Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, both of whom recently killed themselves, are part of a wider trend, with suicide having increased almost 30 percent since 1999. In fact, in 2016 alone 45,000 Americans took their own lives, a number that includes even some preteen children. Interestingly, this rise in suicide directly corresponds with a decline in something else: Christian faith.
The Arizona Court of Appeals issued a decision forbidding Christian store owners from refusing to make wedding invitations for gay couples.
At the 2018 Tony Awards, Robert De Niro spouted the following line: “I’m going to say one thing: F*** Trump. It’s no longer, ‘Down with Trump.’ It’s ‘F*** Trump.’”
An Indiana teacher says he lost his job over his school district's controversial "transgender" student policy.
Despite being portrayed as such, was the Masterpiece Cakeshop decision a victory for religious liberty?
The Southern Baptist Convention, America's largest protestant denomination, is on the verge of falling to organized “progressive” social-justice forces and anti-Trump activists.
Twelve and 13-year-old students in West Virginia were ordered by a government-school teacher to declare their submission to Allah, the Islamic God, as part of the Muslim declaration of faith known as the shahada. The assignment sparked outrage among parents, and comes amid similar scandals nationwide.
As the pontiff prepares to meet with big oil executives to discuss so-called climate change, traditional Catholics must wonder what to think of Pope Francis and his social-justice warrior, Earth-worshipping ways.
America's generosity too often goes unnoticed or appreciated, but when science teacher Jason Seaman, who teaches science at Noblesville West Middle School near Indianapolis, was shot protecting his students from a middle-schooler with two guns, people came together to pay his medical bills.
The Southern Baptist Convention has severed ties with its D.C. counterpart over the acceptance of homosexual clergy.