There may be honor among thieves, but apparently no such honor exists among the canine breed.
When an owner of two dogs asks them which one did their business in the kitchen, it does not take long for one to dime-out the other.
OK, so maybe the tattletale is actually the guilty party and the other dog is wrongfully accused — the trial is still pending. more >>
Size doesn't matter when it comes to a love of cuddling. Just ask this 1-month-old baby elephant in the Asian nation of Thailand.
At the Chai Lai Orchid ecolodge, the baby elephant recently took a liking to a human being named Allie.
Wanting a warm hug, the placid long-trunked behemoth decides to go in for the kill — killer cuddling of course. more >>
Never underestimate the power of a dream! When one little girl wanted a horse that would eventually win races, many — including her parents — doubted the possibility.
However, Breana Carsey, an 11-year-old Ohio girl. would not be deterred from her dream of a race horse. She asked her dad for a horse and eventually got one named MJB Got Faith.
While the horse was not bred to race, and barely passed the entrance exam, Carsey's faith in the ability of MJB would not be shaken. more >>
Forty-seven members of Congress have signed onto a joint letter to the Bremerton School District in Washington explaining that Bremerton High football coach Joe Kennedy has the constitutionally guaranteed right to kneel and pray on the 50-yard line after games.
The school district is currently reviewing Kennedy's job status after the Christian coach defied school district orders and continued his tradition of praying at midfield following the conclusion of games.
Although Kennedy never forces students to join in his prayer, many students choose to join him in prayer. The school district has warned Kennedy that he needs to wait until students leave the stadium until he can pray or else that would violate the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. more >>
WASHINGTON — The trend of illiberal liberals shutting down open debate is similar to certain forms of religious zealotry, a diverse set of panelists argued.
Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore compared liberals' growing intolerance toward religious views on college campuses to certain fundamentalist Christians' dissent of heretics. Though representing diverse political and theological viewpoints, the other panelists made similar arguments.
The Tuesday afternoon panel, Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, liberal pundit Kirsten Powers and atheist Pitzer College sociology professor Phil Zuckerman, was hosted by Georgetown University's Religious Freedom Project at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs. Religious Freedom Project Associate Director Timothy Shah moderated. more >>
Pro-life Evangelical leaders are hoping to build upon the success of the annual March for Life by hosting their first-ever pro-life conference in the nation's capital.
Scheduled to be held Jan. 21-22, the "Evangelicals for Life" event will be hosted by Focus on the Family and the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Evangelicals owe "an incalculable debt" to Roman Catholics who created the March for Life, said ERLC President Russell Moore during an on-the-record conference call Tuesday that included Focus on the Family Community Outreach Vice President Kelly Rosati. more >>