Pro-lifers predict Planned Parenthood will run to 9th Circuit

On the verge: NC’s abortion waiting-period law

Do you know the history of the Pill?

California Senate approves bill to allow assisted suicide of elderly and disabled

Why can’t we all just get along?

Court ruling allows Empire State officials to leave life off their plate

Getting a handle on Boko Haram

What’s next for the healthy marriage initiative?

Marriage done right: Business strategies and marriage strategies aren’t the same

Christians at Phoenix protest stand between Muslims and anti-Islam crowd

Sex trafficking and forced marriages flourish under China’s one-child policy

Schools seek protection for marriage views

Maynard lobbied Gov. Brown on aid-in-dying bill just before her death

The right to know

North Carolina passes pro-life bill for 72-hour abortion waiting period

There is no fundamental right to marry

Obama’s reformation: He urged–and then forced–a conversation about religion and democracy

    The Weekly Standard: Well, if a decade ago America lacked “serious debate” on how to reconcile faith with democracy (or, one might add, on how to reconcile democracy with faith), then Obama surely has spent the intervening years doing everything possible to force what he might call a “national conversation.” That conversation is not just about faith and democracy, but also about the non-democratic parts of our government, the administrative agencies promulgating new laws and the courts creating new civil rights, which in turn collide with religious freedom, raising questions our country is only beginning to grapple with.

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The next gay-rights battle: Ending discrimination in the workplace

Judge turns sarcastic – rips Chicago’s attack on ministry