Seventy-one years ago today an overzealous general, following unconstitutional orders from his commander-in-chief, started sending American citizens living in California to internment camps outside the state for the crime of being Japanese.
Atlanta's former school superintendent has been indicted in connection with a cheating scandal that financially profited school officials while falsely showing a dramatic academic improvement among the district's 52,000 mostly poor, black students.
An Oregon high school teacher said he is being targeted for termination from his job because of his vocal opposition to Planned Parenthood in his school and community.
Shouldn’t homosexuals have the right to marry if other Americans enjoy that right? Yes, they should. They have a right to form that union with a member of the opposite sex that we call marriage.
This isn’t just rhetoric. It is in fact a point that gets to the very heart of the matter, and traditionalists ignore it at their own peril.
In a segment with Megyn Kelly on the Wednesday edition of the O’Reilly Factor, host Bill O’Reilly lamented how traditionalists don’t have a “compelling argument” on the faux-marriage issue and that all we can do is “thump the Bible.” But if theistic thumping is all O’Reilly hears, he needs an ear for something other than the mainstream media.
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple reportedly received death threats after signing a bill banning abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy — or when a heartbeat can be detected.
Over the next couple of months the Supreme Court will decide whether or not the federal government has the authority to define marriage as only between a man and a woman.
Today the Supreme Court heard arguments in a challenge to California's Prop. 8 constitutional amendment, which defines marriage in the state as only between a man and a woman.
Karl Rove has stated that he can imagine the Republican Party's 2016 nominee for president supporting same-sex "marriage."
Pro-family groups and other pediatricians have responded to a statement by the 60,000-member American Academy of Pediatrics supporting same-sex "marriage."