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Lesbian teacher bans cross jewelry, plasters class with LGBT propaganda

The Christian religious liberty defense group Liberty Counsel sent a demand letter to the Hillsborough County Public Schools on Thursday to protest a lesbian activist teacher who allegedly banned some of her students from wearing Christian jewelry and turned her classroom into an intolerant, pro-LGBTQ propaganda zone.

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Once again, Time magazine’s top 100 influential people list shortchanges the religious world

Each year, Time magazine comes out with its “100 Most Influential People” list, which is often clueless about the world of religion. Well, it’s deja vu all over again. This year’s selection did not fail to disappoint.

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BREAKING: Iowa lawmakers pass bill defunding Planned Parenthood

The Iowa House of Representatives and the state Senate voted this week to deny $400,000 to 12 Planned Parenthood clinics in the state and redirect patients to other federally-qualified community health facilities.

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Hijabi Artist Channels Beyoncé For Debut Of Her ‘Resistance Music’ And Video

Mona Haydar is a Syrian-American artist from Flint, Mich. She wears a hijab with pride. She’s been a performance poet for 13 years, writing about love, trauma, loss and joy.

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Healing after Abortion

There is mercy after abortion. And a woman who had an abortion in her youth extends a hand of hope in her new book, A Journey to Healing Through Divine Mercy, written for Catholic publisher Marian Press by Teresa Bonapartis.

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The loneliness of the middle-aged man

It made for a bold headline when the Boston Globe published The Biggest Threat facing middle age men isn’t smoking or obesity. It’s loneliness.

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‘Communism for Kids’ Turns Deadly Ideology Into a Fairy Tale

In order to make the deadliest ideology of the 20th century palatable to young Americans, “Communism for Kids” is coming to a bookstore near you. This newly released book from MIT Press “proposes a different kind of communism, one that is true to its ideals and free from authoritarianism.”4

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A fraternity was told it was ‘appropriating culture.’ Administrators won’t say which.

Don’t blame college students for their hostility to free expression. The fault ultimately lies with cowardly school administrations, who so often cave to student demands for censorship. Or as some now prefer to call it, “empowering a culture of controversy prevention.”

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The March for Science Is Willing to Get Political. But Will It Welcome Religion?

Hundreds of thousands of researchers, educators, and doctors will take to the streets tomorrow, holding nerdy signs and sporting pins with slogans like “I Believe in Science.”

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After-school programs make a difference for kids, community, group says

A group of young violinists kicked off a summit on after-school programs Friday with a fine rendition of the national anthem.

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Why You Can’t Meet The Health Professionals Who Object To Transing Kids

Transgender rights have been in the news often, whether it’s over bathrooms or Boy Scouts. Many people wish would this mind-numbing pile of issues would just go away, either because the concept of anyone being transgender is unsettling, or because it seems like such a trivial problem in comparison with everything else.

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