Little did the 42-year-old Dr. James Dobson know back in 1978 when recording his parenting film series that his eight-year-old son, Ryan, would resurrect the videos 36 years later.
A pro-family group that predicted a conflict over religious freedom and anti-discrimination laws is pointing to a wedding venue that couldn't afford a legal challenge.
An energy organization thinks the headliners for an upcoming concert against the Keystone XL pipeline are being hypocritical.
An anti-marijuana group hopes educated voters will vote no on a proposed Florida constitutional amendment that could open the door for legalizing pot.
Christian business owners are still under legal attacks for refusing to participate in same-gender "weddings" -– a call that a pro-family research and education organization thinks Americans should be free to make.
Conservative black leaders are speaking out about the protests and riots in Ferguson, Missouri.
The spokesman for an organization that promotes religious liberty says he is grateful the U.S. Navy has reversed its decision that removed Gideon-placed Bibles in naval base hotel rooms.
If you haven't seen the forecast, there is a 100% chance of more global warming debate.
In contrast to a liberal talking point he says many in the African American community have bought into, a black pastor and author stands firm on his conviction that civil rights and "gay marriage" are two separate issues.
A national traditional-values group is taking the U.S. Navy to task for directing that Gideon Bibles be removed from every hotel room on its military bases.
Homosexual activists and Planned Parenthood recently made aggressive efforts in Massachusetts to push through legislation. But they failed, at least on some bills.
Census statistics show many single mothers are not living in their own households.
An advocate for alcohol awareness and education says setting the minimum drinking age is one of the smartest things we've ever done for public health.
Target's decision to openly support homosexual “marriage” could be costly for the company. But that depends on the people who shop there.
A pro-family activist says homosexual activists and their "Gay Games" will fail to turn Ohio into a mecca for homosexuals.
The residents of Houston, Texas, are considering their options - including a lawsuit - to reverse a pro-homosexual city ordinance.