National Review: For gay marriage and against Christian teaching

    Denny Burk: The National Review is a leading journal of conservative opinion. It should not be lost on us that many conservatives are eager to shed the albatross of traditional marriage. They view it as a political loser. Younger conservatives can hardly comprehend any reason to oppose gay marriage. At this point, the Republican party is divided on the issue with traditional social conservatives being the only ones holding the line. Those social conservatives have always been viewed as a key part of the Republican coalition. For the time being, they still are. But how long will that last? That a leading journal of conservative opinion would publish an article like this tells us something about the future of political conservatism in America.

  • Posted: 05/21/2015
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    The Pulse: Last week, I wrote about Hillary Clinton’s disturbing assertion that her agenda for America and the world includes changing the “deep seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases” that stand in the way of “reproductive rights” (translation: abortion on demand). I suggested that Republican presidential candidates need to be asking Mrs. Clinton and her supporters to tell us exactly what actions they intend to take to change the religious beliefs of American people on this issue and others that conflict with her radical governing vision.

  • Posted: 04/30/2015
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  • Category: Religious Liberty
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What the White House’s opposition to “conversion therapy” means

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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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Fear and loathing in American politics

Cameron and Miliband back religious freedom

Guest Commentary: In defense of not hosting Log Cabin Republicans

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Abortion opponents go on offense

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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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Ohio insists it can censor pro-life campaign ads

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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

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

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

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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