Even as Germany's Parliament appears ready to rubber-stamp the legalization of homosexual "marriage," opposition to the move remains strong among the nation's conservatives and Christians.
An Orthodox Jewish girls’ school in England may be forced to close because it refuses to teach its young students the government-approved line on LGBT issues.
A recent decision by the United Kingdom's Supreme Court is being hailed by pro-life leaders for protecting the unborn in Northern Ireland.
The St. Louis Cardinals are refusing to bow to demands by homosexual activists that the team disinvite one of its former players as the keynote speaker for its July 30 “Christian Day.”
A California Court dismissed 14 of 15 charges filed against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for secretly videotaping interviews with Planned Parenthood personnel.
Oregon has enacted a controversial measure allowing its residents to identify themselves as male, female, or neither on driver's licenses and ID cards.
A Canadian Christian school has been ordered by the local school board to refrain from teaching “any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals.”
Jesus Christ said that only love can overcome evil. In the aftermath of the shooting at GOP congressmen, we can infer that Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe didn't get the memo.
A farmer is suing the city of East Lansing, Michigan, for banning him from its farmers’ market because he refuses to host same-sex weddings on his farm far outside the city.
Whether you’re a lawmaker considering a “bathroom bill” or some other “transgender”-oriented legislation, or a citizen pondering a vote influencing the matter, you need the facts.