America has always needed a president who is committed to the family, religious liberty, and the rights of the unborn. But we especially need that kind of president right now.
Jeb Bush, throughout his two terms as Governor of Florida, has demonstrated an acute awareness of the importance of fighting for and confirming proven conservative judges.
That those on the Left condemning the loss of life in Colorado Springs do not see the irony of their position when it comes to the killing of innocent unborn children is a chilling testament to the deepening moral bankruptcy of our culture and society.
Speaking to ABC's George Stephanopoulos, the President said that the goal of containing ISIS had been achieved. Not 12 hours later, the world watched in shock and horror as ISIS conducted several coordinated attacks across Paris, killing 129 and wounding hundreds more.
News broke recently that China has reversed its infamous one child policy after 35 years, increasing the permitted number of children per family to two.
The secular progressive tactic of advocating death in the name of liberty continues, this time in the state of California, where Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a bill legalizing physician-assisted suicide in that state.
A new article over at CNS News paints a disturbing picture of the state of religious liberty across the globe. Citing religious persecution as "a leading social justice crisis of our time," the article outlines the horrific actions being perpetrated against Christians in the Middle East and Africa, and America's less than robust response to this humanitarian catastrophe.
What could be more demoralizing to a young soldier whom we have placed in harm's way than to stand idly by while our allies sexually exploit young boys? So much for fighting for our ideals.
The Black Lives Matter movement provides a golden opportunity to affirm the intrinsic worth, value and dignity of every human life.
Human beings have always had an extraordinary capacity for self-delusion. We justify horrible things by telling ourselves that we are acting in the service of a noble cause, or by dehumanizing the victims of our unjust actions.
When it comes to trumpeting his achievements, none of the candidates has the capacity to out-trumpet Mr. Trump.
This idea endures and people respond to it because deep down everyone recognizes that adherence to principle over pragmatism, especially when it's hard, is a virtuous thing. For the last 43 years, those who affirm the sanctity of human life from the moment of conception to the point of natural death have stood in the vanguard of opposition to abortion.
Article One of the United States Constitution vests the legislative authority of the government in the Congress. It is the province of elected legislators – not unelected judges – to make law.
This is what the Gospel in action looks like. Only through the power of God could such a response be possible.
Survey after survey shows that Americans are more disillusioned with politics than ever before.
If any two issues illustrate the awesome power of public relations campaigns to define important cultural and policy debates, they are abortion and gay marriage.
A recent report from the Pew Research Center confirms my fears. Entitled, The Future of World Religions: Population Growth Projections, 2010-2050: Why Muslims Are Rising Fastest and the Unaffiliated Are Shrinking as a Share of the World's Population.
A year ago, I wrote an article challenging the American Church to do more in the face of religious persecution of our Christian brethren abroad. At that time, the kidnapping of 276 young schoolgirls by the Islamist group Boko Haram had captured the world's attention.
Presidential candidate Rand Paul made headlines last week by turning the rhetorical tables on Progressives on the issue of abortion.
According to a new report from the Government Accountability Office, the federal government has subsidized the world's largest abortion provider to the tune of $1.5 billion over the last three years.
The social cost of relativism has been on the minds of some folks at The New York Times. Columnist David Brooks ran an excellent piece last week entitled "The Cost of Relativism," while Ross Douthat penned a piece entitled "For Poorer and Richer."
By now, most people have heard something about Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's order defying a federal ruling legalizing same-sex marriage in Alabama. It didn't take long for the Left's culture warriors to issue sanctimonious condemnations of the judge's order.
Unlike radical secularists, most Americans do not see a conflict between faith and science.
Written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (of South Park fame), along with Robert Lopez (the musical talent behind the Broadway smash hit Avenue Q), the play is a raucous, raunchy musical satire of the Mormon religion.
The history of human knowledge as it relates to the human body is a fascinating and terrible thing. In every age, the ability for physicians and other medical practitioners to effectively treat wounds or combat disease has been constrained by the technology – or lack thereof – available at the time.