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Sarah Palin: Paul Revere cried "The Americans are coming! The Americans are coming!

Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachmann share a flair for fractured history–upon visiting the Old North Church today, Sarah Palin said with her folksy aplomb: The New York Times Magazine wryly noted that Palin was referring to a more "esoteric text" ...

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Arizona "Pro-Family" Group Linked to Campaigning for Gay Discrimination within the UN; Uganda "Kill the Gays" Pastor

Arizona "Pro-Family" Group Linked to Campaigning for Gay Discrimination within the UN; Uganda "Kill the Gays" Pastor

News about the working partnership of Sharon Slater, reportedly a Mormon and president of the Arizona-based group "Family Watch International," and Uganda’s “Kill the Gays” pastor Martin Ssempa is exploding throughout the Internet. According to Q Salt Lake, Family Watch ...

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British MPs speak out against the supply of arms to repressive regimes.

British MPs speak out against the supply of arms to repressive regimes.

Successive governments have misjudged the risk that arms approved for export to North Africa and the Middle East might be used for internal repression say Committees on Arms Export Controls. The Committee on Arms Export Controls in the first overseas ...

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Mitt Romney Announces Exploratory Committee for Potential 2012 Run

Mitt Romney Announces Exploratory Committee for Potential 2012 Run

Mitt Romney has finally made an announcement that he has formed his exploratory committee for a 2012 presidential run.  While his Massachusetts Health Care plan, which was likened by many to Obama Care, has brought him much negative publicity, it’s ...

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Michele Bachmann to bring on board evangelical Iowa birther for 2012 presidential exploratory committee

Michele Bachmann (R-MN) is apparently forming a presidential exploratory committee for the 2012 elections. CNN reports that the first pick for her political director is Iowa state senator Kent Sorenson, the author of birther bill SB 368 introduced into the ...

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Uganda's 'Kill the Gays Bill' Back in the News

With Uganda's 8th Parliament in a lame duck session, it looked like "kill the gays bill" sponsor David Bahati appeared to be working to move the bill from committee, and finally into law, as early as next week, reported Candace ...

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PRESS RELEASE: Americans United Asks Why ‘Broke’ Nation Still Has Enough Money To Subsidize D.C. Religious Schools

Americans United – Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) keeps saying the country is “broke” – so Americans United for Separation of Church and State would like to know why he is determined to funnel $20 million in tax ...

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Fetus to 'Testify' Before Ohio Legislature

Last week, the so-called "Heartbeat Bill" was introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives which would ban aborting fetuses that had heartbeats. The "Heatbeat Bill" has been spearheaded by Janet Porter of Faith2Action who had lost her radio program network ...

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Update on House Resolution 81 (Darwin Day)

House Resolution 81 was introduced in Congress by Pete Stark of California and went to committee on 9 February 2011. Pete Stark and the Darwin Day Resolution "The resolution in its entirety can be read here. It was sent to ...

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PRESS RELEASE: Secular Coalition Urges U.S. Senate to Oppose D.C. Voucher Renewal

We are passing along another press release from Secular Coalition. Program Gives Taxpayer Money to Religious Schools; Committee Scheduled to Hold Hearing Wednesday [...]

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Secular Coalition Opposes Reaffirmation Of ‘In God We Trust’ as National Motto

On Friday, February 4, 2011, the Secular Coalition for America sent letters to members of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee urging them to oppose a resolution that would unnecessarily reaffirm the phase “In God We Trust” as our nation’s official motto. House Concurrent Resolution 13 also calls for the support and encouragement of the public display of the national motto in all public buildings, public schools, and government institutions [...]

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China's Hu Jintao Tells U.S. to Stay Out of Tibet and Taiwan Issues

At a luncheon hosted by the National Committee on United States-China Relations and the US-China Business Council on Thursday, China's leader Hu Jintao reiterated a theme that has been playing over state-run newspapers and television in China:  That U.S.-China relations ...

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Concerned Women for America: Congress Should Not Watch Television and Listen to Them

With a Republican majority back in the House, Conservative Women for America had this to say: "Conservative women spoke loud and clear in the 2010 elections. Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee led efforts to mobilize behind principled candidates ...

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