LifeSiteNews interviews Ron Paul: protect family, marriage, life by protecting subsidiarity

“Ontario government thanks Catholic leaders for support of gay anti-bullying bill”

David French: Mayor Bloomberg’s Double Standard on Religious Liberty | National Review

Scalia: Throw Out Phony Undue Burden Test on Abortion Laws

Georgia Supreme Court justice calls for judicial overhaul

Article in High School Newspaper Criticizing Homosexuality, Citing Scripture = “Bullying”?

    Eugene Volokh at The Volokh Conspiracy: The Shawano High School newspaper decided to run dueling student opinion pieces on whether same-sex couples should be able to adopt children; the student article that answered the question “no” said, among other things, quotes Leviticus 20:13 (“If there is a man who lies with a male as those who lie with a woman, both of of them have committed a detestable act; they shall surely be put to death. Their bloodguiltiness is upon them.”). The school district then publicly apologized for the column, as an “[o]ffensive article[] cultivating a negative environment of disrespect . . .

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N.J. Supreme Court: Towns can reject sexually oriented businesses, citing locations in other states

    In evaluating the adequacy of alternative channels of communication when deciding an as-applied constitutional challenge to the State’s statute limiting the places where sexually-oriented businesses may operate, trial courts are not precluded from considering the existence of sites that are located outside of New Jersey but that are found within the relevant market area as defined by the parties’ experts.

  • Posted: 01/20/2012
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Obama Admin orders health plans to cover birth control without co-pays

CNN Money: “Best companies list hits gay rights milestone”

Dallas VA Nurse fired for “anti-gay” tirade – ‘Have you asked God into your heart? Have you been saved by Jesus Christ?’

NE bill would prohibit local “sexual orientation” discrimination measures

Baldwin Raised More Than $1 Million in Last Quarter of 2011 for WI Senate Race

Canada Pledges to Sell Oil to Asia After Obama Rejects Keystone Pipeline

How Much Economic Freedom Do We Have in the United States? Ron Paul’s income tax answer

    Judge Andrew Napolitano at Townhall: The theory behind the income tax is that the government’s need for cash is so great, it can just take it from your employer after you earn it but before your employer pays you — before you even see the cash — and use it as it sees fit. This presumes that the federal government has a greater right to your income than you do. There really can be no rationale for income taxes without that belief.

  • Posted: 01/20/2012
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Florida: Evers pushes school prayer bill

Top Maine lawmakers form Legislative Prayer Caucus

Top Iraqi Shiite cleric urges end to crisis

UK: 3 Muslims convicted of hate crimes for calling for execution of “gay people”

Atheist group files complaint against RI Florists for refusing to deliver

UK Gov’t calls for IVF babies with three parents

U.S. Supreme Court throws out judge-drawn Texas electoral maps

Maggie Gallagher: The Growing Science of Sex Difference

Pat Buchanan: Who Wants War With Iran?

Public Pension “Air Time” Is an Absurdly Generous Perk

Steven Aden: Planned Parenthood Now Exporting Genocide | Townhall

Herman Cain will deliver Tea Party response to the State of the Union

ADF, Students for Life co-host world’s largest pro-life youth conference Sunday

Brett Harvey and Dave Cortman: Invocations naming ‘Jesus’ still have a prayer | Washington Examiner

Home School Families in Sweden Brace for New Government Assault | The New American

Why Justice Kagan May Need to Recuse Herself from Obamacare Case

NYC Worship Protests Intensify | Urban Faith

9th Circuit: Washington state $800 recall campaign contribution limit likely unconstitutional

Reid postpones vote on Internet piracy bill

“Why use ‘despicable,’ clueless left-wing media to moderate GOP debates?”

South Carolina Republican debate: Newt Gingrich goes nuclear on media

    Politico (includes video): Gingrich called that story “false” — and delivered an extended denunciation of ABC and CNN for engaging Marianne Gingrich in the first place. “I am appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that,” Gingrich said. “Every person in here knows personal pain. Every person in here has had someone close to them go through painful things. To take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary a significant question for a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything I can imagine.”

  • Posted: 01/20/2012
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