The Associated Press (AP) is under fire for publishing a grossly misleading photo of a Christian scouting organization in which the boys appeared to be saluting Hitler, then doing nothing about it for days even though the organization received death threats so vile they had to be reported to the authorities.
Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE), which received $2.75 million in taxpayer funds in 2012, is under fire after posting a video online that promotes bondage and sado-masochism (BDSM) to teens.
Girl Scouts CEO Anna Maria Chavez is under fire once again by critics of her liberalized version of the Scouts for producing a video they say is full of disingenuous statements and outright fabrications – something they prove in a hard-hitting six minute rebuttal now available on YouTube.
In what some are calling an “absurdly draconian attempt to intimidate and control the media”, the Obama Administration’s Federal Communication Commission (FCC) is floating the idea of placing government monitors in newsrooms across the country to determine what stories are being covered and why.
A Utah mother was shopping with her son in a local mall when she came across a display of indecent t-shirts in a store window and, when she couldn’t get the manager to remove them, decided to buy them herself just to get them out of sight.
International outrage is growing in response to the passage of a law extending euthanasia to children in Belgium with people from around the world joining in a petition to persuade Belgian King Philippe not to sign the bill into law.
In this age when effective evangelization is so important, Fr. Paul Check, director of Courage, a Catholic apostolate for persons with same-sex attraction, offered some helpful clarification on the subject of the Church’s teaching on homosexuality which continues to be largely misunderstood by many Catholics and consistently misrepresented by the secular media.