The New American recently interviewed Robert "Robby" Baehr at the headquarters of Movieguide and the Christian Film & Television Commission in Camarillo, California.
Marlise Muñoz — a pregnant woman who had been described as “brain dead” — died soon after being removed from life support machines at a Fort Worth hospital on the morning of January 26. Mrs. Muñoz was hospitalized after collapsing at her home on November 26, apparently from a pulmonary embolism.
The Little Sisters of the Poor and Aged won another temporary victory at the U.S. Supreme Court Friday.
Democrats were quick to denounce comments made Thursday by former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee at the winter meeting of the Republican National Committee in Washington, D.C.
Bill Jasper, senior editor of The New American magazine, interviews Movieguide’s Evelyn Baehr.
Braving temperatures with wind chills in the single digits, dedicated pro-lifers from all over the United States gathered in our nation’s capital on January 22 to participate in the 41st annual March for Life.
Conservatives living in the Cuomo Empire State may stop packing and cancel their moving van rentals, as Governor Cuomo has admitted there's room (but not much hope) for New York conservatives.
Governor Andrew Cuomo recently said that "extreme conservatives" had no place in New York. But what is true extremism and who are the true extremists? And would we rather be radical or wrong?
The New American recently interviewed Dr. Ted Baehr at the headquarters of Movieguide and the Christian Film & Television Commission in Camarillo, California.