In Tuesday’s Illinois primary, Planned Parenthood lost a lot of money trying to knock off one of the Left’s biggest nuisances, pro-life Democrat Rep. Dan Lipinski (Ill.)
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The the city may have ground to a halt during Winter Storm Toby, but the House and Senate are still open for business, and one of the biggest priorities is something we can all agree on: ending sex trafficking.
Shea, who’s an expert on refugee policy, can’t understand how these Christians would have been barred from the U.S. when 99 percent of the refugees invited to America under the same legislation made it through.
While 300 kids are waiting for homes, the liberals on the Philadelphia City Council and Councilwoman Cindy Bass proved they are more concerned with pushing their intolerant agenda than they are with finding children good homes.
Dr. Everett Piper, President of Oklahoma Wesleyan, couldn’t believe it. Here he is, fighting the government to keep men out of girls’ campus bathrooms, and a Republican leader has tanked one of the only bills that would give his college relief.
Governor McMaster, a vocal advocate of adoption organizations like Miracle Hill, signed his name to a new executive order that protects the religious liberty of faith-based groups.
If there aren’t atheists in foxholes, why should we put them in the Chaplain Corps? Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) is astounded that the Navy is even considering letting someone who doesn’t believe in God join the chaplaincy.
For Planned Parenthood, the pot of Title X money is important, since it’s one of two ways the group gets federal and state dollars. Last April, President Trump made it easier to turn off the taxpayer-funded spigot to Planned Parenthood.
By tenths of a percent, Democrat Conor Lamb, a 33-year-old Marine vet, is on the verge of snatching a seat away from a district that Donald Trump won by 20 points.
President Trump announced this morning that Tillerson is out and CIA Director Mike Pompeo is in. There is now hope for change at the agency that has few if any rivals in being at cross purposes with American values and principles.
Last month, on ABC’s “The View,” host Joy Behar disparaged Christians by comparing Vice President Mike Pence’s Christian faith — a faith shared by millions of Americans — to “mental illness.” Behar reportedly called VP Pence and apologized.
Most adoption and foster care providers, like most parents, put the needs of children first. But LGBT activists are once again showing that they are more concerned with the desires of adults than the needs of children.
Another piece of the president’s plan is establishing a Federal Commission on School Safety, chaired by Secretary DeVos. The commission would focus on age restrictions for certain guns, entertainment ratings systems, violent video games, mental health treatment, etc.
Two hundred forty-five members of Congress earned a True Blue award from FRC Action for voting with the family 100 percent of the time. West Virginia’s Rep. David McKinley was one of them.
Gerson regurgitates his year-old talking points about the president’s moral failings, insisting that Christians — the biggest champions of grace and forgiveness — ought to somehow refuse both to Trump.
If there’s one thing Planned Parenthood’s learned over the last few years, it’s that crime does pay. A lot, according to the Government Accountability Office.
Every club at Wayne State University gets to choose its own leaders, Greg Piper pointed out. Except one. Can you guess which? Try the school’s Christian InterVarsity chapter.
Both parties are still pouring over what happened in Texas on Tuesday, but the biggest story may be the one nobody’s talking about. The liberal media likes to say that the bathroom debate is much ado about nothing.
To some sports writers, the team’s seminar on porn was way out of left field. CBS writer Mike Axisa all but mocked the session, saying the topic belonged in high school, not with a group of grown men.
For groups like Planned Parenthood, it’s always been a delicate dance. As everyone knows, it’s illegal for Richards to use even a penny of federal funds on the group’s political activities.
Looking back, her heart wrenches at the thought. Little Emersyn Faith, diagnosed with Down syndrome, has been one of the most unexpected joys of her life.
When Cecile Richards steps down from Planned Parenthood in May, she’ll have presided over some of the most scandalous years in the organization’s history.
Billy Graham’s funeral may end up being one of the most significant events of the year — but you wouldn’t know it based on the mainstream media coverage.
At Media Matters, why don’t kids matter? The Soros-funded group seems to be going out of its way to shame the organizations whose only concern is exactly that.
Yesterday, in a letter that rocked the country music scene, Governor Mike Huckabee announced that he was leaving his seat on the board of the Country Music Association (CMA) Foundation
People for the American Way and Right Wing Watch are trying to undo the results of the election — one court case at a time. Their latest attempt, suing the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), is a stretch even by leftist standards.
While Graham laid in the Capitol, at least two extremist groups took one last opportunity to malign the man who delivered a message that changed millions of American lives.
On Wednesday Vice President Mike Pence made the mile and a half trek down Constitution Avenue to cast another tie-breaking vote — this time on the Office of Management and Budget’s new deputy, Russell Vought.
In a slap at the National Rifle Association, Delta tweeted that it would be “ending the [NRA’s] contract for discounted rates through our group travel program.
If anyone is relieved to see that the Senate is finally going to vote on Russell Vought, it’s OMB chief Mick Mulvaney.