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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Wheaton
Two federal judges have dismissed several challenges this week to President Obama’s contraception mandate, but the embattled requirement gained another legal opponent Wednesday when Wheaton College, one of the nation’s leading evangelical colleges, said it is going to court.
This week, news surfaced that a Chinese couple tried to name their baby "@," — the symbol used in e-mail addresses to signify "at" — because the English pronunciation sounds similar to the Mandarin phrase "love him." Several weeks ago, we commented in a "Nobles and Knaves" editorial on the Wheatons, a New Zealand couple who wanted to name their baby "4Real." Their petition was denied, and in response, Mr. and Mrs. Wheaton have settled on "Superman" for their son instead.