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News ‘Made in USA’? Experts Say Biden’s Anti-Supply Side Policies Are Intensifying Inflation
‘Made in USA’? Experts Say Biden’s Anti-Supply Side Policies Are Intensifying Inflation
August 17, 2022

On Tuesday, President Biden signed the "Inflation Reduction Act" into law, a $437 billion spending package that received no Republican votes when it narrowly passed the Senate on August 7. Economic experts say that the Inflation Reduction Act will not reduce inflation, and that Biden's economic policies ignore underlying issues that are the real causes of the record-high inflation that is squeezing the wallets of Americans.

Commentary BOYKIN: Reflections on the U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan
BOYKIN: Reflections on the U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan
August 17, 2022

Since August of last year, ever-increasing questions continue to circulate about the shocking downfall of Afghanistan and the subsequent bloodshed. Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin served in the U.S. Army for 36 years as one of the original members of the Delta Force and was also commander of the Green Berets; he later served as deputy under secretary of defense for intelligence. His responses to interviewers' recent questions provide a perspective of his views on Afghanistan after a year's consideration. And his thoughts no doubt mirror those of countless veterans who watched the debacle that brought the conflict to such a chaotic end.

Commentary Boston’s Massacre of ‘Child Gender Care’ Sparks National Outcry
Boston’s Massacre of ‘Child Gender Care’ Sparks National Outcry
August 17, 2022

It was just a routine checkup, they thought. But when the couple sat down in the doctor's office, they were stunned at what the pediatrician asked their three-year-old son. "... [T]he doctor comes in, and he sees my son sitting there at the table," the dad posted on TikTok, "and the first question that he asks him is, 'Are you a boy or are you a girl?'" The chart clearly says the child is a boy, and his parents were relieved to hear him affirm it. But the dad was rattled - and as far as he's concerned, every other parent should be too.\u00A0

Commentary As Teacher Shortages Loom, Left Pushes Radical Sex Ed Curriculum
As Teacher Shortages Loom, Left Pushes Radical Sex Ed Curriculum
August 17, 2022

The school board for Wauwatosa, Wisconsin will consider a "Curriculum Revision proposal" to radically reshape their "Human Growth and Development" (HGD) curriculum (essentially, sex ed) into a tool for radical, gender ideology indoctrination.

News Jaded by Journalists: Americans Lose Faith in the Media
Jaded by Journalists: Americans Lose Faith in the Media
August 17, 2022

A recent Gallup poll confirmed what many Americans already knew - people don't trust the media like they did before. What's driving the skepticism? Washington Stand reporter Marjorie Jackson takes a closer look.

News Biden Admin Tells UN It Promotes Abortion to Minorities to ‘Fight Racism’
Biden Admin Tells UN It Promotes Abortion to Minorities to ‘Fight Racism’
August 16, 2022

The Biden administration told a United Nations body that it promotes abortion to minorities and illegal aliens in order to combat racism. The exchange came last Friday, August 12, during the U.N.'s periodic review of how the U.S. is implementing the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD).

Commentary No Contempt Charges, Fines: Calvary Chapel San Jose Wins Again
No Contempt Charges, Fines: Calvary Chapel San Jose Wins Again
August 16, 2022

A year ago, Calvary Chapel San Jose (CCSJ) was the most persecuted church in America. Despotic officials, both state and local, employed every trick in the book, unsuccessfully, to force the church to shut its doors. The harassment continued after the Supreme Court ruled twice in the church's favor. On Monday, the California Court of Appeals (the state's mid-level court) hopefully ended the crusade, ruling in favor of CCSJ and its Pastor Mike McClure in three separate cases.

News Illinois School Districts Reject Dems’ Sex Education Standards
Illinois School Districts Reject Dems’ Sex Education Standards
August 16, 2022

On August 10, the Center Square reported that 96% of school districts (534 out of 554) in Illinois have opted out of the state's proposed standards for sex education in public schools included in a bill authored, passed, and signed into law by Democrats, despite the fact that Illinois is considered one of the "big three" most liberal states in the nation.

Commentary Of Mice, Men, and ‘Perverted Science’
Of Mice, Men, and ‘Perverted Science’
August 16, 2022

Researchers at a Spanish university have announced the creation of "mouse embryos in the lab without using any eggs or sperm." These tiny creatures have been made using stem cells and are being grown in "small beakers of nutrient-filled solution" and have developed brains, beating hearts, and even intestinal tracts.

Commentary  Dems: U.S. Humanitarian Aid Should Include More Abortion
Dems: U.S. Humanitarian Aid Should Include More Abortion
August 16, 2022

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has problems, alleged 11 Democratic senators in an August 11 letter. Specifically, USAID recipients are too reluctant to carry out abortions, they argue, and that needs to change. The senators painted the morality problem as an information problem; if people only knew they could use the money for abortions, surely they would.

News Election Integrity Experts Hopeful about the 2022 Midterms
Election Integrity Experts Hopeful about the 2022 Midterms
August 15, 2022

After serious voting irregularities surfaced during the 2020 presidential election, causing widespread concern over the validity of the results, many Americans are approaching the 2022 midterm elections with a nagging pit in their stomachs: What if mine and the voices of millions of my fellow citizens are rendered silent by voter fraud?

Commentary What Happened to ‘Do No Harm’? A Nurse’s Firsthand Look at the Transgender Craze
What Happened to ‘Do No Harm’? A Nurse’s Firsthand Look at the Transgender Craze
August 15, 2022

I graduated from nursing school in 2015, excited about starting my career and forging my future as a medical professional in one of the most prestigious medical centers in the world. Although my education and training shaped me to appreciate the incredible advances of modern medicine, I have grown increasingly disillusioned at the deafening silence of medical professionals around the country who are abandoning biological reality in the name of radical transgender ideology.

Commentary No Appetite for Court? Biden Backs Down on Lunch Threat for Religious Schools
No Appetite for Court? Biden Backs Down on Lunch Threat for Religious Schools
August 15, 2022

With all of the other fires the Biden administration is trying to put out, tying up a federal agency in court for the foreseeable future probably wasn't an appealing option. That might explain why on Friday, while the media was consumed with news from Mar-a-Lago, the Department of Agriculture quietly cried uncle on an outrageous policy that would have held needy kids hostage to the president's radical LGBT agenda.

Commentary Baby Formula Shortage Persists, Plaguing Parents, not Policymakers
Baby Formula Shortage Persists, Plaguing Parents, not Policymakers
August 15, 2022

Shortages of baby formula are worse now than they were three months ago, when the crisis became a national issue. According to data from ISI Worldwide, a consulting firm helping the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to track outages, the out-of-stock rates for the weeks ending on August 7 (26%), July 31 (27%), and July 24 (30%) were all higher than the week ending May 15 (22%), when everyone was clamoring for the Biden administration to fix the problem.

Commentary August Heat and August Hope: A Retrospective on the 2012 FRC Attack
August Heat and August Hope: A Retrospective on the 2012 FRC Attack
August 15, 2022

The shooting. That's still how it's referred to around here. Simply "the shooting." That's all you have to say, and everyone who works for Family Research Council - whether they were here that day or not - knows what you're talking about. And they also know that thanks to one man, Leo Johnson, "the shooting" happened only to one person: Leo himself.

News FRC Shooting 10 Years Later: Lives Forever Changed, Hearts Forever Grateful
FRC Shooting 10 Years Later: Lives Forever Changed, Hearts Forever Grateful
August 15, 2022

August 15, 2012 "started out as a typically normal day" for Family Research Council (FRC) building manager Leo Johnson, as he described it. Johnson, who had seven years of experience as a security guard for FRC, had moved into the position of building operations manager, but still spent part of his daily shifts manning the guard desk in the lobby of FRC's headquarters in Washington, D.C. Little did he know that on this day, in an instant, his life would be on the line, and would be forever transformed.

News Germany Denies Refuge to an Iranian Christian Convert
Germany Denies Refuge to an Iranian Christian Convert
August 12, 2022

An Iranian Christian convert residing in Germany is in danger of deportation after the European Court of Human Rights dismissed his asylum-seeking case. In 2018, Hassan - whose name has been changed to protect his identity and is filed as "H.H" in public records - fled religious persecution in his home country.

Commentary How and Why to Read Exodus in 2022
How and Why to Read Exodus in 2022
August 12, 2022

Exodus offers the perfect antidote to cultural forces who want Christians to confine their faith to their own bedrooms, or at least to the walls of their churches. There is no one like our God, who does wondrous works (Exodus 15:11). All the earth is his, particularly his people (19:5). He has saved us for the purpose of serving him, and he will redeem us out of slavery to sin. How could servants of this great God not devote all their lives to serving him?

News Here’s What the FBI Seized at Mar-a-Lago
Here’s What the FBI Seized at Mar-a-Lago
August 12, 2022

The estimated 30 agents who searched the president's 58-bedroom Palm Beach mansion on Monday carted off 21 boxes of material, as well as multiple binders of photographs, a "leatherbound box of documents," a "potential presidential record," and a "handwritten note." Federal officers took four sets of documents they say were marked "top secret/sensitive compartmented information," three sets of papers marked "secret," and three marked "confidential."

News How a Christian Should Respond to the Mar-a-Lago Raid
How a Christian Should Respond to the Mar-a-Lago Raid
August 12, 2022

Evangelical leaders say Christians should not respond to legitimate concerns that the Biden administration is weaponizing law enforcement agencies against its critics with sinful fear or threats of violence, which will only strengthen federal efforts to repress believers' civil liberties. Instead, one of the nation's foremost Christian leaders has revealed the exact words he prays when he thinks about the future of American freedom.

News Record-High Inflation Takes a Seat at the Dinner Table
Record-High Inflation Takes a Seat at the Dinner Table
August 12, 2022

While a sweltering August heat wave sweeps through the states, summer temperatures aren't the only numbers on the rise. Inflation keeps breaking records, hitting 9.1% in July; gas prices in June were higher than ever before; and in the current economy, the Misery Index (economic measurement of inflation and unemployment) is skyrocketing. While the White House has remained ambiguous on the definition of a recession, many economic experts confirm that the state of America's economic symptoms fit the conventionally accepted definition.

Commentary CDC Issues COVID Guidelines Admitting What Everyone Already Knew
CDC Issues COVID Guidelines Admitting What Everyone Already Knew
August 12, 2022

You may have forgotten the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) even had COVID guidelines. Already whittled down from severely draconian origins to something that more reflected Florida's early policies, the CDC's official guidelines have finally been updated to better reflect public opinion. That's not quite how they put it, of course. "CDC is streamlining its COVID-19 guidance to help people better understand their risk, how to protect themselves and others," began their Thursday press release.

Commentary Legislating Same-Sex Marriage Would Threaten Tax-Exempt Status
Legislating Same-Sex Marriage Would Threaten Tax-Exempt Status
August 12, 2022

With Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) promising a vote on legislation that will codify same-sex marriage, it is worth reviewing the serious threats to religious freedom that have already arisen as this idea (and its underlying ideology) has been legitimized in recent years. Looming among these is the threat to the tax-exempt status of religious organizations that believe marriage is between one man and one woman.

Commentary ‘The Two Shall Become One’: The Double Meaning of Marriage
‘The Two Shall Become One’: The Double Meaning of Marriage
August 12, 2022

As American culture drifts from its foundational biblical principles, so too will our society cast aside marriage as an essential societal institution and good. The only solution to reverse this decline in marriage is to recover the transcendent nature and purpose of marriage as revealed in Scripture.

Commentary The Truth About the Evangelical Pro-Life Movement
The Truth About the Evangelical Pro-Life Movement
August 12, 2022

In recent years, and especially since the Supreme Court's repudiation of Roe v. Wade earlier this summer, advocates of abortion have promoted the story that the reason evangelicals are almost uniformly pro-life is rooted in something sinister.

News Biden’s 87,000 New IRS Agents Are Coming for Conservatives, Expert Warns
Biden’s 87,000 New IRS Agents Are Coming for Conservatives, Expert Warns
August 11, 2022

Tens of thousands of new IRS agents will target middle-class, conservative Christians for new rounds of audits if a bill favored by President Joe Biden passes Congress on Friday, an expert has warned. The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives looks poised to pass the "Inflation Reduction Act of 2022" on Friday. The legislation - which cleared the Senate on Sunday by a party-line, 51-50 vote - would hire 87,000 new IRS agents in an effort to raise $124 billion in new revenue through enhanced "enforcement" actions, such as audits.

Commentary New START Stopped: Russia Halts U.S. Nuclear Inspections
New START Stopped: Russia Halts U.S. Nuclear Inspections
August 11, 2022

The list of ways America's position in the world could be made more precarious keeps getting shorter; everything on the list keeps happening, one-by-one. This week, the disastrous incident is: America has lost eyes on Russia's nuclear arsenal. Russia announced on Monday it was halting U.S. inspection of its nuclear facilities in retaliation for U.S. sanctions imposed for their invasion of Ukraine.

Commentary Kamala Thinks College Students Need Abortion. As Usual, She’s Wrong.
Kamala Thinks College Students Need Abortion. As Usual, She’s Wrong.
August 11, 2022

With the nation's first post-Roe school year rapidly approaching, the pro-abortion lobby's crosshairs are once again aimed at one of their favorite targets: female college students. On August 8, Vice President Kamala Harris gathered the president of the American Council on Education and the presidents of eight colleges to discuss her concerns about how the Dobbs decision and the overturn of Roe v. Wade would impact college students. The participants of this meeting offer a vignette of the stunning ignorance that lies behind the Biden administration's perspective on abortion; of the 10 participants, two were self-identifying lesbians and five were men.

Commentary Fargo School Board Nixes Pledge of Allegiance, Teachers’ Union to Blame
Fargo School Board Nixes Pledge of Allegiance, Teachers’ Union to Blame
August 11, 2022

The Fargo, North Dakota School Board voted 7-2 at a Tuesday meeting to not recite the Pledge of Allegiance at upcoming school board meetings. School Board Vice President Seth Holden argued at the meeting that reciting the Pledge was a "non-inclusionary act," excluding atheists, agnostics, and adherents of many religions because of the words "under God."

Commentary Military Parents Need the Adults Working with Their Children to Be Transparent
Military Parents Need the Adults Working with Their Children to Be Transparent
August 11, 2022

Most people would agree that transparency in government is a good thing, so it was perplexing to see U.S. senators and representatives vote against amendments to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would have provided for more transparency at schools for children of U.S. military members.

Commentary Public School Bureaucrats Want to Choose Your Child’s Religion
Public School Bureaucrats Want to Choose Your Child’s Religion
August 11, 2022

The Supreme Court ruled on June 21 that state education budgets can't discriminate against Christian schools - but the most significant aspect of the case came more than six months earlier. In a revealing exchange during the oral arguments of Carson v. Makin last December 8, an attorney for the state of Maine essentially confessed that the government wants to discriminate based on religion, because politicians have "values they want to instill" in public schoolchildren. Multiple Supreme Court justices then explained precisely how they wish to discriminate against traditional Christian and religious believers.

Commentary GOP Primaries Show the Marriage Debate Is Far from Over
GOP Primaries Show the Marriage Debate Is Far from Over
August 10, 2022

If Republicans thought marriage was a throwaway issue in 2022, they're learning pretty quickly that voters don't think so. Despite a political climate dominated by the economy, primary season is shedding some interesting light on a subject that pundits wrongly assumed Americans have "moved on" from. While marriage isn't at the top of most voters' concerns in a country where a single chicken breast now costs $4.56, the debate has proven to be surprisingly potent in swing states the GOP can't afford to lose.

Commentary Judgmentalism Is on the Rise. How Should Christians Respond?
Judgmentalism Is on the Rise. How Should Christians Respond?
August 10, 2022

On Tuesday, Pew Research Center released a new survey showing that both Republicans and Democrats increasingly view members of the opposite party in a negative light. For Christians, this once again raises an important question as our society steadily becomes more polarized and judgmental: How are we called to love our neighbors who have opposing political views?

Commentary So, the Economy’s Great Now, Right? Inflation Report Yields Mixed Results
So, the Economy’s Great Now, Right? Inflation Report Yields Mixed Results
August 10, 2022

"I just want to say a number: zero," said President Joe Biden Wednesday. "Today, we received news that our economy had 0% inflation in the month of July - 0%." He added, "While the price of some things went up last month, the price of other things went down by the same amount. The result? Zero inflation last month."

