It is easy to forget, in our hyper-commercialized, secularized, paganized world, that the real basis for our celebration of “Happy Holidays” is two Christian “Holy Days”: Christmas and Epiphany, the birth of Our Lord Jesus Christ and His revelation to the Gentiles.
Texas Health and Human Services Inspector General Stuart Bowen has notified Planned Parenthood that it will no longer receive funding from Texas’s Medicaid program.
On December 13, Ohio Governor John Kasich vetoed the Heartbeat Bill, which would have banned abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Is the existence of God anything more than unprovable dogma, an article of personal faith lying outside the realm of reason? The caricatures of Christianity offered up by its enemies notwithstanding, Christian theology has always sought to ground itself in reason, and proving the existence of God has long been a fruitful exercise.
The Ohio state House of Representatives and Senate both passed legislation on December 6 that bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
Alisyn Camerota of CNN recently did a feature story on the early-morning broadcast of New Day lamenting the alleged maltreatment of Muslim women in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election. The central narrative of the feature was that since the murders by the Muslim husband and wife killers in San Bernardino, California, Muslim women wearing traditional headscarves have been targeted for harassment; therefore, she suggested, U.S. women should don headscarves in order to show their "solidarity" with Muslim women.
In the wake of Donald Trump's stunning election victory, many leftists are complaining that there now are "two Americas." Not only is this lament nothing new, however, but having merely two Americas would actually be an improvement.
Last week, the City Council of Chesapeake, Virginia, unanimously voted to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the motto "In God we trust" by putting up a plaque in the town’s city hall emblazoned with it.