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2012 (By Year)

    • Dec. 31

      During 2012, battles over "gay" rights, education, and the state budget crisis dominated the headlines coming out of The Golden State.

    • Dec. 31

      It was a monumental year on many fronts -- ranging from President Barack Obama's reelection, the unexpected death of well-known artist Thomas Kincaid, Superstorm Sandy's wrath in the Northeast, and the unforgettable massacre in Newton, Connecticut.

    • Dec. 28

      Almost 65 years after Jews who were dispersed around the world returned to their homeland ― following a departure that lasted nearly two millennia ― a report released by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) confirms that the Christian population in the Jewish nation is alive and well, despite the nation's more dominant Jewish and Muslim religions, growing to 158,000 (roughly two percent of the total population).

    • Dec. 27

      A California anti-drug activist says a high-ranking state leader's support of the legalization of pot is "highly irresponsible."

    • Dec. 27

      A California pro-Israel group is "thrilled" that one city is ignoring opposition and upholding a partnership with an Israeli city.

    • Dec. 27

      A group that lobbies for special rights for homosexuals is fighting hard to make Illinois the next state to legalize homosexual "marriage." But as one conservative reports, the fight to preserve traditional marriage is also on.

    • Dec. 26

      Following the Sandy Hook massacre, the debate over what to do to protect children continues. But one attorney asserts that God is the best defense.

    • Dec. 26

      A California-based pro-family group says it's sad to see that one of the state's most conservative counties has bowed the knee to political correctness and the "gay" agenda.

    • Dec. 21

      The head of an immigration reform think tank says the State Department should stop issuing tourist visas to pregnant foreign women who want to come to the U.S. solely for the purpose of giving birth to an American citizen.

    • Dec. 21

      In a day and age where virtually all top 10 lists are generated to produce laughs or a measure of popularity, there's one list out there that's created to kindle the best present of all this Christmas season.

    • Dec. 20

      A new devotional may be the ticket for those looking for a last-minute gift for a husband or father this Christmas. It won't even take him that long each day to read it -- and that's the point.

    • Dec. 20

      An immigration reform organization is outraged that pregnant foreign women can come to the United States on so-called "birth tourism visas" just so their babies will be U.S. citizens.

    • Dec. 20

      In light of the passage of homosexual "marriage" in Maine last month, notaries and clerks of faith have a tough decision to make -- but help could be on the way.

    • Dec. 19

      Though Congress won't deal with a proposal to legalize Internet poker this year, the issue will not go away.

    • Dec. 19

      A popular California Christian radio personality died Monday afternoon after he somewhat predicted the way he would die.

    • Dec. 19

      Russia is retaliating against a law passed by the United States, leaving prospective American parents in a grim situation.