(OneNewsNow) Many are contending that the updated Advanced Placement (AP) high school U.S. History textbook published by Pearson reads more like a New York Times op-ed – a political tool replete with teaching that President Donald Trump is mentally ill and that his supporters and most whites are racist. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) To date, four Chick-fil-A restaurants have opened in New York City, setting up a foot-stomping, couch-fainting article in The New Yorker by Dan Piepenbring, who is no fan of sweet tea.
Among a long list of complaints, Chick-fil-A’s burger-hating cows caught the writer’s attention – and not for the marketing genius of using beef critters to implore you to “Eat mor Chikin.” (Read More)
(CNSNews) The Rocklin Unified School District in California where Rocklin High School student Brandon Gillespie has organized a pro-life walkout for April 11, said it would not officially sanction the event because it does not meet the school’s criteria for special events and “is not viewpoint neutral…” (Read More)
(LifeNews) President Donald Trump has held true to his promise to nominate pro-life judges to key judicial roles.
One of his latest, Wendy Vitter, a strong pro-life advocate, is up for a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to consider her confirmation Wednesday. (Read More)
(Breakpoint) Many of us have seen the Academy Award-winning film “Schindler’s List,” about how one courageous man rescued thousands of Jews from the Nazis. But there are dozens and dozens of lesser-known stories, including one of a man who led the second largest rescue of Jews during the Nazi era. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Students for Life’s latest protest may have drawn some smiles from passers by but the reason for their toilet display is no laughing matter.
On Wednesday, students from the organization stood by a row of toilets to protest a California bill that would force public colleges and universities to provide abortion drugs to students. (Read More)
(Faith & Freedom) One News Now says, “The issue in National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra is whether the disclosures required by the California Reproductive FACT Act violate the protections set forth in the free speech clause of the First Amendment, applicable to the states through the 14th Amendment.” (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) The “worst ever” child grooming scandal exposed in Great Britain reportedly came at the hands of Muslim migrants in the small town of Telford, where up to 1,000 girls as young as 11 years old were raped, drugged, beaten, forced into prostitution, and even murdered over a 40-year period. (Read More)
(LifeNews) The Trump administration won an initial victory for religious freedom in court this week when a federal judge allowed its religious exemptions to the Obamacare abortion mandate to stand.
Massachusetts and several other states challenged the Trump administration last year after it provided relief from the Obamacare birth control mandate by granting wider exceptions to religious groups. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Mississippi state Senators passed the earliest abortion ban in the country Tuesday.
State House Bill 1510 easily passed the Senate in a 35-14 vote, moving Mississippi another step closer to protecting unborn babies from abortion after 15 weeks, according to the Clarion Ledger. (Read More)
(FRC) Through all of the cultural ups and downs, country music has always been a place conservatives felt welcome. While so many other celebrities started picking up activist causes and shaming fans who held Christian beliefs, American could always count on Nashville to stay true to their values (or at least tolerate them). Not anymore. (Read More)