Japan using gas to avoid explosion at nuclear plant.
Of stupid questions and the significance of census.
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2011 (By Year)
Study connects alcohol and sex
A new study out of Canada confirms that unprotected sex is more likely to occur after drinking, so one pastor thinks that should motivate Christians to address the abuse of alcohol rather than promote the message of safe sex.
Local gov't should be factor in anti-pot initiative
A conservative author says a California ballot initiative to regulate marijuana sales and distribution may make it harder for local governments to ban pot shops.
'Bold predictions' for 2012
Though 2011 was filled with an array of legal victories and struggles, a California legal group expects 2012 to hold greater challenges for constitutional liberty.
Challenges for California, 2012
Christian leader and attorney Brad Dacus says Californians will face tough decisions in 2012, citing two initiatives and one family issue that citizens will be confronted with.
TV, popular culture 'glorifying' adultery
Though adultery will likely continue to be a major theme on television this year, a content watchdog group says the public doesn't have to tolerate it.
Fox News still king of prime time
A conservative media watchdog says it should come as no surprise that the Fox News Channel continues to have higher ratings than both CNN and MSNBC combined.
Obama administration keeping fuel prices high
This past year, drivers endured gas prices not seen since the record-setting year of 2008, leaving many to question whether prices below $3.00 a gallon are history.
California assessing the death penalty
A Christian attorney says a California justice's struggle over the death penalty highlights the debate over the expense and effectiveness of the punishment.
What 2012 holds for housing market
2011 has not been a great year for the housing market, and one financial expert predicts more of the same in 2012.
Addressing abortion in the church
Operation Rescue is encouraging pastors to preach life in 2012, as Christian women are failing to see that abortion "is something that defies God's law."
Pandering to 'Occupiers' labeled a political move
A former California office seeker says the Occupy movement is placing a financial burden on taxpayers, as they are the ones having to pay for the costly protests.
A 'Christ-centered' alternative
The founder of an alternative to the Girl Scouts credits God for her organization's continued growth.
2012 ushers in new abortion, immigration, indoctrination laws
Girls seeking abortions in New Hampshire must first tell their parents or a judge, employers in Alabama must verify new workers' U.S. residency, and California students will be the first in the country to receive mandatory pro-homosexual indoctrination under state laws set to take effect at the start of 2012.
Assisted suicide still a no-go in Aloha State
In spite of proponents' unique approach to legalize it, Hawaii's ban on doctor-assisted suicide remains in place.
'Cyberbaiting' -- a 'dark side' of the Internet
While the Internet presents many positive features, a spokesperson for online protection software says one growing trend is causing trouble for teachers.
Activist: NAACP has 'sold its soul'
Organizations claiming to advocate for civil rights are concerned about a proposed law that would ban the practice of aborting unborn babies on the basis of race or gender, but one advocate is especially dismayed with one particular group that typically sides with pro-abortion policies.
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