How much civil asset forfeiture will Holder’s new policy prevent?

How much civil asset forfeiture will Holder’s new policy prevent?

Feds wash their hands of an increasingly dirty police tactic but states likely to continue

Sweden continues to quash homeschooling

Sweden continues to quash homeschooling

The HSLDA is defending the Petersen family's right to decide their children's education

Turkish military says MIT shipped weapons to al-Qaeda

Turkish military says MIT shipped weapons to al-Qaeda

Prosecutor and 13 soldiers who found the weapons have been fired and charged

Jindal headlines all-day prayer rally in Baton Rouge

Jindal headlines all-day prayer rally in Baton Rouge

The two-term Louisiana governor described his conversion to Christianity as a teenager

Movie Review: The Green Prince

Movie Review: The Green Prince

Documentary chronicles change from 'son of Hamas' to Israeli spy to Christian evangelist

200,000 March for Life – Networks Give Them 15 Seconds

200,000 March for Life – Networks Give Them 15 Seconds

ABC and NBC said nothing on the 200000 marching for the 57 million babies lost to abortion

The 'Son of Hamas' speaks bluntly and bravely about Muhammad

The 'Son of Hamas' speaks bluntly and bravely about Muhammad

Clips from TV interviews show Christian convert Mosab Hassan Yousef's level of conviction

Link Byfield died in the Sturgeon Community Hospital in St. Albert, Alberta, just north of Edmonton on Saturday morning at the age of 63. He is survived by his father, his wife Joanne, four children and four siblings.

Alberta Wildrose Party founder remembered as a conservative iconoclast

Link Byfield, the former publisher of Alberta Report Magazine, has died at age 63

Movie Review: The Green Prince

Movie Review: The Green Prince

Documentary chronicles change from 'son of Hamas' to Israeli spy to Christian evangelist

Nadav Schirman’s documentary “The Green Prince” addresses the Israel-Palestine conflict through the intimate, personal story of Mosab Hassan Yousef. Yousef titled his memoir “Son of Hamas,” as he was the eldest son of one of that organization’s most prominent voices. But to Shin Bet, the Israeli...

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Sweden continues to quash homeschooling

Sweden continues to quash homeschooling

The HSLDA is defending the Petersen family's right to decide their children's education

Representing homeschooling parents Ellinor and Daniel Petersen, the Home School Legal Defense Association is appealing to the Swedish Supreme Court the family's right – protected by both Swedish and international human rights laws – to decide what form of education best meets the needs of their c...

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This mummy mask was one of the masks that the researchers took apart to reveal ancient papyri.

Biblical scholar claims to have found the oldest known Gospel

A fragment of the Gospel of Mark was found inside an ancient paper-mache mummy mask

When it comes to historical analysis of the Bible, everything is fodder for debate. But even in such a tendentious arena, there is one hypothesis that’s mostly agreed upon. The shortest gospel was also the earliest: Mark’s. Called the Marcan priority, the school of thought holds that the Gospel o...

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House GOP flinches from passing 20-Week abortion ban

House GOP flinches from passing 20-Week abortion ban

A few female Republicans who voted for it earlier have staged a last-minute revolt

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) met Wednesday evening with Representative Marsha Blackburn (R., Tenn.) and other Republican women to ameliorate a last-minute revolt against a 20-week abortion ban that passed the last Congress with overwhelming GOP support.

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State of the family? Threatened, says Family Research Council

State of the family? Threatened, says Family Research Council

2013 witnessed unprecented legal atttacks against Christians in many states of the Union

While President Barack Obama and Congress are concentrating on the State of the Union, the Family Research Council says the state of the union's families are threatened.

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Link Byfield died in the Sturgeon Community Hospital in St. Albert, Alberta, just north of Edmonton on Saturday morning at the age of 63. He is survived by his father, his wife Joanne, four children and four siblings.

Alberta Wildrose Party founder remembered as a conservative iconoclast

Link Byfield, the former publisher of Alberta Report Magazine, has died at age 63

Link Byfield’s transformation into one of Alberta’s key conservative iconoclasts was gradual in the coming, but its most visible manifestation can be traced to the moment he finally cut his over-long hair.

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How much civil asset forfeiture will Holder’s new policy prevent?

How much civil asset forfeiture will Holder’s new policy prevent?

Feds wash their hands of an increasingly dirty police tactic but states likely to continue

When a federal agency announces a significant new policy, it isn’t always clear what actual effects that policy will have in practice. It takes some time to sift through the language and figure out how it will apply in the real world.

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Bobby Jindal invites America's governors to Christian revival

Bobby Jindal invites America's governors to Christian revival

He vows in his letter: 'There will only be one name lifted up that day – Jesus!'

The Brody File has obtained a letter sent by Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal to the other 49 governors in America, asking them to attend this Saturday’s huge prayer event at LSU in Baton Rouge where he tells them the following: “There will only be one name lifted up that day – Jesus!”

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Supporters say Muslim prisoner’s beard a win for religious liberty

Supporters say Muslim prisoner’s beard a win for religious liberty

Baptist leader Russell Moore calls the decision an important triumph for all religions

Religious liberty advocates said a U.S. Supreme Court decision Jan. 20 affirming a devout Muslim prisoner’s right to grow a beard for religious reasons is a win for the religious liberty of all Americans.

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UK Chief Justice rebukes Christian magistrate for belief about family

UK Chief Justice rebukes Christian magistrate for belief about family

Richard Page told his beliefs about family are discriminatory against same-sex couples

A Cabinet minister and England's highest judge have together disciplined a Christian Magistrate for saying that a child's best interests lie in being raised by both a mother and a father, telling him that his Christian beliefs about the family must not influence his work whilst sitting on the Ben...

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Jindal headlines all-day prayer rally in Baton Rouge

Jindal headlines all-day prayer rally in Baton Rouge

The two-term Louisiana governor described his conversion to Christianity as a teenager

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal told Christian evangelicals gathered at an all-day prayer rally Saturday that the nation needs a “spiritual revival,” as he continued to court religious conservatives for a possible presidential campaign.

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Turkish military says MIT shipped weapons to al-Qaeda

Turkish military says MIT shipped weapons to al-Qaeda

Prosecutor and 13 soldiers who found the weapons have been fired and charged

Secret official documents about the searching of three trucks belonging to Turkey's national intelligence service (MIT) have been leaked online, once again corroborating suspicions that Ankara has not been playing a clean game in Syria.

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Number of Vietnamese Montagnards hiding in Cambodia reaches 14

Number of Vietnamese Montagnards hiding in Cambodia reaches 14

Government police have been cracking down on this pocket of Christians for several decades

Fourteen asylum-seeking ethnic Montagnards from Vietnam are hiding in the jungles of neighboring Cambodia, amid fears they could be forcibly repatriated, a villager and rights groups said Tuesday.

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Mission trips aren’t just for Christians anymore

Mission trips aren’t just for Christians anymore

Christian missionary work spans the globe – but Jewish mission trips?

Your average American synagogue is not planning a congregational visit to a poor corner of the world. But a few are starting to, and some rabbis are lobbying for more to follow.

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Pope praises big families after 'like rabbits' remark

Pope praises big families after 'like rabbits' remark

Francis clarifies earlier comment: big families don't cause poverty, bad politics does

Pope Francis praised big families on Wednesday as a gift from God, after his comments that Catholics don't have to breed "like rabbits" made headlines this week.

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