News West Point Cites Karl Marx, Teaches Radical CRT to Cadets: Investigation
West Point Cites Karl Marx, Teaches Radical CRT to Cadets: Investigation
August 10, 2022

The institution charged with training the next generation of American military leaders teaches that "racism" marks every aspect of U.S. society, "slavery" is alive and well in the United States, capitalism oppresses the poor, and it indoctrinates soldiers in feminism and "queer theory," a Freedom of Information Act request has found.

News Pastors React: Report Shows Uptick in Millennial Church Attendance
Pastors React: Report Shows Uptick in Millennial Church Attendance
August 10, 2022

A recent Barna Research report reveals that there is an uptick in millennials seeking out church post-pandemic. While just a few years ago this generation received the brunt of jokes and stereotypes embodying youthful naivete and a disdain for responsibility, Generation Y is now turning ages 25 through 40. While some argue that with age comes maturity, this new study breaks down the effects of the pandemic as it pertains to millennials engaging in local worship. And the reason might come as a surprise.

News Congressman: FBI’s Trump Raid is ‘Overreach, Politicization, and Weaponization’ of the ‘Police State’
Congressman: FBI’s Trump Raid is ‘Overreach, Politicization, and Weaponization’ of the ‘Police State’
August 10, 2022

The Justice Department must turn over all documentation used to justify a raid on President Donald Trump's Florida home or stand presumed guilty of a vicious double standard that victimized conservatives, multiple experts - including a U.S. congressman - told The Washington Stand. Already, Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) has called for Attorney General Merrick Garland to be impeached over his role in the historic rifling through a former president's belongings. "Biden has taken our republic into dangerous waters," Hawley wrote. "At a minimum, Garland must resign or be impeached."

Commentary Pharmacist’s Win Gives Abortion Activists a Dose of Reality
Pharmacist’s Win Gives Abortion Activists a Dose of Reality
August 9, 2022

Joe Biden may believe in a woman's right to choose, but what about a doctor's? Or a nurse's? Or a pharmacist's? While the Left rants, vandalizes, and bullhorns about the sanctity of personal decisions, their version of individual freedom has limits. It doesn't apply, for instance, to people who don't share their radical worldview. In that case, there's only one choice - surrender. But fortunately for America, there are still Christians like George Badeaux who refuse to.

Commentary Lawmakers Demand Acting Pa. Education Secretary ‘Reform or Resign’
Lawmakers Demand Acting Pa. Education Secretary ‘Reform or Resign’
August 9, 2022

Pennsylvania lawmakers on Monday called on the state's acting education secretary, Eric Hagarty, to scrub "Gender Theory Student Indoctrination" from state education websites immediately - or resign. Twenty-one Republicans in the Pennsylvania House supported this "Reform or Resign Ultimatum."

News As Crime Rises, Shrinking Law Enforcement Ranks Are Spread Thin
As Crime Rises, Shrinking Law Enforcement Ranks Are Spread Thin
August 9, 2022

Crime is surging in American cities. An AP story on Monday reported that in municipalities like Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Portland, violent crime is steeply rising at the same time that the number of law enforcement officers is dwindling. Meanwhile, the Biden administration's top law enforcement officials are occupied with other matters.

Commentary ‘Unprecedented’: FBI Raids Trump Mar-a-Lago Residence
‘Unprecedented’: FBI Raids Trump Mar-a-Lago Residence
August 9, 2022

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents initiated a raid Monday on former President Trump's residence at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, reportedly seeking classified documents taken by President Trump when he vacated the White House. But before we jump to conclusions, Christians should remember to wait for the facts to come out.

News Federal Schoolyard Bullies Try Taking Lunch Money from Christian Academy
Federal Schoolyard Bullies Try Taking Lunch Money from Christian Academy
August 9, 2022

In a coming-of-age tale as old as time, schoolyard bullies are quick to steal lunch money. Only this time, the Biden administration threatened to withhold federal lunch funding from a small Christian school for adhering to their biblical values. Unfortunately for the government, Grant Park wasn't going down without a fight.

News Public School Teachers Told to Indoctrinate Kids as Young as Three in Radical LGBT Theory
Public School Teachers Told to Indoctrinate Kids as Young as Three in Radical LGBT Theory
August 8, 2022

State universities indoctrinate future teachers in controversial transgender, racial, and political theories - and instruct them to teach these principles to children beginning in preschool, a new report has found. "There's a huge amount of liberal indoctrination going on," the report's author, Will Flanders, told "Washington Watch" guest host Joseph Backholm on Monday. "We found it across every public university in the state that has an education program."

News Biden’s Attempt to Underwrite Abortion Travel Going Nowhere: GOP Congressman
Biden’s Attempt to Underwrite Abortion Travel Going Nowhere: GOP Congressman
August 8, 2022

President Joe Biden's plan to have taxpayers fund the travel of women in pro-life states seeking an abortion in another state may be terminated before it reaches viability. Republican lawmakers, including a member of House leadership, have introduced a bill to protect Americans from being compelled to underwrite the transportation costs of poor women to receive an abortion in a less protective state.

Commentary Consequences: Voters Defund Library over Graphic LGBT Books
Consequences: Voters Defund Library over Graphic LGBT Books
August 8, 2022

At 12 miles southwest of Grand Rapids, it would lie at about 7 o'clock if a clock face were interposed on the famous "palm" map. It's about a mile, as the crow flies, from Sunrise Acres Egg Farm. It's a mile-and-a-half from the nearest Meijer grocery. Jamestown Township, population 9,630, is deep in Michigan's Dutch Reformed farm country. The Township's local library, named Patmos, is deep in something else: trouble.

Commentary China, Climate, and Human Dignity
China, Climate, and Human Dignity
August 8, 2022

In retaliation for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-Calif.) recent visit to Taiwan, China has announced it is cancelling "dialogue with the U.S. between regional commanders and on defense policy coordination, military maritime safety, returning illegal immigrants, criminal matters, transnational crime, (and) illegal drugs." Additionally, China moved to "halt bilateral talks on climate change with the United States."

News Indiana Becomes First State to Pass a Comprehensive Pro-Life Bill Since Dobbs
Indiana Becomes First State to Pass a Comprehensive Pro-Life Bill Since Dobbs
August 8, 2022

In a clear sign of the vitality of the pro-life movement in the post-Roe era, Indiana became the first state since the Dobbs Supreme Court ruling overturned Roe v. Wade to pass a wide-ranging pro-life bill that protects most unborn children from abortion, with some exceptions included for cases of rape and incest and to save the life of the mother.

Commentary Despite Rampant Inflation, Senate Dems Muscle Through Tax-and-Spend Package
Despite Rampant Inflation, Senate Dems Muscle Through Tax-and-Spend Package
August 8, 2022

After Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) finally indicated last week how small a version of the Build Back Better bill he would support, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) hurried to cash that check before the deal fell apart, scheduling a vote-a-rama on Saturday and a final vote on Sunday.

Commentary Abortions Were Rising Before Dobbs. The Battle to Lower Them Will Be Fought in the States.
Abortions Were Rising Before Dobbs. The Battle to Lower Them Will Be Fought in the States.
August 8, 2022

In the aftermath of the Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade, which once again allowed state legislatures and Congress to pass laws protecting life, several states have had laws go into effect protecting life at conception. As more and more states move to protect life in the womb in its earliest stages, it is important to see what kind of impact laws outlawing abortion will have on reducing abortions.

Commentary How and Why to Read Genesis in 2022
How and Why to Read Genesis in 2022
August 7, 2022

Why do bad things happen to good people? Why do the wicked prosper? Why is there so much frustration, pain, and seemingly pointless suffering in this world? These are tough questions, and they are made even more challenging to answer because they are usually asked out of acute emotional anguish, provoked by difficult circumstances. Underneath these questions, you will often find a soul wrestling with doubt, asking questions like, "Is God good? Is he in control? Can I trust him?"

Commentary Anglican Bishops: ‘Unity’ Over Truth?
Anglican Bishops: ‘Unity’ Over Truth?
August 6, 2022

If fidelity to Scripture means a loss of members or even ecclesiastical collapse, then "let God be true and every man a liar" (Romans 3:4). Is the survival of a denominational organization more important than obeying our Redeemer? The Archbishop of Canterbury should know better than what this week's conference implies.

News Back to School Blues: Droves of Americans Ditching Public School
Back to School Blues: Droves of Americans Ditching Public School
August 5, 2022

This summer, students aren't the only ones dreading going back to the classroom. According to staggering enrollment data, parents appear to have had a case of back-to-school blues over public education since COVID-19's onset in early 2020. In the past two years, a mass exodus of over 1.2 million students has left the public school system as parents seek alternative education routes, such as public charter schools, private schools, and homeschooling.

News Is Religious Practice Dying in America? Not So Fast, Say Experts
Is Religious Practice Dying in America? Not So Fast, Say Experts
August 5, 2022

Is religious practice in America dying? If taken at face value, the conclusion of recent studies is clear: the U.S. is becoming increasingly secular. However, other studies continue to show that religious practice leads to increased happiness, less depression, and more involvement in community life, with a religious upbringing leading to positive outcomes in adulthood. In the end, experts say, what remains evident is that despite numerous challenges and a changing landscape, Christianity in America isn't going anywhere.

News Christian Flag Raised outside Boston City Hall after Supreme Court Victory
Christian Flag Raised outside Boston City Hall after Supreme Court Victory
August 5, 2022

It took five years of litigation and a 9-0 U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the city in May for the Christian flag to finally be allowed to go up on the public forum flagpole of the Boston City Hall Plaza. Harry Mihet of the legal group Liberty Counsel, which engaged in the court battle against the city, said Wednesday was "a great day for the city of Boston, for the Christian community in the city of Boston, for freedom itself, and for the Constitution."

News The 49-year Victory on Abortion Shows How We’ll Win on LGBTQ Issues: Perkins
The 49-year Victory on Abortion Shows How We’ll Win on LGBTQ Issues: Perkins
August 5, 2022

If the Republican Party wants to assemble the voter base it needs to win national elections, it must maintain pro-life and pro-family stances on the issues, an evangelical leader told a GOP planning and strategy meeting this week. At the same time, he pointed to a decades-long victory on abortion while counseling conservative Christians not to give up, even if it appears they are losing the battle over LGBT issues with some wings of the GOP.

Commentary Inside Louisiana’s Fierce Effort to Uphold Their Pro-life Laws
Inside Louisiana’s Fierce Effort to Uphold Their Pro-life Laws
August 5, 2022

The calls started coming in from across southern Louisiana on Monday. Offices in Shreveport, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge were all-hands on deck, divvying up patient lists to try to reach everyone in time. One by one, they called dozens of women, explaining that their abortion procedures couldn't go forward as planned. "The court reinstated the law," they explained for the third time since Roe v. Wade was struck down. As many as 120 women across the state were scheduled to end their pregnancies this week - all lives that were saved, at least for now, by order of the First Circuit Court.

Commentary China Fires Missiles Near Taiwan after Pelosi Visit
China Fires Missiles Near Taiwan after Pelosi Visit
August 5, 2022

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) made a splash with her recent visit to Taiwan - or, at least, she provoked a few. Shortly after she landed, the Chinese military on Tuesday announced live-fire "training drills" in six zones, virtually surrounding Taiwan with at least 10 ships and 100 planes.

Commentary Gender Transitions on Children: A Tale of Two Governors
Gender Transitions on Children: A Tale of Two Governors
August 4, 2022

If you did a case study of our political and cultural polarization and how radically different the Democratic and Republican parties are, look no further than each party's poster boy - California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R).

Commentary Gov. DeSantis Suspends Woke DA for Defying State Law
Gov. DeSantis Suspends Woke DA for Defying State Law
August 4, 2022

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) announced on Thursday morning that he was suspending State Attorney Andrew Warren "effective immediately." Warren is among the woke cadre of district attorneys who rode to victory on waves of funding from George Soros. With progressive groups like Fair and Just Prosecution, he has pledged to prioritize progressive priorities over enforcing the law, such as a pledge, issued on the date of the Dobbs decision, to enforce no pro-life laws.

News Faust: Children Have a Right to a Father and Mother
Faust: Children Have a Right to a Father and Mother
August 4, 2022

As talk of codifying same-sex marriage into law intensifies with the "Respect for Marriage Act" in the Senate, Katy Faust, founder and director of Them Before Us, believes this would be a detrimental move against children's rights. This past Tuesday, on Family Research Council's broadcast, Pray Vote Stand, she shared why she is personally invested in the impact that marriage has on children.

News Biden Signs Executive Order That Could Force Taxpayers to Fund Abortion Costs
Biden Signs Executive Order That Could Force Taxpayers to Fund Abortion Costs
August 3, 2022

President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Wednesday that could force taxpayers to pay the costs of women who travel to another state to have an abortion. The decree "paves the way for Medicaid to pay for abortions for women having to travel out of state," said White House spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre at Wednesday's press briefing.

Commentary John Gibbs’s Upset in Michigan Is No Surprise to Values Voters
John Gibbs’s Upset in Michigan Is No Surprise to Values Voters
August 3, 2022

Primary elections serve a significant role in our constitutional republic. Representing the views and priorities of 330 million Americans can sometimes be a tall order for the two major political parties. In the party primaries, though, candidates have an opportunity to distinguish themselves by appealing to certain constituencies - and hopefully, if they win - to a broader electorate on Election Day.

News ‘God Took a Special Angel Home’: Pro-life Rep. Jackie Walorski Dies in a Car Crash
‘God Took a Special Angel Home’: Pro-life Rep. Jackie Walorski Dies in a Car Crash
August 3, 2022

A pro-life member of Congress, Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.), died in a car crash on Wednesday in northeastern Indiana. Two staffers in her vehicle - Emma Thomson, 28, and Zachery Potts, 27 - also perished in the accident in Elkhart County after a driver reportedly went left of center and crashed into Walorski's SUV on State Route 19 at 12:32 p.m. The driver of the other vehicle, 56-year-old Edith Schmucker, also lost her life.

Commentary ‘Left in the Dark’: Parents Sue Iowa School District for Excluding Them
‘Left in the Dark’: Parents Sue Iowa School District for Excluding Them
August 3, 2022

A group of concerned parents have sued the Linn-Mar Community School District for a policy which "authorizes children to make fundamentally important decisions concerning their gender identity without any parental involvement and to then hide these decisions from their parents," according to the lawsuit.

News PRCs Spend ‘Tens of Thousands’ on Enhanced Security in Wake of Attacks
PRCs Spend ‘Tens of Thousands’ on Enhanced Security in Wake of Attacks
August 3, 2022

Just as the surge of terrorism and hate crimes against pregnancy resource centers (PRC) and churches appeared to be slowing down in recent weeks, two more churches were targeted in Lawrence, Kans. over the weekend. With this ongoing violence and with the rhetoric surrounding PRCs continuing to heat up on Capitol Hill, pregnancy center staff are increasingly finding themselves having to divert valuable resources away from helping vulnerable women in need in order to bolster security measures for their buildings.

Commentary Biden DOJ Falls on Its Sword for Abortion
Biden DOJ Falls on Its Sword for Abortion
August 3, 2022

In an attempt at playing four-dimensional chess, the Biden administration has determined to sacrifice the Department of Justice (DOJ) in pursuit of a political advantage. U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Tuesday the DOJ was suing the state of Idaho over its pro-life trigger law that bans abortion, which has now taken effect.

News  China Will Target American Homeland over Pelosi Visit: China Scholar
China Will Target American Homeland over Pelosi Visit: China Scholar
August 3, 2022

The decision of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to visit Taiwan will almost certain bring "Chinese action against the American homeland," an expert on China policy forecasted. The Chinese communist government will launch "further attacks on Taiwan," even though they would be "stiffening the resolve of Taiwan's people," China expert Gordon Chang told "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" on Monday.

News  These Two Pro-Abortion Lies Sank Kansas’s ‘Value Them Both’ Amendment
These Two Pro-Abortion Lies Sank Kansas’s ‘Value Them Both’ Amendment
August 2, 2022

The pro-life cause just experienced its first setback at the ballot box since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. Voters in Kansas defeated the "Value Them Both" amendment (or Amendment 2), which would have clarified that the state constitution does not contain an unalienable "right" to abortion. With 63% of the statewide vote total in, Kansans rejected the amendment nearly two-to-one.

Commentary Soros Vows to Keep Bankrolling Woke DAs
Soros Vows to Keep Bankrolling Woke DAs
August 2, 2022

George Soros insisted, based upon an unnamed study, that woke prosecutors have nothing to do with the rise in violent crime. He even went so far as to assert, "Violent crime in recent years has generally been increasing more quickly in jurisdictions without reform-minded prosecutors." It's unclear what evidence he is looking at.

