Continued assaults on the right of free speech, especially in academic institutions, should concern every person of good will, especially as November elections approach.
MixedTimes - Fr. Frank Pavone
Countless American believers in the Bible, myself included, were inspired tremendously on Monday when President Trump stood in front of St. John’s Episcopal Church, across the street from the White House, and held up the Word of God for all to see.
Abortion was not the focus of a Supreme Court case decided last week, but for many it was the elephant in the (virtual) living room
Donald Trump made history last month by becoming the first president to attend the annual March for Life, demonstrating his firm commitment to this cause as well as the progress that the pro-life movement has made in America.
The U.S. House of Representatives is captive this year to the most radical pro-abortion Democrat crowd ever to take its oath.
A recent article in the Times-Standard out of Humboldt County, California, took aim at pro-lifers, alleging that they oppose abortion because they think “human sexuality is something to be ashamed of.
The mainstream media recently sang the song once again about Pope Francis criticizing President Trump. This time it was about the President’s handling of DACA, a program which Trump discontinued and left in the hands of Congress to legislate.