(FRC) Polling has changed a lot in the last several years. And 16 days out from one of the most significant midterm elections in history, it’s important to know how.
If you’re like most Americans, you don’t know which headlines to believe. You can see two surveys on the same party the same day with dramatically different results. One second, Republicans have the advantage. The next, Democrats do. (Read More)
(LifeNews) It truly is all hands on deck time.
As theaters continue to drop “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” (roughly 500 to date), it is imperative that pro-lifers and all those people who are fair-minded about abortion hear and see the true story of the West Philadelphia abortionist who murdered hundreds of full or nearly full-term babies… (Read More)
(Breakpoint) Twenty years ago, mathematician Alan Sokal set out to prove that postmodernism in academia was “fashionable nonsense.” So, he wrote a gibberish paper combining post-structuralist lingo with physics terms, and submitted it to the journal, “Social Text.” Not only was his deliberate drivel accepted, but over 1,500 papers have cited it as source material. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) The charges came in a new report released by the New York-based watchdog, following a two-year investigation that included interviews with nearly 150 people, many of them ex-detainees. It accused both the Western-backed Palestinian Authority in the West Bank and the Islamic militant Hamas in Gaza of using “machineries of repression” to stifle criticism. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) When you think of someone taking their life through assisted suicide, perhaps you think of an elderly person, or at least of a young adult with a terminal diagnosis.
But that’s not where assisted suicide is headed. All you have to do is look to Europe – or even Canada. (Read More)
(FRC) With a hurricane battering the coast and a bitter political battle raging everywhere else, Americans could use some good news. This morning, they got it. While the world watched, U.S. Pastor Andrew Brunson, after two long and harrowing years in Turkish prison, was boarding a plane home. Freed, at last. (Read More)