A police officer who was disciplined by a Pennsylvania university for refusing to forcibly remove a group of Christians sharing their faith on the school’s campus has taken his case to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, with the help of the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), a conservative legal advocacy group.

An Arkansas grocery store that tried to protect children from a magazine cover photo of Elton John and his homosexual partner has been pressured to reverse its action. Managers at the Harp Food store in the small town of Mountain Home had made the decision to put a “shield” over the US Weekly magazine at the checkout stand, because they deemed the cover photo of the notorious rock star posing with his same-sex partner and a baby offensive and unsuitable for youngsters.

In a move that has become all too predictable from the children of high-profile political celebrities, former President George W. Bush’s daughter, Barbara Bush, has come out publicly in favor of same-sex marriage.

General Vang Pao, the heroic anti-communist leader of the Laotian Hmong, was laid to rest early in February during a six-day funeral held by his people in Fresno, California. Mourners from various parts of the United States were joined by some from as far away as Europe to bid farewell to the man who became somewhat of a patriarch of the Hmong people. Vang Pao was 81.

As political commentator for the Concerned Women for American's Legislative Action Committee and former speechwriter for former President George H. W. Bush, Janice Shaw Crouse celebrated Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday with a paean of praise for the former President's skills as "The Great Communicator" which perfectly illustrates the perception of Reagan as a good conservative, at least when he spoke.