A Christian school in Canada has been ordered by authorities to stop teaching parts of the Bible — specifically, those parts deemed to be “offensive” and, therefore, in violation of the Alberta “human rights” act.
A recent decision by the United Kingdom's Supreme Court is being hailed by pro-life leaders for protecting the unborn in Northern Ireland.
GuideStar, which calls itself a nonpartisan and nonpolitical watchdog of nonprofits, has exposed itself as part of the progressive Left.
Pew Research's new report says Americans are more and more comfortable with guns and gun ownership, and less and less enchanted with anti-gun laws.
The St. Louis Cardinals are refusing to bow to demands by homosexual activists that the team disinvite one of its former players as the keynote speaker for its July 30 “Christian Day.”
A California Court dismissed 14 of 15 charges filed against David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt for secretly videotaping interviews with Planned Parenthood personnel.
An Education Department memo says the department will now investigate schools for failing to refer to transgender students by their "preferred name or pronoun," and the memo could be used to reinstate Obama's bathroom policy.
Oregon has enacted a controversial measure allowing its residents to identify themselves as male, female, or neither on driver's licenses and ID cards.
Despite spending more per pupil than all but two large school districts in America, at least half a dozen government schools in Baltimore were unable to produce one single student who was proficient in either English or math last year.
Planned Parenthood's recently released annual report for last year shows that the abortion giant managed to do a booming business in dispatching pre-born babies while seeing fewer patients overall.
A Canadian Christian school has been ordered by the local school board to refrain from teaching “any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals.”