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    Florist to SCOTUS: Forget Me Not
    June 7, 2019

    It was shaping up to be a great week. Barronelle Stutzman just got the news that she'd won the Readers' Choice Award for Best Florist in the Tri-City Herald. But the prize she really wanted was something people couldn't vote on: her vindication in a six-year case over same-sex marriage. (continue reading...)

    Trump Cancels Checks for Baby Body Parts
    June 6, 2019

    Planned Parenthood has spent years fighting late-term abortion bans -- and in 2015, we found out why. The earlier babies are aborted, the less profitable their parts are. That was just one of the nauseating revelations from the baby body parts scandal uncovered by the Center for Medical Progress. The other? That this organ harvesting ring had a startling buyer: the U.S. government. (continue reading...)

    Men of Honor, Beaches of Glory
    June 6, 2019

    There were thousands of letters like Jack Lundberg's, scratched out hurriedly in whatever spare moments they had. "Dear Mom, Pop, and Family: Now that I am actually here, I see that the chances of my returning to all of you are quite slim... therefore I want to write this letter now while I am yet able.  (continue reading...)

    Star Struck by Abortion Laws
    June 5, 2019

    E! may have canceled her show, but actress Busy Philipps isn't complaining. Maybe now she'll have more time for her real passion: lobbying Congress for infanticide. Tuesday morning, the former "Dawson's Creek" star was on Capitol Hill explaining why abortion survivors -- like the one sitting three seats away -- had no business being born. (continue reading...)

    Religious Tolerance Translates in Egypt
    June 5, 2019

    Ramadan may seem like an interesting time to talk about the persecution of Christians, but Egyptian president Abdel Fatah el-Sisi is not your typical Muslim leader. His desire to advance religious tolerance in the Middle East is a unique agenda among his peers. And Sunday, after World Coptic Day, he took time out to talk about the plight of the dwindling population. (continue reading...)

    Tiananmen at 30: The Struggle Continues
    June 4, 2019

    "We expected some bloodshed -- to be hit by police batons, perhaps. That's what we expected. Live ammunition? No. Never." Wu'er Kaixi is one of the lucky ones. After 30 years, he can still look at what happened in Tiananmen Square from a distance -- not from behind prison bars, where hundreds wasted away -- or through the eyes of family, who lost everything.  (continue reading...)

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