Now gay "marriage" is being touted as a "great" socially conservative movement
- June 15, 2013 |
Some have declared the Internal Revenue Service's tea party targeting scandal is over, but new complaints continue to pour in to the American Center for Law and Justice, which is already representing two dozen clients who faced IRS scrutiny.
The U.S. Supreme Court on June 10 refused to hear an appeal of a Colorado ruling that bars protesters from displaying graphic images of abortion in places that might upset children.
A rally that attracted more than 40,000 people last week to stand against homosexuality and abortion highlights the growing presence of evangelicals in Brazil, South America's largest country.
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President Barack Obama has authorized sending U.S. weapons to Syrian rebels for the first time, a U.S. official said Thursday after the White House said it has proof the Syrian government had used chemical weapons against opposition forces fighting to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.
What began as an outbreak of protests over the redevelopment of Istanbul's Gezi Park has rapidly escalated into widespread anger at what protesters view as the Turkish government's overly conservative and authoritarian agenda.
More than 50 million Iranians are eligible to vote today for which of the six candidates they wish to be their new president. However, despite the apparent choice on offer, little change is expected for the Christian minority in the country.
To all my fellow dads out there – Happy Father’s Day!
The conclusion of a new report by the U.S. Hudson Institute researcher Lela Gilbert is clear and unequivocal: gender-based violence plays a key strategic role in the plans of those who wish to eradicate Christians and Christian belief from Muslim lands.
A Christian woman in Somalia was imprisoned recently for participating in underground Christian work.
While most teens shop online, three out of four prefer shopping in person at malls.
The United Nations says nearly 93,000 people have now been killed in the civil war in Syria -- and that's just the confirmed death toll.
As a father of four and a father-in-law of two more, I feel my role as a father much more viscerally than ever before. So what IS a father? I've given that some thought of late.
Nearly one year since a massive wildfire decimated neighborhoods just to the west of our campus here in Colorado Springs, we once again find ourselves glued to news reports of devastating fires destroying homes in the area.
Southern Baptists overwhelmingly voted Wednesday to stand with churches and families that drop ties with the Boy Scouts of America over its decision to allow openly gay Scouts, and urged the BSA to remove leaders who supported the change in policy.
Texas state Rep. Phil King is calling for a full investigation of late-term abortion doctor Douglas Karpen. The call for an investigation comes after King viewed a video recorded by the pro-life group Life Dynamics, in which three of Karpen's former employees admitted to participating in numerous instances in which babies were born alive and killed during abortion procedures at his Houston abortion clinic.
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the Obama administration over the National Security Administration's massive phone data collection program.
Though the economy is rebounding, the teen unemployment rate has remained virtually unchanged over the past two years.