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Wyoming judge censured for gay marriage position

religious freedom

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Proponents of religious liberty have expressed mixed opinions on the Wyoming Supreme Court’s censure of a judge for saying her religious beliefs would prevent her from performing same-sex weddings. Judge Ruth Neely’s counsel from Alliance Defending Freedom …

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Beauty and the Beast and our obsession with remakes

Beauty and the Beast

“Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme.” And we just keep retelling and re-singing it. I’m talking about the year’s biggest movie. In a segment on NPR last Wednesday, Bob Mondello documented the bizarre entertainment phenomenon known …

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Divide over Neil Gorsuch on display as hearings begin

Neil Gorsuch

WASHINGTON — Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation hearings opened Monday (March 20) with Republicans and Democrats, pro-lifers and pro-choicers, and conservatives and liberals pressing their conflicting cases regarding his nomination to the Supreme Court. The Senate Judiciary Committee began the latest hearings …

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Malaysian pastor kidnapped after helping Muslims

Malaysian Pastor Raymond Koh

It has been over one month since the disappearance of Malaysian Pastor Raymond Koh, whom family and friends believe was kidnapped because of his interaction with Muslim Malays. Police have arrested a suspect in the kidnapping but have not released …

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