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Pill reversal websiteA pro-life organization is criticizing a study and accusing the media of bias.

Teacher teaching BibleThe U.S. Department of Justice has submitted a "statement of interest" in support of a Christian school that has been banned from a state's scholarship program.

Bible - Money comboWith Christmas being the biggest time of the year for giving, a study was recently conducted to find the 50 American cities where the most generous practicing Christians live – and surprisingly, only one of the top five comes from the Bible Belt.

remote control'Tis the season to shop wisely – and encourage more family-friendly TV programs.

gavel with Bible 2A rural community in Ohio has rallied around a public high school and its football team after a notorious atheist group came knocking.

newspaper rack (coin type)The media columnist for a liberal newspaper in Washington, DC, says journalists need to step up their game if they want to convince their audience that President Donald J. Trump should be impeached.

inmates in orange jumpsuitsPrison Fellowship International – founded by the late world-renown evangelist Chuck Colson – is going global in a new way with its Global Capacity Initiative, which unleashes an intensified level of support to Prison Fellowship ministries to help them be more fruitful.

Hallmark Channel logoA pro-family cable channel is being encouraged to stay family friendly.

college professor teaching classThe University of Houston's Graduate College of Social Work is under fire for offering a course that promotes abortion.

woman playing pianoA school in northern California has changed its tune and will allow a student to play "Joy to the World" on the piano.

Pelosi's straight-arm policyAfter her heated impeachment attack, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was asked by a reporter if she hated President Donald Trump, to which she angrily barked back, defending her character by claiming her Catholic faith precludes her from hating anyone.

food stamps and EBTThe Trump administration has received cheers and jeers for tightening food stamp work requirements.

CDC entranceA research organization suggests the federal government needs a better plan if it wants any degree of accuracy on abortion numbers.

Judge banging gavel 2Christmas came early for a pastor in Washington state when a judge decided he had been treated unfairly when arrested outside a local library.

4 scholars before House Judiciary CmteComprising the panel this week during a House Judiciary Committee hearing were four Democratic constitutional scholars providing testimony on the issue of impeachment. But to the mainstream media, apparently, there were only three.

Bible translation in AfricaFor those living in a Muslim island nation and various parts of West Africa, being a Christian means one is marked for death – and those who translate the Bible will likely never return to their homes again … alive.

Rep. Adam SchiffWhile the impeachment spotlight has moved on from House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff, he's still finding ways to get headlines.

IV needle assisted suicideAssisted suicide appears to be expanding dramatically in Canada.

