Missouri Abortions Drop 9.4 Percent in 2010, Report Shows

Ron Paul introduces a simple bill to repeal the worst parts of Congress’ “indefinite detention” law

Man Sues Supreme Court Marshal For Right to Hold Sign on Court Grounds

Pepperdine denies recognition of “gay” group

ADF: Six-foot ‘speech zone’ deep-sixed at Oregon college

Casey Mattox: The Obama Administration’s Attack on Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton

Alan E. Sears: In Arizona, Another Move to Mute Free Speech on College Campuses

New York Times Ignores March for Life Fifth Straight Year

Persecution of Christians Rising in Islamic Countries

Salman Rushdie ‘sad for India’ after video-link blocked

UK: Ministers ban extra welfare benefits for multiple wives

UK: Private abortion clinics to advertise on television

Church leaders unite against change in organ donation law

European Human Rights Court Raps Hungary on assembly restrictions

First Report on Embryonic Stem Cells in Patients: Results TBD

House bills confirm use of religious symbols at military memorials and FDR prayer at WWII memorial

Maryland Gov.: New same-sex “marriage” bill more specific on protecting religious freedom

BC court dismisses appeal by pro-lifers convicted of violating abortion ‘bubble zone’

Nigeria arrests dozens of Boko Haram suspects in Kano

NJ Gov. to veto marriage redefinition bill, but would agree to put before voters

Girl Scouts Banned from Virginia Church for Planned Parenthood Affiliation

Boy Scouts Of America Embraces GLSEN’s ‘No Name-Calling Week,’ Anti-Bullying Event

Lesbians to sit with first lady during State of the Union

    Kilker and her partner, Sara Nelson, are traveling to D.C. from Colorado today, and Kilker’s case, though being touted as a sign of the administration’s success, is a stark sign of current limitations of the law for LGBT employees in the workplace . . .

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“Va. legislators to consider gay adoption issue”

Open marriage? A terrible idea for kids

    Ruth Institute Blog: Open marriage is also likely to be a terrible idea for children. A growing body of research suggests that children are harmed when they are exposed to a revolving cast of caregivers and partners. For example, a recent federal report found that children living with one parent and an unrelated romantic partner were about 10 times as likely to be sexually, physically or emotionally abused, compared with children living with their own married, biological parents.

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WI: Law firm knee deep in state’s many hot-button issues

Magistrate Judge Robert E. Bacharach nominated for 10th Circuit

Maine lawyer, William Kayatta Jr., nominated to 1st Circuit

Poll: 51% of Americans Take Pro-Life Position on Abortion

Gingrich: ‘Wrong’ for NBC to Prohibit Audience Clapping at Debate

In Egypt’s New Parliament, Some Try To Modify Oath To Refer To “God’s Law”

Canadian Tax Trial Analyzes Structure of FLDS Community: Religious congregation or polygamous family?

Thomas More Law Center Appeals Ninth Circuit’s Anti-God Decision to the U.S. Supreme Court

“Microsoft’s GC Makes a Business Case for Gay Marriage”

    Law.com: Earlier this month, Microsoft general counsel and executive vice president of legal and corporate affairs Brad Smith took to the company’s official blog with a post titled “Marriage Equality in Washington State Would Be Good for Business,” in which he outlined the business case for the company’s support of same-sex marriage legislation in Washington, where Microsoft is based.

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What undecided voters on TV and the parade of artificial insemination studies have in common

Video – Detaching biology from marriage and parenthood: Washington State House Judiciary

Ann Arbor supporting ACLU in federal lawsuit opposing domestic partner benefits ban

Colorado bill a ‘stepping stone’ to same-sex marriage, Catholic conference says

‘Occupy the Courts’ Protests Hit Supreme Court and Federal Courthouses Nationwide

WyWatch attorney: Lawsuit isn’t pointless | Wyoming Tribune

Rasmussen: 78% Rate Marriage As Important to U.S. Society, 77% say two parent home important

Marriage in Minnesota | One News Now

WA: “Sen. Haugen’s support gives gay marriage bill the majority it needs to pass” | HeraldNet.com

Christian group sues Dysart Unified district

MN: “Court revives gay-marriage suit”

Phyllis Schlafly: Unconstitutional Recess Appointments

    Phyllis Schlafly at Townhall: Barack Obama’s latest unconstitutional action is his attempt to make four so-called recess appointments to high-level, well-paying jobs in the federal bureaucracy when the Senate was not in recess. He appointed three people to the National Labor Relations Board, plus Richard Cordray to head the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, even though the Senate had declined to confirm his nomination.

  • Posted: 01/24/2012
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William McGurn: Obama Offends the Catholic Left

The Federal Housing Administration Is Going for Broke

Judge hears Wyoming anti-abortion group’s request

How do you implement Socialism with Christians in your way?

“Organizers Expect 2,000 For Anti-Abortion Youth Conference”

South Africa: Human Rights Commission targets Zulu King for “anti-gay” comments

Polish websites to go dark to protest ACTA

Briton with locked-in syndrome seeks assisted suicide right

Mitt Romney releases tax returns: $21.7 income, no wages, effective tax rate 13.9%