University of Kansas Must Quit Training Abortion Doctors

Santorum’s Delegate Math Looks Different From Romney’s

    NY Times: Rick Santorum’s campaign has begun to argue forcefully that Mitt Romney will fail to win the 1,144 delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president, leaving the decision to a wide-open national convention in Tampa, Fla., this summer.

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Senate Democrats ask IRS for greater scrutiny of Super PACs

Amnesty International: Proposals to reform the European Court of Human Rights would be a ‘huge step backwards for justice’

“The Case for Non-Human Personhood Rights” | Huffington Post

    Erik Michael Johnson at the Huffington Post: It was just this understanding of rights as obligations that governments must obey that formed the basis for a declaration of rights for cetaceans (whales and dolphins) at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science held in Vancouver, Canada last month. Such a declaration is a minefield ripe for misunderstanding, as the BBC quickly demonstrated with their headline, “Dolphins deserve same rights as humans, say scientists.”

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S. Ind. pantry loses food over prayer invitations

Senator Inhofe’s theological conundrum

UK Doc Suspended for Agreeing to Sex-Selection Abortion

UK: Pagans in prison want nude prayer

UK: Marriage is best for raising children, Government says

Oregon: Assisted Suicide Advocate Uses Law To End His Life

Reid moves to end GOP filibuster on judges

Greg Baylor: Florida Misunderstands the First Amendment

Britain fights Christians’ right to wear cross, infuriating activists

William Saletan: “After-Birth Abortion: The pro-choice case for infanticide.”

NY Catholic Bishops Lobby Against Abortion

3 abortion bills facing NH House votes

Erik Stanley: Why should churches be tax-exempt? | Baptist Press

HHS mandate: USCCB decries unequal treatment of Amish, Catholics

Cardinal Dolan: NY GOP leaders assured church that marriage redefinition would not pass

Islamists bomb Catholic parish in Nigeria

Obama camp noncommittal on marriage redefinition in party plank

Australia: Liberal Party Leader Newman walks from marriage questions

Ohio AG rejects referendum petition to redefine marriage

Bid for same-sex marriage drains support for Scottish nationalism

NY: Dolan Calls Child Victims Act “Unjust” To Church

Maine poll: Same-sex marriage may be headed toward approval

HHS: When It Reigns, It Poors | FRC

Ousted Iowa judges who voted to redefine marriage selected to receive John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage awards

That 70s Show: Elderly feminists try to turn back the clock

A.W. R. Hawkins: “Undoing the Ties that Bind”

    A.W.R. Hawkins at The University Bookman: In America, it is currently difficult to define what it means to be an American. Not anecdotally, as in “what does it mean to you?” or “what does it mean to me?” but concretely, as in “what practices and beliefs have undergirded and characterized Americans from the Colonial Period to the twenty-first century?” Such questions have proven increasingly difficult to answer since the 1960s, when members of the counterculture began actively turning university into diversity and doing their utmost to divide Americans into categories and then set those categories against each other. And here, Charles Murray’s most recent work, Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960–2010, proves a boon . . . Instead, Murray’s point is that “an evolution in American society” has taken place since the early 1960s, an evolution wherein Americans have lost their reference point on what it means to be American . . .

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Wisconsin Supreme Court justices battle over recusing themselves

    Isthmus: In 2009, Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack recused herself from a case involving a lawyer who had worked for her. But in 2011, she had a change of heart. Roggensack decided, without explanation, to rule on the case. She cast a critical vote to spare two men represented by her former attorney, Donald Schott, from paying a $6.5 million judgment.

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Obama Health-Care Foe Clement Becomes Republicans’ Go-To Lawyer

Robert Knight: Will high court adopt the coercion test?

DOJ blocks TX voter ID law

The tax code already penalizes married couples, Obamacare adds another layer

Then Again, Maybe I Will: Two kids, two zygotes, and a dilemma.

Eve Tushnet: The Impossibility of Divorce: A Review of “A Separation”

Downside of Rising Single Motherhood

Center for AZ Policy: The Bully Agenda

Where have all the bold pastors gone?

Perry Response to Sebelius Announcement that Feds Will Deny Women’s Health Program Waiver

Obama administration nixes Texas Medicaid program over Planned Parenthood ban

Video – ND Gov. Dalrymple: Obama is killing ‘energy development’

Student May Hand Out Christmas Party Invitations

Santorum takes Kansas, Romney strong in Wyoming

India Militants Attack Prayer Meeting, Pastors

Mitt Romney maintains double-digit national lead in latest Gallup poll

Amid anger over Afghan killings, U.S. faces growing public weariness about war

Federal Judge Orders MO School District to Remove Website Filters | MO Family Update

Rep. Slaughter Wants a Supreme Court Code of Ethics

Matt Bowman: Huge National Rally Coming Soon Against Obama HHS Mandate | Life News

Abby Johnson Sues Planned Parenthood, Claims $6M in Fraud | Life News

WA court upholds religious conscience rights of pharmacists | Oregon Faith Report

Planned Parenthood’s alleged Medicaid fraud | One News Now

Church-based community service doesn’t count | One News Now

El Paso Christians facing jail time | One News Now

Planned Parenthood accused of $6M fraud | Washington Times

Lawsuit alleges NASA fired man over beliefs | Boston Globe (AP)

Kids Fight On For Recess Bible Study | WND

El Paso, Texas Trying to “Silence Christians?” | Opposing Views

Obama Threatens TX Women’s Health – SE TX Planned Parenthood Million Dollar Fraud Revealed in Lawsuit | Texas GOP Vote

Christians Who Signed Petitions Investigated | WND

Virginia School Threatens To Drop Student From Honor Society For Community Service Done At Church | Huffington Post

Planned Parenthood accused of filing millions of dollars in false Medicaid claims | Washington Examiner

Planned Parenthood Accused of Medicaid Fraud, Wrongful Reimbursements Totaling $5.7M | Christian Post

UNCG sued for rejecting anti-abortion group | News & Record

Family sues Fairfax County Schools over community service guidelines | WLJA ABC 7