An advocate for limited government finds it "incredible" that anyone would punish the radio operations of the Washington Redskins owner based on the team's name.
A pair of pro-Israel pundits are outraged that U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz was booed for his support of Israel at a function sponsored by a purported Christian group.
Breitbart News and CBN are reporting that Texas Senator Ted Cruz was booed off a stage last night at an event in Washington when he voiced support for Israel.
African nations opposing homosexuality are standing strong in spite of pressure from the U.S. that they promote the rainbow flag in their policies.
The leader of the United Kingdom’s Independence Party made it very clear why he believes his nation’s terrorist threat level recently climbed to “severe.”
Believers and skeptics of man-made global warming agree on something: an upcoming "climate march" in the Big Apple will be the largest of its kind ever.
Just like the old hymn says, "Faith is the victory that overcomes the world" – and legendary football coach Bobby Bowden is helping spread the Word.
An all-girls college in Massachusetts has announced it will allow men – but only if they identify as female.
An organization in New York is raising funds to assist businesses owned by Christians who are facing discrimination from the state.
Famous for its streets laden with tourist-attracting art shops and galleries, Santa Fe – the northern New Mexico city with a liberal climate – was quick last week to jump on the marijuana-legalizing movement spreading across the United States, becoming the first community in the state to loosen its grip over the drug.
A new book is warning of the evangelical left's influence on so-called Millennials.
A constitutional attorney and traditional values commentator wonders whether faith-based groups can continue to march in the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade, now that homosexual groups have been permitted to participate in the event.
A South Carolina pastor and his wife have teamed up to bring the Bible's definition of romance to a new generation.
A California public school superintendent worries that a medical marijuana evaluation shop across from the school could have a bad influence on students.
Members of the Boy and Girl Scouts of Israel are in Memphis, Tenn. teaching about Israel to both Jewish and Christian scouts.
A Maryland mother who justified drowning her two newborn babies in a toilet as legal abortions will serve a maximum of 10 years in prison, pending whether or not more babies are discovered.