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FIRST-PERSON: A quarterback, an R&B singer & a society’s split response

One is a quarterback, the other an R&B singer. Both say they're devoted to God, but only one is criticized for his faith. Columnist Alan Sears asks: Why?

FIRST-PERSON: Supreme Court gives schools the OK to boot churches

In spite of a court ruling allowing New York City schools to boot churches from public property, attorney Alan Sears remains hopeful that eventually the Supreme Court will rule in favor of equal access for churches.

FIRST-PERSON: Culture of death silences pro-lifers in N.Y.

Columnist and attorney Alan Sears says pro-choicers are trying to silence New York pro-life crisis pregnancy centers in a move that violates constitutionally protected free speech.

FIRST-PERSON: Will European schools have more religious freedom than America’s?

A major European court has issued a pro-religious freedom decision that ironically gives European schools more freedom than those in the U.S., columnist and ADF president Alan Sears says.

FIRST-PERSON: Prop 8 case has implications for all Americans

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BP)--The Aug. 4 decision in the case of Perry v. Schwarzenegger ...

FIRST-PERSON: Prop 8 case has implications for all Americans

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BP)--The Aug. 4 decision in the case of Perry v. Schwarzenegger -- a decision that held “unconstitutional” the vote of more than 7 million Californians to preserve marriage as the union of one man and one woman -- was heart-breaking for all who love religious liberty … and could be a potential disaster for the American people.

Grandparents and pornographers

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BP)--If children are indeed the future of this country, then the nation's highest court will soon decide how much protection our future deserves.

FIRST-PERSON: “Day Of Truth” confronts homosexual agenda

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BP)--In the California Theater of America’s growing Culture War, the advocates of homosexual behavior have opened what the old World War II movies used to call a “second front.”

FIRST-PERSON: The intolerance of the ACLU

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BP)--Like many civic assemblies, Oconee County, S.C., has opened council meetings with an invocation. Council member and pastor Bill Rinehart closed a meeting in October of last year with prayer by saying, “We ask all these things in the mighty name of Jesus. Amen.”

FIRST-PERSON: Sounds of life, long after Roe

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (BP)--For 33 years now, abortion has been the great “elephant in the room” of American politics.