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California AG files felony charges against pro-life activists

Pro-life activist David Daleiden

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed 15 felony charges against pro-life activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt on March 28, alleging they illegally recorded conversations during their 2015 undercover investigation of Planned Parenthood and its connection to the fetal tissue …

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The silent suffering of gay men | An unspoken epidemic

Ideas have consequences, and bad ideas have victims. False promises of love and personal fulfillment are no exception. Over a year and-a-half after the Obergefell decision, the debate over gay marriage and homosexuality has largely fizzled out: partly because of …

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VP Pence’s marital integrity draws criticism

Mike and Karen Pence

WASHINGTON — A Washington Post reporter’s claim that Vice President Mike Pence never eats alone with a woman who is not his wife has drawn a storm of criticism from opponents but praise from evangelicals. A March 28 profile of …

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The JCC bomb threats perpetrator was caught, now what?

There has been over 150 bomb threats either emailed or phoned in to Jewish Community Centers (JCC) in the USA and other parts of the world since the beginning of 2017. Along with several Jewish cemetery desecrations and antisemitic graffiti, an eerie …

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Christian student and Muslim professor clash over religion

Marshall Polston

A Christian college student was suspended last week after months of conflict with a Muslim professor. Marshall Polston, a 20-year-old sophomore, claims he was suspended for defending his faith. School officials at Rollins College, a small private school outside Orlando, …

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