After being largely shut out last year, pro-life and pro-family advocates are taking a more prominent role at CPAC, the premier annual gathering of conservatives held outside Washington, D.C., from Thursday through the weekend.
Two weeks ago the Girl Scouts honored the Congresswoman who claims to have coined the phrase "war on women," and angry moms and dads have once more launched a national boycott of Girl Scout cookies.
The cover for the Sports Illustrated annual swimsuit issue this year made news globally. Even cover model Hannah Davis expressed shock at the remarkably revealing result.
Obama to Order Christian Groups to Refer Refugee Girls Reporting Sexual Assault to Facilities That Provide Abortions
The Obama Administration is taking heat for some new rules that would require all refugee groups, including Catholic and other Christian groups, to refer some refugee children to facilities that provide abortions.
No strangers to controversy, the Girl Scouts have stepped into another muddle with the news they are charging American servicemen a whopping $20 extra to receive a shipment of cookies, even if the shipment is going to a domestic base.
The American Family Association (AFA) has published and distributed a hate-map of organizations that demonstrate animus toward Christianity.
A coalition of royals, prelates, and Catholic activists have sent a “filial appeal” to Pope Francis asking him to hold the line on Church teaching regarding the family.
Though it was reported widely in the mainstream press this week, the dissident LGBT group, New Ways Ministry, did not receive VIP treatment from the Vatican. In fact, Vatican officials did not even know the group was there.
Economist Nicholas Eberstadt lays out a bleak future in an important essay just published in The Wall Street Journal. Eberstadt makes the case that selfishness, as evidenced by the unwillingness of people to get married in the first place and stay married in the second, is setting humanity on an unknown and potentially dangerous course.
Father Thomas Rosica, a Vatican spokesman who works in the media, has sent a menacing legal letter to a little-known Canadian blogger, threatening a lawsuit for allegedly criticizing him unfairly.
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