Republicans in the U.S. Congress are hoping to derail or stall implementation of a new Washington, D.C. ordinance giving terminally ill patients the right to kill themselves.
Parents and Christian leaders are raising the alarm over the popular magazine's recent article promoting sodomy to its young and vulnerable readers.
Melinda Gates announced that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will funnel $375 million to population-control efforts over the next four years. While the foundation does not fund abortion, it will bankroll organizations such as Planned Parenthood, which exist to murder pre-born babies.
Russia's ban on the Jehovah's Witnesses is a violation of their religious liberty; but what about attacks upon religious freedom in other countries — including the United States?
Judge William Orrick will hold pro-life activist David Daleiden’s attorneys in contempt of court for publishing videos of a National Abortion Federation meeting in which the attendees laughed about carving up pre-born infants.
Some firsts tell us we may be in our last days. A good example is what’s billed as our country’s first satanic monument on public property. The handiwork of some Massachusetts Satanists, it was approved in May for The Satanic Temple and will be erected in the Veterans Memorial Park in Belle Plaine, Minnesota.
While Western nations will generally preach “separation of church and state,” are they now combining mosque and state? Certain critics say yes, citing as a case in point Canada’s fining of a man $12,000 — for failing to remove his shoes upon entering an apartment he rented to a Muslim couple.
Catholic taxpayers in Boston were forced to pay for the mocking of their own faith when a public library brought in lesbians dressed as nuns to mock the Catholic faith, along with men dressed as women to read to kids.
Oregon already had the nation's most liberal abortion laws, but now state officials have gone beyond their present statutes — adding taxpayer-funded abortions for illegal aliens, among other expansions.
New research from Europe appears to show that individuals with religious faith are more tolerant and open-minded than their atheist and skeptical counterparts.