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From the LA Times: The California Supreme Court announced today that it will hear oral arguments on the legality of the state's gay marriage ban on March 5. The hearing is one of the most anticipated in the court's history. Supporters and opponents of Proposition 8 will...

Every afternoon the streets of Amsterdam are filled with bicycles. Atop the bicycles are mothers and fathers bringing their children home from school. Mothers ride with a child on the back, one riding on the front and a baby closely nestled in a...

CNA Reports: Confirmation hearings for President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice nominees are reportedly proceeding so quickly that Republicans and outside groups are unable to make meaningful criticisms of their intense support for abortion rights and other moral issues. One critic said the nominations portend the...

A federal judge just refused to grant a preliminary injunction protecting donors to Prop 8 from harassment. This one judge refused any kind of immediate reasonable, legal protection–not just for big donors, but for every ordinary Californian who gave even a few bucks to protect marriage....

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The Following article was published in The Exception Magazine. Recently, much of the gay marriage debate has been focused in California; however, in the past few weeks the debate has returned to its roots on the East Coast.  The group, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders...

  The following is a press release sent out by Alianza Latinoamericana para la Familia (Latin American Alliance for the Family, ALAFA) in response to President Obama’s recent action involving the “Mexico City Policy.” Latin Americans Don’t Want President Obama’s “Aid” On January 23rd, U.S. President Barack Obama...

In 1996, gay marriage percolated to the political forefront starting in Hawaii when several gay couples sued for the right to legally marry. Pro-family organizations and policy makers, in an effort to get in front of the movement, passed The Federal Defense of Marriage Act...

There's no getting out of it--every choice comes with an inevitable and inescapable consequence. The trick is to look ahead, analyze the consequence, and decide if it's something to be lived with. When I look at the line-up of choices about to be...

Top Conservatives On Twitter, or TCOT, is a group of conservative voters who interact on the popular social networking site, Twitter. Recently, UFI President Beverly Rice addressed members of TCOT on the topic of the destruction of the family despite the UN's Universal Declaration of...

Gay-Rights Boot Camp (LA Times): Determined to avoid the mistakes of their last, losing campaign for gay marriage, gay rights activists are launching the first of what they hope will be many “marriage equality training camps” in Los Angeles this weekend. The idea is to train activists...

The Mexico City Policy: The Mexico City Policy, also known as the Mexico City Gag Rule and the Global Gag Rule, is a United States government policy which requires all non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that receive federal funding to refrain from performing or promoting abortion services in...

A new crowd is in Washington, D.C., today – hundreds of thousands of pro-life marchers who gather here every January to mark the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. That Supreme Court decision in 1973 gave us abortion on demand and has resulted in a destruction...

In Canada, the legalization of Same-Sex Marriage is now paving the way for the legaization of polygamy.  The AP reports: Canada's decision to legalize gay marriage has paved the way for polygamy to be legal as well, a defense lawyer said Wednesday as the two leaders...

If you visited the White House website yesterday morning, you would have been introduced to a defense of the right to life, the need for lower taxes and the sanctity of traditional marriage. But within hours, as power changed from a president of one party...

Expectations from the left are at an all-time high. The new Obama administration, although promising to be bi-partisan, has sullied great favor with those who would stomp on the rights of the family for the right to abortion, sexual orientation and the like. ...

The air is crisp and cold. Flags are waving. People are cheering. The military salutes. Another President is inaugurated. And people who care about families, marriage between a man and a woman, the sanctity of life and religious liberty stand...

U.N. Treaty Might Weaken Families One of the issues American families could face this year is the ramifications from a treaty called the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Why should passage of the CRC be of concern? It likely would have a...

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As you know, Pastor Rick Warren was invited by President-elect Barack Obama to give a prayer at his inauguration. Obama’s decision to invite Warren ignited a firestorm of hatred and invective from the intolerant, militant homosexual rights movement. Warren was called a Nazi and a...

In U.S. President-elect Obama's speech in Berlin he talked about being "a fellow citizen of the world".  He described the burdens of global citizenship that "continue to bind us together".  He said, "Partnership and cooperation among nations is not a choice; it is the one way,...