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This Chart Proves It Doesn’t Have to Cost $245,000 to Raise a Child

The average cost of raising a child is over $245,000 – and that doesn’t cover college costs. That number comes from a report released Monday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It includes money spent on a child’s education, housing and food. But while $245,000 is the number dominating headlines (including – OK, OK — [...]

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In Canada You Can’t Destroy Viable Geese Eggs, But You Can Abort Viable Unborn Babies

Whether your summer involved staying around home visiting the local swimming holes or travelling great distances, the chances are most of us will have seen Canada geese at some point. And, if not the geese themselves, certainly their ill-placed feces scattered across lakeside beaches.  Though majestic in flight, these large fowl have become a nuisance [...]

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Cops Arrest 500 Johns in Sex Trade Crackdown

Law enforcement agencies across the country collaborated in a recent series of sex stings that netted the arrests of almost 500 men seeking to buy sex and 14 pimps and traffickers, officials will announce Wednesday.  The police crackdown, part of an annual “National Day of Johns Arrests,” led to more arrests than any previous sex [...]

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Feminist Professor Who Assaulted Pro-Lifers Sentenced to Three Years Probation and Anger Management

University of California Santa Barbara Professor of Feminist Studies, Mireille Miller-Young, has been sentenced in a criminal case in connection with an assault on pro-life young people who took the pro-life message to the UCSB campus.  Miller-Young was sentenced to 108 hours of community service, 10 hours of anger management, and three years probation for [...]

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Freedom Of Religion Or Belief Crucial To EU’s External Policy – Analysis

Fundamental freedoms and human rights are at the heart of the founding treaties of the European Union (EU) and these are protected under member states’ national legislation. The Charter on Fundamental Rights also sets out the civil, political, economic and social rights of European citizens and all persons resident in the EU.  Freedom of religion [...]

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Financial support for grandparents who look after children

David Cameron signals that thousands of ‘unsung heroes’ could get same rights to paid leave as parents.   Hundreds of thousands of grandparents who look after their grandchildren could be given parental rights to paid leave and greater financial support, David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister highlighted how more than 200,000 grandparents are getting a [...]

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Reducing Maternal Mortality in Nigeria

With its vast natural resources, the African country of Nigeria has the wherewithal to lift itself out of poverty without foreign help.  If it would put its oil money to work educating its population, building a first-rate infrastructure, and creating an industrial base, it could be another Japan. But the West is trying to impose [...]

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Want a Happy Marriage? Avoid These Behaviors

Whether you live happily ever after could have more to do with what happens before you say “I do” than people may realize  What men and women do in their single lives makes a difference in their marriages down the road, according to a study released Tuesday by the National Marriage Project. Those with more [...]

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Living Faith in a Changing America

Russell D. Moore enjoys a unique vantage point for viewing the cultural conflicts of America today. Elected president of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission in 2013, he is the point man for the denomination’s public response to the nation’s moral concerns.  What changes or developments in American culture are of greatest concern [...]

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Professor Death Supports Doctor Death

I think it is time to start calling Peter Singer ”Professor Death.” The Princeton moral philosopher–an oxymoron in his case–is the world’s foremost proponent of infanticide. He usually uses examples of disabled babies, but the reason he believes they can be killed is that they are supposedly not “persons.” Thus, Singer has refused to state that killing a [...]

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Norway’s closely watched prostitution ban works, study finds

Norway’s ban on buying sex has reduced human trafficking and has not increased violence against women, as some had feared, a study commissioned by the government said. Following the example of its neighbor Sweden, Norway criminalized buying sex in 2009, but critics said the law would push prostitution underground, making women more vulnerable and increasing [...]

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