Inroad Press



American Killed in Benghazi Motivated by Love

The American teacher gunned down last week while jogging in Benghazi, Libya didn’t have to be there. Ronald “Ronnie” Smith had already sent his wife Anita and toddler son Hosea home to Austin, Texas, where he planned to celebrate Christmas with them. Smith stayed on in Libya to see his students through their semester exams before returning to the U.S….

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Housing Tax Break for Pastors, Religious Workers Ruled Unconstitutional

A long-standing tax break that allowed religious workers such as pastors to receive tax-free housing allowances has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge in Wisconsin. The judge, U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Crabb, ruled Friday in favor of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, saying that tax break provides a benefit to the religious, but not to others, that is…

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Gay March

Same-Sex Marriage Now Legal in Fourteen Countries of the World

France became the fourteenth country in the international forum to legalize gay marriages on the 26th of April, following the steps of several of its fellow European Union members including the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Denmark, Portugal and Sweden. Same sex marriage is generally referred to be a marriage between two persons of the same biological sex and are sometimes also…

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Pope Benedict XVI Announces His Resignation

On the 11th of February the Catholic church was taken aback by the news that the reigning Pope, Benedict XVI, had decided to retire, becoming the first leader of the Vatican to do so for 700 years. Benedict XVI, now 85 years old, explained that he had reached his decision to leave the highest office of the Catholic Church in…

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