Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump recently labeled Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton "the devil" over her treatment of former primary challenger Senator Bernie Sanders.
During the Democratic National Convention last month, it was noted that while Sanders called for unity within the party, many of his supporters openly expressed opposition to Clinton being made the nominee.
Speaking at a campaign rally in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on Monday, Trump argued that Sanders should have refused to work with Clinton and Democratic Party leadership. more >>
As my wife and I stood in our hospital room to pack our bags and head home, the hard reality became very apparent that the baby boy that my wife had given life to would not be going home with us. In fact, we would be leaving not just empty-handed but devastated to our very core.
I had always been told that losing a child is the worst thing that anyone could ever go through. Whoever made that claim was so correct.
It's been seven years now since we lost Mason, who died within hours of being born. It seems like yesterday that the feelings of grief, anger and frustration invaded our lives. Thankfully, it was our faith and faith community that pulled us through that dark time. And because of that experience, we have an immense amount of empathy for others who have experienced crisis and loss. more >>
Arizona Senator John McCain ripped through Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's controversial comments about the family of a slain Muslim-American soldier, and urged Americans not to associate Republicans with Trump's views.
"While our party has bestowed upon him the nomination, it is not accompanied by unfettered license to defame those who are the best among us," McCain, a Vietnam veteran and former Republican presidential nominee, said in a statement.
The controversy stems from Trump's questioning of Ghazala Khan, the mother of U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan, a Muslim-American who was killed in 2004 by a car bomb in Iraq. more >>
Seven years ago, on a cold day in December 2009, I entered Elizabeth Detention Center in Elizabeth, N.J. — a minimum-security prison on a pilgrimage organized by the Interfaith Center of New York and Human Rights First. This one-day journey ushered me into the story of immigrants in the New York and New Jersey area, and changed my life.
"Immigrants without papers are picked up at JFK Airport, off the street, or taken from their families without warning and taken to Elizabeth Detention Center. They mark time behind bars in cinderblock cells. But they are not criminals. They look like you and me — just replace the suit or the jeans, sweater, and colorful scarf with a standard issue blue jumpsuit. more >>
Pro-abortion forces should be careful what they wish for, especially when it comes to Christian hospitals.
A recent poll by the Pew Research Center found that the percentage of Americans who "think" that religion plays a role in solving important social problems "has fallen significantly" in the past fifteen years.
In 2001, 75 percent of those polled said that religious institutions played such a role in our society. By 2016, the percentage had dropped to 58 percent. more >>
The latest 2016 US Presidential debate schedules are in. Republican Party candidate Donald Trump and Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton are scheduled to battle in a string of debates in key universities all over the United States. These two candidates have been throwing comments and criticisms against each other on social media, but this time, they will have to do it facing each other in a more formal setting.
Debate schedules, time and date