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ObamaCare ruling appealed by Justice Department

While President Obama’s Justice Department decided to give up its defense of DOMA, it jumped to the defense of its crown jewel, ObamaCare, the government takeover of healthcare. In fact they are seeking an expedited appeal of U.S. District Judge

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More teenagers choosing abstinence

The federal government’s latest survey on sexual behavior in the United States contains evidence that more teenagers are choosing abstinence over sex. In the 15 to 24 age group, 29 percent of females and 27 percent of males report never

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DOMA defense now in the House’s hands

On Friday, House Speaker John Boehner released a statement saying that he will “convene a meeting of the Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group for the purpose of initiating action by the House to defend” the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). “It

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MFI launches new website to better serve families

This week, MFI launched a completely revamped website that vastly improves our ability to communicate with you, and also gives you better tools to communicate with your friends, family and elected officials. Though the website is brand new, the domain

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Rutgers dorms going co-ed

This fall, students at Rutgers University will be allowed to pick roommates of the opposite sex while living in campus housing. According to press reports, the move is intended to welcome more homosexual students to campus. The school’s decision comes

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DOMA remains on state, national radar

President Obama was probably hoping that his decision to abandon the defense of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) would be a blip in the news cycle and conversations would quickly shift back to Libya, Wisconsin and the economy. But

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