Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union which sponsors the Conservative Political Action Conference, revealed Monday that gay Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos has been disinvited as a speaker at the conference due to video that surfaced Sunday purportedly showing him defending pedophilia.
Members of the pro-life movement are expressing their condolences to the family of Norma McCorvey, the plaintiff of the landmark Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade who later became a strong anti-abortion advocate.
While permanently associated with the landmark United States Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, Norma McCorvey eventually became an advocate for pro-life causes.
Prominent Christian conservatives, many of whom were "NeverTrumpers," are now voicing outrage over a controversial speaker invite made by the Conservative Political Action Conference to gay Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos as video surfaced over the weekend purportedly showing him defending pedophilia.
Former governor of Arkansas and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has defended HBO host Bill Maher despite their many disagreements on religion and other matters, after Maher invited controversial libertarian Milo Yiannopoulos on his show despite criticism from liberals.
Evangelist Anne Graham Lotz has come to the defense of First Lady Melania Trump for her reading of the Lord's Prayer at a rally in Melbourne, Florida, for her husband, President Donald Trump, after leftists mocked and ridiculed the First Lady online.
Trump Speaks to Thousands in Florida, Blasts 'Fake News' Media; Melania Leads Crowd in Lord's Prayer
President Donald Trump spoke to thousands of supporters at a rally in Melbourne, Florida, on Saturday, blasting the media, which he said were "part of the corrupt system," and raising issues facing the country, including jobs, national security, crime and terrorism. First Lady Melania Trump led the crowd in a reading of the Lord's Prayer.
Transgender Policies Cause 'Erasure' of Females, 'Voyeurism,' 'Eugenics' on Children, Say Women's Rights Activists
A diverse coalition of women's rights advocates across the political spectrum are blasting 'gender identity' laws and transgenderism because, they say, it amounts to the erasure of women, voyeurism, and practicing eugenics on children.
For months, allegations have swirled in various circles that President Donald Trump has dubious connections to Russia, especially its strong man leader Vladimir Putin.
Radical feminists, right-leaning Christians, and a Jewish lesbian who is a former drill sergeant are uniting to fight against "gender identity" laws, policies they say pose an grave threat to women and girls.
Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines revealed this week that he prayed for former President Barack Obama and his family almost every day by name during the course of his eight-year term and he plans on doing the same for recently installed President Donald Trump.
Florida's highest court decided to reinstate an injunction against a state law that mandated a 24-hour waiting period to have an abortion.
Best-selling conservative author Ann Coulter recently claimed that President Donald Trump is, in her opinion, "head of state" and now "head of church."
The fact that exit polls show that 81 percent of evangelical voters and a majority of white Christians voted for President Donald Trump in the 2016 election represents a "crisis in the Church" and shows that the Church is more racially divided than ever, Rev. Jim Wallis has warned.
Arkansas has moved one major step closer to enacting a bill that bans abortions that are committed because of the sex of the child.
The governor of Texas and a group of pastors have advised the NFL to stay out of the affairs of Texas in response to a boycott threat.
The Washington Supreme Court has dealt another blow to Christian grandma florist Barronelle Stutzman by ruling on Thursday that she violated state law when she declined to make floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding.
Oklahoma is one step closer to approving a bill that would allow for the Ten Commandments to be displayed on public property alongside other historic documents.
The evangelical refugee resettlement agency World Relief, one of nine agencies authorized to resettle refugees in the United States, has laid off over 140 employees and closed five local offices due to President Donald Trump's Jan. 27 executive order on refugee resettlement.
Although opponents of North Carolina's controversial transgender bathroom law have claimed that corporate backlash will cause huge economic losses, Lt. Gov. Dan Forrest said Wednesday that the state's economy is doing "extremely well" despite small losses suffered from HB 2-related backlash.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he was open to any solution for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, including ditching the "two-state solution" to the decades-long land dispute.
The House of Representatives is advancing a resolution that would overturn an Obama Era federal measure meant to prevent states from defunding Planned Parenthood.
With statistics from a recent CBS Poll pointing out that the majority of Democrats do not believe that Islam is any more violent than Christianity and other faiths, the President of the American Pastors Network has warned that people are engaging in a purposeful denial of facts.
A new survey shows a substantial number of evangelicals favor scrapping the rule that forbids religious organizations and other tax-exempt entities from participating directly in politics, while others think the move might damage the Church's witness.
West Virginia is considering a bill that if enacted would require public schools to offer an elective course on Bible history.
The National Football League has warned the state of Texas that if it passes a transgender bathroom law similar to the one passed in North Carolina last year, it would likely affect the state's chances of hosting league events or future Super Bowls.
A group of students, alumni, and faculty at Baylor University are demanding that the private Christian school become a "sanctuary campus."
NC Could Lose More NCAA Events Over Transgender Bathroom Bill; Former Gov. Cries 'Selective Hypocrisy'
North Carolina can expect to lose even more NCAA events in the coming years if the state fails to repeal the controversial House Bill 2 which bans transgender people from using the bathrooms in state-run facilities that matches their gender identity, officials said.
Conservative Christian advocacy groups have commended President Donald Trump for his administration's decision to stop defending a transgender bathroom directive for public schools that allowed for biological men to women's restrooms.
As national attention continues to surround President Donald Trump's Jan. 27 executive order suspending refugee resettlement for 120 days and travel from seven Muslim-majority countries for 90 days, the back-and-forth debate on the issue has been one filled with false information from both sides of the issue.