News Political Vandalism in KC: Pro-Life Activist and Churches Attacked
Political Vandalism in KC: Pro-Life Activist and Churches Attacked
August 2, 2022

Tuesday, people in Kansas hit the polls and voting on the "Value Them Both Amendment," a ballot initiative seeking to change the state's constitution to make it possible to pass pro-life laws. With this first post-Roe attempt to change state abortion law, several instances of hate crimes against pro-life individuals and organizations have been reported in the Greater Kansas City area.

Commentary Dems Declare War on PRCs for Offering Women What They Won’t: A Choice
Dems Declare War on PRCs for Offering Women What They Won’t: A Choice
August 2, 2022

As far as campaign slogans go, "We Hate Babies" isn't a particularly good one. And yet, with each passing day, that seems to be the message the Democratic Party is desperate to convey. Like Barack Obama, who insisted he didn't want his daughters "punished with a baby," the Left's post-Dobbs strategy seems to be painting motherhood as the worst form of oppression and pregnancy as a torture encouraged only by pro-life zealots. It's a far cry from society's mainstream, but then, what about the president's party isn't?

Commentary Taking Your Money Twice: Dems Agree to Build Back Smaller Bill
Taking Your Money Twice: Dems Agree to Build Back Smaller Bill
August 2, 2022

"Smoke and mirrors," Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) called it on Monday's edition of Washington Watch. "Completely Orwellian." That's the verdict on the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, which a damning analysis from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School Budget Model (PWBM) has concluded does not improve America's economic picture. "The impact on inflation is statistically indistinguishable from zero." Worse, if the act had any effect, it "would very slightly increase inflation until 2024."

Commentary HICE: We Must Not Codify Same-Sex Marriage
HICE: We Must Not Codify Same-Sex Marriage
August 2, 2022

Democrats in Congress are moving to reinforce the Supreme Court's grave error in the Obergefell ruling with legislation. Not only does the atrociously named "Respect for Marriage Act" discount the faith of millions of Americans, it also erodes their religious liberty by elevating the "right" to same-sex marriage above the constitutionally-guaranteed right for people to live according to their faith.

Commentary 5 Victims of Same-Sex Marriage
5 Victims of Same-Sex Marriage
August 2, 2022

In the brief period of human history that the U.S. has recognized gay "marriage," proponents have asked the same question: "How does my gay marriage affect you?" In reality, redefining the central institution in human society causes real harms - the very harms predicted by the defenders of marriage.

News New Report: Abortion Businesses Take a Hit in Post-Roe America
New Report: Abortion Businesses Take a Hit in Post-Roe America
August 1, 2022

Less than 40 days out from the Dobbs decision of June 24, abortion clinics have taken a hit in post-Roe America. The overturning of Roe v. Wade ushered in a new era for the pro-life and pro-abortion movement alike, moving the battle over life from the federal level to the states. According to a recent Guttmacher Institute report, 11 red states have taken swift action to protect unborn life. This has resulted in a mass halt in abortions.

Commentary The Politicization of Everything, Including the Congressional Baseball Game
The Politicization of Everything, Including the Congressional Baseball Game
August 1, 2022

On this past Thursday, Republican and Democratic lawmakers convened not in the Capitol, but at Nationals Park, the home of the Washington Nationals team. The teams sold thousands of tickets - mostly to Hill staffers and other politico-types - with proceeds going to charity. But this year, not everyone was there for fun at the friendly faceoff.

Commentary Soccer Star: Deserted by Courage, but Still Standing for It
Soccer Star: Deserted by Courage, but Still Standing for It
August 1, 2022

On Jaelene Daniels's Twitter page, there's a single pinned tweet. It says, "If you live for people's acceptance, you'll die from their rejection." "Unashamed," she added below. The post is from 2016, a year before the soccer star made coast-to-coast headlines for refusing to wear an LGBT pride jersey. It was a decision that cost Jaelene a spot on the U.S. Women's National team - ending a longtime dream. "I just felt so convicted in my spirit that it wasn't my job to wear this jersey," she said. Five years later, that conviction hasn't changed.

Commentary 16 State AGs Warn Google against Censoring Pregnancy Resource Centers
16 State AGs Warn Google against Censoring Pregnancy Resource Centers
August 1, 2022

Is Google censoring search results from pro-life pregnancy resources centers (PRCs)? Sixteen state attorneys general are determined to find out. "We hope that Google isn't doing it," Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) told Tony Perkins Friday on "Washington Watch." "But what we did see, for example, the attorney general from New York calling upon Google to limit or censor the searches ... looking for pregnancy centers." More than 20 Democratic lawmakers have also urged Google to censor pregnancy resource centers.

Commentary Standing in Seattle: A Christian University Is Not Bending to a Radical Agenda
Standing in Seattle: A Christian University Is Not Bending to a Radical Agenda
August 1, 2022

Starting in May, hundreds of Seattle Pacific University students and their allies in the Seattle LGBTQ community conducted a "sit in" at the school demanding that SPU's board of trustees change the institution's "homophobic" policies. Now, Washington's Attorney General Bob Ferguson (D) has "announced a civil rights investigation into Seattle Pacific University for refusing to hire LGBTQ+ faculty and staff." So what is SPU's response? Unlike other Christian colleges, it's fighting back.

News Parents at the Polls: School Choice in the 2022 Midterms
Parents at the Polls: School Choice in the 2022 Midterms
August 1, 2022

With three months until November, there is a lot of momentum behind the education issue heading into the midterm elections. As parents across the country have become increasingly frustrated with the public school system, they have proven that they're ready to take their passion to the polls.

Commentary The Trouble with Tribalism
The Trouble with Tribalism
July 31, 2022

People can't live without tribes. The same is true for followers of Christ. There are denominational tribes, of course, but there are much more than that. There are intra-denominational enclaves, cross-denominational enclaves, and Christian enclaves which have nothing whatsoever to do with denomination. Many of these tribal affiliations are good, but there is another kind of tribalism afoot that flourishes particularly in our internet age, and understanding it is key.

Commentary UN Caught Bowing to China's Behind-the-Scenes Pressure
UN Caught Bowing to China's Behind-the-Scenes Pressure
July 30, 2022

Last week, Reuters uncovered a private letter from Chinese officials that requested the United Nations human rights chief hide a report on human rights violations in Xinjiang. The report has been in the development process for years at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. It's believed to provide damning evidence of Chinese atrocities against the Uyghur population.

Commentary Lessons from Frederick Douglass on World Day against Trafficking in Persons
Lessons from Frederick Douglass on World Day against Trafficking in Persons
July 30, 2022

"Every human life is of infinite value - and we, as lawmakers, have a duty to protect the weakest and most vulnerable from harm." These words certainly ring true when considering human trafficking - the modern slavery crisis that victimizes nearly 25 million people around the globe. Over 400 representatives from both sides of the aisle saw the necessity for legislation that defended the human person from the many atrocities inflicted by human trafficking, including kidnapping, forced labor, and sexual assault.

Commentary On World Day against Trafficking, Let's Remember North Koreans
On World Day against Trafficking, Let's Remember North Koreans
July 30, 2022

Today marks World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, intended to raise awareness about human trafficking and to promote solutions to protect the victims. While the movement against human trafficking has grown over the past few decades, there is still much to be done to combat this evil, especially in areas of the world we hear little about. For North Korean women like Jihyun Park, the day is a poignant reminder of past struggles.

News Uproar as School Districts Hide Students' Gender Transition from Parents
Uproar as School Districts Hide Students' Gender Transition from Parents
July 30, 2022

In the upcoming school year, Maryland's Montgomery Country Public Schools will prohibit school staff from disclosing students' transgender identity to their parents. The 2021-2022 Guidelines for Student Gender Identity booklet outlines a plan where "LGBTQ students can express their gender identity free from discrimination, bullying, or harassment."

Commentary U.K.'s Gender Transition Mill Shuttered as Left Advances It in U.S.
U.K.'s Gender Transition Mill Shuttered as Left Advances It in U.S.
July 29, 2022

It's the "House of Horrors" of gender ideology. The Tavistock clinic in London, England is the only facility in the United Kingdom performing so-called gender transitions, and it has inflicted them on over 9,000 youth since the 1990s. In 2020, leaked transcripts showed staff concerns about the welfare of children who came through the clinic were suppressed - concerns like, "If I am not wrong, very many vulnerable children have been very poorly treated and will be left with, potentially, a lifetime of damage here."

News  Florida Tells Schools: Ignore Biden's Transgender Policies - or Else
Florida Tells Schools: Ignore Biden's Transgender Policies - or Else
July 29, 2022

The state of Florida has instructed public schools to ignore a Biden administration executive action that would force schools to open girls' showers, locker rooms, restrooms, and dormitories to members of the opposite sex, and to let males compete in women's sports. As the state's officials noted, since the federal government admits guidances do not - and cannot - carry legal weight, the latest transgender document "should not be treated as governing law."

News First Pro-Life Law after Dobbs Ruling Nears Passage in W. Va.
First Pro-Life Law after Dobbs Ruling Nears Passage in W. Va.
July 29, 2022

On Friday afternoon, the West Virginia Senate will hear the third and final reading of H.R. 302, a bill to clarify and amend West Virginia's abortion laws. Despite loud and disrespectful protests in the state house (abortion activists were well organized), West Virginia's House of Delegates on Wednesday overwhelmingly passed the bill 69-23. Republicans hold the majority in the House of Delegates 78-22, and they hold the majority in the Senate 23-11.

Commentary Let Pelosi Go to Taiwan
Let Pelosi Go to Taiwan
July 29, 2022

It's rare that GOP leaders are heard cheering on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif). This is the unusual situation caused by the White House's inconsistent messaging regarding Pelosi's upcoming trip to Taiwan - a trip that China's authoritarian leaders really don't want her to make.

News Pastors: 'We Are in the Fight of Our Life for This Country'
Pastors: 'We Are in the Fight of Our Life for This Country'
July 29, 2022

On Thursday, Family Research Council hosted a Watchmen on the Wall briefing for ministry leaders in Maysville, Georgia. The meeting offered pastors updates on the most pressing issues facing followers of Jesus in America. Andrew Brunson, Bishop Garland Hunt, Bishop Patrick Wooden Sr., and other speakers offered insight and encouragement on how to respond to today's culture for a biblical worldview and engage in practical ways.

Commentary Biden's Priorities vs. America's
Biden's Priorities vs. America's
July 28, 2022

The Biden administration has abandoned the vast majority of Americans to cater to tiny minorities, special interests, and foreign powers. Transgender activists, the abortion industry, and Chinese Communists enjoy Biden's unmerited favor; middle-class families, taxpayers, and church-goers hear Lunch Bucket Joe say, "Depart, I never knew you."

Commentary Poll: Biden's Trans Focus Is Turning off Democratic Voters
Poll: Biden's Trans Focus Is Turning off Democratic Voters
July 28, 2022

"Is this really happening?" That's what the University of Kentucky's Riley Gaines thought to herself, looking around the room. No one told her - or any of the other swimmers - that they'd be sharing their NCAA locker room with a fully-grown man. "So not only were we forced to race against a male," she told Tucker Carlson about Lia Thomas, "we were forced to change [in front of] one." And if President Biden gets his way, every girl in America - from kindergarten to college - will be in the same boat.

Commentary Recession: U.S. GDP Contracts for 2nd Consecutive Quarter
Recession: U.S. GDP Contracts for 2nd Consecutive Quarter
July 28, 2022

A widely accepted "rule of thumb" is that, when the economy experiences two consecutive quarters of economic contraction (declining GDP), it has entered a recession. However, the Biden administration has made much of the fact that the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), which is responsible for officially determining the dates of a recession, employs a definition that doesn't mention two quarters of negative growth.

Commentary What Is It Like to Be Pro-Life in China?
What Is It Like to Be Pro-Life in China?
July 28, 2022

The decision to overturn Roe in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization is one that will have an international impact, especially as many pro-lifers in other countries look to the robust pro-life movement in the U.S. for inspiration. In China - one of the other five countries with the world's most radical abortions laws - pro-lifers maintain a tiny presence. But Chinese pro-lifers face more challenges than most as they try to navigate tight government restrictions and a culture shaped by the legacy of China's notoriously brutal "One Child Policy."

News Florida Files Complaint Against Bar that Hosts Drag Show for Children
Florida Files Complaint Against Bar that Hosts Drag Show for Children
July 27, 2022

Earlier this week, the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) served a complaint to a bar that offers drag shows for children. The R House Bar in Miami was recently featured in viral videos in which a topless drag queen can be seen entertaining a young girl.

News 'We'll Raise That Baby': Pro-Life Courage from NCAA Coach
'We'll Raise That Baby': Pro-Life Courage from NCAA Coach
July 27, 2022

A devout Catholic college football coach made headlines last week for publicly taking a firm pro-life stance. Coach Jim Harbaugh of the University of Michigan Wolverines spoke at a pro-life fundraiser, along with his wife, Sarah. The Detroit Catholic covered the couple's individual testimonies of faith and commitment to their pro-life values.

News Same-Sex Marriage Bill Aims ‘to Crush Anyone Who Opposes Belief in Gay Marriage’: Senator
Same-Sex Marriage Bill Aims ‘to Crush Anyone Who Opposes Belief in Gay Marriage’: Senator
July 27, 2022

A Republican senator has said he will "absolutely oppose" a bill redefining marriage nationwide, warning that liberal activists plan to "use it as a weapon" to drive Christians out of the public square. During Wednesday's episode of "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins," Senator James Lankford (R-Okla.) announced for the first time that he will vote against H.R. 8404, marketed as the "Respect for Marriage" Act, if it comes to the Senate floor.

News FDA Slaps Warning on Puberty Blockers
FDA Slaps Warning on Puberty Blockers
July 27, 2022

Puberty blockers earned a warning label from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) earlier this month after six minors (ages 5-12) experienced severe symptoms. The puberty blockers in question are known scientifically as "gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) substances" The minors, who were all biologically female, suffered from symptoms of "pseudotumor cerebri" (tumor-like masses in the brain), including visual disturbances (seeing bright lights that aren't there), headache or vomiting, papilledema (swelling of the optic nerve), increased blood pressure, and abducens neuropathy (eye paralysis).

Commentary With China, Biden Has Put U.S. in ‘Most Dangerous Moment Since WWII’, Says Expert
With China, Biden Has Put U.S. in ‘Most Dangerous Moment Since WWII’, Says Expert
July 27, 2022

If top U.S. officials were trying to lose a cold war to China, they could hardly do a better job. A report from Saturday details how China's infiltration of U.S. infrastructure could potentially give them influence over our nuclear capabilities. Another report from this week detailed how China infiltrated the Federal Reserve, cultivating assets and stealing information. "This is the most dangerous moment in history after the Second World War," warned Gordon Chang on Monday's edition of "Washington Watch."

Commentary 13 FAQs on the ‘Respect for Marriage Act’
13 FAQs on the ‘Respect for Marriage Act’
July 27, 2022

This week, The Heritage Foundation released a list of frequently asked questions about the Democrats' radical same-sex marriage bill, H.R. 8404. Roger Severino, the former director of the HHS's Civil Rights Division, sets the record straight on what the sweeping law would actually do.

News  Gen. Milley’s ‘Bald-Faced Lie’ About Military Vaccinations
Gen. Milley’s ‘Bald-Faced Lie’ About Military Vaccinations
July 26, 2022

General Mark Milley misled Congress, under oath, about the way firing hundreds of thousands of soldiers who refuse to comply with the Biden administration's vaccination mandate will harm America's national security, a Republican congressman revealed Tuesday.

Commentary Kansas’s Chance to ‘Take Back Our Laws and Our State’
Kansas’s Chance to ‘Take Back Our Laws and Our State’
July 26, 2022

Every state has certain distinctives. One of Kansas's happens to be owning the geographical center of the contiguous United States. For the lower 48, a little chapel near the Nebraska border is smack dab in the middle of the country. And starting next week, the state can brag about being in the center of something else: the nationwide abortion debate.

Commentary Biden Administration: ‘Recession’ Means Whatever We Say It Means
Biden Administration: ‘Recession’ Means Whatever We Say It Means
July 26, 2022

Is there any word the Left won't redefine? God once judged the world by confusing their language; now men are judging themselves by confusing their own language. Sharing a common language and understanding of what words mean is one of the most fundamental attributes that holds society together. The Left seems to believe that society isn't worth holding together, if it won't conform to their utopian schemes.

