Category Archives: Featured

Study: World War II Soldiers Relied on Prayer, Not Returning Home to Loved Ones, for Motivation

Curious IRS Timing: Did the tax agency also target groups that support Israel?

Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces: Making a sex tape a crime for troops

France: 400,000+ Protest Marriage Redefinition

The academy’s war on free thinking

    Joel Alicia at Washington Times: f our elite law schools are to serve their students and the country well, they must actively seek out the best minds representing all points of view. That does not imply giving conservative candidates preferential treatment when making hiring decisions; all candidates must be held to the same academic standards. It does mean, though, that law schools should be eager to hire scholars who represent perspectives that are absent from their faculties. Law school campuses would have a richer and more vibrant intellectual life as a result, and the country would be the primary beneficiary.


  • Posted: 05/28/2013
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New Zealand Pro-Family Organization Appeals Its Deregistration By Charities Board

Chinese baby rescued from toilet pipe after being flushed by parents

Obama Plans 3 Nominations for Key Court

Now the atheists go after the Boy Scouts

U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Alliance Defending Freedom Public Prayer Case | Brett Harvey

BSA disregards longstanding membership policy | Alliance Defending Freedom

Boy Scouts Vote To Redefine Timeless Values

    OnMyHonor.net: What’s Next

    “It is with great sadness and deep disappointment that we recognize on this day that the most influential youth program in America has turned a tragic corner. The vote today to allow open and avowed homosexuality into Scouting will completely transform it into an unprincipled and risky proposition for parents. It is truly a sad day for Scouting. The Boy Scouts of America has a logo that bears the phrase ‘Timeless Values.’ Today, the BSA can no longer use this phrase in good faith. It has demonstrated by its actions that the organization’s values are not timeless, and instead they are governed by changing tides of polls, politics and public opinion.


  • Posted: 05/23/2013
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Boy Scouts President: “Let Gay Boys In” (updates)

NYC Council resolution gives churches hope | Alliance Defending Freedom

Lesson for Us Iowans: Reluctance to Go the Full Distance Has Consequences | Doug Napier at Townhall

TX: Lesbian couple can’t cohabitate: Why not?

The New Birds and the Bees | Mark Regnerus at Public Discourse

“State’s new attorney general strives to put party aside” | Yakima Herald

Boy Scouts at the Brink: Vote Tomorrow

    OnMyHonor.net: Meeting Thursday in Grapevine, Texas, the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America will decide whether it will retain or revise its historic membership policy on the issue of homosexuality. The 1,400 voting members of the B.S.A. National Council hold the future of one of America’s most iconic organizations in their hands. In reality, they are not only deciding a matter of membership policy. They are actually deciding the future of the entire organization.


  • Posted: 05/22/2013
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IRS Hid Results of Probe of Targeting Pro-Lifers While Obama Campaigned

Inhuman: Undercover in America’s Late-term Abortion Industry | Video

House Republicans, taking on own leaders, promote legislation to ban abortion after 20 weeks

9th Circuit: Arizona cannot prohibit abortion beginning at 20 weeks gestation

Nearly 19,000 Americans to Boy Scouts: Uphold membership policy | Alliance Defending Freedom

Auto lighting co.’s case illuminates problems with abortion pill mandate | Alliance Defending Freedom

Wash. florist answers ACLU lawsuit | Alliance Defending Freedom

The IRS and the Drive to Stop Free Speech | David Rivkin and Lee Casey at WSJ

    David Rivkin and Lee Casey at WSJ (access via Google): Such a scandal was bound to happen after the government started trying to rule the expression of political views . . . The proper lessons of the unfolding IRS scandal are twofold. First, any effort to have the IRS police advocacy activities of social-welfare organizations is bound to be clumsy and prone to degenerate into either selective or broad witch hunts. Second, the remedy is not to further limit political speech by nonprofit entities—which would certainly raise significant constitutional issues—but to encourage such speech by imposing fewer restrictions.


  • Posted: 05/21/2013
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Prayer will be heard on high | Alliance Defending Freedom

Vermont Becomes Third State to Legalize Assisted Suicide

UK: Cameron effort to redefine marriage strains leadership, government

Nova Scotia: School Nixes Mother’s Day And Father’s Day For More Inclusive ‘international Day Of Families’

Redefined marriage forced on people of France

Federal judge blocks Arkansas abortion law – for now

U.S. House votes to repeal Obamacare, unanimous GOP support

Pentagon Recognizes Transgender Veteran, Advocates See A “Shift”

Think Progress: Religious liberty is big loser in the marriage battle

San Francisco Archbishop Says Americans Ready to Defend Marriage Despite Laws

Report: IRS denied tax-exempt status to pro-lifers on behalf of Planned Parenthood

Soros Gave $6.1 Million to Groups Linked to Pressure on IRS to Target Conservative Nonprofits

Second appeals court invalidates Obama’s NLRB recess appointments

NYC: See Topless Woman? Just Move On, Police Are Told

House of Horrors 2: New photos, testimony claim Texas abortionist kills babies born alive | Life News

Acting commissioner of IRS resigns, Obama says

A Sharper Abortion Debate After Gosnell Verdict | NPR

A Brief History of IRS Political Targeting | James Bovard at WSJ

Marriage Primer | John Stonestreet interviews Ryan Anderson on YouTube

Gosnell Gives Up Appeal, Prosecutors Agree to Life in Prison, No Death Penalty

Benefits restored to Montana’s disabled children of faith | Alliance Defending Freedom

6th Circuit upholds denial of asylum for persecuted German homeschoolers

EU Court Finds Swiss Assisted-suicide Laws Vague

“Calif. moves to comply with 2011 gay history law”

Minnesota approves marriage redefinition

Kermit Gosnell Found Guilty on Three First-Degree Murder Charges

IRS antics are nothing new, churches have been bullied for years | Erik Stanley at Speak Up Movement

IRS scrutiny went beyond Tea Party, targeting of conservative groups broader than thought

Vermont Legislature Approves Bill Legalizing Assisted Suicide

U.S. House Sargeant at Arms issues same sex spousal ID to Congressman

DOMA and the “Living Constitution” | Bradley Abramson at Townhall

IRS Apologizes For Targeting Conservative Groups

Home loan provider asking for halt to abortion pill mandate | Alliance Defending Freedom

Minnesota House votes to redefine marriage

Christian college’s suit against abortion pill mandate reinstated | Alliance Defending Freedom

Education Dept. eliminates ‘father,’ ‘mother’ from student aid forms

Federal Court Revives Mich. Law Barring Teachers’ Union Deductions

OH Prosecutor: Ariel Castro could face death penalty for murder of unborn children

Loveless Marriage And The Spectre Of Engineered “Singularity”

Student’s pro-life poster returns to walls of ND school | Alliance Defending Freedom

Kountze Cheerleaders Granted Victory in Bible Banner Case