A judge in the trial of "House of Horrors" abortionist Kermit Gosnell has dropped three murder charges in the deaths of babies who were allegedly killed after being born at the clinic.
While France's parliament forced same-sex marriage on the country with a final vote April 23, both secular and religious French citizens — and even homosexuals — continue to oppose the unpopular measure.
Several family-run businesses owned by people of faith have successfully defended their right to freely exercise their religion against attack by the Obama administration.
President Obama’s controversial contraception mandate, requiring all employers — even religious ones — to provide contraception to employees, isn’t his only attack on pro-lifers.
The Boy Scouts is considering a policy change that would allow youth who identify themselves as gay to participate in Scouting — a major change to the group's century-old ban on homosexuality.
There are many differences between races that have nothing to do with either genes or discrimination, but have much to do with their educational, economic or other outcomes.
"The Nexus of Faith and Freedom by Wesley Allen Riddle illustrates how Americans can escape from the spiritual and political confusion of modern times. Reviewed by T. Dan Tolleson
More horrific testimony has come forth of babies born alive and then killed at abortionist Kermit Gosnell's "House of Horrors" clinic in Philadelphia.
Anyone who has ever told peace activist and human rights crusader Patrick J. Mahoney to "take a hike" will should be happy because he is going on a prayer-walk in Ireland to stave off abortion in that country.
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple has signed into law the latest in a series of abortion restrictions passed by the state's legislature.