Monthly Archives: November 2011

Ga. counseling student in court over view on gays

By DORIE TURNER, Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) — An attorney for a graduate school counseling student told federal judges in Atlanta on Tuesday that the student’s First Amendment rights were violated when professors at a Georgia university sought to punish … Continue reading

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AJC: On alcohol sales, religion gives way to economics

By Mark Davis The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Ray Newman has been studying a state map since last week’s Sunday alcohol sales referendums. A pastor and lobbyist for the Georgia Baptist Convention, Newman can cite one town after another where voters overturned … Continue reading

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Yet Another Attack on Marriage

The Foundry: Conservative Policy News Blog from The Heritage Foundation Thomas Messner November 2, 2011 Tomorrow, the Senate Judiciary Committee will begin debate on legislation that would repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). In 1996, Congress passed DOMA … Continue reading

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The Coming Church-State Wars

By Pat Buchanan (via Townhall.com) 11/1/2011 Appearing the other night on the Catholic network EWTN, I was asked by Raymond Arroyo what should be done about Muslim students at Catholic University demanding that the school provide them with prayer rooms, … Continue reading

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