Category Archives: Featured

4th Circuit Invalidates NLRB Appointments

Queen Elizabeth II gives royal approval to marriage redefinition

Prop 8: Why It’s Still Good Law And The Fight To Defend It Is Far From Over | Kellie Fiedorek

City of St. Paul stops fighting statue of Jesus atop bluff | (includes video)

Churches seek to defend riverfront cross display attacked by ACLU | Alliance Defending Freedom

ND Judge: 2011 Abortion Law Unconstitutional

ACLU vs. Gideons’ Bibles | Alliance Defending Freedom

CA: Marriage dispute ready for ruling (UPDATED: Stay denied) | SCOTUS Blog

CA Supreme Court case concerning Prop. 8 moves forward without stay | Alliance Defending Freedom

“Calif. Court Declines To Stop Gay Marriages” | AP

In the midst of an angry pro-abortion mob: what happened Friday night in Texas (eyewitness account)

Reid open to vote on “fringe issue” – 20-week abortion ban

NYT: GOP not extreme on abortion | Joe Scarborough at Politico

New test of California same-sex marriages | SCOTUS Blog Saturday update

Prop. 8 proponents ask Calif. Supreme Court to uphold rule of law | Alliance Defending Freedom

“Gay marriage opponents ask California court to deny wedding licenses” | LA Times

MI federal court refuses to stop contraception mandate, says “secular” company can’t exercise religion

Sidewalk Sunday School no longer banned in public park | Alliance Defending Freedom

Republican attorneys general: the unsung heroes in challenging the Obama agenda

Pa. attorney general says she won’t defend state’s marriage laws

IL Supreme Court unanimously upholds parental consent law | Alliance Defending Freedom

Illinois Upholds Parental Notification on Abortion After 18-Year Legal Battle

“British Appeals Court Holds Christian B&B Owner Illegally Discriminated Against Gay Couple”

4th Circuit in Liberty U. case: Congress had Commerce Clause authority to pass Obamacare employer mandate

Reid prepares Senate to go ‘nuclear,’ end nomination filibusters

63% of Babies Aborted in Texas Are Black or Hispanic; Annual Total Exceeds Population of Galveston

“Civility, bullying and same-sex marriage” | Ryan T. Anderson at Kansas City Star


Americans United for Life Outlines Issues at Stake in Texas

“Senate Panel Oks Bill Banning Anti-gay Job Bias” | AP

6th Circuit upholds Shelby Co., Tennessee restrictions on sexually oriented businesses

Federal judge blocks new Wisconsin abortion law

Obama Suspends the Law Like King James II | Mike McConnell at WSJ

Not Qualified For Obamacare’s Subsidies? Just Lie — Govt. To Use ‘Honor System’ Without Verifying Your Eligibility

Fla. school’s ban on Easter egg hunt invitations lifted | Alliance Defending Freedom

Free speech no longer boxed in at LSU | Alliance Defending Freedom

4th Circuit reverses earlier Baltimore Pregnancy Center victory – at least for now

IVF baby born using revolutionary genetic-screening process

    Guardian: The birth demonstrates how next-generation sequencing (NGS), which was developed to read whole genomes quickly and cheaply, is poised to transform the selection of embryos in IVF clinics. Though scientists only looked at chromosomes – the structures that hold genes – on this occasion, the falling cost of whole genome sequencing means doctors could soon read all the DNA of IVF embryos before choosing which to implant in the mother.

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Alliance Defending Freedom’s Infranco: Prop 8 Fight Isn’t Over | Newsmax (video)

The Declaration of Independence and the American Creed

What Three Dissents Signal for Marriage’s Future | Ryan T. Anderson at Red State

Do Traditional Marriage Supporters Deserve to Be Treated with Dignity? | Jim DeMint at Heritage Foundation

Critics say Supreme Court’s Prop 8 ruling takes power from voters, gives it to state officials

ObamaCare’s employer mandate delayed until 2015

UK government backs three-person IVF

“Video: Kenyan deputy president strongly rebuffs Obama on gay ‘marriage’: ‘We believe in God’”

Meet the man behind the Federal marriage amendment

    National Journal: The Supreme Court may have given a boost for same-sex marriage supporters, but that doesn’t mean Rep. Tim Huelskamp is giving up. Late last week, the Kansas Republican introduced a constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage. To be sure, adding an amendment to the founding document of the United States is a long shot to say the least, even if it gains some attention in the beginning stages.

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Costs of marriage fight will be staggering

NAACP, ACLU attack AZ bill prohibiting gender- and race-selection abortions, motion to intervene filed | Alliance Defending Freedom

No free speech for university employees? | Alliance Defending Freedom

Supreme Court “carjacked the nation” with same-sex rulings, Perkins says | CBS Face the Nation Video

Same-sex marriage decisions beg question, should America’s new motto be ‘in polls we trust’? | Cal Thomas at Fox News

Univ. at Buffalo charges pro-life group $650 for free speech | Alliance Defending Freedom

Rule of law bypassed in Prop. 8 case | Alliance Defending Freedom

Prop. 8 legal team files emergency application with Supreme Court | Alliance Defending Freedom

Fed. judge blocks Mich. ban on domestic partner benefits

Court should have upheld heterosexual marriage | Austin R. Nimocks at USA Today

“Prop 8: Gay marriages can resume in California, court rules” | LA Times

Marriage redefinition doesn’t trump religious freedom for Del. clerks

US Supreme Court scrutinizing Okla. RU-486 decision | Alliance Defending Freedom

Supreme Court to hear challenge to Okla. restrictions on abortion drugs

Today: Supreme Court refuses to hear two marriage challenges

Obama: All States Should Redefine Marriage, Const. Amend. to be introduced in Congress | PBS

Supreme Court Decisions Mean Marriage Debate More Important Than Ever | Jim DeMint at the Heritage Foundation

“Pleased by court rulings, backers of gay marriage now gird for fight to extend it nationwide” | Star Tribune (AP)

Homosexual lobby’s next target: Benefits in all 50 states

Not So Fast: Prop 8 Is Still California Law