Commentary Biden Is Trying to Turn Every State into California
Biden Is Trying to Turn Every State into California
July 26, 2022

By attempting to change rules through executive action that would lead to widespread violations of privacy rights, conscience rights, religious freedom, fair sports play, and a plethora of other rights, Biden is attempting to remake America into California's image, without the permission of the American people.

Commentary 4 Compelling Reasons for the Senate to Oppose Redefining Marriage
4 Compelling Reasons for the Senate to Oppose Redefining Marriage
July 26, 2022

No one likes to be told they are on the "wrong side of history," and no one likes being called "hateful." Furthermore, the desire to affirm the dignity of our friends who identify as LGBT is rooted in the biblically consistent conviction that everyone has inherent value and ought to be treated with decency and respect. To affirm the dignity of our LGBT friends and avoid being vilified, should Republicans move on from social issues perceived as divisive, such as the definition of marriage?

Commentary Remember: Despite All the Bad News, the Good News Is Advancing!
Remember: Despite All the Bad News, the Good News Is Advancing!
July 26, 2022

According to Lifeway Research, "With a 1.17% growth rate, almost 2.56 billion people will identify as a Christian by the middle of 2022. By 2050, that number is expected to top 3.33 billion." Of course, identifying with a denomination or faith tradition is different from experiencing what Jesus called the new birth (John 3). However, there is no question that millions of men, women, and children are coming to saving faith in Christ.

Commentary Selling out on Marriage Will Haunt the GOP
Selling out on Marriage Will Haunt the GOP
July 25, 2022

Never underestimate the Republican Party's ability to self-destruct. That's the one thing years of cultural battles have taught everyone. Heading into November with the elections on a silver platter, the men and women who rebranded themselves as the "anti-woke" have suddenly gone soft on an issue that should be a political no-brainer: marriage. After seven years of letting the court take the heat for redefining history's oldest institution, a surprising number of Republicans are making a fatal mistake - believing they can win back Congress by sounding just as radical as the party set to lose it.

News Monkeypox’s Inconvenient Truth
Monkeypox’s Inconvenient Truth
July 25, 2022

As the Biden administration considers declaring monkeypox a public health emergency, an epidemiologist says the easiest way to combat its spread is to discourage the practices of "aggressively hypersexualized gay men."

News Executions of Four Democracy Activists Intensifies Fight for Freedom in Myanmar
Executions of Four Democracy Activists Intensifies Fight for Freedom in Myanmar
July 25, 2022

Myanmar's military recently executed four pro-democracy activists in what is believed to be the first use of capital punishment in the southeast Asian country (also known as Burma) in more than three decades. In closed-door trials earlier this year, the activists were sentenced to death for carrying out "brutal and inhumane terror acts" by helping militias fight the army that overthrew the democratically-elected government in February 2021.

Commentary As Midterms Heat up, Dems Try to Solve their ‘Parents’ Problem
As Midterms Heat up, Dems Try to Solve their ‘Parents’ Problem
July 25, 2022

Persuading (or rather, mollifying) parents remains a major issue for Democrats. Fully half of likely voters believed education is too politicized, according to a May poll commissioned by the American Federation of Teachers in seven battleground states. They were also dissatisfied with "the amount of say that parents have in what their children are taught" (50%), "the way schools have handled the COVID-19 pandemic" (42%), "the way students are taught about racial issues" (60%), and "the way students are taught about issues related to sexual preference and gender identity" (58%).

Commentary In the Marriage Debate, Let’s Make Sure We Define ‘Love’ the Same Way God Does
In the Marriage Debate, Let’s Make Sure We Define ‘Love’ the Same Way God Does
July 25, 2022

Unfortunately, a lot of people who should know better seem to be struggling with how to respond to Congress's marriage debate. Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) criticized the Obergefell decision in 2015 but told reporters that she was "keeping a very open mind" about the issue because she has a "good number of very close friends that are same-sex married." The implication is that it would be unloving not to support same-sex marriage - and there are plenty of people who would agree with her.

News Is the Negative View of Adoption among Mothers of Unplanned Babies ‘Unlikely to Change’?
Is the Negative View of Adoption among Mothers of Unplanned Babies ‘Unlikely to Change’?
July 25, 2022

The Dobbs Supreme Court decision has sparked a renewed focus on adoption in America. A recent Washington Post story reported on the small number of women with unplanned pregnancies who choose adoption and asserted that this is "unlikely to change" despite new pro-life laws. Meanwhile, a new survey of women of childbearing age is providing insight into what factors influence the decision.

Commentary Unshakable Faith: What We Can Learn from the Persecuted
Unshakable Faith: What We Can Learn from the Persecuted
July 25, 2022

Religious freedom is core to who we are as humans. We naturally seek to answer life's biggest questions - about who we are, where life itself comes from, what our purpose is, and where we are going. These answers are found in our Christian faith. This makes the freedom to choose and live out our faith essential to living a fully human life.

Commentary Abortion Is Not Real Love
Abortion Is Not Real Love
July 24, 2022

In a House Oversight Committee hearing on July 13, self-proclaimed "abortion storyteller" Sarah Lopez insisted, "My abortion is the best decision I ever made. It was an act of self-love [...]." The day before, in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, abortionist Dr. Colleen P. McNicholas said simply, "Abortion is an act of love." The abortion lobby is correct about one thing - abortion is a matter of love, but not true love; instead, it is a complete perversion of love. What is the object of the warped love that motivates abortion?

News States Care for Pregnant Mothers by Extending Medicaid Postpartum Coverage
States Care for Pregnant Mothers by Extending Medicaid Postpartum Coverage
July 24, 2022

With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, state legislatures are grappling to implement initiatives to improve maternal health care both during and after pregnancy. Extending Medicaid health care coverage for pregnant women up to 12 months after they give birth or miscarry is one of the measures states are taking to ensure women have access to quality maternal care.

News Florida School Board Rejects New Sex-Ed Curriculum
Florida School Board Rejects New Sex-Ed Curriculum
July 23, 2022

Earlier this week, the Miami-Dade School Board voted against adopting two new sex education textbooks for the 2022-23 school year. With a narrow vote of 5-4, the decision followed emotionally charged debate between more than 40 parents and board members.

News Liberal City Loses $39 Million for Refusing to Enforce Pro-life Laws
Liberal City Loses $39 Million for Refusing to Enforce Pro-life Laws
July 23, 2022

State officials in Louisiana have withheld tens of millions of dollars from a Democratic city where elected officials, including its Soros-linked prosecutor, defiantly refused to enforce the state's pro-life laws. The funds would have helped build a critical update to the city's water and sewage infrastructure. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry (R) told The Washington Stand he proposed delaying state funding for city projects until liberal officials stopped threatening to turn New Orleans into a "sanctuary city" for abortion.

News Preparing for an Unplanned Baby Boom: Adoption in the Post-Roe Era
Preparing for an Unplanned Baby Boom: Adoption in the Post-Roe Era
July 23, 2022

At the moment, only 4% of women with unwanted pregnancies place their children for adoption. But with the recent overturning of Roe v. Wade, social workers at pregnancy resource centers expect this number to increase due to a potential post-Roe unplanned baby boom. With this possible rise in domestic infant adoptions, a pertinent question has emerged: Is America prepared for a plethora of adoptable babies?

Commentary Good Shooting: Left Ignores Men’s Duty to Protect
Good Shooting: Left Ignores Men’s Duty to Protect
July 23, 2022

A good Samaritan stopped a mall shooting last Sunday 15 seconds after it began, said Greenwood, Indiana police on Tuesday. At a Monday press conference, Greenwood Police Chief James Ison had said the good guy with a gun engaged within two minutes, but on Tuesday clarified that was due to misreading his notes. The abbreviated timeline only makes the courageous action of Eli Dicken that much more heroic. But the Left doesn't understand the significance of Dicken's manly behavior. In fact, the Left doesn't understand the solemn, masculine duty to protect - in any area of society.

News Democrats ‘Are Coming for Your Rights, Especially Christians’: Congressman
Democrats ‘Are Coming for Your Rights, Especially Christians’: Congressman
July 23, 2022

Under the guise of protecting access to contraception, Democratic leaders in Congress have introduced "a Trojan Horse" that protects abortion on demand while denying Christians the religious freedom to opt out of chemical abortions. "Believe me, they are coming for your rights - especially Christians. Especially," warned Rep. Dan Bishop (R-N.C.) on Friday.

News House Freedom Caucus Urges Senate to Oppose Same-Sex Marriage Bill
House Freedom Caucus Urges Senate to Oppose Same-Sex Marriage Bill
July 22, 2022

The House Freedom Caucus declared their opposition to H.R. 8404, the Respect for Marriage Act, in a press release on Friday. They characterized the bill as "fearmongering over the Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization," which Democrats resorted to "in a desperate effort to distract from their creation of galloping inflation, a record-breaking border crisis, and skyrocketing gas prices."

Commentary Christians Cannot and Must Not Support Same-Sex Marriage
Christians Cannot and Must Not Support Same-Sex Marriage
July 22, 2022

Amid a "red wave" midterm election cycle, and after the most successful Supreme Court term in living memory, including the long-sought-after overturning of Roe v. Wade, many Republicans seemingly feel a sudden urge to apologize for the victories by abandoning every conservative principle and give Democrats everything they want.

Commentary These Senators Defended Marriage in 2015. What’s Changed?
These Senators Defended Marriage in 2015. What’s Changed?
July 22, 2022

When the Supreme Court delivered its blow to marriage in 2015, burning down three dozen state laws and tearing up 50 million ballots, the GOP's reaction was straightforward. Outrage. With a handful of exceptions, the response that echoed across the two coasts was a collective "How dare they?" As far as Republicans were concerned, what the five justices did on that June day was a betrayal of the people, our system of government, and the pillar that's upheld society since the beginning of time. "It's an injustice," they railed. Now, seven years later, they finally have a chance to prove it. The question is: will they?

News Taxpayer Money Funds LGBT Festival Overseas
Taxpayer Money Funds LGBT Festival Overseas
July 22, 2022

According to the State Department, funding Queer Lisboa and similar initiatives in other countries is part of President Joe Biden's push to "support LGBTQ+ and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility efforts" overseas.

News Defending Marriage Is ‘Social Justice for Children’
Defending Marriage Is ‘Social Justice for Children’
July 21, 2022

As the U.S. Senate debates the "Respect for Marriage" Act, a social scientist said politicians must understand that preserving the time-honored definition of marriage is necessary to establish "social justice for children."

News Republicans Voting for Same-sex Marriage Is a ‘Political Calculation’: Congressman
Republicans Voting for Same-sex Marriage Is a ‘Political Calculation’: Congressman
July 21, 2022

On Tuesday, 47 Republican congressmen voted in favor of the "Respect for Marriage Act," a bill that was rushed for a House floor vote with little notice from Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). The measure would force every state to recognize same-sex marriages in the unlikely event that Obergefell v. Hodges is overturned. At least one congressman is calling the actions of these GOP members a "political calculation."

News Chinese-Owned Company Buys Up Farmland Near Strategic U.S. Airbase, Alarming Senators
Chinese-Owned Company Buys Up Farmland Near Strategic U.S. Airbase, Alarming Senators
July 21, 2022

Three U.S. Senators wrote July 14 to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), expressing concern over "Chinese food manufacturer Fufeng Group's recent purchase of roughly 370 acres of land near Grand Forks, North Dakota." Fufeng plans to build a wet corn mill on the site. However, because of national security implications that potentially go far beyond food production, Rubio, Cramer, and Hoeven urged the CFIUS to conduct a full review.

Commentary Is There a Problem with Black Children?
Is There a Problem with Black Children?
July 21, 2022

In our rejection of God's word, we've abandoned his instructions, thereby destabilizing the intended foundation of marriage for children. The results are devastating for kids. And the implications are repeatedly reflected in news headlines. There will always be challenges with kids, black, yellow, red, and white. However, as adults, we must follow God's plan and prayerfully proceed to what's next.

Commentary The Weakness of Biden’s Foreign Policy
The Weakness of Biden’s Foreign Policy
July 21, 2022

Mr. Biden would probably have been an excellent salesman, public relations executive, or even talk-show host. But a statesman, sadly, he is not. From issue to issue, on domestic and foreign policy, he has been inconsistent, erratic, and blown about by every wind of changing partisan preference and political pressure.

News Biden’s Climate ‘National Emergency’ Threatens Consumers and the Constitution, Experts Say
Biden’s Climate ‘National Emergency’ Threatens Consumers and the Constitution, Experts Say
July 21, 2022

Watching his environmental legislation stymied by popular will and the democratic process, President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced he would implement some of his Green agenda through executive actions. But legal experts tell The Washington Stand that the president has overreached the limits of his constitutional authority - and that his policies will make Americans pay even more for energy.

Commentary What Should Kids Be Taught? The Left Has All the Wrong Priorities.
What Should Kids Be Taught? The Left Has All the Wrong Priorities.
July 20, 2022

It's the most radical "summer camp" ever. No, really. The Portland-area Budding Roses summer camp "cultivates free, safe, and empowering spaces for youth to learn, express themselves, and engage critically with the social justice issues that impact them." What that boilerplate gobbeldy-gook means is that they aim to teach 4th through 8th graders about white supremacy, police abolition, protest chants, and how to deal with tear gas.

Commentary House Vote on Marriage Underscores Speed of Moral Revolution
House Vote on Marriage Underscores Speed of Moral Revolution
July 20, 2022

The House's fast-tracking of the "Respect for Marriage Act" is emblematic of the astonishing speed at which the moral revolution continues to move concerning same-sex marriage. But it is just as true today as it ever has been that natural marriage is the context for strong families, thriving communities, and stable civilizations.

Commentary MILLER: No One Voted To Be Gaslighted by the Biden Administration
MILLER: No One Voted To Be Gaslighted by the Biden Administration
July 20, 2022

The American people have lost faith in the Biden administration because they have a pattern of denying reality and gaslighting the public. They said inflation was "temporary." They said the border is secure. They said they don't think the Wuhan coronavirus came from the Wuhan coronavirus lab. They said the Taliban wouldn't take over Afghanistan in a weekend. They said men can get pregnant. This is all madness!

Commentary ‘Heroic Faith’ Amid Persecution: The Plight of Christians and America’s Voice for Freedom
‘Heroic Faith’ Amid Persecution: The Plight of Christians and America’s Voice for Freedom
July 20, 2022

"Heroic Faith: Hope Amid Global Persecution" highlights gripping stories of Christians from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Europe who are bravely devoted to their faith. Co-written by Family Research Council's religious freedom experts, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin, Lela Gilbert, and Arielle Del Turco, the book takes a close look at the tragic circumstances Christians face due to dangerous and sometimes deadly opposition to their faith in Jesus Christ.

Commentary HHS Official: ‘Empower... Gender Affirmation Treatment’ for Youth
HHS Official: ‘Empower... Gender Affirmation Treatment’ for Youth
July 20, 2022

Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine appeared Monday on MSNBC to promote permanent mutilation as a solution for mentally disturbed minors. "We really want ... to affirm and to support and empower these youth not to limit their participation in activities in sports and even limit their ability to get gender affirmation treatment in their state," he said.

News 47 Republicans Vote for National Same-sex Marriage Bill
47 Republicans Vote for National Same-sex Marriage Bill
July 20, 2022

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) rushed the "Respect for Marriage" Act to a vote this week, claiming that the Supreme Court might overturn the 2015 case that first invented a putative constitutional "right" to same-sex marriage. The bill - which would prevent states from recognizing a marriage as the union of one man and one woman - passed the lower house of Congress by a hefty 267-157 margin. While 157 Republicans voted no, 22% of House Republicans voted to redefine marriage and prevent states from recognizing the natural family in the event the Supreme Court reverses itself.

News  Flashback: One Year Ago, Biden Said Inflation Would be ‘Temporary’
Flashback: One Year Ago, Biden Said Inflation Would be ‘Temporary’
July 19, 2022

One year ago, President Joe Biden said the inflation that had marked every month of his presidency would soon be a thing of the past. Last July 19, Biden denied the economy would see "persistent inflation," because "our experts believe and the data shows that most of the price increases we've seen were expected and expected to be temporary." By December, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the administration should stop calling rising prices "transitory."

Commentary The Truth Hasn’t Changed. The GOP Must Defend Marriage.
The Truth Hasn’t Changed. The GOP Must Defend Marriage.
July 19, 2022

If you asked the talking heads, they'd say Americans are flocking to the Republican Party because of Joe Biden. It's a reasonable explanation, considering the dumpster fire he's made of our economy, energy, and inflation. But there's another reason that voters are turning to the GOP - and it has nothing to do with the price of gas in Wichita. It's because under Donald Trump they rediscovered something important: their moral courage. And this week's marriage debate, however contrived it is, is putting everything they've learned to the test.

