The holiday season is here again, and with it has come the predictable attacks on Nativity scenes, Christmas trees — and Charlie Brown? That's right, Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown, the theatrical adaptation of a Peanuts holiday cartoon children and families have enjoyed for years, is under attack from an atheist group that caught wind that an elementary school in Little Rock, Arkansas, was going to take some of its students to see the play at a local church.
Following his Christian conversion Hollywood actor Angus Jones condemned his hit CBS sit-com "Two and a Half Men" as "filth" that no one should watch.
The U.S. Supreme Court has breathed new life into a federal lawsuit filed by Liberty University that challenges the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare.
In 2011 the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Virginia ruled that the federal Anti-Injunction Act barred the court from addressing the merits of Liberty University's case, and while the Supreme Court dismissed Liberty's initial appeal when it upheld the ObamaCare law in a June ruling, on November 26 the High Court ordered the 4th Circuit to reconsider the case based on a new appeal from Liberty University.
Contraception is now a human right, according to the United Nations. In its latest annual report, the United Nations Population Fund (formerly known as the United Nations Fund for Population Activities, and still labeled UNFPA) declares that “family planning is a human right,” and “must therefore be available to all who want it.”
If anyone needed a demonstration that America has lost its spiritual bearings, this year's “Black Friday holiday shopping kickoff provided ample proof. The Christmas shopping season, which used to causally begin the day after Thanksgiving, increasing its intensity over the next four weeks, has now become an end in itself for large segments of the population, not to mention the nation's retail sector.
A Minnesota teen who posted a photo on his Facebook page showing his support for same-sex marriage has been denied confirmation by the Catholic Church, according to his parents. Doug and Shana Cihak said that their 17-year-old son Lennon wasn't allowed to be confirmed at their parish, Assumption Church in Barnesville, Minnesota, after he posted the picture of himself with a Minnesota for Marriage sign that he had defaced to oppose the proposed state constitutional amendment that would have defined marriage as only between a man and a woman.
UPS has confirmed that it will stop giving money to the Boy Scouts because the group prohibits homosexuals from serving as scout leaders. However, the company will continue to fund such pro-homosexual groups as the Human Rights Campaign.
A pair of rulings covering Obama's contraception mandate demonstrates the conflict that is emerging between religious freedom and the President's audacious attempts at government coercion. by Dave Bohon
The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) has turned its attack on one of its long-time allies, announcing that it is suing the federal government over the failure of the Internal Revenue Service to bar churches and Christian organizations from involvement in the political process.
According to the FFRF, its lawsuit, filed November 14 in a Madison, Wisconsin, U.S. District Court, “argues that the IRS is not enforcing the federal tax code, which prohibits tax-exempt religious organizations from electioneering.”
With voters in four states handing their support to the legalization of same-sex marriage, homosexual activists in Illinois think it might be a good time to further the normalization of their lifestyle in the Land of Lincoln.
In 2010 openly homosexual Illinois State Representative Greg Harris helped push through the Religious Freedom Protection and Civil Union Act, which legalized same-sex civil unions, and plans to move on the legalization of full-blown homosexual marriage.