Oct. 6, 2012
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Pro-life activists participate in peaceful protests in front of the White House
The Nobel Peace Prize has an interesting—and controversial—history

J.C. Derrick is a Washington-based reporter for WORLD News Group. Read his recent article about the arrests of pro-life activists in front of the White House.

The peaceful activists were protesting the government mandate under Obamacare that forces employers to cover birth control— including abortion-inducing drugs—in group health insurance.

Jay Nordlinger, editor of National Review, is the author of Peace, They Say: The History of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Most Famous and Controversial Prize in the World (Encounter Books).

The 2012 Nobel Peace Prize will be awarded Friday, Oct. 12.

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Oct. 6, 2012