News Mayor Bowser: Migrants ‘Tricked’ into Crossing D.C. Border
Mayor Bowser: Migrants ‘Tricked’ into Crossing D.C. Border
July 19, 2022

Governor Greg Abbott of Texas (R) commissioned charter buses to provide free transportation for migrants who volunteered to travel from overwhelmed Texas border towns to Washington, D.C. To date, over 100 buses with capacity of up to 40 passengers each have arrived, bringing undocumented men, women, and children straight to the streets adjacent to the Capitol, where many politicians were advocating for open borders.

News Georgia Abortion Law’s Personhood Provision Challenged by ACLU Lawyers
Georgia Abortion Law’s Personhood Provision Challenged by ACLU Lawyers
July 19, 2022

A panel of judges will soon rule on whether Georgia's heartbeat abortion law can take effect. In 2019, Governor Brian Kemp (R) signed a bill prohibiting abortion once a "detectable human heartbeat" is present (the bill included exceptions for rape and incest when a police report has been filed). The law was blocked before it could be enacted by a federal judge who found it unconstitutional based on the federal Roe v. Wade precedent. Since the Supreme Court ruled that abortion is not protected in the Constitution, Georgia's abortion law is up for review.

Commentary In ‘Defund the Police’ Minneapolis, City Council Members Call to Fund Abortion
In ‘Defund the Police’ Minneapolis, City Council Members Call to Fund Abortion
July 19, 2022

Minneapolis city councilmembers joined pro-abortion groups on Sunday at a rally to urge Mayor Jacob Frey to directly fund abortions in the next city budget. Councilmembers Aisha Chughtai and Robin Wonsley Worlobah joined 16 pro-abortion groups, as well as U.S. Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Minnesota House Majority Whip Kaohly Vang Her, and members of the state legislature's new "Reproductive Freedom" Caucus.

Commentary Four Christians Face Execution as Sudan Reverts to Islamist Law
Four Christians Face Execution as Sudan Reverts to Islamist Law
July 19, 2022

On June 28, four Sudanese Christian men were arrested for violating a previously annulled apostasy law - a law demanding a death sentence for leaving Islam. This latest report of Christian persecution has led to increasing concern about Sudan's future, thanks to a 2021 military coup that shattered widespread hopes for continuing freedom of worship.

Commentary Why the Constitution Maddens the Left
Why the Constitution Maddens the Left
July 19, 2022

Recently, I saw a bumper sticker that read, "The Constitution: Frustrating Liberals Since 1789." This is a humorous witticism, but it carries the ring of truth. Liberal outrage over the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade has been generated not only by the end of their cherished national culture of abortion on demand, but also by an understanding of our country at odds with the vision of America's Founders.

Commentary FACT CHECK: Did a Publicly Funded Media Outlet Launch a Disinformation Team?
FACT CHECK: Did a Publicly Funded Media Outlet Launch a Disinformation Team?
July 18, 2022

The strangest part of the Left's obsession with "disinformation" is that, despite their rhetoric, they cannot conceive of countering disinformation as a search for objective truth. For them, it's only a cynical, political exercise. Twisting the facts for political ends is exactly what they accuse their opponents of doing.

Commentary On Abortion, Dems Take Lawlessness to Another Level
On Abortion, Dems Take Lawlessness to Another Level
July 18, 2022

The problem used to be that judges wanted to be legislators. Now, thanks to the Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs, legislators want to be judges. It's a shift that seems to be exploding under Joe Biden, who has about as much use for the separation of powers as a menu at Haagen Dazs. Desperate Democrats, who can't manage to get the courts, Congress, or voters on board with their radical agenda, have turned to the one thing that Barack Obama perfected: lawlessness.

Commentary Russian ‘Filtration’ System Deports, Erases Ukrainians
Russian ‘Filtration’ System Deports, Erases Ukrainians
July 18, 2022

While Russia's invasion of Ukraine has slowed to a deadly slog, Russia is rapidly reshaping the territories it controls into its own image. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken called out Russia's "systematic 'filtration' operations and forced deportations" in a July 13 press statement.

Commentary SCALISE: Constitutional Conservatives Saved the Supreme Court
SCALISE: Constitutional Conservatives Saved the Supreme Court
July 18, 2022

The Founding Fathers envisioned three co-equal branches of government with distinct roles serving as a "check" against each other to ensure that one branch did not grow too powerful. Congress, reflecting the will of the American people, would pass legislation, the president would act on behalf of the nation by enacting those laws, and the Supreme Court would act as a backstop against tyranny and mob rule by interpreting the constitutionality of Congress and the White House's actions. Washington Democrats have all but abandoned this bedrock framework.

News Biden Promotes Transgenderism as Male Inmate Impregnates Two Female Prisoners
Biden Promotes Transgenderism as Male Inmate Impregnates Two Female Prisoners
July 18, 2022

In 2019, then-candidate Joe Biden said, "In prison, the determination should be that your sexual identity should be defined by what you say it is, not what, in fact, the prison says it is." Biden and Democratic congressional leaders favor the so-called Equality Act, which would codify the notion that transgender criminals should be jailed in a facility that matches their gender identity. With that legislation stalled, the president is taking unilateral action to promote the transgender cause.

News Latest Court Ruling Is a Victory for ‘Biological Sex’
Latest Court Ruling Is a Victory for ‘Biological Sex’
July 18, 2022

In a ruling that is a clear victory for advocates of keeping biological males out of girls' sports and locker rooms, a federal judge has blocked a Biden administration directive that reinterprets Title IX's prohibition of "discrimination on the basis of sex" to include sexual orientation and gender identity.

Commentary China-U.S. Relations Face Catastrophic Risks
China-U.S. Relations Face Catastrophic Risks
July 17, 2022

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) made it clear during meetings with the United States a while ago that "the Taiwan Strait is not an international waterway, and China has sovereignty and control over the Taiwan Strait." The U.S. disagreed and expressed its dissatisfaction, and Beijing said immediately that "China will not impede the normal navigation and air traffic rights of the relevant countries in the Taiwan Strait," which is nonsense.

Commentary 7 Problems with Leaving Christianity Behind on Vacation
7 Problems with Leaving Christianity Behind on Vacation
July 16, 2022

Whether it's the beach, a theme park, or a scenic foreign city, vacations can be enjoyable and refreshing. New experiences can open our eyes to the wider world and build sweet memories with loved ones. Extra leisure allows us to reflect and recharge. But among the fun and excitement, vacations have a dangerous side. I'm not talking about jellyfish or sunburn; their danger is only skin deep. I'm talking about the spiritual danger vacations pose by tempting us to leave our Christianity at home.

Commentary ‘Peace Through Strength’ Is Still a Good Motto
‘Peace Through Strength’ Is Still a Good Motto
July 16, 2022

America is under threat. This is not news in itself, but the kinds of threats we face are of a different sort than in previous years. The list of specific dangers is long and disturbing.

News Gender Transition Closets in Schools: A Parents vs. School Board Power Struggle
Gender Transition Closets in Schools: A Parents vs. School Board Power Struggle
July 16, 2022

Missouri dad John Potter has made a name for himself by speaking out and rallying other parents to put checks and balances on the Columbia Public School (CPS) district, vying for transparency in their children's educational institutions. This week, the national power struggle between parents and school boards continues, as a high school prepares to receive funding for a new "gender closet."

News Latest Pro-Life Legal Battle: Texas Sues Biden over Emergency Abortions
Latest Pro-Life Legal Battle: Texas Sues Biden over Emergency Abortions
July 16, 2022

On Thursday, Texas state officials filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration challenging its recent guidance that health providers can carry out abortions in emergency cases regardless of their state's laws. Under the guidance released earlier this week by the Department of Health and Human Services, health providers who carry out emergency abortions are protected under federal law. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) responded to this by suing the HHS to "ensure that the Left's abortion agenda can't reach Texas babies."

Commentary A Foreign Policy Biden Got Right - by Copying Trump
A Foreign Policy Biden Got Right - by Copying Trump
July 15, 2022

For the first time as president, Joe Biden visited Israel this week, arriving on Wednesday and staying into Friday. The Middle East trip featured both impressive innovation - such as cultural exportation of the American "fist bump"- and salutary preservation of key features of Middle East stability.

Commentary Gender, Abortion, and Transphobia
Gender, Abortion, and Transphobia
July 15, 2022

While the end of Roe v. Wade is and will remain a source of rejoicing, the Biden administration is doing all it can to prevent states from exercising their constitutional authority over abortion policy. In a number of states, judges have impeded implementation of pro-life legislation already on the books.

Commentary No Safe Space: Chemical Abortion and Trafficked Daughters
No Safe Space: Chemical Abortion and Trafficked Daughters
July 15, 2022

This very second, there are men online, in malls, walking through neighborhoods, luring girls away from unhappy homes with one goal: to sell them and use them for sex. They've been kicked, beaten, starved, punished, and forced to subject themselves to a level of brutality and humiliation most of us can't comprehend. Most of these young girls end up pregnant - and not just once. Multiple times. In their abusers' minds, there's only one solution: abortion.

Commentary Airmen Get a Shot at Immunity: Judge Recognizes Class Action Lawsuit Over COVID Jab
Airmen Get a Shot at Immunity: Judge Recognizes Class Action Lawsuit Over COVID Jab
July 15, 2022

Hey, remember COVID? The U.S. Air Force still believes the virus poses a top threat to their young and healthy workforce. In fact, they believe your tax dollars are best used to cover their legal expenses, to defend their denial of requests for religious exemptions to the COVID vaccine mandate. Strange, because they keep losing.

News HHS: Pro-life Pharmacists Must Dispense Abortion Drugs or Be Sued
HHS: Pro-life Pharmacists Must Dispense Abortion Drugs or Be Sued
July 15, 2022

The Department of Health and Human Services sent a guidance on Wednesday to 60,000 pharmacies nationwide, warning their employees of stiff, legal "corrective action" against anyone who refuses to comply. The guidelines say, for instance, that if a pharmacist refuses to fill an order for mifepristone or misoprostol "because these medications can also be used to terminate a pregnancy - the pharmacy may be discriminating on the basis of sex."

News ‘They Are the Party of Death’: House Democrats Pass Bills Expanding Abortion Until Birth
‘They Are the Party of Death’: House Democrats Pass Bills Expanding Abortion Until Birth
July 15, 2022

The House of Representatives has passed two abortion-expanding bills, one of which would strike down virtually all pro-life laws nationwide and potentially force taxpayers to fund abortion until birth. Opponents have called it the most extreme pro-abortion bill in U.S. history, saying both measures would shield disreputable abortionists while throwing "a cloak around" sexual predators.

News ‘Center for Grooming Children’: CDC Site Steers Minors to Facilitated LGBT Chat Forum
‘Center for Grooming Children’: CDC Site Steers Minors to Facilitated LGBT Chat Forum
July 15, 2022

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a stated vision of "Equitably protecting health, safety & security." Yet new revelations show that the CDC's website links to an online chat space directed at "LGBTQ+ teens" that is facilitated by transgender activists promoting practices that have been shown to permanently harm the health of minors.

News Removing Porn from School Libraries is ‘Not Kristallnacht’: Parent
Removing Porn from School Libraries is ‘Not Kristallnacht’: Parent
July 15, 2022

A polling firm believes it has found the perfect strategy for Democrats to fend off a red wave in the 2022 midterms: Blame the culture war in America's public schools on Republicans. The decision comes even as parents struggle to remove pornographic content from school libraries.

Commentary Land of the Free to Criticize
Land of the Free to Criticize
July 14, 2022

Plato and Aristotle asked what form of government was best, and now the debate has been taken up by pro basketball players. On Tuesday, former Boston Celtic Enes Kanter Freedom tweeted at LeBron James, "You are free to leave buddy." James had suggested WNBA player Brittney Griner might prefer remaining in a Russian prison, instead of returning to America. "I would be feeling like, 'Do I even want to go back to America?'" said James.

Commentary WHO Can’t Say What a Woman Is
WHO Can’t Say What a Woman Is
July 14, 2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) is rapidly transitioning from a mechanism to improve global health outcomes into just one more institution captured by woke political activism. Fresh off the director-general lamenting that the U.S. Supreme Court's Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade "was a setback" because "restricting [abortion] drives women and girls towards unsafe abortions," the global health body announced its determination to erase women altogether.

News America’s Maternal Mortality Rate Is High, and Not for Lack of Abortion
America’s Maternal Mortality Rate Is High, and Not for Lack of Abortion
July 14, 2022

America is facing a maternal health crisis. Earlier this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that the maternal mortality rate increased between 2019 to 2020. The CDC reported that in 2020, there were 861 deaths due to maternal causes compared to 754 women in 2019 and 658 in 2018.

News As Hate Crimes Pile Up Against Churches and PRCs, Hawley Cracks Down
As Hate Crimes Pile Up Against Churches and PRCs, Hawley Cracks Down
July 14, 2022

It began in Boulder, Colorado. On the night of May 3, criminals attacked Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church, beginning a country-wide wave of hate crimes and terrorist attacks against churches, pregnancy resource centers (PRCs), and pro-life organizations unlike anything seen before in the U.S. And if the Biden administration won't do something about it, Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) has made it clear: he will.

News Dick’s Sporting Goods’ New Anti-Childbirth Policy Earns Federal Discrimination Complaint
Dick’s Sporting Goods’ New Anti-Childbirth Policy Earns Federal Discrimination Complaint
July 14, 2022

A right-leaning legal group sent two letters on Wednesday. The first, to Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Lauren Hobart, alerted her "to apparent mismanagement and violations of federal civil rights laws that threaten the waste of the Company's assets." The second, to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) area office, asked the EEOC to "open an investigation into DICK'S Sporting Goods, Inc. (the 'Company') for engaging in unlawful employment practices in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964."

News The Deplorable History of the Abortion Industry’s Lies and Sexual Abuse Cover-ups
The Deplorable History of the Abortion Industry’s Lies and Sexual Abuse Cover-ups
July 14, 2022

Ohio authorities have arrested an illegal immigrant for raping a 10-year-old girl, who subsequently crossed state lines to get an abortion. Numerous media outlets questioned the thinly sourced details of the original story. They were right to do so, based on abortionists' long history of simultaneously lying about rape and concealing the sexual assault of minors.

News ICE Promises Abortions for Undocumented Women
ICE Promises Abortions for Undocumented Women
July 14, 2022

Immigrant women in custody are "still entitled to abortions," announced the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Top immigration officials are planning on instructing detention centers around the country to allow pregnant women in custody to get abortions regardless of the recent overturning of Roe. v. Wade.

News ‘Abortion Is Liberation’ Doc Supports Policies that Killed Women with Ectopic Pregnancies
‘Abortion Is Liberation’ Doc Supports Policies that Killed Women with Ectopic Pregnancies
July 14, 2022

A video of a self-described "pro-abortion doctor" telling the U.S. Senate "abortion is liberation ... and I want to celebrate that" went viral on Wednesday. But the Democrats' star witness proved equally untrustworthy when she asserted a new wave of post-Roe, pro-life protections might threaten the care women receive when suffering from threatening ectopic pregnancies.

Commentary Biden and the Democrats Can’t Stop Alienating Working-Class Voters
Biden and the Democrats Can’t Stop Alienating Working-Class Voters
July 13, 2022

Working-class Americans, who previously voted in large numbers for Democrat politicians, are shifting toward the GOP. Turns out, the actions of those in power are not without reactions from voters - voters who rely on affordable gas for their cars and trucks and food to feed their families, and who will look for a political home elsewhere if the party in power refuses to take their concerns seriously.

Commentary Woke History at Monticello
Woke History at Monticello
July 13, 2022

Not to be outdone by big business and America's public schools, significant historical sites are now joining the woke parade. Recent visitors to Thomas Jefferson's former home Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia have reported that the famous historical site has gone woke.

Commentary Tacos, Turtles, and Other Highlights from Congress’s Dueling Abortion Hearings
Tacos, Turtles, and Other Highlights from Congress’s Dueling Abortion Hearings
July 13, 2022

While inflation numbers burn through projections and Americans stare down a 9.1% price hike, Democrats are on a hopeless mission to persuade the country that abortion access is the nation's biggest crisis. Their crusade has already chewed through hours of the legislative clock this week, as party leaders on both sides of the Capitol host endless hearings on an issue that the majority party can do almost nothing about. But, as Senator Josh Hawley's (R-Mo.) viral exchange made clear on Tuesday, the time isn't all wasted. At least voters are getting a clear picture of what the Democratic Party cares about.

