In a quest for more answers surrounding the swift publication of sociologist Mark Regnerus’ paper on the controversial “New Family Structures Study” in the sociology journal Social Science Research, independent journalist John Becker filed a lawsuit More… Monday, seeking access to public records from the University of Central Florida in
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While King Street Patriots worries over election integrity, its lawyers hope to open the door to corporate influence behind the scenes
More…Catherine Engelbrecht is just a suburban Houston soccer mom, an accidental activist with a cowboy hat and a dream to help get America back on track. That’s the story in a year’s worth of nationwide media hype, and in her legal defense against a suit from the Texas Democratic Party.
More…Maryland House Del. Emmett C. Burns (D-Baltimore County) is moving forward with a strategy to defeat same-sex-marriage legislation that involves partnering with a conservative policy group and raising money in poor black communities.
To hear Ohio House Speaker Bill Batchelder (R) tell it, he and his colleagues in the Ohio General Assembly are nearly in the poor house.
“I know a lot of people in my caucus who are frankly underpaid,” he said in June More…, after his caucus led the charge in
The same week that anti-abortion-rights advocates and Catholic colleges More… pushed the Obama administration to repeal a recent decision to include contraception in a list of fully-covered preventive health-care services, House Republicans unveiled a proposed spending plan for 2012 that could leave many women without access to reproductive-health services, reproductive-rights advocates say.
More…Minnesota for Marriage, a coalition working to convince Minnesotans to vote for a state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage, has hit the media saying that their group are “underdogs” in the marriage amendment battle and that they will be greatly outspent.
Anti-abortion-rights media group Heroic Media recently launched a new online strategy that violates Google policy.
The Texas-based organization — best known for erecting controversial billboards with phrases such as, “The most dangerous place for an African American is in the womb” – re-designed its website More… in late July, launching a new
In his party’s push to curb collective bargaining rights More… among public employees in Wisconsin, Gov. Scott Walker (R) let police and firefighters off the hook after they endorsed his gubernatorial campaign. It’s a different story in Ohio, where Gov. John Kasich and state Republicans have paid no such favors.