An 11-year-old Illinois girl's cupcake business was shut down by the local health department for failure to get a permit and build a separate kitchen.
When the Klieg lights blaze on and the Hollywood stars traipse down the red carpet for the photo shots and media interviews at the 22nd Annual Movieguide Awards Gala on February 7, Lili Baehr will be there — although she may not be in the limelight.
The New American recently interviewed Dr. Ted Baehr at the headquarters of Movieguide and the Christian Film & Television Commission in Camarillo, California.
Although many holidays have broad international appeal, Thanksgiving — arguably America’s second-favorite holiday after Christmas — is celebrated only in the United States and Canada. What originated as a sort of harvest festival among British colonists in the New World has taken on a life of its own. No longer is Thanksgiving a mere celebration of the harvest (a ritual found in many cultures); it has become a symbol of the oft-neglected virtue of gratitude.
A Tennessee parent was arrested when he showed up at his children's school and insisted on walking them home — in violation of a new school district mandate.
The American Psychiatric Association has been forced to backtrack on its recent designation of pedophilia as a sexual "orientation."
A new Canada study challenges the notion that kids raised by homosexual pairs are as well-adjusted as those raised by a mom and dad.
A Colorado civil rights body has ruled that an elementary school discriminated against a six-year-old boy who thinks he is a girl by not allowing him to use the girl's restroom.
An Ohio woman is suing an abortion clinic for not successfully performing an abortion on her, claiming that she pursued the abortion after her doctor told her that her life was being endangered by the pregnancy and then realized she was still pregnant a week after the procedure and subsequently gave birth to a healthy baby girl. The clinic is denying that the doctors were negligent.