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State website: Abortion ‘easier than it sounds’

According to the Boston Herald, a state-funded sex education website tells teenagers that an abortion is “much easier than it sounds.” The website, mariatalks.com, is glossing over the ugly truths of abortion and even counseling them on how to keep

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DOMA gets its defender

Former Solicitor General Paul Clement has been tapped by House Republicans to defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) following the Obama Justice Department’s decision to abort its constitutionally required duty to defend DOMA against legal challenges. Speaker Boehner sent

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Congress hears case for marriage

On Friday, the US House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution held a hearing on DOMA and the administration’s decision to not defend the law. Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ), who chairs the subcommittee, called three witnesses to discuss the largely unprecedented

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Testimony in Opposition to SB12

Testimony in Opposition to SB 12, A Proposal for a Legislative Amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth relative to the subject matter of initiative petition Joint Committee on the Judiciary April 14, 2011 As a public policy organization, Massachusetts

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Soul Surfer has strong opening weekend

Thanks in part to the great work of faith communities around the nation, the inspirational movie “Soul Surfer” had a very successful opening weekend last weekend. The movie surprised the movie industry by finishing the weekend with the second highest

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School renames Easter eggs Spring Spheres

A sophomore at a private high school in Seattle, Washington, while participating in a community service project, encountered a third grade teacher who required that Easter eggs being handed out during class be referred to as “Spring Spheres.” “At the

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Maryland sends bathroom bill to defeat for year

The Maryland Senate has ended debate for this year on their version of the “bathroom bill,” leaving gay activists “greatly disappointed.” The Senate voted 27-20 to send the bill back to committee for further study, with advocates saying they will

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Same-sex marriage looks dead in Rhode Island

Even with the House Speaker and Governor throwing their weight behind it, same-sex “marriage” looks to go down in defeat once more in the Ocean State. Rhode Island legislators have been hearing loudly from voters that same-sex “marriage” is a

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Senate to vote on Planned Parenthood funding today

For three decades, Planned Parenthood has received billions in taxpayer funds. Despite being a billion-dollar-a-year corporation, Planned Parenthood annually receives $363,200,000 – 33 percent of its income – from “government grants and contracts,” that is, from taxpayer dollars. By the

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