Pro-family leaders are warning Boy Scout officials of the mass exodus of parents and their boys if the BSA ends its century-long ban on homosexuals.
The North Dakota state Senate approved an amendment last Thursday that would protect unborn babies from the moment of conception. The proposed “personhood” amendment (SCR 4009) declares that “the inalienable right to life of every human being at any stage of development must be recognized and protected.”
The discovery of the remains of England's notorious King Richard III will likely do little to change his historical reputation as a murdering usurper who took the throne through intrigue.
The U.S. Postal Service has announced its latest cost-cutting move, saying it plans to drop Saturday mail delivery in August 2013.
The University of Michigan has booted an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship group off campus for refusing to knuckle under to the college's non-discrimination policy.
Christian and conservative leaders are decrying the latest "compromise" offered by the Obama administration to supposedly address concerns over the violation of religious liberties in the HHS contraception mandate.
A Wisconsin county is defying the Freedom From Religion Foundation's attempt to stop its 50-plus year tradition of beginning government meetings with prayer.
On January 30 a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit issued a preliminary injunction blocking enforcement of ObamaCare's contraception mandate on behalf of Grote Industries, an Indiana-based automotive lighting manufacturer whose Catholic owners sued the government to permanently stop the rule because its abortion-pill provision violates their moral convictions.
Doonby, a big-screen psychological thriller that addresses abortion and other life issues, is poised for national release over the next few months, and it is no stretch to predict that those who see it will never forget its powerful pro-life theme.
Pro-family and religious leaders are strongly imploring leaders in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) not to cave in on the organization's longtime policy banning homosexuals from serving as scout leaders. A BSA spokesman said that the move could come as early as the first week in February.