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Jerusalem has Jewish roots, imagine that!

Temple Mount

As part of the constant attempt by the Palestinian authority to delegitimize Israel, Jerusalem continues to be a political target. Many people today take for granted what took about 50 years to create: A Palestinian Jerusalem! To delegitimize a people …

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Study: Less sex education leads to less sex

virginity is good

Teen pregnancies in England fell dramatically after cuts to sex education program funding, according to a new study. The analysis, published in the Journal of Health Economics last month, examined the effect of budget cuts to government-run teen pregnancy-prevention programs—including …

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Chicago police get free speech education

Officers in the Chicago police force will undergo training on First Amendment rights after pro-life advocates and sidewalk counselors filed suit. Attorneys with the Thomas More Society filed the lawsuit on behalf of two pro-life groups and several individuals who …

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New study shows euthanasia is about fear, not pain

Canada legalized euthanasia

A Canadian study published in the latest issue of the New England Journal of Medicine says patients requesting euthanasia aren’t necessarily in physical pain—they’re in “existential distress.” Canada legalized euthanasia last summer, and since then, hundreds have opted for the …

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A vice president who prays

Vice president Mike Pence

Vice President Mike Pence may not be Catholic anymore, but that didn’t preclude him from headlining the 13th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast on June 6. Each year thousands of Catholics gather in Washington, D.C., to share a meal and …

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Saved by an atheist | Do humans matter or not?

Sarah Irving-Stonebraker

Find out how a famous atheist started a secular humanist on the road to faith in Jesus Christ. Sarah Irving-Stonebraker was on the fast track to academic stardom. A native of Australia, Sarah had won the University Medal and a …

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Supreme Court refuses to hear former Marine’s appeal

Monifa Sterling

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court missed an opportunity to clarify religious liberty law by refusing to hear a former Marine’s appeal, Family Research Council (FRC) representative Travis Weber said. The U.S. Supreme Court declined June 5th to hear the …

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