Todd Starnes at Townhall (also at Fox News): Students in a general psychology class at Columbia State Community College were directed by their professor to wear “Rainbow Coalition” ribbons for an entire day and express their support for the homosexual community, said Travis Barham, an attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom. Barham is calling for the college to punish Dr. Linda Brunton and order her to apologize to the students whose constitutional rights he believes were violated, according to a letter he sent to the community college president. “Dr. Brunton essentially turned her General Psychology class into a semester-long clinic on the demands of the homosexual movement,” Barham said.
Kristi Burton Brown at LiveAction News: Our movement gains absolutely nothing by name-calling, turning on each other, and condemning fellow pro-lifers. Even when we disagree on strategy, we ought to respect each other as we are all fighting to save lives in the best way we know how. Should we have a discussion on the best strategy? Absolutely. Should we push each other to do our best; to do what’s right in this battle? Yes. Should we explain why we believe our strategy is most likely to succeed and try to convince others to jump on board? Sure. But all too often, I believe we pro-lifers may waste time arguing within our own ranks, pushing our own ideas as the only correct standard, and, in the end, talking more than we are acting . . . Kristi Burton Brown is a pro-life attorney, volunteering for Life Legal Defense Foundation and also as an allied attorney for Alliance Defending Freedom.
Examiner.com: Tomorrow, at Noon, on the West side of the Capitol, the TEA Party will host a rally to “Audit the IRS.” Kentucky’s junior senator, Republican Rand Paul, will address the assembly, along with Texas Senator Ted Cruz and several other members of Congress. Glenn Beck and other conservative leaders will also speak; calling attention to the IRS scandal, where the agency targeted groups and individuals based on their political activity. Guest Speakers: . . . Austin R. Nimrocks , Alliance Defending Freedom . . .