Children being homeschooled in America has increased significantly, recent research shows.
The Obama administration has dropped its opposition to allowing girls of all ages to have unrestricted access to Plan B and other "morning after" emergency contraceptives.
New York City's health department has launched a smartphone app that offers teens advice on sex, pregnancy, birth control, abortion, and homosexual relationships, while sidestepping parental involvement.
A group of Republican congressmen has sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder, asking him to intervene on behalf of a German homeschool family seeking asylum in the United States.
What to do if your child is missing? Refer to the practical advice in “When Your Child is Missing” by Bob Smithers of the Laura Recovery Center Foundation for Missing Children.
It’s the time of the year again for wholesome, family-friendly movies to be recognized for their value — in an industry that seems to favor depravity. On Friday, February 15, the 21st Annual Movieguide Faith and Value Awards were held to celebrate films that uphold the American values of patriotism and faith.
On the heels of my recent article on women in combat, in which I defend traditionalism, it’s perhaps a good time to also take up the cudgels for that bugaboo of women’s studies classes: the housewife.
A Georgia mother is being hailed as a hero after she used her .38 revolver to stop a home intruder and protect herself and her children.
Nearly 50 Russian children who are about to be adopted by U.S. families may be stuck in overcrowded orphanages if Russian President Vladimir Putin signs a ban on such adoptions, passed December 26 by the upper chamber of Russia's parliament.
Responding to a tsunami of organized opposition against a highly controversial United Nations disability treaty known as the “UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities” (CRPD), on December 4, 38 GOP senators voted against a coalition of 61 Democrats and so-called “RINO” Republicans to kill the agreement by denying a two-thirds majority for ratification. The broad alliance of critics that came together to ultimately defeat the UN CRPD scheme had slammed it as everything from a serious threat to national sovereignty and parental rights to an underhanded power grab by global bureaucrats and pro-abortion forces.