Federal, state, and local governments handed out more than $2 trillion in means-tested welfare benefits last year.
The Parents Television Council is targeting McDonald's for advertising on a VH1 show called "Dating Naked."
An Alabama couple is demonstrating the incredible success parents can have in homeschooling their children.
If further proof is needed that the so-called War on Poverty continues to fail, the latest report from the Census Bureau has just provided it: 21.3 percent of children under the age of 18 — more than one in five — are living in poverty.
More and more children in America are being diagnosed with ADHD. But not only are the drugs prescribed for this "condition" destructive, says a behavioral neurologist with 50 years of experience, but they are billed as a cure for a disease that "does not exist."
An 11-year-old Illinois girl whose cupcake business was closed by local bureaucrats will soon be back in business thanks to donations of appliances and a commercial kitchen.
A federal judge has overturned Texas' nearly decade-old state constitutional amendment defining marriage as only between a man and a woman.
The state of Massachusetts has inflicted a child abuse charge on a couple over the doctor-prescribed medical treatment of their daughter.
A judge in the U.S. District Court in Detroit will decide if same-sex marriage is bad for children, following a hearing that will begin Tuesday on a civil suit brought by a lesbian couple seeking to marry and adopt each other's children.
“Alone Yet Not Alone,” the title song from the film of the same name, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song on January 15. The song was sung by Christian broadcaster and charity organizer Joni Eareckson Tada. But two weeks later, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that the song had been disqualified because songwriter Bruce Broughton allegedly violated rules by e-mailing Academy members to make them aware of the song, since the movie had a very limited release.