UK: IVF cycles for single women on the increase

“Concern over Govt response to RC marriage postcards”

Australian PM gives conscience vote on redefining marriage

Swiss can ban naked hiking, court rules

UK: Parents in protest over ‘explicit’ sex education

King James Bible anniversary marked by Queen

Ireland Poll Shows Strong Pro-Life Views on Abortion

Listed: the 80-plus states that criminalise homosexuality today

Calgary: Mom of baby found in dumpster charged with attempted murder

Albert Mohler: We’re All Harry Blackmun Now — The Lessons of Mississippi The bitter lesson of Mississippi’s defeat of the human personhood amendment is this: When it comes to moral reasoning concerning the unborn child, far too many just adopt Harry Blackmun’s moral framework and want to tweak it. Many in the pro-life movement want to shift his lines of moral judgment, but not to repudiate his deadly logic. We may think we are pro-life, but if we do not affirm the personhood of every human being at every point of development, from fertilization onward, we are not really so pro-life as we think. Or, in other words, we’re all Harry Blackmun now.

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Iowa: Gronstal promises to block marriage amendment

Presidential Proclamation – Thanksgiving Day, 2011

    “As we gather in our communities and in our homes, around the table or near the hearth, we give thanks to each other and to God for the many kindnesses and comforts that grace our lives. Let us pause to recount the simple gifts that sustain us, and resolve to pay them forward in the year to come.”

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Ron Paul is for real in Iowa. Seriously. | The Washington Post

Michael Norton: Planned Parenthood’s Lawless Bloodlust in NH

UK: Fury over plans to make local authorities commission abortions

Federal Judge: AZ Abortion tax credit law seems to violate free speech

Defending and disputing plan for changing Pa. abortion regulations

“Why Millennial Women Are Burning Out At Work By 30″

GOP vows to sue over child care union vote

Building an appellate practice | SCOTUSblog

Late-Term Abortion Business in California Shuts Down

States Acknowledge Unborn Despite Personhood Amdt Defeat

Congressional leaders say they’re not ready to take over supercommittee talks

ADF: “Calif. Supreme Court: Prop. 8 deserves defense”

Mojave Desert Veterans’ Memorial: Another Cross Appears and Is Removed From Sunrise Rock

Justice Breyer urges checking presidential power

Unanimous Cal. Supreme Court: Prop 8 can be defended by ballot proponents

Cancer Center Reverses Santa Ban, Still Nixes Religious Christmas Decorations

Russian ban on homosexual propagand to minors protested

Vaccines group plans to buy cervical cancer shots

Planned Parenthood Abortion Director Fired, Becomes Pro-Life

Attackers hit Egyptian Christian marchers, 10 hurt

Judge Posner on School Law and ‘Spoiled Kids’

Presentation at Rutgers U.: “Surveying the Polls: Question Wording and Latent Attitudes Toward Same-Sex Marriage”

Policies on school clubs should be uniform

“Endangered Species? FAU adds protected status to gay and lesbian students, faculty”

Tunisian politician’s gaffe raises fears of Islam

Rasmussen: 69% Say Federal Government Lacks Authority To Force Purchase of Health Insurance

‘Choose Life’ Custom License Plates Allowed in NY

No, physician-assisted suicide is not legal in Montana: Its a recipe for abuse and more | The Montana Lawyer

    State Senator Jim Shockley and Margaret Dor at the Montana Lawyer at p. 8 (Nov. 2011): Attorneys Greg Jackson and Matt Bowman provide this analysis: If the idea of suicide itself is suggested to the patient first by the doctor or even by the family, instead of being on the patient’s sole initiative, the situation exceeds “aid in dying” as conceived by the Court. If a particular suicide decision process is anything but “private, civil, and compassionate,” . . . , the Court’s decision wouldn’t guarantee a consent defense. If the patient is less than “conscious,” is unable to “vocalize” his decision, or gets help because he is unable to “self-administer,” or the drug fails and someone helps complete the killing, Baxter would not apply. No doctor can prevent these human contingencies from occurring in a given case . . . in order to make sure that he can later use the consent defense if he is charged with murder. (Analysis of Implications of the Baxter Case on Potential Criminal Liability, Spring 2010, at

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Henninger: Obama Abandons (Private) Labor |

Probe: Obama Admin Broke Law to Push Abortion in Kenya

Former Cornerstone Action Director Smith joins New Hampshire race for governor

Internet titans fight SOPA with full-page NY Times ad

Child Sexual Abuse and the Supreme Court

Gingrich says ticket of Gingrich-Cain could happen in 2012

Wasserman Schultz accuses GOP of rigging elections with ‘suppression laws’

    The Hill: Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Fla.) on Wednesday night said Republican governors and legislatures are purposefully pressing for the enactment of voter identification laws in order to suppress Democratic voter turnout in the 2012 election.

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The next financial crisis will be hellish, and it’s on its way – Fed levered 51-to-1