The decision of 75 Girl Scouts to march in the Inaugural Parade today in Washington DC has touched off a firestorm of hate on social media from the very people with whom it has been aligning itself on “politically correct” issues for the last decade.
The faith of the nation will be very much present when President-elect Donald F. Trump emerges from the Capitol tomorrow morning for his inauguration as the 45th President of the United States – from the blessed doorway through which he will pass just before his inauguration to the interfaith service he’ll attend on Saturday morning at Washington’s National Cathedral.
The mainstream media will be all over this Saturday’s “Women’s March” which is expected to bring thousands of women to Washington DC who intend to tell the new Trump Administration what women really want – but they don’t speak for me and here’s what I intend to do about it.
The new year is dawning in darkness with the introduction of two new prime time series – one depicting an unconventional young American pope and the other featuring a little boy who dresses up like a girl.
A new front has opened in the transgender bathroom war with the state of Texas introducing a new law that will require men and women to use restrooms that correspond with their biological gender in all publicly-funded schools and government buildings.
An overwhelming majority of Americans believe the nomination of a Supreme Court Justice to replace the late Antonin Scalia should be an “immediate priority” and want this replacement to interpret the Constitution as it was originally written – not as a Justice thinks it means today. Majorities are also calling for quick action in preserving religious freedom.
A Pew Research Survey of the faith background of the 115th Congress has found that 91 percent of our new lawmakers are Christian, making today’s Congress as Christian today as it was in the 1960s. Unfortunately, not all of these Christian lawmakers are pro-life.
A new survey has found that fewer than one-in-four Americans believe people should be allowed to freely change their legal sexual identity according to their “preferred” gender, which does not bode well for the new transgender movement.
A Texas judge has put a halt to a new rule issued by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) which interprets “sex” discrimination to mean that hospitals, insurance companies and other health care entities that receive federal funds must perform abortions and sex reassignment surgeries, even if doing so violates their religious beliefs.