The question is: Who has the right to decide how much risk a person will take?

A total of 5,941 delegates and alternates at the 2014 Texas Republican State Convention held at the Fort Worth Convention Center from June 5-7 debated and voted on several contentious issues, including immigration, homosexuality, gay marriage, medical marijuana, government regulation, the right to openly carry guns, “reparative therapy” for homosexuals, and holding a modern-day constitutional convention.

Hundreds of Nigerians have been killed over the past two weeks in the Islamist Boko Haram's continuing efforts to rid the country of the Christian faith.

A Colorado baker found guilty of discrimination for refusing to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple must go through sensitivity training as part of his penance and rehabilitation.

The U.S. Navy has denied the application of an atheist who was attempting to become the military's first openly faithless chaplain.

Even as Houston's city council passed an ordinance giving special rights to homosexuals, the city's pro-family and Christian contingency vowed to try to overturn the measure.

A Tennessee law renewing the use of the electric chair has re-ignited debate over capital punishment. 

Polls are now showing that support for same-sex marriage has grown to more than half of Americans. The changing opinions correspond to a wave of rulings against bans on same-sex "marriages" in a number of states.

The Sudanese Christian woman under a death sentence for refusing to convert to Islam has given birth to a baby girl in the squalor of prison, but has reiterated that she will not renounce her faith in Christ.

Just as St. Guthlac used his belt to squeeze demons out of Ecgga, Americans can squeeze consolidation out of the federal government by applying the cinch of the Constitution.

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