Just when we thought Congress might do the right thing when it comes to ethics, they pull another fast one.
The Separation of Church and State is one thing. But the isolation of church from state is another.
We are facing the battle of our lifetime: The battle over freedom of religion. As Christians, we know that freedom is the natural condition of human beings because we were created in God's image.
Make no mistake. The raging controversy over the Obama Administration's refusal to exempt religious organizations from onerous health care mandates is a big deal. A very big deal.
Are all homosexuals "born that way"? Not if you believe the testimony of a prominent "gay" actress.
We have reached the point where Christians may be called to actively defy the government of the United States. This is a shocking and sobering statement, but I'm sorry to say it's true.
God instituted marriage for the good of man (restraining and channeling his sexuality), for the protection and dignity of woman, and the flourishing of human society.
Komen is the kind of respectable and mainstream partner that Planned Parenthood desperately needs to continue its charade that it is all about "women's health."
State-sponsored gambling has always been a sucker's bet, which makes the newest rush to expand it, well, insanity.
The issue of "expunging gender from playthings" is part of a larger political project. This project sees the blurring, if not eradication, of gender differences as the key to female equality.
If you needed more proof that religious freedom is in danger, the Obama Administration is glad to help.
Politics is a full-contact sport, but we've got to stop playing games with peoples' lives.
Certainly our freedom of religion can’t be trumped by the right “to love the way you want to.” Can it?
Even though there’s a long way to go, 2011 was a great year for the pro-life movement. I’ll explain why.
As the Professor said in the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, “I wonder what they do teach them at these schools."
Did you know that going “green” can also be an effective way to help the poor?
Our culture doesn’t know the difference between a celebrity and a hero. Does the Church?
What do universal human experiences tell us about humans? More importantly, what do they point to?
If a woman is forced into an abortion by her husband, is she really exercising her “right to choose”?
As another bizarre news story shows, when put to the test, moral relativists can’t cling to their views.
Squeaky-Clean. A proven winner. America should love this guy. Except he has one major flaw.
What did we learn from earlier attempts to play God? The honest answer is “be more (careful and ) discrete.”
Is modern liberalism sawing off the branch it’s sitting on?
I can’t help noticing that while President Obama and Secretary Clinton were vigorously defending sexual freedom, religious freedom is being ditched.
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