Conservatives finally are waking up to the threat posed by the masked, violent, far-left extremists known as “antifa.” Not surprisingly, the liberal media are trying to make sure conservatives go back to sleep.
A Mississippi school district has removed the novel To Kill a Mockingbird from a junior-high reading list, saying they received complaints that some of the book's language "makes people uncomfortable."
A state education panel has voted unanimously to rescind taxpayer-funded vouchers from a Harford County Lutheran school that said it reserved the right to deny admission to gay and transgender students.
After receiving a threat that "everyone would be harmed" earlier this week, a Civil War reenactment in Middletown, VA has been evacuated. Participants and guests have been moved to a local school and police are still on scene. Unconfirmed reports state that more than one suspicious package has been found. Let's hope this is just a false alarm. More information to come as this story unfolds.
An Oxford University student union reportedly barred the Christian Union from setting up a stall at a college freshers' fair, with a representative calling Christianity "an excuse for homophobia and neo-colonialism."
The Philadelphia School District invited the controversial Council on American Islamic Relations – which claims to be a defender of Muslim civil rights but was shown in court to be a front for the Islamic terrorist organization Hamas – to conduct sensitivity training for its teachers last year.
The U.S. Department of State, in partnership with the United Nations Association of the USA (UNA-USA), is pleased to announce the selection of the sixth annual U.S. Youth Observer to the United Nations. Ms. Munira Khalif of Minnesota was chosen from a competitive pool of applicants that included top-ranked university students and young professionals from across the United States.
Twitter is suppressing a video from a Republican Senate candidate for mentioning Planned Parenthood's selling of baby body parts and her role in stopping it, calling it "inflammatory." Pro-lifers and conservatives are pushing back.
A transgender Maine teen who was crowned homecoming king at his new school says love and tolerance motivated his schoolmates to support him, and he wants to use his time in the spotlight to spread that message.
California health care workers who “willfully and repeatedly” decline to use a senior transgender patient's “preferred name or pronouns” could face punishments ranging from a fine to jail time under a newly signed law.
The U.S. Supreme Court has picked Dec. 5 to hear arguments in the case of a Colorado baker who was accused of violating a state regulation by refusing to promote a same-sex “wedding” with his artistry.
A Christian pro-life group that was recently ejected from a Seattle coffee shop over its local activism is attracting hundreds of thousands of Facebook views after footage of the encounter was posted online.
A museum dedicated to Dr. Seuss in Springfield, Massachusetts, said it would remove a mural depicting a Chinese character featured in one of his books after three authors claimed the image was a “jarring racial stereotype.”
An Indian Islamic leader has issued a fatwa banning plucking, trimming, shaping eyebrows and cutting hair. Darul Iftaa, the fatwa factory of Darul Uloom Deoband, termed the act as ‘un-Islamic’ and has directed Muslim women in the country to stay away from eyebrow plucking and hair-cutting.