The latest Current Population Survey, a joint venture between the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Census Bureau, showed 148 million “benefit takers” compared to the benefit providers — workers in the private sector — who number less than 90 million.
A U.S. pro-family spokesman was arrested at a Canadian university over posters in opposition to abortion and homosexuality.
The Illinois House has wisely rejected a bill that would have banned teens from receiving therapy to deal with same-sex attraction.
A vocal U.S. opponent of the militant homosexual agenda was detained by Canadian authorities over his potential "hateful" attitudes.
A federal court has ordered the University of North Carolina-Wilmington to promote a Christian teacher it discriminated against to the position of full professor.
The provincial government of China’s eastern coastal province of Zhejiang is conducting a three-year campaign to eradicate “illegal” structures — a program that Christians believe will give the government carte blanche to demolish some Christian churches.
A humanist group is demanding that government officials in Carroll County, Maryland, be fined for their insistence on allowing Christian prayers in county meetings.
The Council for American Islamic Relations (CAIR) has successfully petitioned universities to boycott the movie Honor Diaries, about Islamic violence against women.
Homosexual activists connected with Mozilla were victorious in forcing the resignation of the company's new CEO over his past support of traditional marriage.
A group of physics students at the University of Leicester in the U.K. has determined that Noah's Ark could easily have remained afloat with all the animals necessary to preserve the various kinds during the Flood.