker Signs Bipartisan School Choice Legislation

Firebombed French paper posts blog after site hack

An Economic Case for More Kids?

Homosexual groups decry Mass. Catholic “devil essay”

USCCB Staffer Who Linked Homosexuality to Satan Resigns

US prosecutors reach plea deal with missionary who helped natural mom in Vt. lesbian custody case

TX: “Local governments give Rock the Desert financial assistance”

ACLU Demands Stop to Graduation Prayer at Columbus High School

“Calif. assemblywoman announces she is a lesbian”

A popular analogy that doesn’t always work: Is legalized abortion akin to the Nazi Holocaust?

MI Dems oppose religious exemptions in anti-bullying bill

No choice for pro-life nurses | WORLDmag.com

Letter prompts change in ordinance | OneNewsNow

Judge halts plans to force nurses to do abortions: Hearing on case brought by 12 caregivers scheduled for Nov. 18 | WND

Hospital Compels Pro-Life Nurses to Participate in Abortions | NRL News Today

Court Stops Hospital From Forcing Nurses to Assist Abortions | LifeNews.com

Supreme Court Declines Case Banning Crosses on Utah Highways | The New American

Atlantic City backs off unconstitutional law regulating religious speech | Examiner.com

New Jersey City To Change Ordinance Requiring Permit To Engage In Free Speech | Fox News

Air Force Academy Backs Away from Christmas Charity

Will the Supreme Court Carve Up Obamacare?

    Businessweek: For insurance companies nervously watching the legal fight over the constitutionality of the President’s health-care law, it would be the unthinkable: The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the law’s so-called individual mandate, which requires millions of young, healthy people to buy coverage—but leaves intact rules compelling insurers to cover sick people, who are likely to cost far more in benefits than they pay in premiums. Congress is then left to fix the problem.


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Legal scholarship highlight: Judicial ghostwriting and the Court

Indiana Claims Title of Nation’s Biggest First-Year Voucher Program Ever

As Athens Debates Bailout, EU Weighs Greek Exit

ADF: Court temporarily stops NJ hospital from forcing nurses to participate in abortions