Commentary June Inflation Accelerates to 9.1%
June Inflation Accelerates to 9.1%
July 13, 2022

Rising prices floored the accelerator instead of the brake in June, increasing 1.3% over the past month and a whopping 9.1% over the past year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) release on Wednesday. BLS said the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) saw "the largest 12-month increase since the period ending November 1981," over 40 years ago.

News Detransitioning Teen Pleads: ‘No Child Should Have to Experience What I Have’
Detransitioning Teen Pleads: ‘No Child Should Have to Experience What I Have’
July 13, 2022

Resisting intense lobbying from well-funded national LGBTQ pressure groups, the state of Florida has taken a step closer to stop taxpayers from funding transgender hormone treatments and surgeries. Concerned parents and at least one teen who has detransitioned after having her breasts surgically removed asked state officials to do more to protect minors.

Commentary Leftist Group Offers to Pay Anyone Who Abets SCOTUS Harassment
Leftist Group Offers to Pay Anyone Who Abets SCOTUS Harassment
July 12, 2022

Left-wing activist organization ShutDownDC, known for its radical and often illegal tactics, offered to pay waiters who tip them off regarding the locations of the Supreme Court justices. "DC Service Industry Workers ... If you see Kavanaugh, Alito, Thomas, Gorsuch, Coney Barrett or Roberts DM us with the details!" tweeted ShutDownDC on Friday. "We'll venmo you $50 for a confirmed sighting and $200 if they're still there 30 mins after your message."

Commentary FACT CHECK: Dispelling 5 Common Myths about Chemical Abortion
FACT CHECK: Dispelling 5 Common Myths about Chemical Abortion
July 12, 2022

Since the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization that overturned the egregiously wrong Roe v. Wade, the Biden administration has been doing everything in its power to expand the use of chemical abortion. For years, the abortion industry has made unsubstantiated claims about the safety of chemical abortion carried out with the use of mifepristone and misoprostol. Here are five common myths about chemical abortion and the science that dismantles them.

News Sen. Hawley Accused of ‘Violence’ for Denying Transgender Ideology
Sen. Hawley Accused of ‘Violence’ for Denying Transgender Ideology
July 12, 2022

A law professor accused a U.S. senator of "opening up trans people to violence" by denying that men can get pregnant during a hearing in the Capitol on Tuesday. Critics say transgender activists increasingly equate rejecting extremist gender ideology with assault, or they suppress debate altogether, in order to foist controversial ideas of gender fluidity on the public.

News Sailing Around Dobbs: Activists Make Plans to Send Abortion Ship to Gulf of Mexico
Sailing Around Dobbs: Activists Make Plans to Send Abortion Ship to Gulf of Mexico
July 12, 2022

According to KCBS Radio, San Francisco OBGYN, professor, and pro-abortion activist, Dr. Meg Autry, is mobilizing a group to bring abortion access to women in pro-life states. Her bay area-based group, Protecting Reproductive Rights Of Women Endangered by State Statutes (or, PRROWESS), is crafting plans to send an abortion clinic ship to the Gulf of Mexico, where they could perform surgical abortions five miles off the shore on a ship in federal waters. They are currently in the process of fundraising a minimum of $20 million and even a ship donation.

News COVID Stimulus Money Used to Fund ‘Anti-Racism’ Programs for Children
COVID Stimulus Money Used to Fund ‘Anti-Racism’ Programs for Children
July 12, 2022

In March 2021, President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (ARP) into law, which the White House touted as "a bridge to an equitable economic recovery" from the COVID pandemic by "delivering direct relief to the American people" and small businesses. But a recent report found that a federal government agency that works with libraries and museums used $15 million of ARP funds for programs aimed at children that promote "anti-racism" and "equity, diversity, and inclusion," among other programs for the general public.

News 7 Scientific Facts About Gender Transitions for Minors
7 Scientific Facts About Gender Transitions for Minors
July 12, 2022

Transgender activists propose administering a battery of drugs and surgeries to young children with gender dysphoria, but a newly released report refutes nearly every supposed benefit they list - including claims that such treatments reduce suicides. In fact, they may increase them, some studies show.

News Story of 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Falls Apart
Story of 10-Year-Old Rape Victim Falls Apart
July 12, 2022

An anecdote about a 10-year-old girl being raped, which President Joe Biden forcefully cited to promote abortion-on-demand, appears to be a myth, according to the highest legal authority in the state where the assault supposedly happened.

Commentary Corporate Activism Meets Its Limits after Roe
Corporate Activism Meets Its Limits after Roe
July 11, 2022

June 24 wasn't just the end of federal abortion on demand - it was also the end of a long-running corporate ruse. America's biggest businesses, we were told for years, would do anything to protect their woke social causes. They'd write letters, donate to the loudest activists, lobby on Capitol Hill, even publicly shame their own customer base. But when push comes to shove, would these CEOs really fall on their sword to protect abortion? The answer, so far, is no.

Commentary How to End Up in the Emergency Room: A ‘Guide’ to Chemical Abortion
How to End Up in the Emergency Room: A ‘Guide’ to Chemical Abortion
July 11, 2022

Complete with images and a QR code for a "Google doc with more resources," a pro-abortion flier walks a woman though the process of using abortion drugs to kill her unborn child. The 11-step process begins with the woman taking a pregnancy test (Step 1), ends with her starting birth control (Step 11), and along the way, makes certain to put her life in danger.

News Pelosi, The ‘Queen of Poison,’ to Hold Two Abortion Votes This Week
Pelosi, The ‘Queen of Poison,’ to Hold Two Abortion Votes This Week
July 11, 2022

Scrambling for ways to reinstate a top-down abortion policy that bars all 50 states from punishing abortionists, House Democrats have scheduled at least two votes and multiple hearings - including a bill that could strike down nearly all state pro-life protections until birth.

News From Pottstown to Pottersville: Zoning Official Dings Churches for Charity
From Pottstown to Pottersville: Zoning Official Dings Churches for Charity
July 11, 2022

Food pantries, counseling, and community hospitality - according to the Pottstown, Pa. Zoning Officer Winter Stokes, such activities are "by definition ... more than that of a church." Stokes issued citations to Christ Episcopal Church of Pottstown and Mission First, "a ministry of Cedarville UMC [United Methodist Church]" which shares an address with First UMC of Pottstown.

News Rowdy Students, Overwhelmed Teachers: How the Pandemic Scarred Public Schools
Rowdy Students, Overwhelmed Teachers: How the Pandemic Scarred Public Schools
July 11, 2022

Fighting, tardiness, absenteeism, and an unwillingness to complete classwork are all issues Rebekkah Biven, a public school teacher in Tulsa, Okla. says were exacerbated post-pandemic. After the COVID lockdowns, Biven and many of her colleagues at MacArthur Elementary returned to classrooms that were more chaotic than before due to months of isolation that had adverse effects on students' social skills.

News As Chinese Military Saber-Rattles, Biden Focuses on Pronouns: Congressman
As Chinese Military Saber-Rattles, Biden Focuses on Pronouns: Congressman
July 10, 2022

Less than 48 hours after U.S. and British intelligence officials called a rising China "the most game-changing challenge we face," President Joe Biden stood poised to remove tariffs from Chinese products - while doubling down on plans to foist controversial social-engineering policies on the U.S. military.

Commentary Confusing the Innocent: Library Group Recommends ‘Pronoun Book’ for Infants
Confusing the Innocent: Library Group Recommends ‘Pronoun Book’ for Infants
July 8, 2022

"Children's entertainment" is no longer guaranteed to be appropriate for children. With Disney vowing to promote sexual perversion, and a drag queen story hour targeting children in every city, this conclusion has become increasingly obvious. Yet, somehow, the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) has managed (or is it womanaged?) to up the ante yet again, aiming woke propaganda not at kindergartners, but at infants.

Commentary Gavin the Good - and the Rest of Us
Gavin the Good - and the Rest of Us
July 8, 2022

Gavin Newsom is the photogenic governor of California. He is known for his outbursts of selective moral indignation and also for his unfiltered elitism. In the words of satirist Kevin Nelson, Newsom is "the P.T. Barnum of masking, vaccines, boosters, lockdowns, and arbitrary mandates for all those who do not think like him."

Commentary Andrew Brunson: Fear God, Not People
Andrew Brunson: Fear God, Not People
July 8, 2022

It took me about a year of being in prison to get to the point where I could consistently press through my fear. I did not come to the point where I had no fear, but I came to the point where I could stand firm in spite of fear. I want to share with you how I came to this point and how you can overcome fear as well.

Commentary FITCH: Hope, Respect, and Intention will Build a Sustainable Culture of Life
FITCH: Hope, Respect, and Intention will Build a Sustainable Culture of Life
July 8, 2022

When the U.S. Supreme Court published its opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, it gave the nation an opportunity for healing. The Constitution provides us the tools for balancing competing interests and for finding resolution for tough questions through the two branches of government accountable to the people at the ballot box.

News Biden’s Executive Order Takes Aim at Pro-life Pregnancy Resource Centers
Biden’s Executive Order Takes Aim at Pro-life Pregnancy Resource Centers
July 8, 2022

President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday morning to "expand access to abortion care, including medication abortion." The executive action signaled the president plans to take aim at pro-life pregnancy resource centers and offer free legal protection to the abortion industry.

Commentary Andrew Brunson: When God’s Grace Isn’t What You Expect
Andrew Brunson: When God’s Grace Isn’t What You Expect
July 7, 2022

I hear some people saying confidently now, "Persecution will be good for us. It will build the church. Bring it on." We need to be careful not to be over-confident. I say to you again, it can be more difficult than we think, and God's faithfulness, His help, His grace, may look different than what we would expect.

Commentary Consumer Advisory: Here Are Alternatives to Pro-Abortion Companies
Consumer Advisory: Here Are Alternatives to Pro-Abortion Companies
July 7, 2022

While investigating and choosing to avoid companies that fund abortion, consumers can take their pro-life convictions a step further by choosing to support businesses that take an active stance on honoring human dignity rather than merely remaining neutral.

Commentary The Ideology of Relativism is Unraveling
The Ideology of Relativism is Unraveling
July 7, 2022

Relativism is the notion that reality is a result of human interactions and cultural interpretations - in other words, reality is subjective. But as we see with the Dobbs decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, only the truth endures.

Commentary Undervalued Resources that Pregnancy Resource Centers Offer
Undervalued Resources that Pregnancy Resource Centers Offer
July 6, 2022

PRCs meet the unique needs of their local communities. With over 2,700 centers nationwide, these services demonstrate why PRCs are so beneficial and how they stand in stark contrast with abortion businesses like Planned Parenthood.

Commentary Hope of a ‘Different World’: Vladimir Putin and the True King
Hope of a ‘Different World’: Vladimir Putin and the True King
July 6, 2022

Even in the post-Soviet era, the hope that we are living in a "different world" is a false one. But we can look with confident joy to the day when the God of the universe will create "a new heaven and a new earth" when the redeemed "from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages" will stand "before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white (pure) robes" (Revelation 21:1, 7:9).

News Big Tech Stings Again: TikTok Bans The Babylon Bee
Big Tech Stings Again: TikTok Bans The Babylon Bee
July 6, 2022

Popular satire news source The Babylon Bee received a sting from TikTok after they were removed from the platform Monday without explanation, according to CEO Seth Dillon in a comment to The Washington Times.

Commentary Unpacking the ‘Separation of Church and State’ Distortion
Unpacking the ‘Separation of Church and State’ Distortion
July 5, 2022

In the wake of the Supreme Court's recent string of pro-religious liberty decisions, including striking down a law that excluded religious schools in Maine from participating in a school voucher program and upholding the right to public prayer, many are claiming that by ruling in favor of religious organizations and individuals, the current Supreme Court is destroying the so-called constitutional idea of "separation of church and state."

Commentary What You Can Expect at a Pregnancy Resource Center
What You Can Expect at a Pregnancy Resource Center
July 5, 2022

Although each PRC faces unique challenges and takes different approaches to cater to the specific needs of its local community, there are general services that one can expect to find at each. PRCs stand together when it comes to optimizing care for mothers, fathers, and their babies. In addition to pregnancy tests and counseling, here are some of the services typically available at PRCs.

News Fighting ‘Polite Persecution’: Chaplain Fired and Labeled a ‘Terrorist’ After Sermon
Fighting ‘Polite Persecution’: Chaplain Fired and Labeled a ‘Terrorist’ After Sermon
July 5, 2022

Last week at the annual International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington, D.C., The Heritage Foundation hosted a panel titled, "Victims of 'Polite' Persecution: Believers Targeted By Secular Abortion and Gender Activists." One of the panelists was Reverend Dr. Bernard Randall, an ordained bishop of the Church of England and a former chaplain at a Christian K-12 school in Cambridge, who took to the podium to share his experience of being on the receiving end of religious discrimination.

News As Woke Corporations Offer Free Abortion, This Company is Doing the Opposite
As Woke Corporations Offer Free Abortion, This Company is Doing the Opposite
July 5, 2022

After Dobbs, dozens of corporations are scrambling to broadcast their pro-abortion stance to the world by announcing they will cover the cost of an abortion for their employees. But one company has recently decided to flip the script by offering to cover birth and adoption-related medical costs for their employees instead.

News An Evening of ‘Celebrating Dobbs, Celebrating Life’
An Evening of ‘Celebrating Dobbs, Celebrating Life’
July 4, 2022

On Sunday, July 3, Family Research Council (FRC) President Tony Perkins partnered with Michael Farris, the CEO of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) to commemorate the Supreme Court's historic decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. The event brought together various pro-life leaders and supporters of the movement for an evening of prayer, worship, and discussions on a post-Roe America.

Commentary It’s Okay to Be Grateful for America
It’s Okay to Be Grateful for America
July 3, 2022

The sentiment that America is not worth celebrating is not new. Small but growing calls to boycott have almost become part of the tradition for holidays like Thanksgiving and the 4th of July. And the truth is, America does have problems. Even if we disagree about what the biggest problems are, the fact that America has issues is one of the few things everyone agrees on. But one of the emerging problems in America is the idea that it's inappropriate to be grateful for something until it has been perfected.

Commentary Our Founders Would Smile on the Supremes
Our Founders Would Smile on the Supremes
July 3, 2022

As we celebrate Independence Day, I believe the Founders would be smiling at the work of the Supremes because these two monumental rulings, Dobbs v. Jackson and Kennedy v. Bremerton, are absolutely in sync with two foundational rights enumerated in our Founding Document, the Declaration of Independence.

Commentary An Independence Day Prayer
An Independence Day Prayer
July 3, 2022

Today, we can celebrate God and give thanks to those who sacrificed much for the freedoms we share as a nation and for the beauty of this country. We can also be people who commit to praying for our country. While we can pray for many things for our country today, I urge you to pray these scriptures as you give thanks to God for the United States of America.

Commentary Rethinking Your Relationship with the Church
Rethinking Your Relationship with the Church
July 3, 2022

Slightly more than one out of every three pastors of Christian churches (37%) possesses a biblical worldview - i.e., adoption of the basic scriptural principles and teachings that form the filter through which we experience, interpret, and respond to the world. While that is far better than what the Inventory has discovered in the adult population among those who consider themselves to be Christian, it is a far cry from what most people expect - and what today's confused culture so desperately needs - from Christian church leaders.

Commentary A Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy - of Love and Sacrifice
A Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy - of Love and Sacrifice
July 2, 2022

Since the Supreme Court's decision to correct Roe v. Wade, many in the mainstream media have claimed that for decades, conservatives have not only worked to end this injustice but have somehow "conspired" to do so. It's as if an insidious cabal has met in shadowy places, working like termites to undermine the framework of our justice system.

News Biden Throws in Towel on Filibuster to Pass Abortion Expansion
Biden Throws in Towel on Filibuster to Pass Abortion Expansion
July 2, 2022

President Joe Biden has admitted that he does not have enough support in his own party to suspend the filibuster, a necessary step for Democrats to pass a nationwide expansion of abortion. Biden launched into the topic on Thursday while responding to a poll that said 85% of Americans believe the country is moving in the wrong direction. U.S. voters "do not think that," he fired back, asserting that we have "the strongest economy" in the world. "The one thing that has been destabilizing is the outrageous behavior of the Supreme Court ... "

Commentary Earth to Biden: Abortion Extremism Isn’t Going to Unite the Country
Earth to Biden: Abortion Extremism Isn’t Going to Unite the Country
July 1, 2022

Despite a month and a half heads-up, Joe Biden didn't exactly snap to attention when his party's greatest fears were realized. The end of Roe v. Wade inflamed the Democrats' die-hards, who were immediately ready to burn down the Supreme Court with the conservative justices inside. While the Left suggested everything from impeaching Brett Kavanaugh to pitching abortion tents in Yellowstone, their slow-moving president seemed incapable of urgency.

