A Florida schoolteacher humiliated a 12-year-old boy in front of an entire class after she caught him reading the Bible during free reading time.
A few months back, Delores received a telephone call from her great-grandson. Austin is 19-years-old, a senior at Parkway High School in Rockford, Ohio. And he had a very important question for his "Granny DD."
If U.S. News & World Report had a category for "Most Overly Sensitive Institution of Higher Learning," Dartmouth College would win in a landslide.
Since 1924, City Gospel Mission has been providing food, shelter and hope for Cincinnati's homeless population. But the Christian ministry's mission to house homeless men may be jeopardized because of federal regulations banning religious and gender discrimination.
My dear friend Michelle Cox has written a novel that every parent in America needs to read. It's called, "Just 18 Summers." She reminds us that we have just 18 summers before our children leave home. Just 18 Summers.
Hulk Hogan once said, "I fear no man, no beast or evil, brother." And the wrestlers at South High School in Parkersburg, W.Va. fear no atheist.
A New York City news organization has apologized after it canceled a church's advertising campaign promoting its Easter Sunday services – just three days before Good Friday.
University of Minnesota at Morris biology professor Dr. Paul Zachary Myers doesn't like young Republicans. In fact, he called them "a**holes."
It's almost Easter, but an incident that occurred just before Valentine's Day crossed by desk — and it's got me fired up. A little boy cried after a Nazareth, Penn. teacher confiscated his Valentine's Day cards because they contained religious messages and a Bible verse about Jesus, a lawsuit filed this week in federal court alleges.
Gay rights trump religious rights. That's the rule of law in New Mexico after the U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to consider whether a wedding photographer was within her rights when she refused to film a gay couple's commitment ceremony.
On March 14 Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Welsh told members of the House Armed Services committee that there was no war on religious liberty.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker believes he can do all things through Christ, but an atheist group charges that he cannot do all things through Christ on his official social media platforms.
For more than a decade new military recruits at Maxwell Air Force Base – Gunter Annex in Alabama have received a Bible from Gideons International volunteers. But that tradition has come to an end after volunteers said they were told by the military that they would no longer be allowed to personally distribute the pocket-sized Bibles to recruits.
The Air Force Academy removed a Bible verse posted on a cadet's whiteboard after it determined the posting had offended other cadets, a spokesman for the academy said.
"I was horrified," said John Stemberger, chairman of the board of Trail Life USA, a new, rapidly growing scouting organization that doesn't allow openly gay members.
The culture war may be lost and religious liberty might not be that far behind, according to a new survey from LifeWay Research.
President Obama is launching a new initiative to help young men of color. It's called My Brother's Keeper.
The sun was just beginning to rise over the Rocky Mountains, but Sheriff Justin Smith was already awake. He was standing outside Fort Collins High School – shivering in the frigid cold.
Students and parents at a Colorado high school are outraged after administrators turned down their request for a spirit weekday honoring America because it might offend non-Americans.
At approximately 4 a.m. Thursday morning, Justin Bieber learned an age-old lesson – nothing good ever happens after midnight.
Get out of New York! That's the message Empire State Governor Andrew Cuomo is sending to pro-life, pro-gun, pro-traditional marriage conservatives.
The parents of a six-year-old girl said their daughter was humiliated when a teacher interrupted the child's one-minute speech and told her to sit down because she's "not allowed to talk about the Bible in school," attorneys for the California family allege.
The Mainstream Media is hyperventilating over a traffic jam? If only they were as concerned about the gridlock in the halls of Congress in Washington, D.C. as they are about the gridlock on the George Washington Bridge.
A California elementary school is facing a possible lawsuit after ateacher allegedly confiscated a six-year-old child's Christmas candy canes and told him "Jesus is not allowed in school."
Duck Dynasty has been sacrificed on the altar of political correctness. By now you probably know that A&E indefinitely suspended Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the Duck Dynasty family, for following the teachings of the Holy Bible. Nothing says tolerance and diversity by silencing the Christians and shoving them in a closet.