Today's Top Five
1. Minn. campus supervisor dismissed for off-campus ministry
"A dedicated Christian, [Prior Lake High School campus supervisor Chris] Lind has become a de facto advice-giver, friend, and religious mentor to some students," the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported Tuesday. "He said the district told him not to talk to students even off campus about 'traditional values,' namely, the district didn't want him to talk to students about abstinence or their sexual orientation. He didn't listen." So he was placed on administrative leave, and a school board vote Monday may terminate him completely.
2. National Right to Life dumps Colorado chapter Last month, Colorado Right to Life, Operation Rescue, and the American Life League took out ads in The Colorado Springs Gazette and The Washington Times criticizing Focus on the Family's James Dobson for his views on the partial-birth abortion ban. The groups say the ban doesn't actually save lives and distracts from efforts to ...1