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By Tom Strode - Sep 23, 2013

The Obama administration’s controversial abortion/contraception mandate has moved a step closer to Supreme Court scrutiny.

Both the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Conestoga Wood Specialties, a business owned by pro-life Christians, asked the high court Sept.…

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Evangelical leaders hopeful after immigration meeting with Obama

By Tom Strode - Mar 11, 2013

Evangelical Christian leaders, including a Southern Baptist, left a White House meeting with President Obama encouraged at the hope for immigration reform this year.

Southern Baptist public policy specialist Barrett Duke and Hispanic evangelicals were among 14 religious leaders who met with Obama and senior staff March 8 to discuss the effort to remedy what is widely acknowledged as an immigration system badly in need of repair.…

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Issue Analysis: Casinos and Predatory Gambling

By Joe Carter - Mar 20, 2014

What is “predatory gambling?”

Predatory gambling is the practice of using gambling to prey on human weakness for profit. For-profit gambling, or commercial gambling, is illegal unless granted special legal exemption by the government.[1] Casino gambling, the most common form of predatory gambling, differs from other problematic forms, such as social gambling, because it leads to higher rates of addiction, promotes organized crime, leads to higher rates of gambling losses, and promotes vices which are sanctioned and protected by the state.…

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