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Alan E. Sears: Across U.S., Struggle Continues to Protect Religious Freedom in Schools

UN Bodies And The Natural Law

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6th Circuit: “Rights not violated in Karns Bible dispute”

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Abortion bill goes back to committee of NH House

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CA: Rabbi Jailed for Refusing to Testify Against Co-Religionists

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‘Don’t say gay’ bill may be dead as TN legislators turn focus to abstinence education

Maryland: Catholic “sanctity of life” terminology used to urge marriage redefinition

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WI: Bill proposes marriage to break the cycle of poverty

High Court Shuns Christian College Groups Appeal | CBN

Court sides with SDSU on campus groups: Justices refuse to hear appeal from clubs claiming policy violated religious freedom | U~T San Diego

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Status Quo on Anti-Bias Rules | Inside Higher Ed

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Ron Paul: Demolishing Due Process

    Paul.House.Gov: In what history likely will record as a turning point, Attorney General Holder bluntly explained that this administration believes it has the authority to use lethal force against Americans if the President determines them to be a threat to the nation. He tells us that this is not a violation of the due process requirements of our Constitution because the President himself embodies “due process” as he unilaterally determines who is to be targeted.


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