Even while racial tensions are soaring in Ferguson, Missouri, the healing power of forgiveness changed the lives of two men – black and white – just 400 miles away.
The recent scandal of an Australian couple who abandoned a baby with Down Syndrome born to a surrogate mother in Thailand has caused the Thai government to crackdown on the industry, leaving several couples stranded in the country who are now unable to leave with their surrogate-born babies.
The owner of a bridal shop in Pennsylvania has been forced to close her doors after a lesbian couple launched a social-media bullying campaign in retaliation for the owner’s refusal to service their same-sex wedding.
More than 1,000 parents in the Fremont School District in California are threatening to sue over a ninth-grade “heal” textbook containing graphic sexual images and references practices such as the use of vibrators and sado-masochism.
The Amish people, supported by Catholics and Christians of all denominations, are banding together in protest of a rash of reality show programming that features a bigoted misrepresentation of their religion.
Veteran Supreme Court reporter Richard Wolf says there’s an Achilles heel in recent federal appeals court decisions in favor of same-sex marriage – most were not unanimous and the dissenting judges waged excellent arguments that will most certainly be considered when these cases reach the nation’s highest court.
The national trend toward religious discrimination shows no signs of slowing as news breaks today of a shopping mall in a rural Georgia town that will allow no prayer on its premises, not even over meals in its restaurants.
Women across America are reacting with outrage to the newly released trailer for the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey movie which romanticizes and normalizes sexual violence and the degradation of women.