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An Oregon school district on Monday fired a pro-life teacher following his opposition to a series of Planned Parenthood presentations. Bill Diss had taught at Benson Polytechnic High School since 2002. When presenters with the Teen Outreach Program (TOP) came to his classroom at the beginning of the 2012-13 school year, he asked for identification. Show More Summary
‘Parents, not government agents, should decide how to educate their children.’
The issues are complex and the solutions are not always as clear-cut.
Tom Minnery explains what’s at stake for the issues of life, marriage and religious freedom. Enjoy our videos? •Be the first to know when they come out: Subscribe. • Keep the videos coming: Donate. • Watch this video on YouTube. • Browse the CitizenLink Report archive.
It’s what many marriage supporters have been trying to point out for months: The redefinition of the institution could pave the path to legalized polygamy. North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem filed a legal opinion ThursdayShow More Summary
‘Women across the country are suffering at the hands of unscrupulous abortionists.’
Network officials claimed the references to God and Jesus were ‘problematic.’
A federal judge on Friday struck down part of a Utah law making polygamy illegal. Family advocates say the ruling, if carried out, will harm children. The family of Kody Brown — made famous by the TLC reality series "Sister Wives" — filed suit against the law in 2011. Show More Summary
'The Constitution both allows and protects the celebration of Christmas in public schools.'
Bryan McCormack has a strong passion for preserving life and the family.
Texas School District Reverses Christmas Ban
Bill now goes to the Senate.
A federal judge said the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross must be removed from the San Diego site. Liberty Institute vows to appeal the decision all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court — if necessary. The tug-of-war started in 1989 when the ACLU and other groups filed suit saying the cross violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. Show More Summary
The Democrat-led Senate — following its approval of the "nuclear option" — approved two of President Obama's nominees to the D.C. Circuit. Early this morning, the Senate voted 51-44 to confirm pro-abortion law professor Nina Pillard to the U.S. Show More Summary
'Paul Teller is one of the true heroes of the conservative movement.'