A couple in Canada was denied the right to adopt a child because of their conviction that homosexuality is a sin.
Starbucks is in the spotlight again this holiday season for allegedly promoting homosexuality with its Christmas-themed coffee cups.
The impiety of many of our country's present leaders makes it easy to forget that the United States was once governed by devout men who acknowledged the one true God and their debt to Him in everything. These statesmen were courageously unafraid to give public thanks to God. It is refreshingly edifying to review the role our founders played in establishing Thanksgiving Day.
Even in light of the timely and invaluable aid proffered by the Indians, more than any other consideration it was the tireless and firm faith of the Pilgrims that kept them alive and animated their steadfast resolve to bloom where the Hand of the Almighty God had planted them, no matter how rocky, unknown, and hostile the soil.
With Thanksgiving this week, it is an optimal time for anyone who is white to layer themselves in guilt.
A Canadian university has disciplined a graduate student for evenhandedly presenting both sides of the debate over the use of “gender-neutral” pronouns.
Several recent studies reveal that despite the feminist Left’s best efforts, women continue to prefer what feminists have dubbed “toxic masculinity.”
Government K-8 schools in California recently became the first in America to start demanding pro-homosexual and transgender propaganda in history textbooks, sparking celebrations among those who would indoctrinate children.
To protect the snowflakes at Brooklyn College in New York, school officials are asking members of the NYPD to stay out of sight because apparently the mere sight of the police officers could offend the students.
The ACLU has inserted itself into a conflict between a Kansas junior college and a Muslim student who was dismissed from the school's basketball team.
Marshawn Lynch, an Oakland Raiders running back, apparently finds Mexico a country commanding greater respect than his own.