Going to the bathroom at school shouldn’t be a life-changing experience – but that’s exactly what it became for Alexis the day she walked into girls’ restroom and saw a man’s face in the mirror.
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Remember that freedom is not free, which is what Memorial Day is designed to do. This weekend take time to pray a prayer of thanksgiving for those who have bought and fought for our freedom.
If you want to win over a room full of pastors, tell them you’ll repeal the Johnson Amendment! That’s exactly what Vice President Mike Pence did Friday morning during a surprise visit at our Watchmen on the Wall conference.
The NFL season hasn’t started, but the league is doing its best to make sure they still have fans when it does! A new anthem policy will take effect when the NFL kicks off in September — and not a moment too soon.
Today, there are more than 400,000 children in the foster care system with more than 100,000 of them awaiting adoption. The opioid crisis is adding approximately 90,000 children a year into the child welfare system.
What kind of fire are the Boy Scouts teaching kids to start? Angry parents want to know now that the organization is making condoms an official part of its World Jamboree.
The movement by LGBT activists to abolish the practice of “sexual orientation change efforts” (or, to critics, “conversion therapy”) has gotten a big boost with the push to pass California’s AB 2943.
Wrapped in a grief familiar to too many communities, a heartbroken Santa Fe turned, as it always has, to faith. Moments after the first shots rang out, phones started buzzing. “Please pray,” came one text after another.
Hours before Valedictorian Sam Blackledge was scheduled to give his graduation speech, he was called into the principal’s office. “They said they didn’t want to make it a religious ceremony.”
Kansas’s governor may have changed, but the commitment to religious liberty hasn’t! Sam Brownback’s successor is just as concerned about his state’s First Freedom as anyone — and last Friday, he proved it.
Such collaborative efforts between Muslims, Christians, and others who support religious freedom must continue, for without change at the grassroots, cultural level, violations of religious freedom will persist.
As bankers, JP Morgan Chase ought to know a bad investment when it sees one. Unfortunately, that didn’t stop the company from forking over a half-million dollar gift to the extremists at Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
President Trump is following through on his campaign promise that his administration will advocate for mothers and their unborn children every day he occupies the White House and take important steps to ensure taxpayers are not subsidizing the abortion industry.
Porn is everywhere, and the research is grim. States are lining up to declare it a public health hazard, and while a handful of people might mock the wave of legislation, Americans on both sides of the aisle are realizing: this is an actual catastrophe.
Ninety-one rulings into their fight for the abortion pill mandate, liberals have lost every case but three. For the pro-abortion Left, who’s used to the friendly turf of the courts, the drubbing speaks to just how bad the law is.
If all Donald Trump did with these four years was balance the courts, his presidency would still be a success. Lucky for us, he’s got his sights set on a lot more than that.
Just last week, Media Research Center released its latest report on bias, and found that a whopping 90 percent of the media’s coverage of President Trump is negative.
To suggest that evangelicals — or their influence — is shrinking just isn’t true. Pew’s own research also shows that the percentage of evangelicals who are identifying as Republican has jumped 16 points since 1994.
It’s been a whirlwind few weeks for Israel — first with a jubilant 70th anniversary of independence party and now, with the official opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem.
President Obama had a lot on his mind during his last few days in office — including, it turns out, the prison system. Obama mandated that prisoners be housed according to their self-identifying “gender.”
Last week, Colorado Mesa University gave the Class of 2018 a lot more than their diplomas to celebrate. The Grand Junction campus finally decided to let Karissa Erickson quote the Bible in her speech.
“We stand ready,” the senators write, “to break through the confirmation logjam and get the government funded before we break in August…
Wisconsin’s attorney general, Brad Schimel (R), is the latest one the Left is trying to tag as intolerant for daring to associate with a conservative group on SPLC’s bogus list: Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).
Moms are always there. They’re the ones that — no matter where we go or what we do — we can rely on to be there, guarding, guiding, and nurturing.
In just two weeks, Mike Pompeo has made some blockbuster headlines — and even more admirers. Today, he’s on an Air Force jet with three of them: American hostages released yesterday from North Korea.
Hoping to capture a high-value target, American soldiers moved forward with a plan to hunt down an ISIS terrorist at a nearby village in Niger.
Tuesday was the biggest day so far of the 2018 primaries, and conservatives had plenty to be happy about. Republicans turned out in large percentages in Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, and North Carolina.
Tuesday, President Trump announced he was withdrawing the United States from the Iran deal that’s been a disaster for U.S. and global security.
Fake news is alive and well. No wonder more people are tuning out the media. They don’t trust it. And outlets like the New York Times aren’t giving them any reason to try.
For Robert Rho, destroying tiny lives was all in a day’s work. He performed so many abortions, more than 40,000, that one more death probably seemed insignificant — until 2016, when that death was one of his 30-year-old patients.