Hispanic leaders and advocates for immigrants are praising Barack Obama for the administration's decision to keep illegal youth out of deportation proceedings. However Republican Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and others accuse the president backtracking on immigration reform and imposing "backdoor amnesty."
An Illinois Circuit Court judge upheld the state's decision to drop adoption and foster care service contracts with Catholic Charities Thursday, ignoring the group’s claims that their contracts were discontinued because of its religion-inspired policies.
The pastor of the non-denominational Reality Church called a family-style meeting Thursday to explain to congregants why elders do not feel led to take legal action against Washington state officials who denied their request to baptize members at a public park.
Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) members, once hesitant to directly challenge the leadership of the first black President, are being goaded by an angry black crowd to go after Barack Obama's failed leadership on jobs.
Economists who are doubtful of the administration's claim that increased food stamp rates are a stimulus for the economy, warn such a heavy reliance on social programs will bankrupt America as it has done for many Europeans nations.
Starbucks CEO and Chairman Howard Schultz's political campaign donation boycott is picking up steam after two Wall Street CEOs endorsed the pledge agreeing that bipartisan leadership is lacking in America.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lawsuit filed against a Missouri school district for filtering what it calls "educational lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender content" has no legal grounds or traction and will likely be thrown out, speculated Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) Senior Counsel David Cortman.
As governor of the state responsible for over 40 percent of the nation's jobs since 2009, Texas Republican Rick Perry is wasting no time explaining why he is better suited to take on President Barack Obama's economic record than frontrunner Mitt Romney.
Christian leaders in the U.S. say Britain's mob violence should teach the West that strengthening families and fostering morals are not just a matter of tradition, but of social safety.Tags Youth
Ron Paul’s impressive second place finish in Saturday's Iowa straw poll is giving the Texas Congressman a jump on his ride to the top of the GOP field with a renewed emphasis on his pro-life convictions and his timely message about limited government.
A reporter's question to presidential candidate Michele Bachmann about marital submission ignited talk about the biblical role of husbands and wives and fueled the debate over sexism in the media. In an obvious demonstration of disapproval, the crowd booed after a panelist from the Washington Examiner asked Bachmann if she would be submissive to her husband in the White House.
The U.S. Postal Service, which is trying to save itself from financial insolvency, is cutting over 121,000 jobs and asking Congressional approval to break free of costly government regulations and privatize its employee health and retirement systems.
PBS hosts Tavis Smiley and Cornel West, once strong supporters of Barack Obama, are traveling the country criticizing the president for failing to protect the poor during the debt talks. Noted African-American evangelical Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr. agrees that the president has done little to help the poor, but says systemic changes, not more wasteful spending, are necessary to lift Americans out of poverty.
Vacation Bible School (VBS) is no longer the only vacation school in town thanks to Kentucky members of Glenn Beck's grassroots liberty group called the 9/12 Project.
A Nevada judge dealt the bankrupt Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), a financial deathblow, a $5,000 fine, for "making a mockery of our election system,” in an improper voter compensation case.Tags Politics