Commentary The End of Pride
The End of Pride
July 1, 2022

Pride month is now over, but America's fascination with pride isn't quite put to rest. We've got a pride problem, and we're proud of it.

News A Devout Rabbi’s Case for Religious Freedom for All
A Devout Rabbi’s Case for Religious Freedom for All
July 1, 2022

This week at the annual International Religious Freedom Summit in Washington, D.C., I sat down with one of the most influential rabbis in the United States, Rabbi Abraham Cooper, and talked about the importance of religious freedom for all. Appointed by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) and recently elected USCIRF vice chair, he shared why he has passionately committed his life to combatting antisemitism and championing human rights, and why every American should care.

Commentary The Abortion Pill Regimen Is a Chemical Coat Hanger
The Abortion Pill Regimen Is a Chemical Coat Hanger
June 30, 2022

Since the landmark Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the Biden administration has been scrambling to find new ways of ensuring laws cannot protect unborn children. At the top of their list is chemical abortion - a pill regimen of mifepristone (distributed under the brand name Mifeprex) and misoprostol.

Commentary The Road to Dobbs: The Inside Story of How Pro-Lifers Held the Line against SCOTUS Moderates
The Road to Dobbs: The Inside Story of How Pro-Lifers Held the Line against SCOTUS Moderates
June 30, 2022

Pro-life advocates won an indelible victory on June 24 when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. But they may have forgotten one of the most important skirmishes that paved the long road to this historic victory: Seventeen years ago, pro-life Christians defied a Republican White House pressure campaign and insisted the president withdraw his first choice for the court.

Commentary WHO Chief: Dobbs ‘Was a Setback’
WHO Chief: Dobbs ‘Was a Setback’
June 30, 2022

"Health and humanitarian challenges that the world is facing" include COVID vaccines, monkeypox, malnourished children in Africa, and... the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade? That's according to the World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in a Wednesday briefing. The comments were just what you would expect from a former African warlord who now does the bidding of the Chinese Communist Party.

Commentary Portland Church Uses Mob Attack for Gospel Witness, Calls for Prayer
Portland Church Uses Mob Attack for Gospel Witness, Calls for Prayer
June 30, 2022

They came in force, armed with spray paint and rocks. They shielded their identity from security cameras with umbrellas and masks. After assembling in a park, as many as 100 people marched two blocks to the office building of Hinson Baptist Church, which also houses a community coffee shop and office space for First Image, a Christian pro-life group that operates pregnancy centers in the Portland, Ore. area.

Commentary FOXX: Time to Clear the Left’s Anti-Life Smokescreen
FOXX: Time to Clear the Left’s Anti-Life Smokescreen
June 30, 2022

Following the Supreme Court's historic 6-3 decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, Democrat strategists and so-called "pundits" within the mainstream media went into a manic frenzy. The entire country was swept up by the media's maelstrom of political skullduggery - it was intended to deceive the American people, and more importantly, distract them from the truth.

News ‘Rejoicing for the Persecution’: Two Government Crackdowns Helped Spread the Gospel
‘Rejoicing for the Persecution’: Two Government Crackdowns Helped Spread the Gospel
June 30, 2022

Western Christians facing legal penalties for sharing the Bible say their persecution has opened up new opportunities to share the gospel with wider audiences than ever. Police crackdowns have resulted in their broadcasting scriptural messages on TV, converting atheists, and saving emergency response personnel. The results led one Christian to exclaim he has been "rejoicing for the persecution."

News NBA Player: ‘I Lost My Whole Career’ Standing Up to China
NBA Player: ‘I Lost My Whole Career’ Standing Up to China
June 30, 2022

Playing for the NBA gave him a platform - using it cost him his career. That's the latest chapter in the unlikely story of Enes Kanter Freedom, the outspoken basketball center who's spent the bulk of his 11 years in the league fighting for human rights.

News Three Persecution Survivors Exhibit Heroic Faith
Three Persecution Survivors Exhibit Heroic Faith
June 30, 2022

On the second day of the International Religious Freedom (IRF) Summit in downtown Washington, D.C., Family Research Council hosted a breakout session called, "Heroic Faith: Hope Amid Global Persecution." The panel was moderated by Arielle Del Turco, FRC's Assistant Director of the Center for Human Dignity. In her words, "Hearing the stories of the persecuted is vital to understanding what is happening to Christians living in dangerous places. Knowing about their experience enables us to know how to pray for and assist the persecuted."

Commentary Poll: Abortion Issue Won’t Save Dems from Midterm Rout
Poll: Abortion Issue Won’t Save Dems from Midterm Rout
June 29, 2022

The president's party historically struggles in midterm elections, and the president's habit of stumbling from crisis to crisis doesn't help their cause. Between foreign foibles and domestic disasters, Democrats have few positive developments they can point to, despite controlling the House, the Senate, and the White House. They were ready to latch on to anything that might re-float their party's boat - when the Supreme Court's decided to send abortion policy back to the states.

Commentary Real-Life Horror Stories Ignored by Dems in Chemical Abortion Push
Real-Life Horror Stories Ignored by Dems in Chemical Abortion Push
June 29, 2022

"[The blood] - it looked like I was sitting in the middle of a crime scene. I suppose it was a crime scene. I mean, I had just murdered my child ... But this couldn't be normal. Planned Parenthood didn't ever tell me this could happen.... I decided that I would call them in the morning... if I didn't die before then." -Abby, 23 Abby lived. In fact, she went on to become one of the most effective pro-life activists in the movement: Abby Johnson. Like a lot of women, she thought taking the abortion pill would be the easy way out. She was wrong.

News ‘Your Brothers Are Going Through Hell’: Nigerian to U.S. Christians
‘Your Brothers Are Going Through Hell’: Nigerian to U.S. Christians
June 29, 2022

While the legacy news media obsesses over allegations that former President Donald Trump once flung a plate that caused ketchup to run down a wall, the suffering and persecution of the world's Christian population remains all-but-invisible. Believers in the world's deadliest nation for Christians want Americans to know their spiritual brothers and sisters "are going through Hell. You need to pray for them."

News Religious Freedom Group Names 2022 Persecutor of the Year
Religious Freedom Group Names 2022 Persecutor of the Year
June 29, 2022

From Nigerian villages devastated by Fulani militia to Afghans fleeing the Taliban, religious oppression is a global crisis. International Christian Concern, a nonpartisan human rights organization, unveiled their 2022 Persecutor of the Year Awards report, shedding light on the atrocities men and women of faith face around the world.

News Could Dobbs Be Used to Protect Children from Gender Transitions?
Could Dobbs Be Used to Protect Children from Gender Transitions?
June 29, 2022

When Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) asked the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals to reinstate the Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act this week, he used some interesting legal rationale: Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. What does the end of federal abortion on demand have to do with dangerous gender ideology? A lot, Marshall insists.

Commentary How to Have a Difficult Abortion Conversation
How to Have a Difficult Abortion Conversation
June 28, 2022

As the reverberations of the Supreme Court's historic overturn of Roe v. Wade last week continue to settle on our culture, one thing is clear: we pro-lifers may very well find ourselves having difficult conversations with our friends and family members who disagree with us about abortion in the coming months. So how can we avoid these conversations becoming heated shouting matches? And what are some of the most persuasive pro-life arguments that we can bring up? Here are a few tips.

Commentary Military Recruitment is Plunging. A Perfect Storm of Liberal Policies Are to Blame.
Military Recruitment is Plunging. A Perfect Storm of Liberal Policies Are to Blame.
June 28, 2022

"Imagine staying in business after losing 25% of your company." That's the U.S. Army's latest dilemma, Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) warns. Despite a military-wide recruitment emergency, America's biggest branch is on the verge of losing 13% of its National Guard, 10% of the Reserve, and 24,250 active-duty soldiers out of the service over the president's ludicrous vaccine mandate.

Commentary Scouts Use Kids for Pride Propaganda in Seattle
Scouts Use Kids for Pride Propaganda in Seattle
June 28, 2022

Monday, in Seattle, the Boy Scouts marched in the local Pride Parade. Rainbow flags were held aloft by a line of boys marching behind another row with American flags. The LGBT flags were displayed on poles several feet higher than the flags of our country. On a personal level, this pains me.

Commentary What Would Jesus Do with Pride Parades?
What Would Jesus Do with Pride Parades?
June 28, 2022

Although the phrase and the wristbands are less commonly used today, the question "What Would Jesus Do?" has been tossed around a lot by liberal Christians, who would like to believe that Jesus wouldn't have condemned homosexuality if he were alive. The Bible, however, paints a much different picture.

News ‘They Worship Abortion’: U.S. Senator on Dems’ Extremism
‘They Worship Abortion’: U.S. Senator on Dems’ Extremism
June 28, 2022

Democrats' extreme rhetoric and increasingly desperate attempts to leverage the federal government's power to expand abortion reflect how Democrats "worship abortion," a Republican U.S. senator said on Tuesday afternoon. "I'm just struck with how we believe that life is sacred. We are building a culture of life. Everything I hear from the Left is elevating abortion, as if abortion is sacred," Senator Steve Daines (R-Mont.) shook his head. "It's their religion, sadly."

News New Report Urges Religious Freedom for Everyone, Everywhere
New Report Urges Religious Freedom for Everyone, Everywhere
June 28, 2022

In a country where the right to worship freely has historically been a tenet of society upheld by the Constitution, we continue to see a fight for religious freedom - Monday's victory for Coach Joe Kennedy is a prime example. Yet, while many Americans are fixated on the major headlines in mainstream media from this past week, the international battle for religious freedom wages on as persecution thrives in many countries today.

News 10 Ways the Left Wants to Expand Abortion Post-Roe
10 Ways the Left Wants to Expand Abortion Post-Roe
June 28, 2022

Pro-abortion activists are determined that the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision will not signal the end of abortion in America. Abortion proponents at almost all levels of government responded almost instantly to the decision - or even anticipated it - with strategies to promote abortion through means that don't rely on federal courts. Here are 10 ways the Left is seeking to expand abortion.

Commentary 60 Companies Announce Abortion Perks. Hundreds More Stay Silent.
60 Companies Announce Abortion Perks. Hundreds More Stay Silent.
June 27, 2022

In the 72 hours since the Supreme Court's bombshell ruling, the Democrats' hysteria has sucked up most of the oxygen in the room - and that's just fine with corporate America. While some CEOs have taken their battle stations on the sinking ship of Roe v. Wade, the bigger story might be how many haven't. It's been an unusually quiet weekend for several of the country's major brands, who've had almost two full months to consider their response. Is it cold feet from Disney's cautionary tale - or could abortion be the new neutral ground?

Commentary Ending the Roe Regime: Affirming, Not Eliminating, a Right
Ending the Roe Regime: Affirming, Not Eliminating, a Right
June 27, 2022

There is much talk now about how the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade is actually a matter of denying or removing a constitutional right. Even the President has gotten into the act. According to Joe Biden, in reversing Roe, "the Supreme Court of the United States expressly took away a constitutional right from the American people that it had already recognized." These claims merit a close look.

News This Is the Most Constitutional Court in 87 Years: Expert
This Is the Most Constitutional Court in 87 Years: Expert
June 27, 2022

The current session of the U.S. Supreme Court has shown greater fidelity to the Constitution than any collection of justices in nearly nine decades, according to a legal scholar. "You'd have to go back to 1935," Ken Klukowski, former legal advisor to the Trump administration, told "Washington Watch with Tony Perkins" on Monday.

News La. Judge Blocks Post-Roe Abortion Ban
La. Judge Blocks Post-Roe Abortion Ban
June 27, 2022

The judicial dominos are starting to fall since Friday's Dobbs ruling at the Supreme Court. On Monday, a New Orleans judge on Monday temporarily blocked three Louisiana laws that would restrain or ban abortion, after the Supreme Court on Friday sent the power to set abortion policy back to the states.

News Coach Kennedy Victory: SCOTUS Squeezes Juice out of Lemon
Coach Kennedy Victory: SCOTUS Squeezes Juice out of Lemon
June 27, 2022

The court's decision in favor of Coach Kennedy could help other Americans as God-fearing as he. Currently, confusion about what the Establishment Clause requires is widespread. Like Bremerton, many local school districts often discourage or inhibit religious expression out of a desire to avoid "excessive government entanglement." But with the Kennedy decision, the Supreme Court has made clear that is not what the Constitution requires at all.

News Carson: ‘It’s Not Enough to Say We Won, We Got Roe Reversed’
Carson: ‘It’s Not Enough to Say We Won, We Got Roe Reversed’
June 27, 2022

To the children who grew up in the shadow of Roe v. Wade, Friday's Supreme Court ruling ushered in a world they'd never experienced. For the first time, entire generations woke up Saturday morning in a country not controlled by abortion on demand. But as much as the Left has leaned into this misunderstanding over the years, the end of Roe was never going to be the end of this fight. If anything, conservatives warn, it's the starting gun.

Commentary The Church and the Sexual Revolution
The Church and the Sexual Revolution
June 26, 2022

There are many examples of how some evangelicals are turning from scriptural norms regarding human sexuality. This is disturbing, as the biblical teaching is clear and definitive. Instead, some believers seem to see Scripture not as God's self-revelation but as a moral buffet from which each of us can select or reject specific teachings based on personal preference.

Commentary The Bookends of Life: A Reflection on Human Dignity
The Bookends of Life: A Reflection on Human Dignity
June 26, 2022

When society tells young men and women that their careers, personal ambitions, and Starbucks coffee budget are more valuable then starting a family or taking care of your own elderly family members, the inherent value of human dignity suffers. And this devaluing of human life starts at the earliest point possible - in the womb.

Commentary  Biden v. America
Biden v. America
June 26, 2022

President Biden's approval numbers have been declining since the day he took office. To be sure, there are challenges, like the Russian invasion of Ukraine, that are beyond his control. But dealing with the unexpected is one of the things that is expected of a president. Still, the president's biggest challenges are not the things beyond his control but the disconnect between his priorities and the priorities of the American people.

Commentary The 5 Most Outrageous Reactions to the SCOTUS Pro-Life Decision
The 5 Most Outrageous Reactions to the SCOTUS Pro-Life Decision
June 25, 2022

The Supreme Court dealt a major blow to abortion extremism on Friday, striking down the arbitrary restriction the Left has used to prevent voters from enacting laws to protect the most vulnerable. Relying on judicial brute force for five decades may have degraded some abortion supporters' reasoning abilities, judging from their reactions. Here are a few of the most egregious comments made about the pro-life Dobbs ruling.

Commentary Life Wins at the Supreme Court: Ways the Church Can Respond
Life Wins at the Supreme Court: Ways the Church Can Respond
June 25, 2022

"We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled." With these words, nearly half a century's worth of prayer, lobbying, campaigning, and legislating has come to fruition. In a 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. Moving forward, the American people, through their elected representatives, will have the power to defend unborn children. \r

News ‘This Fall, Roe is on the Ballot’: Biden Vows to Back Abortion Despite Ruling
‘This Fall, Roe is on the Ballot’: Biden Vows to Back Abortion Despite Ruling
June 25, 2022

As pro-life advocates rejoice, abortion activists vent, seethe, and devise ways for their political allies to circumvent the Supreme Court decision allowing states to protect the unborn at younger stages of their lives. "It's a sad day for the court and for the country," said President Joe Biden, who called the ruling "a realization of an extreme ideology and a tragic error by the Supreme Court."

Commentary FACT CHECK: 5 False Biden Claims about the Dobbs Ruling
FACT CHECK: 5 False Biden Claims about the Dobbs Ruling
June 24, 2022

President Joe Biden spoke Friday in response to the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health, in which the court overruled Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. The speech was heavy on outrage, but light on truthfulness. Here are a few of Biden's worst whoppers.

Commentary ‘Dissolve the Supreme Court’: 6 Worst Takes on Second Amendment Ruling
‘Dissolve the Supreme Court’: 6 Worst Takes on Second Amendment Ruling
June 24, 2022

Finally: a Supreme Court that stands up for the Constitution in the face of government tyranny. The morning before it overturned Roe v. Wade in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, the Supreme Court issued another opinion strongly supporting the Second Amendment in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen. Quite of few public figures on the Left fired off at the mouth with emotional reflexes - unsurprisingly, they were wide of the mark.

