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Military | Military chaplains chastise President Obama’s criticism of a new law’s religious liberty protections
by Leigh Jones
Posted 1/04/13, 11:32 am

A military chaplains’ advocacy group criticized President Barack Obama earlier this week for suggesting his administration might ignore provisions of a new law that offers religious liberty protections to service members.

The protections, approved by Congress as part of the National Defense Authorization Act, guarantee chaplains will not be forced to perform “marriage” ceremonies for same-sex couples or be punished for refusing to do so.

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Court says college administrator has no right to oppose gay rights

by Leigh Jones
Posted 12/21/12, 04:30 pm

A University of Toledo administrator fired after penning an op-ed dismissive of gay rights lost her fight this week to keep her job.

University President Lloyd Jacobs fired Crystal Dixon, then interim associate vice president for human resources, in 2008 for publicly expressing an opinion contrary to school policy. Dixon claimed the school’s action violated her First Amendment right to free speech.

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WORLDmag.com New Year's resolutions

by Marvin Olasky
Posted 12/18/12, 01:03 pm

Thanks to all of you who are reading our series of profiles of couples married at least 35 years. We have several news series related to marriage that we’d like to begin in the new year, and we welcome your thoughts on people or groups we should interview in connection with them:

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