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The debate over religious liberty has brought out some odd readings of American history
Fred Bauer writes: A number of forces are fueling the current debate about religious liberty in the United States: among them, good-faith efforts to promote the continued improvement of the Union, senses of cultural grievance, anti-religion paranoia, ignorance, self-righteousness, opportunism, partisanship, and new-wave authoritarianism. 793 more words
Sun Jan 18, 2015 9:27AM
BP oil spill affected wildlife in an area of 68,000 square miles (180,000 km2).
A United States federal judge has ruled that a fine imposed on the oil giant British Petroleum (BP) for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill be reduced by billions. 208 more words
Andrew C. McCarthy writes:“I wonder how the Republican establishment will take this: A federal court has the gumption to declare the obvious — namely, that Obama’s immigration policy is unconstitutional, just as Republican candidates argued while seeking votes during the recent midterm election campaign — only three days after 20 Republican senators astonishingly joined with the Democrats to endorse Obama’s policy as constitutionally valid… 305 more words
From: The Billings Gazette
The state of Wyoming is appealing the reinstatement of federal wolf protections.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming and U.S. government officials have filed separate notices that they will appeal a ruling by a federal judge that reinstated protections for wolves in the state. 623 more words
Understanding the Stryker hip replacement recall
BY JENNA CYPRUS AUG 7, 2014 IN HEALTH
People who have received hip or other joint implants within the past five years have been startled by the massive Stryker hip replacement recall. 708 more words