HPV vaccine for boys recommended in Canada

Rick Santorum: Homosexuality ‘Not Healthy’ For Society

A hidden cause of Baltimore’s population loss: abortion

Member of European Parliament has questions about EU funding for homosexualist lobby

“Oxford professor: equality trumping religious freedom”

Michigan Senate Panel Approves Choose Life License Plates

Austin, TX: Lawyers seek repeal of unconstitutional restrictions on Pregnancy Resource Centers

David Cameron calls for reform of European court of human rights

“Same-Sex Marriage May Hinge On Supreme Court” | NPR

    NPR: Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage says what states do now could influence the court’s decisions. “Given that we have a Roe v. Wade-type decision, the state fights become even more important because some of the justices don’t like to have the law be too far ahead of where the public is,” Brown says.


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House GOP drafting bill to replace Obamacare

Pennsylvania Pro-Life Abortion-Ultrasound Bill Makes Headway

“Transferring 2 or more embryos doesn’t mean more babies, and it does mean more risk”

AP: “Gay marriage returns to the political spotlight”

Alan E. Sears: Abortion in America

Michael Brown: “Gay Rights” Still Trumping Freedom of Speech, Religion

Florida: Hillsborough County School Board chided about Islam

Starbucks supports marriage redefinition in WA

One in five children from broken homes lose touch with parent

Fla. Abortion Battle Re-Emerges As House Bills Advance

Abortions in Illinois at lowest level since procedure legalized in 1973

“Longmont, Denver mayors join group supporting same-sex marriage”

Senate Republicans Won’t Sue Over Obama Recess Appointments

NJ: “Effectiveness of civil unions argued in Senate committee hearing on same-sex marriage”

Nigeria Struggles With Rise of Radical Islam

Mexican Supreme Court says states have no right to sue against homosexual ‘marriage’

Judge denies WyWatch suit

Timothy Dolan: “Obamacare and Religious Freedom: How about some respect for Catholics and others who object to treating pregnancy as a disease?”

Romney advisor: Come on, ObamaCare won’t ever be repealed in its entirety

    Hot Air (includes video): Former Senator Norm Coleman joined the Mitt Romney campaign in September, but hasn’t made an impact until now — and Romney may have wished he hadn’t. In an interview Sunday for BioCentury, a health-industry roundtable forum, Coleman said that ObamaCare won’t ever be repealed “in its entirety,” and that “you can’t whole cloth throw it out.”


  • Posted: 01/25/2012
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15-Year-Old Student Bullied for Supporting Biblical View of Family

Keeping Mom, Dad, and Baby: Social Conservatism and the Republican Platform

Study Claiming Abortion Safer Than Birth Totally Misleading

Planned Parenthood Purchases New $35M National HQ in NYC

Steven Aden: Roe v. Wade: Killing Dreams Since January 1973

“NH Bill Would Allow Service Refusal To Gay Couples”

11th Circuit weighs HIV-infected man’s fight to get job

Americans Increasingly renouncing U.S. Citizenship over taxes

Spanish justice minister announces abortion reform

Ind. Dems ponder return in right-to-work battle

Newt to Pelosi – ‘Put up or shut up…bring it on’

Jamestown Student Voices Concern Over Freedom of Speech Violation | Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

Religious intolerance, California-style | Washington Times

Maine: Anti-bullying bill moves forward | Bangor Daily News

Arkansas Human Services issues proposed rules barring use of tax money to teach religion | The Republic (AP)

Alan E. Sears: Abortion Has Claimed the Lives of 17 Percent of Americans | LifeNews.com

    ADF President Alan E. Sears at LifeNews.com: It’s the time of year when thoughts turn more concertedly to the ongoing tragedy – and travesty – of abortion. Activists count back to the January 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade and produce new calculations on how many lives have been ended prematurely through the deliberate choice of their mothers—and with the often enthusiastic cooperation of medical professionals who have found their own ways of reconciling the destruction of life with their Hippocratic oath.


  • Posted: 01/25/2012
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Arkansas DHS proposes rule banning state-funded religious activities in preschools | Arkansas News

Fort Bragg to Host Anti-Religion Band at Atheist Rock Beyond Belief