Category Archives: Featured

Total victory against Md. county’s ‘forced speech’ law for pregnancy centers

Univ. of Ga. sued for limited speech to less than one percent of campus

Giving grief to Planned Parenthood

Obamacare forcing pro-life family to pay for other people’s abortions

Ariz. school district’s bathroom policy jeopardizing children

ADF: Supporting Prop. 8 shouldn’t be a fireable offense

More on NARAL’s push to remove ads for crisis pregnancy centers from Google

On Nat’l Day of Prayer, Colo. Supreme Court hearing case on prayer proclamations

Contraception mandate turning into abortion mandate?

ADF to Bhutan: Respect religious freedom

Beyond equal access: fair and equal treatment for churches

Does North Carolina law punish those who perform same-sex marriage ceremonies?

Are there reasons women shouldn’t be allowed to abort? A question for abortion advocates

ADF lawsuit prompts Kan. school district to end ban on religious speech

Did Sarah Palin really compare baptism to waterboarding?

Douglas Napier on the Chuck Morse Speaks podcast

European Court of Human Rights issues landmark ruling protecting church authority

Did Justice Kennedy ‘Schuette Down’ the Same-Sex “Marriage” ‘Inevitability’ Narrative?

In Hawaii, atheists “lei” in wait for churches meeting in public schools

Alabama Supreme Court: Chemical damage to the unborn constitutes damaging a child

Three women are claiming to be “married” and are expecting a child

A response to “Freedom to Marry, Freedom to Dissent”

ACLJ files lawsuit on behalf of student denied admission due to religious beliefs

ADF represents Colorado-based Fellowship of Catholic University Students

Supreme Court has Free Speech concerns in SBA List case

Alabama Supreme Court upholds rights of the unborn

Alan Sears’ opening remarks at ADF’s Catholic Media Symposium in Rome

“Answering a Modern Pharisee”: There aren’t new arguments regarding same-sex “marriage”

Yes, GOP voters still support marriage between one man and one woman

National Organization for Marriage files to defend marriage in Oregon

ADF on oral arguments in SBA List case: Americans have the right to speak up for free speech

Millennials are rejecting the Moral Majority approach, embracing apolitical stance

    Canon and Culture: “With apologies to the Beatles, the last thirty years have left many Millennials with some baggage. The fire-breathing model of engagement practiced by some leaders of the “Moral Majority” left many Millennials with a bad taste in their mouth. The disillusioned and justly confused Millennial masses include many young pastors and scholars who find their identity in the vibrant “big gospel” movement of the last decade (like the New York Times, you may have just heard of it). Young Christian leaders today often express a desire to distance themselves from the Moral Majority and its ilk, adopting an “apolitical” or relatively indifferent political stance.”

  • Posted: 04/21/2014
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Kennedy’s question: How will the court decide Hobby Lobby?

One-third of vegetative patients may be conscious: study

    MacLean’s: “As many as one-third of vegetative patients are misdiagnosed, according to a new study in The Lancet. Using brain imaging techniques, researchers found signs of minimal consciousness in 13 of 42 patients who were considered vegetative. ‘The consequences are huge,’ lead author Dr. Steven Laureys, of the Coma Science Group at the Université de Liège, tells Maclean’s. ‘These patients have emotions; they may feel pain; studies have shown they have a better outcome [than vegetative patients]. Distinguishing between unconscious, and a little bit conscious, is very important.’”

  • Posted: 04/17/2014
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Appeals judges question right to sue in Oklahoma marriage case (audio)

Court blocks enforcement of abortion pill mandate against ministry of Dr. James Dobson

ADF appeals decision against churches meeting in NYC public schools

Judge stays most of Ohio marriage ruling

Crosses spark a Constitutional fight

ADF: 10th Circuit should uphold right of Oklahomans to affirm marriage

Va. college system eliminates “free speech zones”

Federal judge nullifies North Dakota “fetal heartbeat” law

AZ governor signs bill allowing surprise inspections of abortion clinics

Russell Moore: Same-sex “marriage” and the future

Federal judge orders Ohio to recognize out-of-state same-sex “marriages”

ACLU sues Michigan over failure to recognize same-sex “marriages”

Ross Douthat: Diversity and dishonesty

Jordan Lorence: Opposing government coercion is true “price of citizenship”

Charles Krauthammer: Thought police on patrol

Professor incites destruction of student newspaper while university shrugs

Virginia AG files brief supporting redefinition of marriage

Judge grants request to force Indiana to recognize couple’s same-sex “marriage”

ADF: Mich. school district on solid ground to allow Easter egg hunt fliers

10th Circuit panel hears arguments in Utah marriage case

Sebelius resigns after troubles over health site

Italian court orders town to recognize New York same-sex “marriage”

Colo. House committee temporarily withdraws bill that eliminates protections for unborn children

Court orders UNC–Wilmington to pay, promote professor after retaliating against him

Ind. referral service for women in need too “controversial” for city buses

No honor in his hometown: Jesus not welcome in Nazareth school

U.S. defends Mt. Soledad cross, but urges delay

Mollie Hemingway: The rise of the same-sex “marriage” dissidents

European Court of Human Rights rules against Hungarian church registration law

Kevin D. Williamson: The liberal gulag