Austin Ruse

Latest News

Report: Pope Francis to Make First Visit to the United States

Though not yet confirmed by the Vatican, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia has announced that Pope Francis will make his first visit to the United States to attend the World Meeting of Families that will take place in Philadelphia next year. Jul 27, 2014 1:14 PM PT

'Personhood' Again Roils Colorado Politics

Proponents of personhood--the political and legal proposition that the unborn child should be recognized as a person entitled to protection under the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, thereby making abortion illegal--have hoped that a state would enact a personhood amendment. Such legislation would be the means whereby the Supreme Court could overturn Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the laws that gave the U.S. abortion on demand through all nine months of pregnancy. Jul 25, 2014 10:30 AM PT

European Human Rights Court: No Right to Same-Sex Marriage

The highest human rights court in Europe has told European LGBTs that they have no human right to same-sex marriage. The case also shows how complicated sexual and marital norms have become in this new transsexual world. Jul 25, 2014 8:20 AM PT

Gay Speech Police Targets Giants for Hiring Super Bowl Hero

The Human Rights Campaign has said that David Tyree’s views on marriage mean that he couldn't possibly be a good football coach, encouraging the New York Giants to rethink the retired receiver's spot as director of player development. Jul 23, 2014 8:06 AM PT

Singapore High Court Refuses to Hear Gay-Sex Ban

One of the last vestiges of colonial rule is increasingly under protest and legal action around the world where the sun once never set on the British Empire. Anti-sodomy laws are getting hearings, sometimes in the street but often in court, in Jamaica, Belize and this week, Singapore. Jul 16, 2014 4:26 AM PT

Left Celebrates German Archbishop's Promotion, Citing Statement on Gay Partnerships

It is remarkable how the world cares about who gets appointed to key posts in the Catholic Church. Immediately the tea leaves are examined and determinations are made about whether he is on the left or right. This is certainly the case for the man just elevated to one of the most prestigious ecclesiastical posts in the Catholic Church, Archbishop of Cologne, Germany. Jul 13, 2014 6:27 AM PT

Exclusive: Chase Employee Leaks Purported Photo of LGBT Survey Question

A source from inside Chase bank has provided what he says is a photograph of the actual question all employees were asked in a company-wide survey about their support for “the LGBT community.” This is the first time an alleged image of the actual survey has been revealed. Jul 11, 2014 12:58 PM PT

Chase Bank Has Pattern of Partisanship on LGBT Issues

The recent exposé of the employee survey that asked probing questions about employee support for the “LGBT community” has focused attention on something that the typical depositor might not be aware of, and that is the massive time and attention JP Morgan Chase lavishes on the LGBT issue. Jul 10, 2014 2:41 PM PT

'The View' Host Sherri Shepherd Rejects Unborn IVF Baby

A year ago TV host Sherri Shepherd announced she and her husband Lamar Sally were going to have a baby using a surrogate. The procedure was to use Shepherd’s eggs and the womb of a stranger. Jul 10, 2014 10:10 AM PT

Chase Spokesman Insists LGBT Survey Was Anonymous

A spokesman for JP Morgan Chase told a reporter for the Daily Signal, a news site published by the Heritage Foundation, that the annual employee survey that included controversial questions about support for the LGBT community was "anonymous." Jul 9, 2014 3:43 PM PT


Breitbart Video Picks



Fox News Politics


Send A Tip

From Our Partners