Roe v. Wade and “Inevitability” | Jordan Lorence

Iran’s Religious Crackdown

Family of Christian pastor held in Iran asks: Where is State Department?

Atheists joining anti-abortion fight

Religion comes to Davos forum

Obama Inc Trying to Use Banks to Destroy Gun Manufacturers

Emanuel To Banks: Stop Supporting Gun Makers

Does the Gun-Control Legislation Violate Separation of Church and State? | Jordan Lorence at NRO

Outrage over plans for Malaysian Bible burning festival

PM struggles to convince his own MPs to change the definition of marriage

UK: Traditional understanding of marriage ‘not discriminatory’

UK: Senior cabinet minister highlights same-sex marriage threat to religious freedom

Army Removes Crosses, Steeple from Chapel

Sen. Rand Paul: ‘Our Nation Is Adrift’

Gen. Dempsey: If Women Can’t Meet Military Standard, Pentagon Will Ask ‘Does It Really Have to Be That High?’

    CNSNews (includes video): Gen. Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Thursday that with women now eligible to fill combat roles in the military, commanders must justify why any woman might be excluded – and, if women can’t meet any unit’s standard, the Pentagon will ask: “Does it really have to be that high?”

  • Posted: 01/25/2013
  • |
  • Category: Marriage & Family
  • |
  • Source:

  • Tags: , ,

Lesbian wife named Fort Bragg ‘spouse of the year’

Colorado Catholic Bishops to review hospitals defense arguing fetus is not a person

Boehner Vows To Stop Abortion Funding

Florida: Cape city attorney responds to objections to opening prayer

MO: Decision on abortion affects more than just the mother: A response to the ACLU

Okla.: State banks recognize religious rights by revisiting policies

Mexico’s most eminent newspaper reports on psychological devastation of abortion

Abortion is about ‘raw, brute, callous power over the helpless’: Dr. Charmaine Yoest

New Mexico lawmaker defends bill from claims it outlaws all abortions after rape

Networks Censor Word “Life” From March for Life Coverage

New Bill Stops Taking Teen Girls Out of State for Secret Abortions

Contraceptive Mandate Challenge By Pennsylvania Diocese Dismissed On Ripeness Grounds

Another Small Business Challenge To ACA Mandate Filed

Georgia Gop Sen. Chambliss Won’t Seek Re-election

Hundreds of Thousands Gather for Record-Breaking March for Life

Rhode Island House votes to redefine marriage, Senate results uncertain

Ri Senate Leader: Exemption Key To Marriage Debate

Liberals irate as Senate passes watered-down filibuster reform

WV Poll: Republican Capito has wide lead over possible challengers

Separation of Church and State, Disaster Edition | Avi Schick at WSJ

    Avi Schick at Wall Street Journal: In coming days, the Senate is expected to approve $50.5 billion in federal aid for the victims of Hurricane Sandy. This is in addition to the $9.7 billion in aid approved earlier this month. The Federal Emergency Management Agency and Department of Housing and Urban Development will determine how most of the aid is distributed. Their to-do list should include a clear message that houses of worship and other religious institutions will be fully eligible for assistance.

  • Posted: 01/25/2013
  • |
  • Category: Religious Liberty
  • |
  • Source:

  • Tags:

Defenders Of Prop. 8 Prepare For Supco Hearing | One News Now

Supreme Court sets dates for marriage cases | Florida Baptist Witness

Herr Professor | World Magazine

Obama’s ‘Gay Rights’ Agenda on Collision Course With Religious Liberty

Obama NLRB Recess Appointments Unlawful, D.C. Circuit Says

Unlikely Coalition Fights Contraception Mandate | Roll Call

‘We are not cannon fodder’: Woman conceived in rape calls out pro-lifers over rape exceptions

Colorado Grants ‘gays’ Civil Unions

England and Wales: Legislation to redefine marriage introduced

The Paradox of Persons Forty Years After Roe | Gerard V. Bradley at Public Discourse

“Russian Duma gives first nod to nationwide ban on gay propaganda”

With Protests, Egyptians Mark Uprising Anniversary

“Gays Can Take Care of Themselves, Say Same-Sex Marriage Opponents” | Garrett Epps at the Atlantic

Amicus plea: Don’t rule on DOMA now