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Black Americans qualify for refugee status, says immigration lawyer

Black Americans qualify for refugee status, says immigration lawyer

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Federal gov't steps up biometric tattoo recognition despite Constitution

Federal gov't steps up biometric tattoo recognition despite Constitution

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Equal justice or double standards for Gen. David Petraeus?

Equal justice or double standards for Gen. David Petraeus?

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Police stand still as protest rages in Baltimore

Police stand still as protest rages in Baltimore

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New audio of deadly arrest of college student

New audio of deadly arrest of college student

Family says autopsy shows drunk student was shot in the back by police officer.

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National Guardsman answered Allah's call to fight for Islamic State

National Guardsman answered Allah's call to fight for Islamic State

Spc Hasan Edmonds of Illinois, and cousin Jonas Edmonds, were arrested on plans to join Islamic State terrorists in Libya. The FBI worries that more Americans will follow as IS spreads.

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A case for capital punishment

A case for capital punishment

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Argentina: heavy security for Silent March

Argentina: heavy security for Silent March

Hundreds of thousands of Argentines are expected to turn out for Silent March to repudiate mysterious murder of prosecutor Alberto Nisman who was investigating Argentine government's ties to Iran in terrorist bombing. Paramilitary forces will be on hand.

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Deja vu at Rolling Stone: before there was Jackie there was Billy

Deja vu at Rolling Stone: before there was Jackie there was Billy

Rolling Stone magazine retracted elements of Sabrina Rubin Erderly's report about alleged gang-rape on the Univ of Virginia campus. This is not the first time her veracity has been challenged. It's a tale of journalistic hubris and over-reach.

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Riot ensues in Missouri following police shooting of teen

Riot ensues in Missouri following police shooting of teen

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Law firm refuses to provide information on accused priest

Law firm refuses to provide information on accused priest

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Alinskyian agitators stir discontent in Ferguson MO

Alinskyian agitators stir discontent in Ferguson MO

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The Vatican's turn from tradition at the Synod on the Family

The Vatican's turn from tradition at the Synod on the Family

The document released by the Catholic synod on the family is 'revolutionary', according to accounts. Focusing on supposed 'gifts' of the homosexual lifestyle, it recalls the treatment of homosexual priests who were allowed to molest children.

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Saudi Arabia's savage and eroticized Islamic justice

Saudi Arabia's savage and eroticized Islamic justice

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Attorney General Eric Holder has feisty encounter with Republican congressman

Attorney General Eric Holder has feisty encounter with Republican congressman

Attorney General Holder claims he has 'vast amounts' of discretion in enforcing federal law. He was dismissive of Republicans' questioning on Capitol Hill.

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Thought for the day: Justice and country

Thought for the day: Justice and country

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No Catholic priest is safe from false accusations

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Justice comes for American victims of eugenic genocide

Justice comes for American victims of eugenic genocide

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Trying George Zimmerman in the court of public opinion

Trying George Zimmerman in the court of public opinion

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Department Justice calls on employees to affirm homosexuality

Department Justice calls on employees to affirm homosexuality

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Focus: Deep South 'school-to-prison' practice follows mistreatment of school girl

Focus: Deep South 'school-to-prison' practice follows mistreatment of school girl

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Obama administration delays arrest of illegal immigrant until after election

Obama administration delays arrest of illegal immigrant until after election

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Pakistan: Christians still fearful following release of Rimsha Masih

Pakistan: Christians still fearful following release of Rimsha Masih

Accused of blasphemy by Islamists, a 14-year-old disabled girl had been held for 3 years in jail. While she has been released on bail, Christians fear reprisals in Muslim-dominated Pakistan. Masih was airlifted by helicopter because of threats.

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St Louis University new law dean defended a woman's right to an abortion

St Louis University new law dean defended a woman's right to an abortion

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Catholic bishops abandon priests, and their own credibility

Catholic bishops abandon priests, and their own credibility

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Former '60s terrorist aligned with Obama gets government grants

Former '60s terrorist aligned with Obama gets government grants

Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, who are now fervent supporters of Barack Obama, once belonged to the notorious domestic terrorist group known as The Weathermen.

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In the War against Catholics, the real Expendables are priests

In the War against Catholics, the real Expendables are priests

This summer, 'The Expendables', starring Sylvester Stallone will offer a Hollywood treatment for aging action-hero stars. But in the real world, it is Catholic priests who are expendable by their own bishops.

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The world's hunger for justice

The world's hunger for justice

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Holocaust survivors deserve equal justice

Holocaust survivors deserve equal justice

With the passage of HR 890, Holocaust survivors would be able to bring claims for insurance compensation that is currently denied.

