Should pregnancy care centers be forced to advertise abortions? A California law was squarely aimed at only one kind of facility: pro-life pregnancy centers. California's attempt to muzzle a message it disagrees with couldn't be plainer.
Washington State has legalized the commercial trade in babies. Think I'm kidding?
China's "well-choreographed annual parliament," is set to remove the two-term rule for president in order to allow president Xi Jinping to rule for life.
When abortion advocates complain about a policy morning, noon and night—that's a win!
You know the sexual revolution has gotten out of hand when a "proud feminist" and a radical atheist start questioning what's going on.
Isn't it odd that today is both Valentine's Day and Ash Wednesday?
A major studio and Clint Eastwood has just released a film about three heroic Americans who stopped a terrorist attack.
There were plenty of intriguing story lines behind Philadelphia's amazing Super Bowl win.
Evangelicals are on the rise in Latin America.
It's time to protect medical practitioners from activities that violate their consciences.
What do a Greek-speaking Egyptian rebel and an ancient king of the Nabateans have in common? They both point to the reliability of the Bible.
If you're wondering, "Wait, isn't this the Christmas season?" the answer is, well, "no." Of course, we wouldn't know that from watching television, where some networks have been running "Christmas" movies—none of which ever mention Jesus—since late October. We're in the season of Advent.
If you think Christians should avoid politics, then it's time to learn a lesson from the saga of the Adoption Tax Credit.
There's a firestorm over the Russians using social media to manipulate American voters. But the real problem is that we're so easily manipulated.
What are your teens reading these days? You really should find out. Especially if they're into the newest trend in young adult fiction.
Okay, so government cannot "establish religion." We get that. But can it discriminate against religion? We'll find out.
Intellectual intolerance is such a plague on American universities that both conservative and liberal academics are speaking out. Even together.