Despite the controversial agenda and violent nature of the Black Lives Matter movement, teachers in Philadelphia are participating in a BLM week for their students, provoking backlash from teachers and critics.
In an unprecedented move, the state of Virginia took a bold stand acknowledging the sanctity of life. With a vote of 57-36, the Virginia House of Delegates adopted a resolution last Wednesday to remember the millions of lives lost to abortion.
U.S. college campuses are treating references to God as an offense, unless of course they are blasphemous, heavily politicized with a Marxist skew, or simply within the criteria of the PC police.
Only in Hollywood, where fiction is king and leftism is the prevailing ideology, would Planned Parenthood be portrayed as a leader for racial equality and freedom.
A Christian pro-family group and a radical feminist group have joined forces to oppose the Obama administration's transgender bathroom policy as the Supreme Court considers a challenge to it.
The number of abortions performed in the United States fell to under one million for the first time since the mid-1970s, and the abortion rate fell to its lowest level since the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.
The PC movement continues to barrel through college campuses across the country with extraordinary steam as exemplified by a new campaign against so-called offensive language at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, in which students are asked to avoid innocuous words and phrases like “you guys” and “crazy.” The school published a guide for its “Check Yourself Educational Campaign” in which it lists a set of terms and words that are said to be offensive.
Last week, the National Rifle Association mourned the death of civil rights activist, NRA life member, and former NRA board member Roy Innis.
After a UN official blew the whistle on a UN coverup of Soviet atrocities in Hungary, he was fired, persecuted, and eventually died in a suspicious “suicide.” Here is his story.