It probably wasn’t inspired by U.S. Senator Mazie Hirono, who not long ago told men to “shut up.” But that’s in a way what a new Financial Times tool will do: warn writers if they’re quoting too many men and force them to purge male voices.
Authorities in Canada's Alberta province are giving Christian schools a choice: Quit being Christian and teaching the truth of God's Word, or be suspended and potentially even shut down.
A New York Episcopal bishop has taken a bold stand against his denomination’s embrace of gay "marriage."
A recent article a professor penned stating that women are less interested in computer science was labeled “gender harassment” and inspired “diversity training” — our day’s version of the re-education camp.
Despite the specific instructions given by parents, a government school in Minnesota helped a child get irreversible “sex change” treatments under the guise of providing “healthcare.”
They’re tearing down America — one tradition, one institution, one standard, one statue at a time. Now a statue of Christopher Columbus that had stood in Los Angeles’ Grand Park for 45 years has been torn down.
A YouTube video asking viewers to support Planned Parenthood does so by showing exactly what “choice” is all about: snuffing out the life of an innocent baby.
The FDA is taking “very seriously” claims that the abortion drug mifepristone is being sold online to U.S. customers and is evaluating “potential violations of U.S. law.”
The High Court has agreed to hear the case of a cross-shaped memorial erected nearly a century ago to honor soldiers killed in WWI.
They tried to wash his mouth out with political correctness. He resisted. Then university officials made threats to force the professor into “pronoun compliance.” Now he’s taking legal action, with attorneys from Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) having filed a federal lawsuit against the school last Monday on his behalf.