The son of Focus on the Family founder Dr. James Dobson recently claimed that his father will be denied Medicare by the Internal Revenue Service.
Ryan Dobson, an author and cohost of two nationally syndicated radio programs, made these remarks on the program TruNews last week. "The person that was targeting conservative groups now can have access to every single medical record that's ever been documented on every American. That is scary," said Dobson.
"My dad … works out every single day, he eats right, he exercises, he goes to his doctors and yet under Obamacare, if he has another stroke or if he's got medical complications he is now at an age where they would deny a lot of those claims assuming that he's not productive." more >>
An 11-year-old boy who hopes to become a Navy SEAL was suspended from a Maryland school after he used the word 'gun' in a conversation on board a school bus.
The sixth-grader at Northern Middle School in Owings was talking with a group of friends about the Sandy Hook Elementary school massacre when the bus driver overheard the conversation.
"He said, 'I wish I had a gun to protect everyone from the bad guys,'' said Bruce Henkelman, the boy's father. "He wanted to be the hero." more >>
A new documentary about people's claims of seeing the Virgin Mary, "The Triumph," is scheduled for release in five countries and two dozen U.S. cities as Catholic believers help the film gain steam.
"The film is having a major impact on dialogue during the Year of Faith," Sean Bloomfield told the South African radio show, Radio Veritas. "People are so amazed that such a strong message of hope can also be so real -- it's really touching the audience in ways that I never anticipated."
The filmmakers are hoping the audience can view the movie with an open mind, as they interview skeptics, priests, believers, and non-Christians who claim they have seen an apparition of Mary. more >>
The American Values Network, an organization seeking to encourage community and family values, has launched a new video aimed at the seven U.S. senators who currently oppose the international Arms Trade Treaty, pleading with them not to join the likes of North Korea, Iran and Syria.
In April, the U.N. General Assembly passed a historic ATT aimed at regulating the $70 billion arms trade business, the illegal trade that has been blamed for millions of deaths and affecting lives in developing regions. This week, the treaty has been put up to a vote, and more than 65 countries have already placed their signature on the agreement, The Associated Press reported.
On Monday, the U.S. Department of State said that it is looking forward to joining the growing list of countries that have confirmed their official support for the ATT. more >>
Michelle Obama was heckled by a gay rights activist at a recent Washington, D.C., fundraiser, leading to a face-to-face confrontation between the First Lady and the protester.
Obama was speaking at a Democratic Party fundraiser Tuesday when lesbian activist Ellen Sturtz interrupted her with a demand that President Barack Obama sign an anti-discrimination executive order. Obama was focusing on the topic of charity and benefits for inner city students when Sturtz heckled her.
"One of the things I don't do well is this," said Obama, with the audience cheering her in response before she encountered Sturtz. more >>
What does your bride look like? Does anyone have the right to tell you how your bride should look, act, talk, or think?
What does Christ's bride look like? Does anyone have the right to tell Jesus how His bride should look, act, talk, or think? The picture of the bride of Christ and how she should be was given to the apostle Paul via the church at Antioch as the New Testament church image he was to spread.
I believe the original plan is always the best. God's original plan for marriage was Adam & Eve. Do you think there is a better way for marriage than the original? more >>