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Parental Rights Amendment gains momentum

An international treaty now being considered may endanger American families. The government may be legally obligated to infringe upon parental rights if a controversial, legally-binding international treaty known as the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child is ratified. If this occurs, as the Obama administration urges, the treaty would supersede even the U.S. […]

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Al Gore’s firm supports alternative stem cell research

Former Vice-President Al Gore recently announced his involvement in a venture reportedly worth $20 million that will boost research in a major alternative to embryonic stem cells strongly supported by pro-lifers. The research will focus on induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS), which are made by reprogramming everyday skin cells to act like embryonic stem cells. […]

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Obama received 2 million red envelopes

A White House mailroom staffer has confirmed that nearly 2.5 million red envelopes have made their way to President Barack Obama to protest his pro-abortion record. The staff member says the campaign is one of the largest efforts he can recall in his 35 years working at the White House. The mailroom worker, identified in […]

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College students choose ‘friends with benefits’ sex

In a recent survery, 60 percent of college students said they had been in a “friends with benefits” relationship – a no-commitment sexual arrangement. The study, published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior and featured on FoxNews.com, supports previous research on why students have these relationships. Researchers interviewed 125 students at Wayne State University […]

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Miss California gets standing ovation

Miss California Carrie Prejean may have her critics in Hollywood and the pageant industry, but she found a friendly crowd when the audience at the 40th annual Gospel Music Association Dove Awards gave her a standing ovation. Prejean was runner-up in the Miss USA pageant, and some observers believe she lost the crown when she […]

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Can the recession cause you to pack on the pounds?

Consumers are used to buying cheap cereals and processed foods in order to save money. And in the midst of a recession, this unhealthy habit may seem more crucial than before. But, the reality is that these are the very foods that are causing obesity, inflammation and sickness. According to some nutrition experts, a recession […]

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Churches censoring the national anthem?

“In God we trust.” It’s our national motto. Yet even this simple statement of faith is being challenged by those who would remove any acknowledgment of God from the public square. Sadly, many Christians, and even our churches, are unwitting supporters of this censorship. We are censoring ourselves! How? The national motto did not just […]

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Parents let neighbors take kids to church

Most American parents would let their children attend church with trusted neighbors, according to a survey by LifeWay Research. The study explored “how many parents were open to their children attending if they didn’t have to be the ones to take them to church,” Scott McConnell, associate director of LifeWay Research, said in LifeWay Research […]

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Dallas Cowboy Jason Witten fights domestic violence

Jason Witten remembers the pain. The Dallas Cowboys tight end remembers the screaming, the confusion and all the other terrible consequences of domestic violence. He doesn’t want others to experience what he did growing up. So he’s doing something about it. While many NFL players occasionally throw a requisite bone to charities to satisfy their […]

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