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Fetal organs harvested for lab rats

StemExpress

Graphic video footage of a Planned Parenthood worker picking through the tiny remains of an aborted child intensified scrutiny on the nation’s largest abortion provider on Friday, even as new revelations broke about the market for fetal tissue. David Daleiden …

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Whom do evangelical insiders favor in 2016?

Marco Rubio

WASHINGTON—Good news for Marco Rubio, Scott Walker, and Carly Fiorina. Mixed news for Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz. Bad news for Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, and Ben Carson. And if anyone thought Donald Trump or Chris Christie were picking up …

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New rules protect military from predatory loans

Military

The Obama administration has issued new rules strengthening protections for military service members against predatory lending. The final regulations, announced July 21 by President Obama, closed loopholes in the Military Lending Act, a 2007 law designed to keep predatory lenders …

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Who are we to judge?

relativism

Back in the 1980s, Herbert Stein, who chaired the Council of Economic Advisers under presidents Nixon and Ford, articulated what came to be known as “Stein’s Law”: “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.” What Stein had in …

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