The United Nations and the CFR are joining forces to train American youth to be good "global citizens."
Fifty years ago today, C.S. Lewis died of kidney failure at his home in Oxford, England, and Great Britain is observing the 50th anniversary of the death of one of her finest writers.
Voters in Albuquerque, New Mexico, shot down a local referendum November 19 that would have banned late-term abortions in the city.
In a 5-4 vote on November 19, the Supreme Court declined to block a new Texas law that imposes some moderate restrictions on abortion. Consequently, the law will remain in effect pending an appeal at the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
A Portland, Oregon educator says that he is facing dismissal from his teaching job because of his opposition to Planned Parenthood.
Pro-life and human rights leaders have warned that China's supposed easing of its notorious one-child policy will not stop forced abortion and infanticide.
Billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates are under fire once again for targeting poor countries with abortion, population control.
An ad campaign in Colorado resorts to caricatures about casual sex and drinking in an effort to promote ObamaCare to young people.
Another bus driver has apparently paid the price for praying with one of his passengers.