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Parents Sue to Stop Chant to Aztec Gods in Schools

Three parents have filed a lawsuit against California’s Department of Education after discovering that a new ethnic studies curriculum includes a chant to Aztec gods.

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Jury Rules Against Pro-Life Videographers

A jury in San Francisco’s U.S. District Court handed down a mulit-million dollar verdict against undercover journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merrick on Friday, a decision that could cost them over $2.2 million in alleged damages against Planned Parenthood.

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Pro-Life Videographer Faces Huge Fine for Exposing Baby Parts Trafficking

Pro-life videographer, David Daleiden, who exposed the abortion industry’s involvement in the buying and selling of baby parts from aborted fetuses, has been ordered to pay a $195,000 fine for publishing the damning videos.

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CA Supreme Court Suspends Baby Parts Hearing

A preliminary hearing involving the pro-life videographer who published videos of abortion industry executives bartering for aborted baby body parts has been “suspended until further notice” by the California Supreme Court on the grounds of political bias and selective prosecution.

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See You in Court! Challenges Expected to New Iowa Abortion Law

Even before the ink was dry on a new Iowa abortion law that will ban all abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected, the abortion industry announced plans to challenge the law – but confident supporters say “See you in court!”

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SCOTUS Orders Response from Abortion Lobby

The U.S. Supreme Court has given the abortion lobby until January 26 to respond to a petition filed by attorneys for pro-life activist David Daleiden asking to reverse the gag order that is preventing Daleiden from releasing more damning videos exposing the trafficking of human body parts throughout the abortion industry.

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Catholic Charities Takes Legal Action Against Illinois Civil Union Law

By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist The leaders of three Catholic dioceses in Illinois - Springfield, Peoria and Joliet - initiated legal action yesterday on behalf of their Catholic Charities asking the courts to allow them to continue to provide foster care without recognizing the parental rights granted to same-sex and cohabiting couples in a recently enacted civil unions bill.

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Domestic Terrorism Ignored After Bomb Thrown at Pro-Life Prayer Vigil

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist In spite of the extensive coverage given whenever an act of violence is perpetrated against an abortion clinic, when an unknown assailant threw a Molotov cocktail at an elderly woman who was part of a 40 Days for Life protest last week in Kalispell, Montana, not even the local police paid much attention.

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