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Racist mob puts Alabama man in hospital

Racist mob puts Alabama man in hospital

Matthew Owens remains in critical condition following a beat-down by a mob of 20 adults and children in Mobile. Racist slurs were used, and reference made to the Trayvon Martin case.

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Catholic priest flees to Ireland following sexual abuse suit

Catholic priest flees to Ireland following sexual abuse suit

Kelly fled the U.S. rather than serve as witness in a trial. He had been found liable for damages in a civil suit alleging he sexually molested an altar boy in California.

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Democrats riled over Justice Scalia's remarks about Obamacare

Democrats riled over Justice Scalia's remarks about Obamacare

Justice Scalia joked that going through the 2,700 page Obamacare legislation violates the 8th amendment to the Constitution. Democrats were not amused.

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'Swirling rhetoric' on Trayvon Martin case is denounced

'Swirling rhetoric' on Trayvon Martin case is denounced

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Supreme Court rules wisely in case against Catholic Church

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court not to accept a church-state case that involves the Archdiocese of St. Louis MO.

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The high price to pay for those who are innocent in prison

The high price to pay for those who are innocent in prison

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Why SNAP and VOTF are upset about Fr Gordon MacRae

Why SNAP and VOTF are upset about Fr Gordon MacRae

A new chapter has begun in the story of accused Catholic pr1ests, but some in SNAP and VOTF seem frantic to suppress it. Why fear the truth?

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When can the Secret Service tell you to shut up?

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Catholic League says SNAP is unraveling

Catholic League says SNAP is unraveling

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Australia: Catholic priest charged with kiddie porn possession

Australia: Catholic priest charged with kiddie porn possession

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Obama suffers defeat in Supreme Court

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SNAP accused of harboring sexual predators

SNAP accused of harboring sexual predators

David Clohessy, of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, had a brother - a Catholic priest - who was accused of sexual molestation.

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Why can't the Boston Globe and critics of Catholic Church move on?

Why can't the Boston Globe and critics of Catholic Church move on?

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a front-page story in today’s Boston Globe on alleged victims of priestly sexual abuse who are speaking up on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Globe’s series on the scandal in the Boston Archdiocese.

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Michigan lawsuit claims student was targeted because of religious beliefs

Michigan lawsuit claims student was targeted because of religious beliefs

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Catholic Priests Falsely Accused: book review

Catholic Priests Falsely Accused: book review

Catholic Priests Falsely Accused: The Facts, The Fraud, The Stories is a new book by David F. Pierre, and a Corporal Work of Mercy for the Church and priesthood.

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Attorney Rebekah Nett does not emanate 'Wisconsin Nice'

William Donohue of the Catholic League announced that he is filing a formal complaint in Minnesota and Wisconsin against attorney Rebekah Nett who allegedly referred to a a judge as a Catholic Knight Witch Hunter. Nett's client is the controversial Naomi Isaacson.

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Obama administration is asked to investigate pornographic XXX domain

Obama administration is asked to investigate pornographic XXX domain

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Heroic North Carolina legislator Larry Womble is fighting for his life

Heroic North Carolina legislator Larry Womble is fighting for his life

North Carolina legislator Larry Womble, the most important man in the fight for justice for the victims of eugenic genocide, is in critical condition.

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Pakistan: Ahmadi student ejected for resisting Islamists

Ahmadi Muslims live in constant fear of persecution in Pakistan. Earlier this year, hundreds were killed by Islamic radicals.

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Rev. David L. Deibel: An Advocate for Truth and Justice

Rev. David L. Deibel: An Advocate for Truth and Justice

Rev. David L. Deibel, J.D., J.C.L., is a Catholic priest and a canonist who has endured unjust criticism as an advocate for Fr. Gordon MacRae at These Stone Walls and Fr. Frank Pavone at Priests for Life.

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Thy Brother's Keeper: Why Wrongful Convictions Should Matter to You

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Meet the activist church-suing lawyers Anderson & Randles

Meet the activist church-suing lawyers Anderson & Randles

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Justice delayed is Justice denied for Catholic priests

Justice delayed is Justice denied for Catholic priests

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Bishop Lori offers a 'Catholic vision of freedom for all'

Bishop Lori offers a 'Catholic vision of freedom for all'

Bishop William Lori of Connecticut testified before the US House of Representatives' Judiciary Committee on the inroads of the Obama Administration into freedom of religion.

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Guatemala: Chronic hunger and malnutrition

Guatemala: Chronic hunger and malnutrition

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Vatican document on World Economy and Banking

Vatican document on World Economy and Banking

The Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace issued a controversial document on economics: "Towards Reforming the International Financial and Monetary Systems in the Context of Global Public Authority". Full text.

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Catholic bishops welcome ban on patenting human embryos

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