“Obama phones Jason Collins, offers support after athlete admits he’s gay”

Videos, court fight fuel surging debate on abortion

Activists target National Day of Prayer leader for opposing marriage redefinition

NFL reminds teams of sexual orientation anti-discrimination policy

Media pulls out all stops to normalize homosexual behavior in sports

DE: Glasgow Church marriage sign stirs up social media

Be Cool: A New Guide for Culture, Politics and Policy | Alan Sears at Townhall

The Collapsing of the American Skull: The parameters in which we allow ourselves to think about vital issues shrink remorselessly. | Mark Steyn at NRO

Obama Admin Hires PR Firm Using Taxpayer Money To Sell Obamacare

Fox News to air one-hour special on Gosnell trial

President Obama Backs Out of Planned Parenthood Fundraiser Speech

“Scouting is for honor, not sex and politics: Caving to gay agenda would trash its traditions” | John Stemberger at Wash. Times

France: Ordinary homophobia vs. friendly atmosphere

“Boy Scouts’ proposal says it’s OK to be gay–until you’re 18″ | MSNBC

“French police assault a priest protesting gay marriage. This debate is bigger and uglier than the mainstream media admits” | Telegraph

    Telegraph: Not so in France, where it’s turned incredibly French. It’s surprising to discover that, in a country with a proud tradition of secularism and political liberalism, only a slight majority of Frenchmen support the bill to legalise gay marriage that faces the National Assembly on Tuesday – and opinion is evenly split on a parallel bill to let gay people adopt children. More remarkable still has been the scale of the opposition’s street protests: the largest drew 340,000 to Paris in a demonstration of popular will normally associated with the Left. This has received very limited coverage in the European and American mainstream media, where there also seems to be a veritable blackout about the state’s violent response.

  • Posted: 04/22/2013
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  • Category: Global: Marriage and Family
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  • Source: blogs.telegraph.co.uk

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“Poll: Sen. Portman’s support dips after he changes mind on gay marriage” | The Hill

Mormon Parenting: The conjugal and revisionist views of marriage

The end is (not) near in gay “marriage” debate | Peter Sprigg at LifeSiteNews

New York Times Defends Its Insubstantial Coverage of Gosnell Trial

“Gay marriage: church leaders at odds with opinion in the pews, study suggests”

On “Emergency Contraceptives” and Religious Liberty | Ed Whelan at NRO

Rasmussen: 71% Think Pop Culture Encourages Sexual Activity Among the Young

72 Members of Congress Demand Media Coverage of Gosnell Trial

Clinging to Guns—and Abortion | Daniel Henninger at WSJ

    Daniel Henninger at WSJ: Political correctness—the silent code that decides whose side of the story gets elevated and whose side gets buried—has been a blunt but effective weapon, which the dominant liberal culture has used to achieve a lot of victories over “them” the past 40 years. But the wins have come at a price. That price is the return of an unmistakable, growing and potentially destabilizing bitterness in American politics. A fairer-minded media would be the best way to level the playing field. Absent that, our politics will be leveled by other means. What the major media think then, if they’re still around, won’t matter.

  • Posted: 04/18/2013
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: online.wsj.com

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Three important perspectives on same-sex marriage | Phil Lawler at Catholic Culture

“Nancy Reagan supports same-sex marriage, daughter Patti Davis claims”

“Commentator: People forced to agree with gay marriage”

Beginning Of Abortion Grief From Gosnell Trial | Examiner

The Media After Gosnell | John Fund at NRO

Relatives Describe Women’s Death After Pa Abortion | AP

Will Kermit Gosnell change the abortion debate? | Washington Post

The Banality of Bias: Journalists are awfully liberal, Arendt they? | James Taranto at WSJ

From Roe to Gosnell: The Case for Regime Change on Abortion | James Taranto at WSJ

    James Taranto at Wall Street Journal: What accounts for the media’s lack of interest in a trial that not only is sensational but implicates the most divisive social and political issue in America? PJMedia.com’s Roger L. Simon has the answer: “The trial of Dr. Gosnell is a potential time bomb exploding in the conventional liberal narrative on abortion itself.” . . . The reductio ad absurdum of the pro-abortion side is Kermit Gosnell. That is why the Gosnell case has crystallized our view that the current regime of abortion on demand in America is a grave evil that ought to be abolished.

