Ken Klukowski

Ken Klukowski

Articles by Ken Klukowski

Christians Observe Good Friday — Jesus Said, ‘It is Finished’

Christians observe Good Friday today, solemnly remembering the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth, where the faithful believe that the divine Son of God paid the price for sin to reconcile countless people to their Creator through his death on a cross, followed by the bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday.

The Crucified Christ with the Virgin Mary, Saints John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene. Fou

Christmas 2023 — Mary to the Angel, ‘How Will This Be, Since I Am a Virgin?’

Christians across the world celebrate Christmas 2023 this week – the birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem, a town in Israel about a 45-minute modern drive east of Jerusalem. Christians honor Jesus’ birth, proclaiming as an essential belief of the Christian faith that Jesus was born to a virgin mother, miraculously conceived by the God who created the universe – proclaiming that Jesus is the divine Son of God.

Rome - The Annunciation fresco by Joseph Erns Tunner (1830) in church Chiesa della Trinita

Supreme Court Adopts Code of Conduct

Supreme Court justices adopted a Code of Conduct on Monday after years of Senate Democrat attacks, though already Democrats are saying that the ethical code is insufficient, continuing their demands to impose a congressional code that would degrade the Supreme Court as an independent branch of government, making it subordinate to Congress.

Dark forbidding troubled storm sky over the United States Supreme Court building in Washin

Supreme Court Rejects Alabama Redistricting Plan, Again

The Supreme Court rejected Alabama’s redistricting plan for congressional seats a second time on Tuesday by a unanimous vote, suggesting the justices might have regarded this map as defiance against the Supreme Court’s previous 5-4 decision against a similar map.

FILE - A map of a GOP proposal to redraw Alabama's congressional districts is displayed at

Unanimous: Supreme Court Expands Protections for Religious Employees

WASHINGTON, DC – Federal law grants Christian employees greater workplace protections than employers for decades thought they were required to grant Christians, and members of other faiths as well, following a unanimous decision by the Supreme Court on Thursday.

WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 25: Christian anti-abortion activists lead a prayer vigil called "E

Supreme Court Curtails EPA Power in Sackett Case

The Supreme Court unanimously scaled back the Environmental Protection Agency’s power under the Clean Water Act (CWA) by defining the “waters of the United States” on Thursday in Sackett v. EPA.

Salmon attempt to leap up the fish ladder in the river Etterick on October 31, 2012 in Sel