Weekend Links

– Arizona couple is suing Wal-Mart for reporting them to police over bath-time photos of kids. They should’ve gone to Target.

Maryland legislator wants to bring some common sense back to schools.

– Texas lawmakers have proposed a pair of bills that, if signed into law, would constitute the “most sweeping” mobile privacy protection in the country.

Saudi Arabian court sentences two human rights activists to prison time for pointing out lack of human rights in Saudi Arabia.

Increasing numbers of evangelical homeschooling parents are rejecting textbooks that deny evolution, choosing instead textbooks that incorporate God into evolution. Ehh…close enough.

– In Pakistan, Muslim protestors reacted to an alleged insult against Muhammad in a matter befitting the “religion of peace”–they burned over 100 Christian homes!

– And finally, the chairman of the Minnesota College Republicans has thrown his support behind efforts to legalize same-sex marriage, saying that “It is not the role of government to dictate who can be married, whose love is valid, and which families matter more than others.”

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