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  • Planned Parenthood vows clinic will open despite foes

    Planned Parenthood vows clinic will open despite foes
    The opening of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Kissimmee is still more than a month away, but opponents already have staged a series of events aimed at derailing the center. Hundreds packed City Hall last week at a City Commission meeting to speak out...
  • Feral cats, abortion, and Genesis: Letters

    Many individuals assert that feral cats kill astronomical numbers of birds; however, if these numbers were true, the bird population would be in jeopardy. That's not what I see. Many cat lovers are animal lovers in general and therefore also care...
  • The liberal professor who stepped right into an anti-abortion trap

    The liberal professor who stepped right into an anti-abortion trap
    You want a recipe for confrontation? Take a bunch of graphic photos of aborted fetuses onto a University of California campus -- or maybe any college campus -- and watch the fireworks. Emotions can run high when liberal college students debate the...
  • Abortion: The 'good ol' days' were not

    Abortion: The 'good ol' days' were not
    Newspapers continue to report the fight over who should decide about abortion: the woman or the government? I recently passed by a clinic that administered abortions. I saw a bunch of people outside making comments to anyone who was entering the clinic....
  • Social issues fade in GOP campaigns

    COLUMBUS, Ga. For Republicans who care about social issues such as same-sex marriage, this is the silent spring. While most party loyalists remain supporters of traditional marriage and gun rights and oppose most abortions, they also are engaged in...
  • America's evangelicals return to seeking souls, not votes

    America's evangelicals return to seeking souls, not votes
    Only a decade ago, Christian social conservatives were a commanding force in American politics. They helped elect one of their own, George W. Bush, to two terms. They were a cornerstone of a GOP coalition that appeared to hold a permanent electoral...
  • School-lunch prayer, pro-lifers, and the rich: Letters

    Regarding the article "Was 5-year-old told not to pray? Parents say yes — school unsure" in Wednesday's Sentinel about the parents who were upset about their child allegedly being told not to pray before lunch at Carillon Elementary School in...
  • UCSB professor vs. antiabortion protester: 'Trauma trigger' is no defense

    Mireille Miller-Young, a feminist studies professor at UC Santa Barbara, has been charged with battery, vandalism and theft after she allegedly stole and destroyed the sign of an antiabortion protester on campus and then pushed and scratched the 16-year-...
  • Abortion foes lose picketing challenge

    Abortion foes lose picketing challenge
    Winter Park's controversial ordinance banning "targeted" picketing in residential neighborhoods has withstood a federal appellate review after a complaint filed by Christian women who argued the restrictions violate their constitutional rights to free...
  • Expect a close ruling as Supreme Court weighs contraceptive coverage

    WASHINGTON Conservative Supreme Court justices on Tuesday foreshadowed how they might rule on whether certain for-profit corporations could claim religious exemptions from the health care law's contraceptive mandate. In the year's most closely watched...
  • SXSW Film Review: 'Vessel'

    Winner of the SXSW Film Festival's audience award for documentary, as well as a special jury citation for "political courage," Diana Whitten's "Vessel" offers a vivid profile of the abortion-rights group Women on Waves, as well as its irrepressible, fiery...
  • Religious case at Supreme Court could affect Obamacare and much more

    Religious case at Supreme Court could affect Obamacare and much more
    WASHINGTON — A challenge to part of President Obama's healthcare law that hits the Supreme Court on Tuesday could lead to one of the most significant religious freedom rulings in the high court's history. Four years ago, in their controversial...