The Egard Watch Company has released a rebuttal on YouTube to Gillette’s “toxic masculinity” ad, and it celebrates men rather than criticizing them.
“Do it for the children” is how the Left sometimes sells a policy. But what the media did for some children (adolescents, actually) on Saturday is worth noting: They viciously maligned a group of Catholic teens who’d attended the March for Life in Washington, D.C., causing them to endure scorn, character assassination, and even threats to their safety.
Utah abortionist Leah Torres has charged the Almighty with performing more of the murderous procedures than she does.
In spite of the government shutdown with many empty facilities and streets around D.C., the National Mall was filled Friday with marchers for the nation’s largest pro-life rally. Every year the March For Life makes an impact on D.C., and the world at large, as people from all over the world travel to support our greatest human right, the right to life. This 46th year was no exception, as an estimated 200,000 to 300,000 people rallied to the theme, “Unique From Day One, Pro-Life is Pro-Science.”
We really didn’t need more proof that Google is no more representative of America than a “progressive” college campus where senseless snowflakes run amok. But just to make sure we know, the Daily Caller Foundation disclosed internal documents that demonstrate just how far to the left the hyper-sensitive nerds and geeks at the company really tilt.
The educational quackery that passes for reading instruction in America's public schools today just suffered another major blow. In a stinging rebuke of the methodology that has handicapped countless millions of Americans for generations, Emily Hanford at NPR hit a home run for the cause of literacy. The question is whether it will make any difference.
National Review has long been considered a flagship publication for conservativsm, but is it really more of a Trojan Horse?
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is demanding that his state’s legislature pass a bill that would facilitate abortions at all stages of pregnancy.
Almost a quarter of a billion Christians worldwide face serious persecution, according to a new report issued by the Open Doors organization.
To most, LifeWay’s survey confirms what they think they already know: Young people are leaving the church once they get out of the house and onto a college campus.
Tulane University has reached an agreement with the federal government to stop discriminating against men by offering female-only scholarships and financial aid. The announcement marks a rare victory for men in this increasingly hostile post-#MeToo climate.