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For nearly 50 years Concord High School in Elkhart, Indiana, has featured a live nativity scene as part of its annual Christmas show, which it calls the “Christmas Spectacular.” But this year, the ACLU and the atheist Freedom From Religion Foundation brought a lawsuit on behalf of an unnamed father and his son, a student at Concord, to block the part of the show recognizing the nativity of
President Obama’s Department of Education has ruled that “common sense and reason” are not allowed to guide decisions of alleged sexual harassment under Title IX. This should come as no surprise, because Title IX is completely unreasonable and void of common sense. Under President Obama, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has begun to investigate colleges that might not fit
Massachusetts passed a civil rights law which could put people of faith in jail for following their sincerely-held religious beliefs. The law criminalizes discrimination against certain protected classes in public places. One of the protected groups is transgender people. That means Massachusetts could put a pastor in jail for telling his congregation to only use the bathroom of their biological
Yesterday was an important day to celebrate our American heritage. We set aside one Thursday in November to remember the brave men and women who first came to this country seeking a better life. However, there are several lessons that can be learned from the day after Thanksgiving, which is known to most Americans as Black Friday. People who do not love America point to Black Friday as the
**Previously Record - From the Archives** Thanksgiving is a unique American religious holiday. The Thanksgiving Proclamation signed by President George Washington was the first official presidential proclamation ever issued by the United States. Here is a quote from George Washington’s Proclamation: “Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey
Obama administration officials are quick to defend the President’s refugee policy. They claim that it’s safe and that the vetting process is comprehensive. However, a leaked memo from the Department of Homeland Security tells a very different story. The memo said that “Refugee fraud is easy to commit, yet not easy to investigate because refugee laws purposefully contain relaxed evidentiary
The small country of Poland is making big leaps for the pro-life movement. A bill that passed the country’s parliament would ban abortions in all cases expect when the mother’s life was at risk. The bill has garnered tremendous support among Polish people of all backgrounds. The “Stop Abortion” citizens’ initiative has gathered 450,000 signatures from Polish citizens who want to see life prevail
“Word of mouth” marketing was the traditional way that good businesses attracted new customers and became more successful, before mass marketing became popular. Years ago, good service was rewarded by customer recommendations to others in favor of the business. That was the free market at its finest, based on actual reviews by genuine customers. Uber, the new way that millions are hitching
Harvard University is demanding that all clubs become gender-neutral by 2017, but with one big exception. All-women clubs are exempt from the new rule. All-male clubs will be forced to put women on their roles, which is a dream-come-true of the campus feminists. However, university administration is assuring women’s clubs like the Seneca Organization and the Women in Business club that they
University campuses all across the country are falling for the liberal trends of trigger warnings and safe spaces. These terrible idea have taken the country by storm, but some universities are not falling for the liberal lies. John Ellison, dean of students at the University of Chicago, sent a letter to incoming freshmen letting them know that they should not expect to be coddled on his campus.
The transgender issue is spreading to school districts across the country, leaving many parents outraged or out of the loop entirely. Parents of students in the Albuquerque school district were baffled to learn that administrators told teachers not to refer to students as boys and girls. The teachers were also told that they had to refer to students by whatever name and pronoun the student
Despite public outrage against Common Core in our schools, the powerful backers of this failed educational approach continue to inflict it upon us under other names. The multibillion-dollar Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded private organizations to push Common Core, and federal taxpayer dollars are used to coerce States to perpetuate this travesty. There is no public accountability
The Farmer’s Almanac predicts a cold winter for the continental United States beginning later this year. That is bad news for the millions of Americans who strain to pay their energy costs, but the good news is that energy prices have declined since 2014 thanks to expanded production and particularly the use of hydraulic fracturing, better known as “fracking”. Fracking consists of drilling
** Previously Recorded - From the Archives** Today is Veterans Day, a day when we honor the men who have served our country and to thank them for their service and sacrifice to defend us. This holiday was originally known as Armistice Day, was established to remember the 1918 signing of the Armistice Treaty and to honor the heroes of World War I. In 1921, Congress ordered the building a tomb
“Microaggressions” are the latest craze among liberal college professors and students. A microaggression is anything that people do or say that implies discrimination without intending to. The University of North Carolina has released a publication to tell their faculty what they can and cannot say in the classroom to avoid these microaggressions. Some of the phrases that they include may
The Obama administration has made it clearer than ever that they do not play by the rules. First, they signed the terrible Iran nuclear deal that promised 1.7 billion dollars to the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism. Next they broke the long-standing rule of not giving money for hostages by trading 400 million dollars for 3 American prisoners. Now the Obama White House refuses to tell
*Previously Recorded - From the Archives*  Ronald Reagan said that God’s hand is on America in a very preferential way. We have inherited a wonderful land of liberty and prosperity, and I believe it's the personal duty of each of us to do what we can to safeguard our magnificent heritage. We have the right of self-government, a right very few people in the history of the world have ever enjoyed
The next president of the United States most likely will appoint three or four justices to the U.S. Supreme Court. Love it or hate it, judges are currently the ones setting the agenda for America, and by legislating from the bench, they are the chief architects of national life. This is not how the Founders intended our constitutional system to work, but it’s what we have now and will need to
America is a nation at war. Whether a president who sympathizes with Islam acknowledges it or not, a large chunk of the Muslim world is actively engaged in undermining our way of life or supporting jihadist organizations planning terrorist attacks on our soil. Across the Pacific Ocean, which used to be under the unchallenged command of the U.S. 7th Fleet, the Communist People’s Republic of
The movement of women (including mothers of young children) into the paid labor force is one of the noticeable social changes of the last 60 years. During this same period, the labor force participation of men in their prime working years has declined. The long-term trend toward more working women, and more women working full-time, is usually portrayed by the left as an advance for women.
As the presidential campaign enters the home stretch, who would have predicted that one of Donald Trump’s major proposals would be an ingenious plan to help mothers of young children? Instead of a weak echo of Democratic talking points, Trump’s pro-family policy for women and families offers a true contrast to Hillary Clinton’s tired feminism. To reassure us that Trump is on the right track,
*Previously Recorded - From the Archives* Ronald Reagan said that God’s hand is on America in a very preferential way. We have inherited a wonderful land of liberty and prosperity, and I believe it's the personal duty of each of us to do what we can to safeguard our magnificent heritage. Part of our heritage is that we have the right of self-government, a right few people in the history of the
The Wikileaks Podesta email include Building a Permanent Progressive Majority: Strategic Goals Create the conditions for a tidal wave against the right wing. Keep the President’s numbers down and brand all conservative candidates as “Bush Republicans.” Ensure that demographics is destiny. Control the political discourse. Set the stage for future
The Pledge of Allegiance is an important teaching tool for American young people. Reciting the pledge teaches children about some of the principles that make America great. The pledge teaches that we are a republic, not a democracy. It teaches that we are a nation under God. It teaches that we stand for the principles of liberty and justice for all. That’s why generations of American students
To the dismay of liberals, the percentage of women who are in the workforce has not increased in the last quarter century. In 1990, 57 percent of women aged 16 and older were in the workforce. Today, 57 percent of such women are in the workforce, and no more. This is a lower percentage than in many foreign countries. Women are staying at home in America by choice. The unemployment rate for

