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Clarence Thomas Slams Supreme Court “Bending the Rules” to Create “Putative Right to Abortion”

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spared no criticism in his dissent today in the Texas case where the high court invalidated health and safety measures that have protected women from dangerous abortions and saved the lives of thousands of unborn babies. Thomas said the Supreme Court was doing the bidding of the abortion industry and deciding to [...]

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‘Regretting motherhood’ debate rages in Germany

Is it possible to regret becoming a mother? The question first posed by an Israeli researcher has stirred a debate in Germany like in no other country, shattering a long-held taboo. “In Israel, it was settled in a week. In Germany, it has lasted for months,” said sociologist Orna Donath, whose study “Regretting Motherhood” was [...]

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Feds admit they’re not ‘equal partners’ with parents

After receiving a backlash from the homeschool community, the United States federal government is backing off its claim of having “equality with parents” when it comes to raising their children. Advocates of parental rights concerned about government overreach when it comes to their children’s development were relieved that the feds are not moving forward with [...]

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Faith leaders respond to Supreme Court’s abortion ruling

The Supreme Court sparked a flurry of responses from faith leaders on Monday after justices voted 5-3 to strike down parts of a controversial Texas abortion law. Pro-abortion rights religious groups celebrated the decision, arguing that the law had placed an unacceptable burden on women.

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Obama Threatens to Veto Bill to Combat Zika Virus Because It Doesn’t Fund Planned Parenthood

Pro-abortion President Barack Obama is threatening to block an aid bill to help combat the Zika virus in the U.S. because it does not include money for Planned Parenthood. The bill passed the U.S. House last week to provide $1.1 billion for prevention, research and other measures to stop the virus from spreading.

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The ‘Splainer: What does Pope Francis mean when he says ‘apologize’?

Pope Francis has done it again — stepped on an airplane and into the headlines, this time with a remark that the Catholic Church should “apologize” to homosexuals, women and other exploited groups.

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Obama prosecutor ‘silencing Americans with threats of arrest

Reaction to threatening comments from President Obama’s U.S. attorney in Idaho following the release of two Muslim boys accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl have been swift and severe. Wendy J. Olson, the U.S. attorney for Idaho, indicated in a statement Friday that Idahoans who spread “false or inflammatory information” about the alleged Muslim [...]

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Homosexuality, Marriage and Society

Twenty years ago Australia had a Year of Tolerance, courtesy of a quasi-governmental educational body. Among the materials sent to schools were glossy leaflets promoting a homosexual lifestyle. As a principal at the time I returned them with a note explaining that the parents in my school would not accept promotion of homosexuality to their [...]

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What does Brexit mean for bioethics?

It is tempting to provide an alarmist answer to this question. Yet it is wise to avoid the apocalyptic tone of recent media coverage and first to flag what is not going to change in UK biomedical ethics policy. As highlighted by a post on the Christian Medical Fellowship Blogs, the UK will not (or, at least, not [...]

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Why any job might be better than no job for teens

Jobs for teens used to be a summer staple, but increasingly, that kind of employment is hard to come by. It’s worth searching out, though, experts say, for the benefits kids reap — many of which have almost nothing to do with money. In May, employment for older teens, ages 16-19, was down 14 percent [...]

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Study: Overusing social media as an adolescent may hurt later love life

Social media allows adolescents to stay in constant contact with peers, but may keep young people, particularly boys, from developing key interpersonal skills they need to successfully manage some aspects of their relationships the rest of their lives.

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