How many human lives is one lion worth? We might ask this question of the media, which focuses on the killing of Cecil the lion while it buries the story about Planned Parenthood's trafficking in human body parts.
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) voted Monday to end their blanket ban on adult homosexual troop leaders.
On Wednesday, a federal appeals court affirmed a 2014 ruling that struck down North Dakota's restrictive abortion law banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat can be detected. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland ruled the law unconstitutional last year in response to a suit brought forward by the state’s abortion clinic.
Planned Parenthood’s strategy of dismissing damaging videos as edited appears in trouble as a second video has emerged, catching yet another abortionist for the organization on tape offering body parts of aborted babies for sale.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin tells the Oklahoma Supreme Court that the Ten Commandments monument at the Capitol will not be moved, despite the court's ruling that it violates the state constitution.
According to the Left, homosexuality is like some crime syndicates: Once you're in the group, it's for life. And woe betide anyone who would try to help you leave.
Newsweek celebrates “How Corporate America Propelled Same-Sex Marriage”; Walmart sponsors a perverse NYC “Gay Pride” parade in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling.
Bishop Joseph Strickland, the leader of the Catholic Diocese of Tyler, Texas, has written a statement condemning the Supreme Court’s June 26 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, mandating recognition of same-sex marriage in all 50 states. Strickland’s letter will be read to parishioners attending at Mass at all churches throughout the diocese this July 4 weekend.
The bill offered by Lee and Labrador to defend the rights of religious Americans — First Amendment Defense Act — could have been, and should have been, so much more.