Tycoon philanthropists Charles and David Koch may endorse a conservative Republican candidate for president before the party’s nominating convention, but any such decision is six... Read More

The post Koch Brothers’ 2016 Endorsement May Turn on Ex-Im Bank Stance appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and likely presidential candidate Carly Fiorina criticized the Democratic Party’s platform of abortion on demand during a recent speech. Serving as... Read More

The post Carly Fiorina: ‘Nobody Agrees With’ Democrats’ Abortion Platform appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Federalism at the state level is more often preached than practiced. For all the invocations of the 10th Amendment, state officials tend to act as vassals... Read More

The post How Florida Is Trying to Push Back Against Federal Government Overreach appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee for attorney general, is one step closer to a confirmation vote in the Senate after lawmakers today reached an agreement... Read More

The post Why a Confirmation Vote on Loretta Lynch Is Imminent in the Senate appeared first on The Daily Signal.

News of America’s military men and women were wounded and killed in Iraq and Afghanistan almost overwhelmed me on some days. I may have sounded... Read More

The post Why George W. Bush Let a Soldier’s Mom Yell at Him appeared first on The Daily Signal.

With less than 70 days before the Export-Import Bank’s charter expires, a coalition of groups has formed in opposition to the agency’s reauthorization. More than... Read More

The post More Than 50 Groups Join Forces in Calling for Export-Import Bank’s End appeared first on The Daily Signal.

One week from today, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments about gay marriage. Here’s what you need to know. 1. There simply is nothing... Read More

The post What You Need to Know About Gay Marriage and the Supreme Court appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Aiden Hill’s introduction to the secretive culture at Covered California came in his first days on the job. He had just been hired to head... Read More

The post Insiders Detail Culture of Secrecy at California’s Obamacare Exchange appeared first on The Daily Signal.

On April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh detonated a truck bomb in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The attack killed... Read More

The post The Terrorist Threat Is Alive and Well appeared first on The Daily Signal.

The Obama administration’s lawyer, Benjamin Mizer, the acting assistant attorney general of the Civil Division at the Justice Department, did not have an easy time... Read More

The post Obama Lawyer Struggles to Defend Immigration Plan’s Implementation as Case Goes Through Courts appeared first on The Daily Signal.

At a school board meeting in Henrico County, Va., two months ago, a panel of school district officials and board members had been left speechless.... Read More

The post How Schools Use Medicaid Money to Pay for Truancy Officers, Deans and Healthy-Eating Magnets appeared first on The Daily Signal.

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit recently heard oral arguments in two cases challenging a signature aspect of President Obama’s... Read More

The post Here’s the Deal on the Court Fight Over Obama’s Carbon Regulations appeared first on The Daily Signal.

