What do you call a movement ensuring that fewer leftists will procreate (other than a prescription for societal health)? In the case in question here, it’s called “BirthStrike,” a female-led organization for people who’ve resolved not to have children because of, as they put it, the coming “climate breakdown and civilisation collapse.”
At a time when legal experts say it’s increasingly likely that Roe v. Wade will be overturned, the film Unplanned about former Planned Parenthood director-turned-pro-life-activist Abby Johnson is generating controversy and even an “R” rating.
A church is suing the state of Washington over a law forcing the church to pay for abortion coverage as part of the employee health plan it offers.
Under the guise of “social-emotional learning,” at least one school district in Florida ordered Middle School teachers to show propaganda films promoting the LGBT agenda to children.
The state of California is threatening to evict an elderly widow from a veterans’ home for the offense of leading Bible studies.
Perhaps it’s “light-brown privilege” — or something (un)like that. Actor Will Smith famously starred in the Men in Black film series, but now some critics are complaining that he’s not black enough to play his latest prospective role.
A dean at New Jersey’s Rider University has resigned after the school’s decision not to allow the Christian-owned Chick-fil-A fast-food chain on its campus.
Colorado has finally thrown in the towel on its years-long harrasment of Christian baker Jack Phillips.
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 North Carolina are working on legislation to cement a grading scale into place for public schools in which a 40 percent is considered a passing grade.
Conservatives have long warned that academia has gone to pot. Now it’s literally true, with colleges across the nation actually offering courses in cannabis studies.