Pastors challenge IRS rule with partisan talk | The Press Enterprise

Pastors Defy IRS Rule on Church and Politics

Range Of Recent Legal Victories Is Ample Cause For Thanksgiving | Alan Sears at the Alliance Defending Freedom Blog

At public meetings, fights over prayer drag on | San Francisco (AP)

Judge Grants Injunction Against HHS Mandate for Bible Publisher | Heritage Foundation

How US churches exploit tax exemption to promote faith-based politics | The Guardian

Pastors Challenge IRS Rule With Partisan Talk | NBC Bay Area

Attorney: Religious Freedom Trumps Redefinition Of Marriage

Video: Rev. Sirico Responds to Court Ruling on Tyndale House and Obamacare | The at Acton Institute

Another Victory for Challengers of HHS Mandate | Ed Whelan at NRO

Conservative legal group advises Christian clerks on gay marriage licenses | Salon

“Free Speech on Campus” Events | Speak Up Movement Blog

Two Law Schools Limiting Meetings By Federalist Society | Jordan Lorence at Speak Up Movement

Irish Mother’s Death Tragic—Just Like Using it to Promote Abortion on Demand | Paul Coleman at Townhall

Atheist Group Sues IRS Over Church Involvement in Political Campaigns

Appeals court hears arguments over worship in NY public schools | Reuters

Judge grants HHS mandate injunction to Bible publisher | EWTN

ADF Offering ‘fresh Look’ In NYC Church Case | One News Now

Senator Blunt Applauds Ruling Against ObamaCare Health Care Mandate

Marriage, Direct Democracy and the Supreme Court | Jurist

“The Twilight Zone” and Romney in 1961 | Matt Bowman at Townhall

Fighting the good fight for religious freedom | NRL News Today

Atheist group sues IRS over churches endorsing politics | World

Judge allows religious company to reject Obamacare contraceptive coverage for time being | Washington Post (AP)

Case Surrounds Whether Tenn. Gov’t Can Define a ‘Ministry’

Bible Publisher Beats Obama Abortion-HHS Mandate in Court | Life News

The Problem with Speech Codes: The Video Version | Travis Barham at Speak Up Movement

How Churches Have Brought the IRS to Its Knees: If God plays politics, then God should pay taxes.

Top 10 reasons against Roe v. Wade | LiveAction News

    Rebecca Downs at Live Action News: Wednesday night, Students for Life of America’s group, Law Students for Life, and Harvard Right to Life held a debate, as part of the Law Students for Life tour. The debate was titled “Should Roe Survive Another 40 Years?” The event was broadcast live via USTREAM, and it is still up on the “Resources” section of the Law Students for Life website for those who are interested . . . Instead, the event first featured a presentation from Steve Aden, from Alliance Defending Freedom, followed by Professor Teresa Collett, of the University of St. Thomas School of Law. Now, I consider myself someone well-versed in the pro-life movement and the Roe v. Wade decision. However, there was much I learned from Aden’s carefully crafted presentation, which started off with the premise that Roe v. Wade is the single worst decision the Court has made and is a Supreme Court decision that the pro-choice side has never been able to get the other side to fully accept. The rest of his presentation involved the top-ten reasons to support his premise. The following portion of the article is my recounting of Aden’s reasons and explanations.

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Fighting for Religious Freedom: Archbishop Chaput Receives the Edwin Meese Award | First Things

    First Things: I don’t have any illusions about “earning” this award. Dante has a circle somewhere in The Inferno for people who believe their own good press. But I’m very glad to accept the Meese Award to serve the efforts of the Alliance Defending Freedom. The ADF does crucial work for religious liberty, and it’s never been more urgently needed than now. Ed Meese, Robert Bork, Chuck Colson, Robert George—all of these men whom the ADF has honored in the past are heroes to me. I’m grateful to be included in their company . . . The wind is the business of God. Success is the business of God. Our business is to fight the good fight. Philippians 4:6-7 says “Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, will keep your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Again: Our business is to fight the good fight. The Alliance Defending Freedom is vitally important in that work. That’s really why I’m here today—not to be honored, but to honor the ADF, its leaders and its staff, and to ask all of you to continue your generous support for its service.

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Atheist Group Sues IRS Over Church Endorsements | Tennessean

“Gays Can’t Force Christian Clerks to Issue Same-Sex Licenses” | Charisma News

Nevada Court Chooses Life | One News Now

Freedom From Religion Foundation sues IRS for failure to enforce ban on church politicking | God Discussion Blog

Atheists sue IRS for ‘Pulpit Freedom Sunday’ | Washington Times

FFRF Challenging Pastors’ Free Speech | One News Now

In Canada, a ‘watershed’ religious freedom win | Baptist Press

Tennessee Church Fights for Tax Exemption | Citizen Link

Atheist Group Sues Over Religious Electioneering

Beware of False Profits | FRC

Florida ends funding discrimination against Christian college | Alliance Defending Freedom

ACLU Eagerly Takes Up Case of Sex Offenders in California | Alan Sears at American Thinker

VA: Roanoke County Board of Supervisors passes prayer policy for its meetings

Aggressive Secularism at the Heart of the EU | Paul Coleman at the Bell Towers

After The Election | Alan Sears at the Alliance Defending Freedom

Freedom from Religion to expand | WI State Journal

Eugenics Still Alive and Well in 2012| Mike Norton at the American Thinker

Attorney: Gov’t Wants To Confine Religious Freedom

Bible Publisher Takes on Obama Abortion-HHS Mandate in Court | LifeNews

Bible Publisher Challenges Abortion Drug Mandate

Attorney: Gov’t Wants To Confine Religious Freedom | One News Now

Tyndale v. HHS Mandate | One News Now

PP’s False Billing Called Out | One News Now

We Must Continue Fighting the Obama HHS-Abortion Mandate

Faith And Freedom Endure – Even In The Face Of Some Terrible Storms | Alan Sears

India Law Bans the Golden Rule | Benjamin Bull at Christian Post

Dear Planned Parenthood: Mammogram Referrals Are Not Same as Mammograms | Casey Mattox at Townhall

Complaint to IRS Against Catholic Bishops is Bogus ‘Scare Tactic,’ Religious Rights Attorneys Say | CNSNews

Soros-funded group accuses Catholic bishops of ‘electioneering’ for Romney | LifeSiteNews

College allows transgender student in women’s locker room | ABC30 (includes video)

On Cuss Words, Character and Confucius | Piero Tozzi at the Bell Towers

    Piero Tozzi at the Bell Towers: Restoring dignity to the Office of President is not something to be taken lightly – character matters, and the President should be a role model. Integrity radiates from the top: as Confucius noted, the virtuous ruler is like the pole star, setting the standard for those around him. When those in high office act virtuously, people are inspired to virtue. And when that happens, young lads stop cussin’ around the house… Actually Confucius did not say that last bit, but of this much I am confident: there will be no more upending the ottoman in an effort to reach the remote in order to hit the mute button and prevent an assault on tender ears when a President Romney or his minions speak.

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