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Homosexuals get license to wed in Kentucky county

Homosexuals get license to wed in Kentucky county

Homosexuals get license to wed in Kentucky county
Kentucky clerk won't accept gay marriage deal, goes to jail

Kentucky clerk won't accept gay marriage deal, goes to jail

KY clerk refuses gay marriage deal, goes to jail
'Grappling' with ideas doesn't include reading porn

'Grappling' with ideas doesn't include reading porn

'Grappling' with ideas doesn't include reading porn
Trump signs 'no third-party run' pledge

Trump signs 'no third-party run' pledge

Trump signs 'no third-party run' pledge
Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers

Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers

Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers
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TX pro-lifers decry dirty, dangerous clinics

Pro-lifers decry dirty, dangerous clinics

Charlie Butts
Friday, September 4, 2015
A case before the U.S. Supreme Court could impact abortion laws throughout the country.
Is Common Core losing its luster?

Is Common Core losing its luster?

Bob Kellogg
Friday, September 4, 2015
Twenty percent of third through eighth graders in the state of New York did not participate in Common Core testing last year, possibly weakening the controversial curriculum.
Global warming or natural variability?

Global warming or natural variability?

Chris Woodward
Friday, September 4, 2015
A new paper attributes spring floods in Texas and Oklahoma to manmade global warming. Still, critics say it could also be an issue of natural variability.
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KY clerk: I am prepared to go to jail

KY clerk: I am prepared to go to jail

Thursday, September 3, 2015
Kim Davis could become the first Christian in America jailed as a result of the Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage.
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Filing of lawsuit gets school's attention

Filing of lawsuit gets school's attention

Charlie Butts
Thursday, September 3, 2015
A Nevada lawsuit underlines the fact that many school districts simply don't understand that their ability to bar pro-life clubs has limitations.
Is Common Core losing its luster?

Is Common Core losing its luster?

Bob Kellogg
Friday, September 4, 2015
Twenty percent of third through eighth graders in the state of New York did not participate in Common Core testing last year, possibly weakening the controversial curriculum.
Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers

Rubio not a fav of immigration enforcers

Chad Groening
Thursday, September 3, 2015
An immigration enforcement group is hoping to boot Marco Rubio from the Senate and replace him with someone who opposes amnesty for illegal immigrants.
Media hears no story, public sees no evil

Media hears no story, public sees no evil

Bill Bumpas
Thursday, September 3, 2015
News executives at ABC, CBS and NBC are being challenged by pro-life leaders for failing to cover Planned Parenthood's baby-part trafficking scandal.
Ministry working to help deaf community

Ministry working to help deaf community

Bill Bumpas
Thursday, September 3, 2015
A Christian organization is making history by working on the first sign language evangelistic tool for the deaf community in the Middle East.
Catholic group seeks removal of liberal influence

Catholic group seeks removal of liberal influence

Charlie Butts
Thursday, September 3, 2015
An investigative organization is calling for a shakeup of leadership of the World Meeting of Families.
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