  • Posted: 04/16/2013
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: online.wsj.com

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NBC/WSJ Poll: “Latinos move in favor of gay marriage”

Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ is Not Inevitable, It’s Just Not Novel Anymore | Jeremy Dys at Engage Family Minute

Same-Sex Marriage Fever: Prohibition Parallels | Doug Mainwaring at Public Discourse

Pro-Lifers Flood Twitter With 100s of Gosnell Tweets a Second

Pa. Abortion Doc’s Murder Trial Enters 5th Week | AP

“Gay marriage, Democratic leaders and the rush to follow”

African-American Clergy Coalition speaks out on marriage

“Study: support for same-sex marriage at 43 percent in Minnesota”

West must stop US pastor’s anti-Islam move: Iran MP

Kermit Gosnell Is Not an Outlier

Wikipedia Considers Deleting Entry Regarding Kermit Gosnell

“The 50 most powerful lesbian and gay Americans” | Out.com

Shocking Photo Shows Empty Media Benches at Kermit Gosnell Trial

    LifeNews: Casey Mattox, an attorney with the pro-life legal group Alliance Defending Freedom, also noticed the empty benches and responded. “Like many, I’m both not surprised and disgusted by the fact that the bulk of the media continues to ignore the multiple murder trial of Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist accused of killing a Nepalese immigrant and at least seven infants, born alive and grotesquely murdered with scissors,” he said. “Gosnell’s employees have testified that the babies screamed and flinched when Gosnell and his team snipped their spines to brutally and painfully end their minutes-old lives. Yet, the media deems this not newsworthy. While the first, and perhaps more likely rationale, is that this is exhibit 108 in the ongoing public trial of the media’s integrity on the abortion issue, perhaps there’s another answer. Dog bites man.”

  • Posted: 04/12/2013
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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Congressman: If Gosnell Killed Babies With a Gun It’d Be National News

“N.H.L. Announces Initiative to Support Gay Athletes”

“Social Science Study Still Spooking Gay Advocates” | Austin Ruse at C-FAM

Bozell: ABC, CBS, NBC ‘Deliberately Censoring’ Bad News on Obamacare

Abortion After Tiller | Justin Dyer at Public Discourse

Homosexual beaten in French Muslim neighborhood, media blames opponents of marriage redefinition

The monstrous abortion trial the media don’t want you to know about | Fox News

“Mark Regnerus, University Of Texas Professor, Wades Further Into Gay Marriage Debate” | American Independent via Huffington Post

Networks Give Rutgers Scandal 41 Minutes, Gosnell Abortion Horrors 0

“Landrieu fails to lead on gay marriage” | Washington Post

CNN “Poll: Obama most popular on gay issues”

Jim Wallis Now Supports Marriage Redefinition

Party Like It’s 1984: How sexual liberationists torture language and logic.

British Christians fed up with ‘coarse, sneering’ mockery of Christianity

Bozell: MSNBC Stands for ‘My Son Needs to Belong to the Collective’

Same-sex marriage: A mother-daughter talk | MSNBC (video included)

“Even Dictionaries Grapple With Getting ‘Marriage’ Right” | NPR

    NPR: Lexicographers know they’re on the hot seat as they confront the changing uses of the word. When Merriam-Webster revised its definition a few years ago, it went with a two-state solution. It kept an older definition for “marriage” as “the state of being united to a person of the opposite sex,” but it added a second definition as “the state of being united to a person of the same sex in a relationship like that of traditional marriage.” Not surprisingly, that triggered headlines like “Webster’s Redefines Marriage” on conservative websites.

  • Posted: 04/04/2013
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.npr.org

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Conservative Leaders Demand Networks Stop Censoring Gosnell Trial

“Gay son of Rep. Salmon defends father”

Marriage, Procreation and Historical Amnesia | Ross Douthat at NY Times

“What atheists can learn from the gay rights movement” | Herb Silverman of Secular Coalition at Washington Post

How controversial are President Obama’s judicial nominees? | Washington Post

Peggy Noonan Interrupts Blackout as Networks Continue to Ignore Abortionist’s Trial

    Newsbusters: The Big Three networks’ morning and evening newscasts still haven’t covered the murder trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell as of Monday morning. ABC, CBS, and NBC have maintained their coverage blackout despite the graphic witness testimony and the in-your-face courtroom antics of Dr. Gosnell’s defense attorney during the first two weeks of the proceedings. The Philadelphia physician is charged with murdering seven newborn children at his decrepit abortion facility. This glaring omission by the broadcast networks would have continued, if Peggy Noonan hadn’t provided the first mention of the murder trial on Sunday’s Meet the Press on NBC.

  • Posted: 04/03/2013
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: newsbusters.org

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Justice Ginsburg’s Misdirection | NY Times Editorial

More Dishonest Coverage from Pro-Homosexual Media