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Cuomo’s Banishment of Pro-lifers Shows Abortion Is on Its Deathbed

Cuomo’s Banishment of Pro-lifers Shows Abortion Is on Its Deathbed

January 22, 2014 at 9:30 am 2 comments

by Casey Mattox: In Governor Cuomo’s defense, he isn’t the first pro-abortion leader to throw up his hands in frustration at the advance of the pro-life cause and simply wish we’d go away. The pro-life movement, much to the consternation of abortion supporters, is thriving. It is getting younger and […]

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This Banned Books Week, Join Captain Underpants and Subvert Authority

This Banned Books Week, Join Captain Underpants and Subvert Authority

September 23, 2013 at 8:40 am 6 comments

by Laura Giunta: Ever heard of The Adventures of Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey? A best-selling children’s book series, Captain Underpants tells the story of an underwear-clad superhero who faces off against super-villains like Wedgie Woman, Dr. Diaper, and the Bionic Booger Boy. Aimed primarily at reluctant readers in elementary […]

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The Closing of the British Mind?

The Closing of the British Mind?

April 18, 2013 at 3:30 am 0 comments

As a case study shows, freedom of speech in British universities is under threat. by Peter Smith The Alliance Defending Freedom is an organisation familiar to many readers. It is in essence a well-run network of legal activists who share a common Christian faith and who are involved in many of […]

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘Censored’ by Paul Coleman

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Censored’ by Paul Coleman

January 18, 2013 at 4:30 am 0 comments

by Peter Smith Censored: How European “hate speech” laws are threatening freedom of speech By Paul Coleman Kairos Publications, €9.90/ $13.25 164 pages Available in hardcopy & ebook The residual philosophical position taken today about free speech – what can be said, when, and to whom –  is that anything […]

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