NPR Poll Shows Americans Don’t Want Teens Buying Morning After Poll

Pro-abortion Congresswoman introduces resolution urging states to ban sexual orientation therapy | Life Site News

Ohio Democrat: Investigate Every Homeschool Parent

Atty. Hopes Ohio Amish Family Can Return Home Soon

Planned Parenthood Tries to Keep Montana Parents in the Dark on Their Daughter’s Abortion

Scientist create ‘robotic sperm’ to help with fertilisation and drug delivery

Guardian For Amish Girl’s Medical Decisions Seeking To Withdraw

“Congresswoman Speier Calls Again for End to LGBT Conversion Quackery”

What’s Love Got To Do With It? | Kellie Fiedorek at Alliance Defending Freedom

Grandparent visitation case appealed to ND Supreme Court

UK: Child taken from womb by social services

Israeli State Rabbinical Court Fines Mother For Refusing To Have Son Circumcised

“Sixth Graders Polled On Gay Marriage, Abortion And Gun Control”

Pathways: Thanksgiving events, ‘Surviving the Holidays’ and more | News-Sentinel

Parents make good school choices, study says

When Government Keeps Teens from Seeing the Therapist | Robert Carle at Public Discourse

Are We Entering “A Brave New World”? | Nathan Cherry at Engage Family Minute

Conservative parents, left wing children | Dennis Prager at Human Events

Liberty Counsel Files Suit on Behalf of Family Against New Jersey Change Therapy Ban

Former IVF baby warns of “three parent” IVF dangers

UN Freedom Of Religion Official Recommends Controversial Sex Ed

Mesa boy’s parents sue state to allow him to be medicated with cannabis oil drops

Lawsuit challenges Wisconsin’s ‘cocaine mom’ law

Breastfeeding Mo. Mother Charged With Contempt

Scotland: School allows boy to dress as a girl – against mum’s wishes

Should We Be Allowed to Choose the Sexual Orientation of Our Children?

    Pacific Standard: In a New York magazine piece, “The Science of Gaydar,” writer David France looks at the growing scientific evidence for innate differences between gay and straight people. France ends by gazing toward the future, and asks the question, “What if prenatal tests were able to show a predisposition to gayness?” Well, France reports, “[Northwestern University psychological professor] Michael Bailey, for one, isn’t troubled by the moral implications any more than he would oppose fetal screens for potential birth defects, though he quickly adds his personal belief that homosexuality is ‘a good’ on par with heterosexuality.”


  • Posted: 10/17/2013
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Neglecting a Child in the Name of Children | Ken Connelly at Christian Post

Bishops’ Pro-Life Expert: Reg Would Force Parents to Pay For Daughters to Get Sterilization-Contraception-Abortifacient Counselling

Kids in California can now legally have three parents

GM babies plan is ‘eugenics’, say European politicians

Cal. Appeals Court: Spanking improperly labeled child abuse

When the bizarre is commonplace | Robert Knight at Washington Times

Jerry Brown signs California bill allowing more than two parents

Ohio hospital can force Amish girl to resume chemotherapy, court rules

Nebraska High Court: 16 Year Old Too Immature To Consent To Abortion, Despite Fear of Religious Foster Parents’ Reaction

Surrogate mother can argue for parental rights, Nevada Supreme Court rules

The Brave New World of Three-Parent Babies

Scotland: “Call for right to remove kids from gay marriage lessons”

German homeschooling family reunited – as long as they promise to attend state schools

Prosecutor Wants Jail For Homeschooling Parents | WND

France moves to ban child beauty pageants

State-Sponsored Kidnapping and Jail for Homeschoolers in Germany | HSLDA

    Donnelly said that a dozen lawyers from all over Europe gathered in Frankfurt to discuss other means for bringing attention to the problems faced by homeschoolers. Roger Kiska, Alliance Defending Freedom’s senior European counsel was among the attorneys gathered.

