Napp Nazworth

Christian Post Reporter

Have Liberals Unfriended Obama?

While liberals have been supportive of President Barack Obama for most of his presidency, that may be starting to change. Recently, Obama-friendly media and Democrats have not been as friendly as they used to be.

Analysis: Filibuster Did Not Come From Founders

When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid led a change to the rules of the Senate filibuster this week, some opponents of the change invoked the Founders in their defense of the status quo. The filibuster, though, did not come from the Founders. Rather, it came about by accident and would have been abhorred by the Founders.

Why Is Guatemala Blocking Americans From Adopting Its Orphans?

Six years after Guatemala passed a new law intended to address fraudulent adoptions, children still wait to be united with their adoptive parents. The Christian Post spoke with three adoptive parents who indicated that Guatemalan government officials appear to be blocking them from bringing their children to their new homes.

Sen. Ted Cruz Attacks Pres. Obama's 'Extreme Embrace' of Unchecked Federal Gov't Power

The President Barack Obama administration, through the U.S. Department of Justice's legal advocacy, has been extreme in its defense of federal power, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said during a Thursday speech at The Federalist Society's "2013 National Lawyers Convention." To illustrate his point, Cruz discussed the nine times that the U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously rejected DOJ arguments.

Will Immigration Reform Die in the House?

The immigration reform strategy emerging from House leaders will depend on revamping immigration policy first, including border security, and then dealing with the issue of "appropriate legal status" for current unauthorized immigrants second, say House staffers working on the issue.

Public Prayer Case: Will Supreme Court Go Big or Small?

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday for Town of Greece vs. Galloway, a case addressing the constitutionality of sectarian prayers at a town board meeting. Experts agree that the Court will rule in favor of the public prayers, but how it decides the case could be more significant.