Personhood Arkansas Refiles Pro-life Amendment

WA: 23 State Senate sponsors for same-sex marriage bill

Report on D.C. Courts: Nominating Process ‘Unpredictable’

AZ Study: Divorce is not the key to a happy – or long – life

Kansas abortion measure to challenge ‘Roe’

“Delano Hunter supports the District’s same-sex marriage law”

Colorado Personhood Amendment to Face Planned Parenthood Supreme Court Challenge

Montana Corporations Ask Court To Put Its Decision Upholding a Ban on Corporate Independent Expenditures On Hold While U.S. Supreme Court Decides Their Case

Court OKs immediate use of Texas abortion law

Judge in Va. rejects GOP primary ballot appeal

Abortion Biz in Rockford, Illinois Shut Down Permanently

Obama recess appointments face legal challenge

Legal Periodical by Richard F. Duncan: The Tea Party’s Constitution

Ventura Girl Scout, 14, Calls For Cookie Boycott Over ‘Radical Homosexual Agenda’

Five European Nations to Be Downgraded by S&P: Report

“Gay Mainers Look for chance to be First to Win Marriage Rights from Voters”

‘Selective reduction’ abortions on the rise

“Former Scottish Tory leader dismisses same-sex marriage”

“Dr. Ruth M. Jacobs and Mike McManus: Why O’Malley is wrong on same-sex marriage”

Canada: “Same-sex marriage law to be changed to recognize gay tourists”

WI: Ashland Councilors Push For Return To ‘Moment Of Silence’

Carleton U student union considers banning pro-life groups from campus

EU threatens to withhold financial support from Hungary over definition of marriage: report

Brand new ‘guidelines’ pushing radical, explicit sex ed agenda on schools nationwide

Rasmussen: 37% Give Obama Positive Ratings on Economy

Democrats Ignored Abortionist Storing 17 Babies in Freezer

Number Of Twins Soars As Older Moms Turn To Fertility Treatments

ACLU: “South Carolina School District Agrees to Stop Proselytizing Students”

Obama Makes Taxpayers Fund More Embryonic Stem Cell Research

U.S. Rep. Robert Menendez right to meet with blocked judge

Steven Aden: Planned Parenthood Made Me Rich, and All I Got Was a Nagging Conscience

Pat Buchanan: “True Believer” Is Ron Paul a prophet transforming tomorrow’s GOP?

    Pat Buchanan at Townhall: Aware it is unlikely he will ever be president, the 76-year-old soldiers on in the belief that this cause will one day triumph in a party where he was, not long ago, seen as an odd duck, but a party where today he speaks for a national constituency.


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CA: Court Holds Diocese Reorganization Not Subject To Property Transfer Tax

NJ judge rules against church in civil union flap

Al-Azhar Proposed Bill of Rights Gains Widespread Support By Egyptian Political Parties

Pastors’ ‘healthy’ response to NYC ban | One News Now

Glenn T. Staunton: The Nasty Politics of Parenting Research | National Review

China writer says harassment forced him to the US

Australian sentenced to Saudi lashing returns home

Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins Endorses Florida Amendment Banning All Abortions

Battle lines stark as Wis. recall push nears end

Perry: Naive to think Democrats wouldn’t have attacked Romney’s Bain record

    The Hill: Rick Perry said Thursday it was “naïve” to think Democrats wouldn’t adopt criticism of Mitt Romney’s leadership at Bain Capital and defended taking campaign contributions from venture capital firms in an interview Thursday on the Laura Ingraham show.


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House plans Wednesday vote on debt limit disapproval

    The Hill: Passage of the resolution, offered by Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY), will not prevent the debt limit from increasing, as a similar resolution would have to pass the Senate, and the Senate is not expected to consider a disapproval resolution.


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Conservatives torn over defending, opposing Romney

Anti-US chants as slain Iran nuclear expert buried

Obama seeks power to merge agencies

    My Way News – AP: President Barack Obama will ask Congress on Friday for greater power to shrink the federal government, and his first idea is merging six sprawling trade and commerce agencies whose overlapping programs can be baffling to businesses, a senior administration official told The Associated Press.


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Michael Paulsen: Hosanna in the Highest!

National Organization for Marriage Pledges Major Fight in New Jersey to Prevent Passage of Same-Sex Marriage