Chicago loses big battle in 10-year case against inner-city Christian ministry

Sudan: USCIRF gravely concerned by trial of pastors

Kenya: Almost 100 schools forced to close as Christian teachers fear al-Shabaab attacks

Headscarves and religious freedom in the fashion industry

Malaysia church to reinstall cross it removed following April protest

Malaysia has more religious freedom than US, Singapore, Christian group says

Iran sentences 18 to prison over faith

Pressure grows for gay marriage in Germany

Marriage: democracy on trial

The birth of transableism: Why our culture bites absurd bullets

From transgender to “transable” for BIID

Remarriage in the United States: If at first they don’t succeed, do most Americans “try, try again”?

Fornight for Freedom: Freedom to Bear Witness

    USCCB: The Fortnight for Freedom: Freedom to Bear Witness will take place from June 21 to July 4, 2015, a time when our liturgical calendar celebrates a series of great martyrs who remained faithful in the face of persecution by political power—St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher, St. John the Baptist, SS. Peter and Paul, and the First Martyrs of the Church of Rome. The theme of this year’s Fortnight will focus on the “freedom to bear witness” to the truth of the Gospel.

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Eyeing Supreme Court gay marriage case, Mike Lee unveils bill protecting religious schools

Republican candidates who go wobbly on marriage deserve to lose

    The Stream: Public opinion on same-sex “marriage” has shifted so quickly that major Democratic candidates for president in 2008 still had to pretend to believe in man-woman marriage (that is, “marriage”). It was only after Joe Biden gave the game away that President Obama officially endorsed same-sex marriage as soon as he did — in May 2012. By that time, a majority of Americans were just starting to tell pollsters they agreed. Now, a mere three years later, only the most stout-hearted public figures can make the man-woman marriage argument that Barack Obama was still making in April 2012.

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Analysis: “Sex change” surgery: What Jenner should know – from someone who suffered through it

“Arrested Development” actress Mae Whitman celebrates Planned Parenthood

Pro-abortion EMILY’s List announces top 2016 targets

Jenner’s transformation is a lose-lose for liberal ideology

I’m a liberal professor, and my liberal students terrify me

Why I am opposed to gay marriage

Liberalism can’t understand sex

NARAL: Eugenics OK if it’s “choice”

Abortionists have killed more Americans than lived in U.S. in 1880

Placing government into counseling room

Petal Pushers: Left digs in on florist’s rights

ADF pleads with school district: rethink gender-free policy

California court rules for feather but not religious freedom

Boise State University stops making pro-life groups post warning signs for their events

‘Discrimination:’ The conversation killer

Two realizations that empower religious liberty

    Canon and Culture: The 1950s and 1960s marked the beginning of sweeping societal upheaval in the United States. The most sensational headlines have always gone to sex (the sexual revolution), drugs (the pharmacological revolution), and rock and roll (the musical revolution), but alongside this well-known triumvirate the Baby Boomers also brought us fast food and frozen dinners (the culinary revolution). These revolutions are all related. They have cross-pollinated one another and they share common dependencies. They all endure, with any of the four of them likely to steal the headlines on any given day. They have not, however, progressed all at the same pace.

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Boise State revises policy that required warning signs for pro-life events