The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens' pro-life center Matt Birk was a no-show at the teams White House meeting with Obama June 5. He explained that the president's support for abortion giant Planned Parenthood was too objectionable.
With an updated version of Scripture in their own language, Norwegians have made the Bible a runaway bestseller.
A U.S. Army soldier was disciplined after he hosted a party for his promotion and served Chick-fil-A sandwiches in honor of traditional marriage.
A federal judge has overruled the refusal of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to intervene on behalf of a ten-year-old girl in need of a life-saving transplant.
Four years after voting to allow openly homosexual clergy, the four million-member Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) has elected its first openly homosexual bishop.
The Louisiana legislature has passed a bill confirming the right of students to hold prayer meetings in the state's public schools.
A bill to legalize same-sex marriage has gone down to defeat in Illinois, much the surprise and chagrin of homosexual activists.
For the 14th year in a row ExxonMobil shareholders have soundly rejected a proposal that would have added homosexuality to the company's non-discrimination employment policy.
New York City's health department has launched a smartphone app that offers teens advice on sex, pregnancy, birth control, abortion, and homosexual relationships, while sidestepping parental involvement.
The Supreme Court has given a victory to Planned Parenthood, refusing to hear a case that overturned an Indiana law banning state affiliates of the abortion giant from receiving federal Medicaid funding.