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Topic - Family Research Council
A German home-schooling family that was facing deportation by U.S. authorities will be permitted to stay here indefinitely, the leader of a national home-school support group said Tuesday.
For teens who are 17 years old, there are only 10 states in the country where they are likely to still be living with their own married mother and father, says a new report.
New wording in the National Defense Authorization Act clarifies that military members should be allowed to speak freely about their beliefs.
Conservative groups are mounting a major resistance effort against the Internal Revenue Service's post-tea party targeting scandal rules, which are designed to clamp down on outside groups' ability to organize as nonprofits and still play a role in political conversations.
The chairman of the House Elections Committee has expelled an opponent of the proposed constitutional ban on gay marriage from a second House hearing on the measure.
Every Sunday, Hannah Gravette goes to church to spread the word about Obamacare to Southern Californians.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius has been embroiled in controversy surrounding the less-than-stellar rollout of Obamacare this fall.
If there's one thing that Americans and special-interest groups can agree on these days, it's that they want to be exempted in some capacity from Obamacare.
A push by activists to ease the 30-year-old blanket ban on blood donations from gay and bisexual men faces a key test this week as a federal panel hears results of the latest research. The findings will be released amid growing pressure from politicians and advocates, including college students, to change the policy.
"The first thing we can thank God for this Thanksgiving is that we Americans still have Thanksgiving. This holiday, so bound up with our history and our traditions, is in danger. Most department stores have long since put up their Christmas — correction, holiday — decorations and filled the air with 'Yuletide' carols," declares Bob Morrison, a senior fellow with the Family Research Council.
The Senate's anticipated passage of legislation that would ban workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identification is another indicator that America's attitudes toward gay rights are shifting, observers say.
The Senate added stronger protection for religious organizations Wednesday to a bill that would prohibit workplace discrimination against gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, though religious conservatives called the measure insufficient and its fate in the House remains doubtful.
"Steadfast and loyal" are the bywords of a vigorous new outreach from Allen B. West that closely resembles a news site. He is clearly in touch with his inner journalist through AllenBWest.com, meant to be a platform for an unapologetic conservative message.
The Founders held religion-based virtue as essential for self-rule