New Lincoln Catholic bishop: Church will defy health mandate on birth control coverage

Video: 700,000 flood streets in Argentina to protest socialist President

States given more time to work on health exchanges

AR: Clarksville sexually oriented business can dispute ordinance

Clinton to Step Down Probably ‘Days’ After Inauguration

Why not polygamy? | John Witte, Jr. at Washington Post

    John Witte, Jr. at Washington Post: Is the legalization of polygamy inevitable in America? From 1965 to 2005, American courts struck down the traditional sex crimes of contraception, adultery, fornication, abortion, and sodomy as violations of modern constitutional norms of liberty, autonomy, and privacy. Traditional criminal laws against polygamy seem vulnerable to this same constitutional logic. If you add the religious freedom claims of Muslims, fundamentalist Mormons and others, the case for polygamy seems especially ripe –whether we like it or not.

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Three Florida State Supreme Court Justices Could Leave the Bench

    FedSoc Blog: On Monday, November 5, SLF, on behalf of another Florida citizen and taxpayer, filed an original action in the Florida Supreme Court asking the Court to issue a writ of quo warranto regarding the actions of Secretary of State Ken Detzner in determining the Justices “qualified” to be placed on the ballot. The argument is not one of conduct, but instead contends that none of the three justices lawfully qualified for the retention election and that the secretary of state failed to properly carry out his constitutional and administrative duties in the matter.

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Bible Publisher Takes on Obama Abortion-HHS Mandate in Court | LifeNews

Bible Publisher Challenges Abortion Drug Mandate

Attorney: Gov’t Wants To Confine Religious Freedom | One News Now

European Union: Anti-religious Hate Groups Join Forces To Oust Catholic Politician

Charity Commission’s ‘bigots’ slur against RC adoption donors

“Belgium Will Become an Islamic State”

New Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby inherits a divided Anglican Communion

Microsoft Has Shattered The Language Barrier

The National Organization for Marriage responds to election night defeats

Abortion and the media

    Live Action News: t seems that the presidential election this past Tuesday hung on one issue: abortion. One side invested heavily in the issue, and the other chose to ignore it or fumble. The heart-wrenching stories on both sides leave most Americans uncomfortable and conflicted. As a nation, we are split, with smaller groups at each extreme and a vast majority detached between them. The big question that needs answering is, “What is the unborn?”

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Abortion Increases Women’s Mortality Rates: Study

“Oregon may be next state for gay marriage ballot battle”

Ethiopia abusing religious freedom of Muslims: U.S. body

“Gays in Argentina revel in their gains” | NYT

“Nationwide Wins for State and Local LGBT Candidates” | MetroWeekly

Western Pa. abortion protester to stay farther away from clinics to settle fed’s lawsuit

Culture Precedes Law and Policy: Be of Good Cheer Pro-Lifers, We Are Winning | Michael J. New at First Things

A conversation with OIC secretary general about Egypt and Islam

Tyndale v. HHS Mandate | One News Now

U.N. Plotting Takeover Of Internet: ‘Several nations are set on asserting intergovernmental control’

    Steve Elwart at WorldNetDaily: The hope of several countries is that they can expand the ITU’s jurisdiction to the Internet, replacing the current governing system with one that is controlled by a U.N. bureaucracy. The member nations will also consider an “Internet tax” designed to collect money from more affluent nations and redistribute it to poorer nations to improve their Internet infrastructure. ITRs do not currently include regulation of the Internet within their jurisdiction, since they have not been revised since the beginning of the Internet communications era.

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China takes extraordinary step of blocking Google

The prayer of a sex trafficked child: Escaping the abuse

ABA Recognizes LGBT Lawyers with Stonewall Awards

After Obama reelection coal company CEO reads prayer to staff, announces layoffs

Supreme Court Weighing Genetic Privacy

PA: Suit Charges Town With Forcing Property Owner To Display Church Sign

PA: Court Requires Street Preacher To Stay Back From School Bus Stops

Republican Tim Fox wins race for Montana Attorney General

Abandoning Pro-Life Issues Not the GOP Path to Victory

How Did Marriage Fare in the 2012 Election? | Ryan T. Anderson and Andrew Walker at Heritage Foundation

Missouri Supreme Court Briefs Filed In Same-Sex Survivor Benefits Case

ACLU Calls on President to Keep Promise and Close Gitmo

PP’s False Billing Called Out | One News Now

“French RC Church says gay marriage for few, to be imposed on all”

“Democracy and Gay Marriage: Voters are changing as the culture shifts”

San Francisco to force taxpayers to pay for “transgender” surgeries

Sri Lankan Move To Fire Top Judge Stirs Fears

Liberty and a Free Press | Ted McAllister at Public Discourse

Senate, House Dems face tough election fundamentals in 2014

Egyptian Islamists Rally For Shariah Law