Two parents in Chandler, Arizona, have been granted custody over their children months after the kids were taken into state custody because the parents failed to bring their sick toddler to the hospital.
As National Police Week comes to a close, The John Birch Society has some great ideas for how you can support your local police and keep them independent all year long.
The popular PBS children’s cartoon series Arthur has introduced the homosexual agenda into its storyline.
Hundreds of pro-life demonstrators turned out in Philadelphia to protest a state representative's repeated attempts to intimidate peaceful pro-life advocates into silence.
After transgender athlete Mary Gregory smashed four women’s powerlifting world records, the 100% Raw Powerlifting Federation has determined that Gregory, a biological male, was not eligible to compete as a female.
A conservative legal advocacy group has stepped forward to defend a WWII POW’s Bible on display at a Vermont veterans center.
VIDEO - Heather Hobbs joins The New American to discuss two bills (SB579 & HB2217) that are currently in the pipeline in Oregon related to the Death with Dignity Act. The two amendments that have been introduced relate to a required waiting period for assisted suicide, as well as expanding the methods of acquiring medications.
Students at the University of North Texas learned about “Sexual Pleasure and Response in Infants” in their human sexuality course entitled “Psychology and Sexual Behavior.”
At a Vatican conference Thursday, Pope Francis called for the end of sovereignty and the establishment of a global government.
A study commissioned by the U.K.’s foreign secretary has found that the persecution of Christians around the world is nearing near genocidal levels.
No matter the storied American figure, symbol, or tradition, you can bet the culture renders will find a feeling out there to justify its destruction. And so it is at a Northern California school that may remove an 83-year-old George Washington mural that’s supposedly “offensive and demeaning” and “traumatizes students and community members.”