The mammoth, multi-million-dollar mansion where President Barack Obama and his family will reportedly live after the first family exits the White House is located 1,096 feet from the Islamic Center of Washington — one of the largest mosques in the Western Hemisphere.
Arizona is joining with Texas today to challenge a directive by the Obama administration that schools must let transgender students use restrooms that match their self-proclaimed sexual identity. In a prepared statement, Attorney General Mark Brnovich said the president "has no business setting locker room and restroom policies for our schools.''
Following on the latest spate of devastating attacks by the Islamic State in Syria, Pope Francis prayed to God Wednesday to “convert the hearts of those who sow death and destruction.” In his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s Square, the Pope addressed the tens of thousands of pilgrims and tourists in a special appeal for prayer for the Middle East.
Eleven U.S. states sued the Obama administration on Wednesday, seeking to overturn a directive from the federal government this month that public schools should allowtransgender students to use the bathroom matching their gender identity.
The 70-year tradition of singing the Lord's Prayer during a high school graduation was nearly eliminated by the nation's largest atheist group. The valedictorian chose to deliver it anyway. Traditionally, the Lord's Prayer was sung by East Liverpool's choir and was considered a significant part of their graduation ceremony.
Why is this clash of civilizations happening right now?
The current clash is the natural result of competing – and extremely divergent – worldviews. Though many ideologies compete for the minds, souls and direction of mankind, there are four main combatants: Secular humanism, Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
At the root of the enmity is the core question of whether God exists and man’s secular and religious duties that flow from either belief or nonbelief.
By Alec Rooney
The beginning of this week brought two news stories about two young Muslim women. Each had suffered an injustice.
The first is Bayan Zehlif, 17, who attends Los Osos High School in California. The second was Ambreen Riasat, also known as Haleema, 16, of Makol, Pakistan.
The difference between these two stories about victimized young Muslim women is glaring. Yet they have gotten a kind of weird equal treatment.
By Alec Rooney
Fake crimes and phony incident reports are an increasingly common weapon of minorities trying to strike blows against majorities. One reason they have become so plentiful is our leftist, clueless, easily-fooled news media.
By the Christian Action Network
The Christian Action Network (CAN) has announced its campaign to stop the United States Department of Education (DOE) from pressuring public schools to incorporate Islamic indoctrination into their classrooms.
At a time in our nation when it is forbidden to express Christian faith in any way in a public school, parents across the nation are becoming increasingly outraged and vocal about Islamic curricula and school activities designed to normalize and mainstream Islam.
By Martin Mawyer
It’s bribery, plain and simple. Perhaps blackmail. Either way, it should be a crime. Corporations are buying votes to squash socially conservative legislation. Why is this legal? Or is it?
Recently, Disney threatened to pull their business ventures out of the state of Georgia if Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law a bill protecting religious freedom ...