For decades social science has found that there is an optimal family structure for a child’s intellectual, emotional and physical flourishing:  being raised in a... Read More

The post Children Raised By Same-Sex Couples May Do Worse When the Couples Marry appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Is a job a necessity or an opportunity? Earlier this month, Dylan Matthews provocatively challenged the bipartisan tradition of praising work. In Matthews’ view, work... Read More

The post Fewer Americans Are Working Two Jobs appeared first on The Daily Signal.

KYIV, Ukraine—At its training camp on the outskirts of Kyiv this past weekend, the Ukrainian National Guard Azov Regiment held its Spartan Test—a grueling three-hour... Read More

The post Two Weeks to Make a Soldier: A Ukrainian National Guard Unit Trains to ‘Fight to the Death’ appeared first on The Daily Signal.

California’s health insurance exchange, established under the Affordable Care Act, has been held out as a national model for Obamacare. In some ways—not all of... Read More

The post Incompetence, Mismanagement Plague California’s Obamacare Insurance Exchange appeared first on The Daily Signal.

The Supreme Court justices will be hard at work churning out decisions through the end of June, but April brings to a close oral arguments... Read More

The post Should Buying Bath Salts Land You in Jail? Four Cases the Supreme Court Will Hear in April appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Professors, policy experts, and students of economics, politics, and philosophy gathered at the 40th annual conference of the Association of Private Enterprise Education (APEE) to... Read More

The post APEE Conference Highlights How Individual Decisions Shape the Economy appeared first on The Daily Signal.

There was good news this month: private-sector job openings rose slightly in February, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Openings rose... Read More

The post Why Are Many Former Workers Not Even Applying for Job Openings? appeared first on The Daily Signal.

EAST ROCKAWAY, N.Y.—For Frances Healy, a 90-year-old widow known as “Muzzy,” home is just a tease. Muzzy lives so close to her gutted, molded home—an... Read More

The post Home Is Where the Heartache Is: Hurricane Sandy Victims Still Not Recovered appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren recently appeared on one of the late night talk shows, beating the class warfare drum and arguing for billions of dollars in... Read More

The post These Blue States Have Tried the Elizabeth Warren Model. Their Residents Are Fleeing. appeared first on The Daily Signal.

It’s been 20 years since we experienced the worst act of American home-grown terrorism at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. This... Read More

The post How Oklahoma City Rebounded From America’s Worst Act of Home-Grown Terrorism appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Modern, Internet-enabled aircraft may be susceptible to hacking, according to a new government report. “Modern aircraft are increasingly connected to the Internet,” warns the Government... Read More

The post How Your Airplane’s Wi-Fi Network Could Pose a Security Risk appeared first on The Daily Signal.

I had the privilege of serving as mayor in the small, Shenandoah Valley town where my wife and I raised our children. So, I am... Read More

The post Out-of-State Billionaire Wages War on Affordable Energy in Nebraska appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Sometimes the left unwittingly throws gems our way. These come in rare moments of exasperation, rather than the usual poise the left displays. The transformation... Read More

The post What the Left’s Moments of Condescension Reveal appeared first on The Daily Signal.

On April 19, 1995, 168 people were killed and 680 injured in the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City—leaving... Read More

The post Photo Essay: The Oklahoma City Bombing, 20 Years Later appeared first on The Daily Signal.

NASHUA, N.H.—Former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina said America is in need of leaders rather than managers during a speech at the First in the... Read More

The post Former CEO Carly Fiorina Says America Needs a Leader, Not a Manager appeared first on The Daily Signal.

NASHUA, N.H.—Sen. Ted Cruz said America is craving new leadership during his speech at the First in the Nation Summit in New Hampshire today. The... Read More

The post Ted Cruz’s Three-Step Solution to ‘Reignite the Promise of America’ appeared first on The Daily Signal.

NASHUA, N.H.—What motivated Sen. Rand Paul to run for president? The Kentucky Republican said he’s “tired of throwing things at the television.” Paul said he... Read More

The post Rand Paul: Benghazi Disqualifies Hillary Clinton for President appeared first on The Daily Signal.

Last month Wisconsin made national headlines by becoming the 25th right-to-work state. But there’s another equally significant development in workers’ rights that has largely escaped... Read More

The post The Anti-Big Labor Trend the Media Is Missing appeared first on The Daily Signal.

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