Another step in saga of Swedish home-schooling family | One News Now

California Delivers Free Condoms to 12-Year-Olds

Iowa Supreme Court: Married lesbians have constitutional right for both to be on baby’s birth certificate

The “Plan B” pill dispute explained | Lyle Denniston at SCOTUS Blog

NY Judge Urged Not To Delay Morning-after Decision

Swedish court rejects homeschool family’s desperate appeal | LifeSiteNews

Planned Parenthood MT to sue state over parental consent bill

Another appeal to Sweden re: home-schooling family | One News Now

Swedish Court Rejects Homeschool Family’s Desperate Appeal | HSLDA

Some Republicans help defeat Florida school choice legislation in Senate

Missouri House Advances Amendment on Parental Rights

FDA: Morning-after Pill To Move Over The Counter

School forces girls to ask for lesbian kiss

State officials keep boy “captive” for four years | MercatorNet

Homeschoolers’ request for asylum questioned by judges

U.S. Christians Rally Around Home-Schooling Romeiki Family Facing Deportation

Topekan honors twins with tattoo: Current ‘sperm donor’ case drudges up memories for Daryl Hendrix

Supreme Court of Sweden asked to free abducted homeschooled boy | Alliance Defending Freedom

Sweden: Homeschool Parents Have 1 Shot To See Son Again | WorldNetDaily

To Whom Do Children Belong? | Melissa Moschella at Public Discourse

Rasmussen: 57% Oppose Over-the-Counter Sales of Morning-After Pill to Youngsters

Buy a Decongestant, Show ID; Buy an Abortion Pill, No ID | Michael Brown at Townhall

    Michael Brown at Townhall: The last time I bought some daytime cold medicine at the grocery store, I was flagged by the machine in the self-checkout aisle, requiring me to show my ID to the cashier. Since I’m 58 years-old with gray hair and a white mustache, the cashier quickly waved me on, but the lesson was clear: In order to buy something as harmless as Dayquil, I needed to be at least 18 years-old. Yet according to a recent court ruling, a minor can buy an over-the-counter abortion pill without showing any ID. What kind of madness is this? It is the madness of a society spinning into moral chaos, a society in which . . .


  • Posted: 04/10/2013
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Judge rules FDA must issue death after life | Catherine Glenn Foster at American Thinker

The Sound of Tyranny for German Home School Family | Robert Knight at Townhall

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

OR: Juvenile Court May Order Immunization of Children In State Custody Over Religious Objections of Parents

Court order on abortion pills puts young girls at risk | Alliance Defending Freedom

NY Judge Rules ‘Morning-After’ Pill Available To Girls Any Age, Over the Counter

Focus on the Family Executive: Homeschool Asylum Case ‘Critical’

Smacking: Scots Lib Dems narrowly vote against ban

Chris Christie mum on ‘gay conversion’ bill

What is Parenthood? | Nancy E. Dowd at Family Scholars

    Nancy E. Dowd at Family Scholars: In What is Parenthood? Linda McClain and Daniel Cere bring together an interdisciplinary group of scholars in a dialogue about parenthood, marriage, and the role of law, loosely organized around two radically different models. The integrative model generally views optimal parenthood as marital; optimal marriage as heterosexual (based on a perspective of sex differences); and optimal parent-child connections as biological. The alternative diversity model defines parent-child relationships not only by biology or adoption but also functionally, without attachment to a particular number or gender of parents, or to marriage as a preferred parental status.


  • Posted: 03/21/2013
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Three-person IVF moves closer in UK

Public Ok With Creating Babies From 3 People UK Gov’t Says

The Romeikes’ Fight for Individual Liberty | Jillian Kay Melchior at NRO

Montana Parental Notification Act Being Threatened

Oklahoma Approves Bill for Parental Notification on Abortion

Oklahoma Group Pushes for Parental Notification Law on Abortion

Obama Admin Wants to Deport Christian Homeschoolers

Homeschooling as a fundamental right of parents

Sentences for Teaching Sentences | Ben Bull at Townhall

Kansas sperm donor case: Former same-sex partner seeks involvement

Same-sex couples win more than visitation rights in custody battles

Had The Woman Been A Man… Comments On The Echr Ruling Of X And Others V. Austria On Homosexual Adoption And The Abandonment Of Natural Law.

German homeschoolers get day in U.S. court

Kansas high court rules non-biological same-sex parent can have parental rights

German Home-school Parents Appeal Asylum Ruling

Baby and mom win, family on track together | One News Now

NHS experts: Scots schools should give morning-after pill

Judge rules that Texas teen can keep her baby in forced abortion case

US Supreme Court to hear Baby Veronica case in April

Texas Teen Sues Parents Over Abortion Fight

“Florida judge reportedly allows gay man, lesbian couple to be on daughter’s birth certificate”

Washington: Abortion notification hearing a full house

New York City schools handed out 12,721 doses of Plan B last year without parental consent

NY Schools handing out “morning-after” pills

Pastor In Same-sex Parent Dispute Remains Jailed

New Bill Stops Taking Teen Girls Out of State for Secret Abortions

Equality vs. Liberty | Eugene Volokh at the Volokh Conspiracy

Washington: Abortion notification bill to be heard

European Court of Human Rights rules that mother’s parental rights were breached

NH: Non-religious ‘opt-out’ for sex education proposed

Vatican: Children should have mom, dad after Italy high court upholds custody for gay mother

Abortion’s Forgotten Victim: The Aborted Baby’s Father

    LifeNews: Everyday more the collective mindset of “rights” gains ground in this country. We see sophisticated advertisements on all media for a myriad of issues – from animal rights to gay rights, from the right to bear arms to women’s reproductive rights. It’s the catchiest of all catch phrases – our rights. Forty years ago, however, the Supreme Court opined that men have zero reproductive rights – none what so ever.


  • Posted: 01/14/2013
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Chemerinsky Urges Compulsory Public Schooling and the Elimination (and Unconstitutionality?) of Private Schooling

State says woman in Topeka sperm donor case deceived agency in child support claim

Icelandic Girl Fights For Right To Her Own Name

Liberty Counsel Files Brief at Appeals Court Against California’s Ban on Change Therapy

Surrogacy: Renting Wombs in India Exploits the Powerless

Kansas sperm donor to lesbian couple ordered to pay child support prepares for battle

Sweden: Court terminates parental rights in homeschool case

“Iowa judge rules gvt docs must list mother’s wife as child’s ‘parent’”

Quebec’s ‘totalitarian’ take on religious education in high school | Barbara Kay at the National Post