In yet another bid by the United Nations to sexualize and indoctrinate your children at younger and younger ages, the UN Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO) just unveiled a new set of “Comprehensive Sexuality Education” standards for humanity. Among other controversies, the UN's planetary sex-ed scheme advocates masturbation, abortion, gender confusion, homosexuality, homosexual parenting, contraception, fornication, and more. The document, which cites abortion giant Planned Parenthood almost 20 times, represents a full-blown assault on parental rights and traditional morality that critics say could devastate a generation of young people. But the UN wants it to be mandatory for every child on the planet, starting at age five.
Local governments around the country are cracking down on citizens providing food and shelter to the homeless without a license.
The Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. has voted to limit the use of pronouns that refer to God as masculine, and to become more “inclusive” of transgendered individuals.
The ACLU and an abortion activist group are suing Montana to allow nurses to perform abortions in the state.
Senator Rand Paul addressed the students gathered at the annual conference of the National Association of Evangelicals’ Christian Student Leadership Conference.
Hillary Clinton has been accused of protecting a senior campaign aide from a charge of sexual harassment.
Cecile Richards plans to step down as the head of Planned Parenthood after 12 years at the helm of the nation's leading abortion provider.
Faced with an illegitimate U.S. Supreme Court ruling purporting to create a “right” to a so-called homosexual “marriage,” lawmakers in Alabama are working to protect state officials and the government from complicity in what has been widely described as the desecration or even destruction of marriage. Under the bill, which is moving quickly through the legislature, Alabama would no longer issue marriage “licenses” to anyone, nor would it require a “ceremony.” Instead, couples would simply enter into a binding contract that would be recorded by officials — no signature or endorsement needed. Basically, in Alabama, the government would significantly reduce its involvement in marriage.
History is in the making as the anniversary of Roe v. Wade is positioned to take a backseat to a new and opposing milestone in America. In a monumental move on Friday, President Trump declared January 22 “National Sanctity Of Human Life Day” — the absolute antithesis of the dreaded Supreme Court decision made 45 years ago on that date.