crossGood news for Rifqa Bary, the 17-year-old Christian girl who fled her parents because she feared an honor killing. The circuit court judge handling her case in Orange County, Florida, has ordered her to stay in the state at least until September 29, the date of her next hearing.

Rifqa BarryRifqa Bary is a healthy, beautiful 17-year-old girl. But she has one little problem: she believes her father wants to kill her. Thus did Rifqa flee to the arms of a Christian foster family for protection.

UNESCOA while back we heard about the United Nations pact that would prohibit parents from choosing their children's religion. Now the UN is issuing another dystopian proposal, a sex-education curriculum that would teach children as young as five about masturbation and "gender roles, stereotypes and gender-based violence." And those are just two elements in a 98-page report issued by the UN's Economic, Social and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and which includes curricula for children between the ages of 5 and 18. Joseph Abrams at FoxNews reports, writing:

Carrie PrejeanFormer Miss California USA Carrie Prejean has filed a religious discrimination lawsuit against the franchise that operates the Miss California Organization, K2 Productions, naming specifically co-executive directors Keith Lewis and Shanna Moakler and publicist Roger Neal, Fox News reported August 31.

childrenIn June, the Obama administration began reviving efforts to have the United States sign onto a global children's rights treaty “ratified by every U.N. member except the U.S. and Somalia,” according to the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice. The Huffington Post’s account implies, in that single quote, a moral equivalency between the United States and a Third World nation utterly hostile to the plight of human populations.