S.D. Fla.: “Obama Nominates Out Gay Black Judge To Federal Bench”

President Obama Nominates Seven to the United States District Courts

Planned Parenthood takes credit for Obama reelection

Governor Brownback, Kansas Legislators Called Upon to Support Phill Kline in Court

Marriage and Family as Dynamic Process | Amy Ziettlow at Family Scholars

    Amy Ziettlow at Family Scholars: More than a century and a half ago Alexis de Tocqueville made the striking observation that an individualistic society depends on a communitarian institution like the family for its continued existence. The family cannot be constituted like the liberal state, nor can it be governed entirely by that state’s principles. Yet the family serves as the seedbed for the virtues required by a liberal state. The family is responsible for teaching lessons of independence, self-restraint, responsibility, and right conduct, which are essential to a free, democratic society. If the family fails in these tasks, then the entire experiment in democratic self-rule is jeopardized.


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Ohio Panel OKs Bill to De-Fund Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz

Irish Children’s Rights Referendum passes with massive support from government, leftist groups

D.C. teachers union wants to unionize city’s charter schools

WA: State schools chief may file suit against charter schools

After Divorce, Many Women Lose Health Insurance

MN: “Petition seeks ouster of anti-gay activist from Anoka-Hennepin task force on bullying”

A Little Girl Called ‘M.C.’: The Collateral Damage from Same-Sex Marriage | Jennifer Roback Morse at the Ruth Institute

    Jennifer Roback Morse at the Ruth Institute: The policy proposal known as “same-sex marriage” is actually a proposal to redefine marriage. Instead of being a gender-based institution oriented toward the procreation of children and the good of the spouses, what is called “same-sex marriage” makes marriage into a genderless institution, oriented toward the good of adults only. Any possible negative consequences for children, according to this way of thinking, are not worth considering. We, and the children themselves, must simply accept any negative outcomes as collateral damage on the road to the nirvana of “marriage equality.”


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Big Government Should Not Redefine Marriage | Ryan Anderson at Double Think

“Gay marriage should be at the ballot box” | Jeff Jacoby at the Boston Globe

Germany to Offer Syrian Christians Asylum

“The Big List of ‘Gayest’ Companies in America”

US wins seat on UN Human Rights Council

Clones and three parent babies: crossing an ethical line

Judge: Parents have no right to know what homosexual activist taught their children in school

UK: Military chaplains threatened by bid to redefine marriage

UK: Backlash against Osborne’s support for redefining marriage

“Uruguay Congress Considers Same-Sex Marriage Law”

Hamas military chief killed in Gaza air strike – “gates of hell” opened

NV: Judge Rules Against Forcing Mentally Disabled Woman’s Abortion

7th Circuit: Restitution to child porn victims owed by possessors is less than amounts owed by distributors

    U.S. v. Laraneta, No. 12-1302 (7th Cir. Nov. 14, 2012) (Opinion by Posner joined by Williams and Sykes)

    The court held that a possessor of child porn images is not jointly liable for the total amount of restitution owed to victims by distributors of such images, because the amount of harm caused by possession is less than that caused by distribution. The Court also held that there is no right of intervention for child porn victims where claims of restitution are denied, but rather the appropriate remedy is to seek mandamus at the court of appeals pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3771(d)(3).


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Illinois: “Gay marriage Emanuel’s No. 3 priority for Legislature”

In Baltimore, Catholic Bishops struggle with marriage message

“Nigeria: House Dares Western Nations On Same Sex Marriage”

“Same-Sex Marriage Opponents Find a New Fight” | The Atlantic

    The Atlantic: “The United States is, perhaps other than India, maybe, the most religiously diverse country in the world,” said Rassbach. “It’s a recipe for societal strife to force people to try to conform to a particular ideal.” Despite Americans’ evolving views on marriage and the increasing legal recognition of marriage equality, the strife around the definition of marriage isn’t going anywhere. “Do you really think that we’re going to be quiet and go away?” Brown said. “Just because the state says it’s so, we’re never going to accept it.”


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Liberia: Same Sex Marriage Debate – Can’t Liberia Be Definitive?

Russia Expands Treason Law

PA: Harrisburg City Council creates buffer around abortion clinics and other medical facilities

State Republican Party rejects national party stance on abortion

European Court of Human Rights Finds Slovakia violated Romani women’s rights in another involuntary sterilization case

Rasmussen: 54% Are Pro-Choice, 38% Pro-Life

“Abortion debate flares in Ireland over death of critically ill woman denied quick termination”

Vegetative patient Scott Routley says ‘I’m not in pain’

Six States Challenge Obama Administration’s HHS Mandate in Court

VA: Roanoke County Board of Supervisors passes prayer policy for its meetings

Jamaican Government Bans Preaching On Public Buses

Charter School Enrollment on the Rise

UN Says Access To Contraception A Human Right

Aggressive Secularism at the Heart of the EU | Paul Coleman at the Bell Towers

Maine’s Angus King To Caucus With Senate Democrats

Pelosi to remain as Democratic House leader in 113th Congress

Potentiality Rightly Understood | Mathew Lu at Public Discourse

SCOTUS Conference on Marriage Cases Reset to Nov. 30th

White House ‘secede’ petitions reach 675,000 signatures, 50-state participation

Will Tenn. gov’t be allowed to decide what ‘ministry’ is? | Alliance Defending Freedom