I guess climate change is nothing a Mayan goddess can't solve. At least that's what the U.N. thinks.
Want to control peoples' minds? Simply control the words they use -- or don't use.
Less then 25 percent of the members of Congress have served in the military. But when it came to "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," they've told combat soldiers, "Too bad."
Let me tell you about a Christmas miracle. And how you can be part of one through Angel Tree.
Is capitalism the cause - or solution - to our economic mess? One new book gives a compelling answer.
It's crystal clear now nobody in Washington really cares about the deficit. The Democrats got their stimulus, and the Republicans got some tax cuts
Religious leaders signed an important letter on marriage this week. And there's a reason you may not have heard anything about it.
A new study does not bode well for the future of marriage in America. What's the church to do? First, look in the mirror.
What's the easiest way to shut down a debate? Well these days, just label your opponent a hate-filled bigot.
When legitimate interests clash, like freedom of the press and government confidentiality, ethical dilemmas are sure to follow.
Well, you already know a federal judge thinks Christian beliefs are inherently offensive. Now, apparently, Apple does as well.
The Ninth Circuit will hear oral arguments in a case that could spell the doom of religious freedom in America.
Attempting to live the Christian life without this knowledge isn't only foolish, it's a kind of self-cruelty — denying ourselves the riches of our own faith.
The government's top priority is national security. So it had better get serious about promoting freedom of religion at home and abroad.
Will the Supreme Court uphold religious freedom when it hears the California marriage case? A lot may depend on a dreadful ruling it issued 20 years ago.
Few people are talking about a ticking time-bomb in the Sudan. On Jan. 9, the people of southern Sudan will vote on whether to remain a part of Sudan.
On Sunday our friends in liturgical churches celebrated a holy day we should all become familiar with. It's Christ the King Sunday.
Once in a while, I have an urgent message for the Church. This is one of those times.
The election is over and it's time for Congress to get serious about the budget. The first big test may tell us whether political self-interest trumps the public good.
According to Britain's Guardian newspaper, the Chinese government "has been considering options for relaxing" its infamous "one-child" policy.
For years I've been making the case that the sanctity of human life is a fundamental, universal principal. And now, thanks to NASA, it's a galactic one.
Should we celebrate or reject multiculturalism? The German Chancellor has an opinion, and so do I.
I am personally outraged over the media's inattention to what's really happening in Iraq. And you ought to be as well.
The votes have been counted. Now it's time to pray for our elected leaders. And it's time for the Church to be the Church.
You've seen them everywhere: pink ribbons and wristbands to raise awareness about breast-cancer prevention. But before you donate, find out where the money is going.