Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer is set to open in over 700 theaters around the country, revealing the account of the trial of Kermit Gosnell, Philadelphia’s infamous abortionist.
You’re certainly free to fire an employee if he insists on coming to work in a thong bikini. But if he’s a man dressing as a woman, then your freedom of association and business’s well being are expected to take a back seat to the transgender agenda. This double standard has worsened in recent times, but not everyone is taking it lying down.
Shortly after the news broke that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) still maintained some ties to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) — a far-left fringe group widely condemned as an anti-Christian “hate group” by critics — Attorney General Jeff Sessions dropped the hammer. Speaking in front of a mainstream Christian group of pro-freedom attorneys maligned by the SPLC, the Justice Department chief pledged that the DOJ would not be partnering with any organizations that unfairly slander or discriminate against Americans for their faith. Everybody, including the SPLC, knew exactly who Sessions was talking about — the SPLC, of course.
The FDA has contracted with a company to provide fresh human tissue from aborted babies for experiments involving implanting that tissue into “humanized mice.”
High-school students in Dallas, Oregon, must share restroom facilities with their “transgender” peers, a federal judge has ruled.
A growing number of young moms and dads across America are indulging in a bizarre new parenting trend: starting their kids off in life as gender-neutral “theybies.”
Former President Jimmy Carter said he belives Jesus would approve of same-sex marriage — and at least some abortions.
A feature film about Roe v. Wade is facing intense opposition after its pro-life perspective was revealed.
A pro-life Arizona pharmacist is gettng more attention than he wished over his refusal to fill an abortifacient prescription.
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.