In the aftermath of a second lawsuit against Arizona's law banning abortions on the basis of race and gender, a conservative think tank wonders if the NAACP is relevant anymore.
A spokesman for Project 21 finds it interesting that the Klu Klux Klan opposes illegal immigration.
While the complaints concerning an unauthorized psychological experiment conducted by Facebook on users of the social network has been in the news, it also "highlights" the fact there's a lot of interest in what makes people feel sad or happy.
According to a new study, homosexual activists' tactics seem to be working, and one conservative credits that fact in part to the Democratic Party.
The National Organization for Marriage is calling for a public response to an employee survey conducted internally by J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
California is going beyond being one of the 19 states currently allowing same-sex "marriage" by revolutionizing the sacred institution even further with Gov. Jerry Brown's (D) signing of Senate Bill 1306, which eradicates from state laws references to "husband and wife."
An upcoming documentary aims to debunk global warming.
People of faith are preaching or teaching about climate change, but one organization thinks there has never been the studying necessary to understand the situation.
Research is well underway on Down syndrome, but it lacks sufficient funding.
Sometimes a burger is more than just a burger, especially in the ongoing culture war.
A case in Illinois will help determine whether that state will allow businesses owned by Christians to practice their faith in the workplace. Interestingly, the incident doesn't involve ObamaCare – but it does involve Hobby Lobby.
Residents of a small town in central Indiana are reacting to a newspaper wedding announcement that one pro-family leader labels "a political stunt."
A pastor is helping revive American cities with Christian apologetics.
A racial justice educator claims as America becomes increasingly diverse and globally engaged in the 21st century, the need to understand cultural differences will only increase.
A new study claims to show there is no link between autism and the Measles, Mumps and Rubella, or MMR, vaccine. That is not the view of another expert who has looked closely at the study.
With soccer's World Cup, baseball's MLB All-Star Game, and College World Series, basketball's NBA Finals, hockey's NHL Stanley Cup, and tennis' Wimbledon all hitting our TV screens in recent weeks, what better time to assess Americans' fixation with sports? And are they a good or bad investment of their time?