There’s been both praise and criticism for the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, a 430,000-square-foot facility that features some of the world’s top artifacts linked to the book Christians consider holy and Jews revere as containing their Scriptures.
Now a new benefit may be developing for illegal-alien girls and women who are pregnant. The American Civil Liberties Union recently tricked the Department of Justice, arranging for taxpayers to fund an abortion for an illegal-alien teen.
The conservative American Family Association has published a guide for Americans ahead of this holiday season ranking retailers in terms of how Christmas-friendly they are, warning that there are some forces in society that "want to eradicate" Christianity.
I spoke at Stanford University last week, and Stanford administrators and Leftist students made sure that as few people as possible heard me. In The Coming of the Third Reich, historian Richard J. Evans explains how, in the early days of National Socialist Germany, Stormtroopers (Brownshirts) “organized campaigns against unwanted professors in the local newspapers [and] staged mass disruptions of their lectures.” And here we are again.
A Detroit-area doctor charged with mutilating the genitals of young girls in violation of federal law walked out of jail Tuesday a free woman as her lawyer was able to arrange the largest unsecured-bond in the history of the Detroit-area federal court.
Stephanie and John Baldwin are the All-American family. They raised their children in Plano and took them on camping trips and to Disneyland. They are strong Christians. John is a deacon at his church.
Paul Johnson, a grandfather, just wanted to share his religious faith with people in his town, Sweetwater, Tennessee, so he went downtown for the Solar Eclipse Festival in August and stood on the side of the road to greet people.
At least five foreign nationals with suspected ties to terror resettled in the U.S. through the same visa lottery program that allowed NYC terror suspect Sayfullo Saipov into the country, the Trump administration said Tuesday.
The principal of a Louisville, Kentucky high school is under fire for alleged “racially insensitive” comments he made associated with students’ right to take a Colin Kaepernick-style knee during the National Anthem.
Gordon James Klingenschmitt was serving as a U.S. Navy chaplain in 2006 when Secretary of the Navy Donald Winter issued a policy stating chaplains could be punished by their commanders if they prayed in Jesus’ name outside of church.