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2012 (By Year)
'Homosexual arrogance' in New Mexico
A hair stylist in New Mexico is refusing to do Governor Susana Martinez's hair again. Activist Peter LaBarbera calls the incident "a lesson in homosexual activism" for conservatives.
Pro-life momentum in 2012
2011 was a good year for the pro-life movement, and a spokesman for the Pro-Life Action League expects 2012 to present its own major challenges.
Pro-lifer: NAACP trading principles for relevance
In opposing a bill before Congress that would ban race-based abortions, the NAACP is actually turning a deaf ear to genocide -- so says the pro-life group Frederick Douglass Foundation.
Spencer: Islamic supremacism not slowing down
Bestselling author and expert on terrorism Robert Spencer predicts the advances in Islamic supremacy seen in 2011 will continue in 2012.
Lowes decision still causing stir
National defense analyst and critic of Islam Brigitte Gabriel says Christian conservatives need to continue to tell Lowes Home Improvement they support its decision not to advertise on a controversial reality TV show about Muslims.
Posthumous pro-life recognition
Operation Rescue has announced the winner of its annual "Pro-life Person of the Year Malachi Award."
Bad news is good news ... for pro-lifers
Planned Parenthood has released its latest annual report, which reflects some negative news about the abortion giant for the 2009-2010 period.
More kudos for Lowe's
A Christian legal group applauds Lowe's for standing by its decision to pull advertisements from a show on Muslims living in America.
Israel claims 'gay' envoys needed to improve its image
The Israeli government is launching a program to recruit homosexuals to be unofficial envoys.
Wildmon: Colmes' comments 'unforgivable'
The American Family Association is calling on the Fox News Channel to fire liberal commentator Alan Colmes for "despicable" comments about Rick Santorum's deceased infant child.
Believers and the ObamaCare 'fear factor'
Evidently Christians across the U.S. are deeply concerned about the federal government's plans for healthcare.
Women serving jail time ... at home
Under its Alternative Custody Program, California is allowing some women offenders to serve their sentences at home, a step that could lead to the early release of up to half of the females currently housed in the state's prisons -- and a step that one conservative believes favors prisoners' rights over public safety.
Activist: Calif. on path to destruction
A Christian activist is urging California parents to be "hyper-vigilant" in their children's education this year, especially as legislators are overturning anything and everything as they seek to implement more anti-family laws.
Israel's 'gay'-friendly image
A pro-family activist who works to expose the truth about homosexuality says it is outrageous that the Israeli government is going out of its way to recruit "gays" and lesbians as unofficial envoys.
Gov't teaching kids to gamble?
The United Kingdom is getting behind a proposal to teach children how to gamble, but opponents are already putting on their boxing gloves.
Author shares new tool to meet money woes with prayer
Author Bruce Wilkinson has released a new book called The God Pocket: He Owns It, You Carry It, which takes a new look at answers to prayer.
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