The pro-life group Center for Medical Progress released its latest undercover video Monday which shows National Abortion Federation officials discussing the sell of aborted babies' tissue for profit as a "win-win."
In the latest video in CMP's investigative series, NAF officials are seen discussing a "group purchasing program" for compensation in the harvesting of baby body parts even though it's a federal crime for any person to profit off of the sell of tissue, organs and limbs going to research.
When the CMP investigator mentions donating a portion of the fees received from researchers to abortion clinics, a NAF representative replies that their members would be interested in such an arrangement. more >>
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump says he would consider, if elected, appointing Supreme Court judges willing to overturn the Supreme Court's decision that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide, arguing the move would unite the country.
The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in the landmark Obergefell v. Hodges case last June that state-level gay marriage bans are unconstitutional, concluding that the 14th Amendment requires states to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
Trump, who has repeatedly said he is a proponent of traditional marriage, told "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace two Sundays ago that he wasn't happy with the way the decision was made and believes the issue of same-sex marriage should have been addressed at the state level and not by the federal government. more >>
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says that fellow candidate Texas Sen. Ted Cruz asked to have a private meeting with him to "clear the air" after Cruz's campaign misreported at the Iowa Caucuses that Carson was going to suspended his campaign.
In an interview with The Washington Post, Carson said that Cruz approached him during an off-camera break at last Saturday's Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire to apologize for his campaign's behavior at the caucuses and also asked to have a private sit-down to discuss the matter.
"He said he's sorry that this happened and he wants to sit down and talk," Carson was quoted as saying. "He wants to discuss the whole thing and clear the air." more >>
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump mocked rival Jeb Bush as a "weak candidate" Sunday after watching a costly Super Bowl ad featuring his brother, former President George Bush supporting his presidential bid.
"The first job of the president is to protect America. Our next president must be prepared to lead. I know Jeb. I know his good heart and his strong backbone. Jeb will unite our country," said the former president in the 30-second as paid by Right to Rise USA, a super PAC supporting Bush.
"He knows how to bring the world together against terror, and he knows when tough measures must be taken. Experience and judgement count in the Oval Office. Jeb Bush is a leader who will keep our country safe," ended George Bush. more >>
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz said that support by his presidential rivals for drafting women into military service would be both "nuts" and "immoral."
"As I was sitting there listening to that conversation, my reaction was, 'Are you guys nuts?' We have had enough with political correctness, especially in the military," Cruz said at a campaign stop in New Hampshire, according to the Boston Globe, referring to Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie agreeing that they would support Selective Service registration for women.
"Political correctness is dangerous, and the idea that we would draft our daughters to forcibly bring them into the military and put them in close combat, I think is wrong," he added, also arguing that it would be "immoral." more >>
If you've been following my ministry for any length of time, you know that I constantly address issues of concern to me in the news, whether they have to do with moral, cultural or spiritual issues and whether they pertain to America, Israel, or the nations.
So, it should not surprise you that I'm frequently addressing the presidential elections, often with conviction and strong points of view.
That being said, if you and I love God and Jesus is our Lord and the Word of God is our final authority, it is important THAT WE DO NOT DIVIDE over these issues, as passionate as we might be. more >>