Roswell, New Mexico, recently passed a resolution declaring itself, as pro-life activists are putting it, “a sanctuary for the unborn.”
A drag queen who read stories to children at a Houston public library last year is a convicted pedophile considered to be at risk of repeating his offense.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) says that gun ownership among women has risen 77 percent since 2005, with most women purchasing guns to protect themselves.
Lawmakers in Missouri have introduced a new pro-life measure that would require both parents to be notified before a minor obtains an abortion.
It’s not the kind of intra-family-squabbles case you’ll see on Judge Judy, but a 27-year-old Indian man intends to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent.
The Egard Watch Company has released a rebuttal on YouTube to Gillette’s “toxic masculinity” ad, and it celebrates men rather than criticizing them.
Planned Parenthood President Leana Wen recently declared abortion to be her organization's "core mission," saying, "It's who we are."
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland has placed billboards throughout Des Moines, Iowa, applauding women who feel no shame or remorse for having abortions.
A proposal being considered by the Washington, D.C., city council would require parents participating in playgroups to get a license.
Although many holidays have broad international appeal, Thanksgiving — arguably America’s second-favorite holiday after Christmas — is celebrated only in the United States and Canada. What originated as a sort of harvest festival among British colonists in the New World has taken on a life of its own. No longer is Thanksgiving a mere celebration of the harvest (a ritual found in many cultures); it has become a symbol of the oft-neglected virtue of gratitude.