A traditional values organization has checked Walmart's charitable contributions and wonders if the company is trying to gain favor with homosexual activist groups.
Refusing to entertain the pleas of some 25,000 pro-family advocates urging them to filter the free WiFi offered to their customers, Starbucks and McDonald's have decided to let patrons of their world-famous coffee and fast food consume Internet porn along with their favorite brew and burgers.
United Auto Workers has qualified for the so-called "top tier" of labor policy at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee, but a critic of Big Labor says it's not clear what good can really come from the local union.
Don't get too excited about predictions of next year's gas prices.
A policy group based in Washington D.C. contends a growing number of physicians are battling challenges with the Medicare health program.
Many charities use the Christmas season as a time to ask people for donations but it's wise to use caution before writing that check.
Many consumers have been buying trucks and other large vehicles and the current gas prices are reportedly driving the sales of such models.
A nonprofit group that donated $37 million worth of technology products and services to nearly 10,000 churches and other religious organizations in 2013 is now offering even more products.
Demonstrations resumed this week for higher fast-food wages, but one critic says protesting and picketing isn't going to accomplish what the demonstrators want.
A conservative watchdog group is warning states to be prepared for threats from the Obama administration forcing upon businesses cap-and-trade restrictions that failed to make it through Congress.
An expert on health care and entitlement programs says he's not surprised by news that Healthcare.gov's insurance marketplace for small businesses is off to a rocky start.
Whether Proctor & Gamble gets away with pushing further into its pro-homosexual stand is really up to consumers, says an Ohio-based traditional values group.
Beginning today through the Christmas shopping season, the American Family Association is encouraging people not to do business with PetSmart.
An energy policy organization believes green energy programs are going to be scandals when examined in the future.
Just in time for the year-end shopping season, a national pro-family organization has released its annual "Naughty-or-Nice List" for Christmas.
Proponents of raising the minimum wage are still celebrating today but others are suggesting such efforts may be ill-advised.