The election is almost over, but there’s still time to get involved for the candidate of your choice. But just as important is what we do after the day of the election.
The next time you are watching your kids play soccer, I would like you to think about some other kids, halfway around the world, and their soccer balls.
It’s been a rough month financially for everyone. We’ve watched the stock markets plunge and our retirement or college plans shrivel up like autumn leaves.
A recent California Supreme Court ruling has significantly eroded our right to follow our consciences.
It’s not every day I give a low-budget film “two thumbs up.” But today I do.
As Chuck has told you these past few days, the population-controllers are a zealous bunch. They are also patient.
Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series has been getting a lot of press lately—especially since the fourth book in the series, titled Breaking Dawn, was released on August 2 to huge sales.
How far will our generosity extend today — you and me?
So if a same-sex couple can have benefits, why can’t two friends?
In his new book, Just Courage, Gary Haugen, president of International Justice Mission, recounts a childhood trip to Mt. Rainier with his father and two brothers.
That it has taken seven years to erect this memorial is a testimony to our uncertainty as to how best to memorialize the events of that day.
True martyrs do not choose death, but are put to death, because they cannot compromise their beliefs.Tags Islam
But day by day, Google and the Internet-at-large are convincing us that knowledge ought to be at our fingertips
For most Americans, prisoners and their families are an example of “out of sight, out of mind.”
It no longer costs taxpayers $23,000 a year to house, feed, and incarcerate Eddie McNeil. Instead, he pays taxes.