    HSLDA: “The right of parents to homeschool should be respected and ADF is committed to working along with HSLDA and others to protect this important freedom from being marginalized. We have a variety of international tribunals we can look to besides the European Court of Human Rights which has been very antagonistic to homeschoolers and parental rights in general,” he said. “The act of these local authorities to take the Wunderlich children is unconscionable and those responsible must be held to account.” Donnelly was encouraged by the growing group of supporters for homeschooling freedom in Germany, including attorneys and family advocates from all over Europe, such as Andrea Williams from Christian Concern of the United Kingdom, Viktor Kostov of Bulgaria, and Vasillios Tsirmpas of Greece, both attorneys affiliated with Alliance Defending Freedom.


  • Posted: 09/18/2013
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  • Category: ADF in the News
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  • Source: www.hslda.org

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Tenn. Judge: Parents Can Name Their Baby ‘Messiah’

“Pa. Lawmakers To Target Gay ‘Conversion’ Therapy”

UK Decision to Allow Creation of Three-Parent Human Embryos is Problematic

“Alabama Supreme Court ruling isolates grandparents, deals blow to children’s rights”

German Christian sect raided and children put in care for spanking

Swedish family hit with huge fine for homeschooling their child

Germany: Homeschooled children seized in shocking raid

OH: Guardian For Medical Decisions of Amish Child Can Be Appointed Even If Parents Are Not Unfit

Court Sides With Ohio Hospital On Amish Girl Care

“Gay couples to sue Neb. to become foster parents”

ND grandparents sue to visit their grandchildren

Pa. Supreme Court to take on kindergarten attendance case

Gov. Chris Christie Torpedoes Future Presidential Bid And Harms Children To Boot | Liberty Counsel

‘Gay’ lawmaker to Christians: ‘We’ll take your children’

    Matt Barber at World Net Daily: Things get more sinister yet. On Wednesday, New Jersey Assemblyman Tim Eustace, who sponsored the bill and is openly homosexual, bombastically compared change therapy to “beating a child” and suggested that the government take children seeking change away from their parents. He told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, “What this does is prevent things that are harmful to people. If a parent were beating their child on a regular basis we would step in and remove that child from the house. If you pay somebody to beat your child or abuse your child, what’s the difference?”


  • Posted: 08/23/2013
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.wnd.com

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Via Surrogacy, Some Men Opt To Become Single Dads

3 NYS Dems Want to Follow NJ GOP Gov. Chris Christie In Banning Conversion Therapy

To Oklahoma’s American Indian tribes, Veronica is a battle cry for cultures

Gov. Christie Harms New Jersey Children By Signing Change Therapy Ban. Liberty Counsel Will File Suit.

WI: Complaint Filed On Judge Who Changed Baby’s Name, Cited Jesus

Judges OK 75% of Waivers for Arizona Teens to Get Abortions Without Parental Consent

‘Sinister’ state guardian plan for every Scots child

Lesbian couple must recognise biological father’s rights, French court says

What Are the Rights of Donor-Conceived People?

Malaysia court quashes Hindu kids’ conversion to Islam

Public schools can be fixed by ending compulsory attendance law

NY: Ready Access to Plan B Pills in City Schools without Parental Consent

Parenting Columnist Targeted By Ky. Board Sues

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rejects “Mature Minor” Doctrine For Religious Objections To Medical Treatment

Is a Sperm Donor Ever a Dad? Time-Honored Answer in Jeopardy in California

    Harvard Law Bill of Health Blog: hould a man who donates his sperm to a woman so that she can have a child through medically assisted reproduction later be able to claim parental rights to any resulting child? Would your answer change if the man and woman had an on-again off-again romantic relationship in which they tried for years to conceive “the old-fashion way” before turning to assisted reproductive technologies (ART)? How about if the couple briefly reconciled after the child was born during which time the man grew increasingly attached to his biological son? These are the questions now wending their way through the California judicial and legislative systems.


  • Posted: 07/09/2013
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: blogs.law.harvard.edu

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UK government backs three-person IVF