Communist authorities are ramping up their enforcement of a law forbidding children in China from becoming Christians.
A former Planned Parenthood sex-education teacher claims that the organization's sex-ed classes are designed to promote promiscuity as a way to grow its abortion business.
A pro-LGBTQ city councilman decried the “white supremacist” beliefs of protestors opposed to an upcoming Drag Queen Story Hour at a city library.
Satanic invocations, pentagrams, and “Festivus” poles at Christmastime — and now the fourth annual “Pagan Pride Day” in Ann Arbor, Michigan. That’s life in fractured, confused, post-Christian America where, with people awash in relativism and driven by emotion, there soon may be as many “faiths” as feelings.
VIDEO - In this exclusive interview with The New American magazine, the co-CEOs of the Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota explain the history of the largest stone mountain carving in the world. Monique and Jadwiga Ziolkowski, two daughters of the man who began the carving back in the late 1940s, are among the many family members involved in continuing this historic effort. Best of all for taxpayers, the work is financed by private donations and receives NO tax money — just as the founders of the monument intended. Watch and learn about this amazing American creation.
At the University of Kansas, LGBTQ faculty have taken up the failing campaign to destroy Chick-fil-A.
According to American Thinker’s Christopher Skeet, with the sexual devolution’s perfect track record of collapsing one sexual standard after another, the “next logical target, currently being implemented, is the sexualization of children.”
Vice President Mike Pence said attempts to sanitize religious expression from VA facilities will not be tolerated under the Trump administration.
A new Alabama law greatly diminishing the role of the state in the institution of marriage goes into effect today. Instead of issuing marriage licenses, the state will now only record that marriages exist instead of sanctioning them.
A federal appeals court has overturned a lower court ruling that would have allowed atheists to offer the invocation in Pennsylvania’s House of Representatives.