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Is the GOP ready to see women as equal under God?

“Game Change,” HBO’s move adaptation of the Mark Halperin and John Heilemann book about the 2008 presidential election, has drawn … Continued

Bristol and Levi: Poster children for the dumbing down of America

There they are on the cover of Us magazine, a teenage mom who managed to get her high school diploma … Continued

The Reproductive Right

The most nausea-inducing and (unintentionally) comic quote of the mid-term campaign so far comes from Carly Fiorina, the ousted CEO … Continued

Palin: a Pat Robertson feminist

Q: Can you be a feminist and oppose abortion in all circumstances? Can you be a person of faith and … Continued

God the punisher of children?

God the Punisher is at it again. First he punished America (children and all) on 9/11 because of its tolerance … Continued

The bigotry behind the word ‘retard’

Professor and author Christopher M. Fairman [“The case against banning the word ‘retard,’ ” Outlook, Feb. 14] made good arguments … Continued

Tebow and other pro-life football giants

By David Waters Quarterback Tim Tebow, who will star in a controversial pro-life TV commercial during the Super Bowl, isn’t … Continued

Palin and Tebow: Future of pro-life?

By Elizabeth Tenety As pro-life marchers gather Friday for their annual protest of the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. … Continued