July 31, 2009
Here's a compilation of articles for your reading pleasure.
- "Maine gay marriage opponents submit challenges," Associated Press (July 31, 2009)
- "The Case for Early Marriage," Mark Regnerus, Christianity Today (July 31, 2009)
- "Stimulus Bill Funds Go to Art Houses Showing 'Pervert' Revues, Underground Pornography," Joseph Abrams, Fox News (July 30, 2009)
- "Liberal and Conservative Senators Unite on Bill to Reinstate D.C. School Vouchers," Adam Brickley, CNSNews.com (July 31, 2009)
- "Portugal's high court keeps gay marriage ban," Barry Hatton, Associated Press (July 31, 2009)
- "Researchers May Have Found Equivalent of Embryonic Stem Cells," Rob Stein, The Washington Post (July 24, 2009)
- "UF scientists program blood stem cells to become vision cells," University of Florida News (July 30, 2009)
"Leaders of the Stand for Marriage campaign said Friday they collected more than 100,000 signatures of registered Maine voters. Cartons containing the petitions have been turned into the secretary of state's office to be certified."
"If you think it's difficult to be pro-life in a pro-choice world, or to be a disciple of Jesus in a sea of skeptics, try advocating for young marriage. Almost no one empathizes, even among the faithful. The nearly universal hostile reaction to my April 23, 2009, op-ed on early marriage in The Washington Post suggests that to esteem marriage in the public sphere today is to speak a foreign language: you invoke annoyance, confusion, or both."
"The National Endowment for the Arts may be spending some of the money it received from the Recovery and Reinvestment Act to fund nude simulated-sex dances, Saturday night "pervert" revues and the airing of pornographic horror films at art houses in San Francisco."
"A bipartisan group of senators announced Thursday that they plan to introduce legislation to revive the District of Columbias recently terminated D.C. Opportunity Scholarship school-voucher program."
"University of Florida researchers were able to program bone marrow stem cells to repair damaged retinas in mice, suggesting a potential treatment for one of the most common causes of vision loss in older people."