No retreat, baby, no surrender

Are liberals finally rallying to save liberty?

The unborn have feet, lets … but no rights?

Cruz to pastors: ‘Uphold sacrament of marriage’

Tory candidate calls same-sex marriage opponents ‘bigots’

Bobby Jindal: I’m holding firm against same-sex marriage

Nigerian churches engage actively in national electoral process

To move beyond abortion stalemate, reporters must ask tough questions

Rubio: “Same-sex marriage is not a Constitutional right”

Republican candidates say whether they’d attend same-sex wedding ceremonies

    The Atlantic: For two other candidates, the question isn’t hypothetical. Scott Walker opposes same-sex marriage, but he attended the reception of a family member’s wedding—though not the ceremony. John Kasich also opposes marriage equality, but he has plans to attend one soon. The Ohio governor’s explanation is straightforward: “My friend knows how I feel about the issue, but I’m not here to have a war with him. I care about my friend, and so it’s pretty simple for me.”


  • Posted: 04/21/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.theatlantic.com

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Fear and loathing in American politics

Cameron and Miliband back religious freedom

Guest Commentary: In defense of not hosting Log Cabin Republicans

In the wake of the Gosnell scandal, lawmakers have serious concerns about nominee

Abortion opponents go on offense

Five Democrat abortion policies more extreme than killing 7-pound babies

Same-sex weddings: What would Rick Santorum do?

“Conservative’ judicial activism for same-sex marriage: With amici like these, who needs enemies?

Democratic National Committee Chair avoids answering when she believes life begins and whether aborting a seven-pound baby is okay

Bill de Blasio – An unlikely ally of religion in New York City

Civil organizations condemn ‘ideological dictatorship’ against life and family at Panama summit

Sotomayor: Don’t blame the Justices for politicization of Supreme Court

The real religious freedom fight is about to begin — in Louisiana

Rand Paul turns the typical question on abortion exceptions around

    Life News: The media always pound pro-life Republican candidates like presidential hopeful Rand Paul with questions about exceptions in an attempt to make pro-life candidates appear as if they are unsympathetic about women victimized by rape because they don’ think killing the baby is the appropriate response. Reporters almost never ask pro-abortion Democrats hard-hitting questions about why they support late-term abortions, for example.


  • Posted: 04/08/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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Ohio insists it can censor pro-life campaign ads

Cyberbullying is wrong – but so is adultery

Iowa pastors play influential role in presidential race

Should religious organizations be allowed to worship in schools? NYC mayor reconsiders city’s policy

Church-state group wants IRS investigation of Cruz Liberty University speech

Any liberals for religious freedom?

Supreme Court refuses to hear case involving worship in NYC public schools

U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear appeal of ruling barring NYC churches from meeting in schools

NYC churches praying for help after losing court fights

Everyone but churches can use NYC schools – will the mayor do anything about it?

Indiana religious-freedom law emerges as 2016 Republican litmus test

NYC churches hope mayor keeps promise, rescinds worship service ban

Mayor De Blasio, don’t make these churches homeless!

New York City ban on worship services in schools left intact by Supreme Court

New York City to change rules to allow churches to rent schools

NYC churches set for Easter, future unclear

Supreme Court lets ban on churches in NYC schools stand

Supreme Court won’t force NYC to allow after-hours worship in public schools

Supreme Court allows NY schools’ worship ban to stand; churches look to mayor

Justices reject N.Y. church’s bid to use public school space

Decision time for Dems: Abortion rights or helping the poor?

A case for opening schools to worship

Democrats block bill to help sex trafficking victims a third time to push abortion funding

Mayor de Blasio emerges as an unexpected champion of religion

Reid blocks bill to help sex-trafficking victims because it doesn’t fund elective abortions

Laughing at the death of our republic

Scott Walker: “I’m pro-life on abortion, my position is consistent on that”

Obama administration urges nationwide recognition of same-sex marriage

The great Terri Schiavo divide

The rich roots and spoiled fruits of liberal toleration

Conservatives filing brief in favor of same-sex marriage

    The Washington Post: In the brief, the signatories argue that they “have concluded that marriage is strengthened, and its value to society and to individual families and couples is promoted, by providing access to civil marriage for all American couples—heterosexual or gay or lesbian alike. In particular, civil marriage provides stability for the children of same-sex couples, the value of which cannot be overestimated. In light of these conclusions, amici believe that the Fourteenth Amendment prohibits States from denying same-sex couples the legal rights and responsibilities that flow from the institution of civil marriage.”


  • Posted: 03/04/2015
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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  • Source: www.washingtonpost.com

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Truth-telling and the right of self-government: Why Obama’s marriage lie matters

New religious freedom official: the time for action is now

With GOP votes, Senate Committee approves pro-abortion Loretta Lynch as Attorney General

The ‘law’ of unintended consequences

Evangelical Christians much more politically engaged than rest of the UK

Oregon to swear in nation’s first openly bisexual governor

The most surprising same-sex marriage poll we’ve seen in a while

How the welfare state penalizes parents who marry

U.S. won’t help fight Boko Haram until Nigeria accepts homosexuality, birth control, bishop says

Young Brits reject religion, approve of atheist politicians

Planned Parenthood appeals Bobby Jindal administration’s rejection of abortion services in New Orleans

Why politics still matter: The temptation to withdraw is ever with us

    Christianity Today: It’s not news that politics can be dreary and dysfunctional. For this reason, as we begin another long season of presidential election politics, many Christians are running for cover, eager to avoid politics as much as possible. The reasons for withdrawal have become predictable. Some suggest politics is too broken, too corrupt, for Christians get involved in without sacrificing faithfulness. Others claim politics is a distraction from more spiritual pursuits. These are both long-held, persistent ideas, each with their own merits, but they are ultimately incomplete.


  • Posted: 02/12/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.christianitytoday.com

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Fewest Americans satisfied with abortion policies since 2001

What will matter to evangelicals in 2016

    The Wall Street Journal (Access via Google): Thomas Jefferson wouldn’t make it as a Sunday school teacher in a Baptist church. We don’t tend to recruit those who would cut apart a Bible to get rid of miracles and resurrections—for us the best parts—to instruct our children. Yet the same Baptists and other evangelicals who wouldn’t have let Jefferson near their baptismal pools were willing to check his name for president of the United States because he was willing to stand up for religious freedom.


  • Posted: 02/06/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.wsj.com

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No, it’s not ‘childish’ to insist on a reporting requirement for late-term abortions