Commentary 10 Things You Can Do to Defend the Unborn Now that Roe is Gone
10 Things You Can Do to Defend the Unborn Now that Roe is Gone
June 24, 2022

The fight to protect unborn children and their mothers is far from over. With this ruling, the abortion industry that has been built through the exploitation of women and the killing of their children has been dealt a devastating blow. Still, our work is far from finished. In some states, the evil of abortion that ends the life of an unrepeatable child, breaks the heart of a mother and father, and shatters the conscience of a nation continues (learn which states don't currently have protections for the unborn here). Therefore, we must double our efforts to support mothers and fathers in need.

Commentary The Catastrophe of 12 Million Fatherless American Boys
The Catastrophe of 12 Million Fatherless American Boys
June 24, 2022

While there are admittedly a multitude of factors that have led to the fatherhood crisis we find ourselves in here in America, one thing is certain: nothing will change unless we are willing to help cultivate genuine, godly masculinity and fatherhood in our own families and communities.

News Pro-Life Leaders Celebrate the Dawn of a Post-Roe World
Pro-Life Leaders Celebrate the Dawn of a Post-Roe World
June 24, 2022

The nation is now digesting the 79-page Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization ruling that overthrows Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that legalized abortion nationwide. Critics are panicking as if this means abortion is now illegal. But this decision does not make abortion illegal. What it strives to do is return to Americans what the pro-abortion Roe and Casey decisions stole from them: the right to decide the fate of abortion state by state.

News ‘God Made the Decision’: Pro-life Advocates React to Dobbs Ruling
‘God Made the Decision’: Pro-life Advocates React to Dobbs Ruling
June 24, 2022

After two generations of prayer, activism, and tireless organizing, pro-life advocates rejoiced Friday morning as the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. "While we are grateful that the tyranny of Roe has ended, we are mindful of the solemnity of this moment," Family Research Council President Tony Perkins said. "What the Court has done is an act of repentance, out of which we bring forth the fruit of repentance, rebuilding a culture of life in America."

News Churches Face Unprecedented Threats After Roe Overturn
Churches Face Unprecedented Threats After Roe Overturn
June 24, 2022

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently issued a memo to the Catholic Church in the Stockton area that their churches would be under threat on Friday night due to pro-abortion extremist groups calling for a "Night of Rage" against churches.

News Abortion Laws in a Post-Roe World
Abortion Laws in a Post-Roe World
June 24, 2022

"We are entering a new era," said Connor Semelsberger, the director of Federal Affairs, Life and Human Dignity at Family Research Council, following the Supreme Court's decision to completely overturn Roe v. Wade. What does that era look like for all 50 states? The Washington Stand takes a deeper look.

News Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade
Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade
June 24, 2022

In the most historic and momentous ruling in a generation, the U.S. Supreme Court has resoundingly overturned Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision that struck down virtually all state laws regulating abortion and that divided the American people unlike any other issue for 49 years.

Commentary Real Men Still Exist, but Society Restrains Them
Real Men Still Exist, but Society Restrains Them
June 23, 2022

It was the last conversation they would ever have. On May 24, sometime between 11:44 a.m. and 12:50 p.m., 44-year-old Eva Mireles called her husband, Ruben Ruiz, and told him "she had been shot and was dying," in the words of Texas Department of Public Safety Director Colonel Steven McCraw, who testified at a Texas Senate hearing on June 21. No one knows what else passed in that last, private moment between husband and wife, but they do know one thing: Ruben Ruiz tried to save her - and was stopped.

News The Answer to U.S. Crime Wave Is Another Great Awakening, Legal Scholar Says
The Answer to U.S. Crime Wave Is Another Great Awakening, Legal Scholar Says
June 23, 2022

For the third year in a row, violent crime - including homicide, robbery, and rape - has risen in America's major urban areas. Five cities stand at risk of breaking last year's murder rate, while six cities will outdo 2021 for the highest number of serious offenses. But Christians must go deeper than the patina of statistics and crime reports to get to the darkened heart of lawlessness.

News Republicans Race to Stop Gender Experimentation on Minors
Republicans Race to Stop Gender Experimentation on Minors
June 23, 2022

Five years ago, Chloe decided she was transgender. Last year, at the ripe old age of 16, she abandoned the flirtation with transgender ideology and embraced her natural sex. In the intervening four years, she had both her breasts removed. "I was failed by the system," she now says. "I literally lost organs." If a new bill becomes law, teens like Chloe will finally be able to hold their doctors accountable.

News GOP Vows to Protect Women’s Sports on Title IX’s 50th Anniversary
GOP Vows to Protect Women’s Sports on Title IX’s 50th Anniversary
June 23, 2022

On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) held a press conference along with fellow Senators Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), Cynthia Lummis (R-Wy.), and Senator Roger Marshall (R-Kans.) to highlight the law's impact on women's sports and comment on the Biden administration's plan to revise it.

News Biden Proposes Rule to Gut Title IX on 50th Anniversary
Biden Proposes Rule to Gut Title IX on 50th Anniversary
June 23, 2022

The Department of Education on Thursday issued a 701-page proposed rule announcing changes to the interpretation of Title IX, which covers education. The proposed rule was announced exactly 50 years after Title IX was first passed into law, on June 23, 1972.

News High Court Upholds Second Amendment
High Court Upholds Second Amendment
June 23, 2022

Liberal states cannot require Americans to show "some special need" to exercise their constitutional right to carry guns in public for their own protection, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday morning. Instead, the court ruled, the Constitution recognizes each citizen's right to self-defense in public places.

News After 50 Years of Title IX, Women are Still Competing for Their Rights
After 50 Years of Title IX, Women are Still Competing for Their Rights
June 23, 2022

Today is the 50th anniversary of Title IX - signed into American law by President Nixon in 1972 to protect women from sex-based discrimination in sports, it was a mighty stride of progress for women's rights and equality. Today, over 215,000 women play collegiate sports and benefit from the protections that Title IX paved the way for. Though there are many victories and achievements to remember on this semi-centennial birthday of Title IX's enactment, a heated debate ensues over the protections now,

Commentary McCARTHY: We Must Protect Women’s Sports
McCARTHY: We Must Protect Women’s Sports
June 22, 2022

The camaraderie, grit, commitment, and innate desire to win necessary to succeed in sports have defined the American way of life from our founding. From a young age, athletes across every sport learn the value of determination and teamwork. We must continue to ensure women have full exclusive access to the sports teams that are essential in fostering these critical traits.

Commentary Putin’s Role Model and Brutality in Ukraine
Putin’s Role Model and Brutality in Ukraine
June 22, 2022

To break Ukraine's resistance, Russia has blockaded the Black Sea, access to which is critical for Ukrainian shipping. Long known as the "breadbasket of Europe," Ukraine grows crops "for export across the European Union, as well as China, Turkey, India, Egypt and Africa." If the blockade continues, many of those millions of people will not be fed.

Commentary Soccer’s Rapinoe Kicks Trans Agenda into Overdrive
Soccer’s Rapinoe Kicks Trans Agenda into Overdrive
June 22, 2022

For a woman who says she doesn't "like conflict," U.S. soccer's Megan Rapinoe has sure started her share of it. The pink-haired co-captain of America's 2019 World Cup team has made a name for herself - not because of her players' success - but because of her expletive-laden political rants. Now, the fiercely leftist activist, who owes her lucrative career to women's sports, is on a public crusade to destroy them.

Commentary DC Pregnancy Center Perseveres amid Vandalism, Threats
DC Pregnancy Center Perseveres amid Vandalism, Threats
June 22, 2022

So many pregnancy centers have been attacked that they are in danger of turning from a tragedy into a statistic. Another pregnancy center had its windows smashed on Sunday night, this one in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. That brings the total to 62 acts of violence, property destruction, and disruption of religious services in 52 days. How are the victims faring? The Washington Stand's Joshua Arnold reports.

Commentary Harris: ‘Nothing’ about Abortion ‘Will Require Anyone to Abandon Their Faith’
Harris: ‘Nothing’ about Abortion ‘Will Require Anyone to Abandon Their Faith’
June 22, 2022

Last week on the tarmac, Kamala Harris argued that a person's religion isn't a good reason to oppose abortion. "I've convened faith leaders. And, for those of us of faith, I think that we agree, many of us, that there's nothing about this issue [abortion] that will require anyone to abandon their faith or change their faith." Where to begin with that?

News ‘Disgusting Domestic Terrorism’: Abortion Activists Target Pro-Life Congressman
‘Disgusting Domestic Terrorism’: Abortion Activists Target Pro-Life Congressman
June 22, 2022

In a seemingly unprecedented escalation of the ongoing violence against churches and pregnancy centers, abortion activists have attacked the offices of a pro-life U.S. congressman. The overnight attack marks the first time someone has caused property damage to the office of a member of Congress since the leak of the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision on May 2.

News Current Justices Make Up the Most Pro-Religious Freedom Court
Current Justices Make Up the Most Pro-Religious Freedom Court
June 22, 2022

Tuesday, in the case of Carson v. Makin, the Supreme Court struck down a Maine law that blocked taxpayer-funding of religious school tuition. Chief Justice John Roberts's court has ruled in favor of religious groups in more than eight out of every 10 cases it has heard.

News Pregnancy Center Attacks: Still No Arrests from FBI
Pregnancy Center Attacks: Still No Arrests from FBI
June 22, 2022

Six days after the FBI announced a formal investigation into a series of attacks against churches and pro-life organizations, the agency seems to be following through, though no arrests appear to have been made.

Commentary Disney’s ‘Lightyear’ Eclipsed by Groomer Controversy
Disney’s ‘Lightyear’ Eclipsed by Groomer Controversy
June 21, 2022

Three months removed from the drama in Tallahassee, the country's outrage at Disney is still real. Now, with a stock portfolio that looks more like an Olympic alpine course, shareholders are panicking - and so should management. The film that was supposed to be the entertainment giant's great white hope is a disaster in the making.

Commentary China Launches Warship, U.S. Navy Launches Pronoun Video
China Launches Warship, U.S. Navy Launches Pronoun Video
June 21, 2022

Do you have four minutes of your life to throw away? Do you have spare brain cells you want to kill off? Then watch this video, produced by the U.S. Navy - which means, produced by American taxpayers - on "proper" - that is, politically correct - gender pronouns.

Commentary Oil Companies Call Biden’s Bluff
Oil Companies Call Biden’s Bluff
June 21, 2022

With the national average gas price hovering around the unprecedented price of $5 a gallon, President Biden has been desperately searching for ways to lower gas prices for months, including selling 90 million barrels from the Strategic Oil Reserve, waiving prohibitions on gasoline blends with higher ethanol content, and pleading with foreign authoritarian regimes to pump more oil. Why isn't it working?

News Over 200 Civilians Massacred in Ethiopia
Over 200 Civilians Massacred in Ethiopia
June 21, 2022

On Sunday, June 19, the Ethiopian rebel group, the Omoro Liberation Army (OLA), murdered more than 200 people. Reports from the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) suggest that the attack on the town of Gimbi was connected to the ongoing conflict between government forces and the OLA.

News Another Decision Day, No Dobbs: Report from the Court
Another Decision Day, No Dobbs: Report from the Court
June 21, 2022

With the end of June rapidly approaching, crowds gather outside the Supreme Court every decision day in anticipation of the release of its decision in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. And, to no one's surprise, the chaos continues to mount as people passionately express their stance on life and abortion on Capitol Hill.

News ‘Discrimination Ends Today’: SCOTUS Strikes down Law Excluding Religious Schools
‘Discrimination Ends Today’: SCOTUS Strikes down Law Excluding Religious Schools
June 21, 2022

Religious equality and school choice scored a victory at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, as justices ruled that excluding faith-based schools from a state's private school voucher program "violates the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment." The court's conservative-leaning bloc ruled 6-3 that state officials cannot restrict parents' use of state funds to secular schools.

News Here’s What You Haven’t Heard About Texas GOP’s Platform
Here’s What You Haven’t Heard About Texas GOP’s Platform
June 21, 2022

The Republican Party of Texas has come under pitched media attack for adopting its latest platform, which affirms natural marriage, the right to life, and America's status as "one nation under God" while rejecting Drag Queen Story Hour and punishing people who do not use someone's preferred pronouns.

Commentary Swimming Federation Tells Men to Stay in Their Lanes
Swimming Federation Tells Men to Stay in Their Lanes
June 20, 2022

Three weeks into Pride Month's suffocating deluge, the LGBT agenda is getting a rare reality check. In a gutsy move Sunday, the governing body of international swimming, FINA, decided to interrupt the global parade with a stunning rebuke of every rainbow the sports world is flying. Starting this week, biological men will be banned from competing against women at federation events, the group announced. "We have to protect the rights of our athletes to compete," FINA agreed, "but we also have to protect competitive fairness at our events..."

Commentary DOJ’s Muted Response to Pro-Abortion Intimidation, Violence Proves Costly
DOJ’s Muted Response to Pro-Abortion Intimidation, Violence Proves Costly
June 20, 2022

For nearly two months, Jane's Revenge has sought to incite violence and instill terror in those it hates. When will the FBI shut down Jane's Revenge? When will the residences of Supreme Court justices be protected from intrusion and intimidation? When will all Americans enjoy equality under the law?

Commentary FOXX: Leftist Idealogues Are Bullying Students. Parents Must Stop Them.
FOXX: Leftist Idealogues Are Bullying Students. Parents Must Stop Them.
June 20, 2022

There is a new bully on the playground: the education establishment. Bolstered by teachers unions and the Democrats' political machine, certain school boards and administrators are pushing a progressive and dangerous social agenda down the unwilling throats of America. The Left's push into K-12 schools includes everything from drag queen story hour to unisex locker rooms. But these aren't even the most troubling trends. \r

News Is Google’s New Chatbot ‘Sentient’? Not So Fast, Says Oxford Mathematician
Is Google’s New Chatbot ‘Sentient’? Not So Fast, Says Oxford Mathematician
June 20, 2022

Google engineer Blake Lemoine recently made headlines following a Washington Post profile where he claimed that a Google chatbot currently under development called "LaMDA" (Language Model for Dialogue Applications) had become so advanced that it became "sentient" (or had developed a consciousness). But an artificial intelligence (AI) expert and Oxford professor of mathematics is unconvinced.

News Nationwide Belief in God at an All-time Low
Nationwide Belief in God at an All-time Low
June 20, 2022

A survey by Gallup recently revealed that 81% of American adults believe in God, the lowest percentage since 1944. Between the early 1940s - when Gallup first started conducting the survey - and 2011 more than 90% of adults believed in God.

Commentary The Purpose of China’s Invasion in Taiwan Is to Cut the World’s Economic Bloodline
The Purpose of China’s Invasion in Taiwan Is to Cut the World’s Economic Bloodline
June 19, 2022

From China's purposeful hiding of COVID-19 and causing its spread all over the world, to their ally Russia's invasion of Ukraine, many people wonder if World War III is upon us. The pandemic, war, famine, and death are right in front of us. This alarming message draws the attention of global democratic countries to Taiwan. An article featured on the cover page of The Economist highlights this issue: "The most dangerous place on Earth."

Commentary Trauma in Paradise - The Dark Side of Hollywood’s Sex Appeal
Trauma in Paradise - The Dark Side of Hollywood’s Sex Appeal
June 19, 2022

It isn't often that Hollywood's own betrays the values and worldview of Tinseltown - but now, even their brightest stars are admitting that all that glitters isn't gold. Recently actresses like Zendaya and Sophie Turner have opened up about the trauma and emotional toll it took for them to portray characters on some of the darkest and most sexually explicit shows on television. \r

Commentary FACT CHECK: 13 Claims President Biden Made at the White House Pride Event
FACT CHECK: 13 Claims President Biden Made at the White House Pride Event
June 18, 2022

President Biden spoke Wednesday in the East Room of the White House at an event to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month. "The message is simple," he said. "Pride is back at the White House." Pride may be back, but what about reality? Here are thirteen claims from President Biden's speech. What's true? What's false?

Commentary No Fries with That: Inflation Takes a Bite out of Families
No Fries with That: Inflation Takes a Bite out of Families
June 18, 2022

Across the country, inflation is spreading like a financial cancer. The Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman called inflation "the cruelest tax" because it is invisible, eroding the value of hard-earned dollars in the unseen corners of the economy. It hits everyone, from the low-income worker trying to put food on the table to the companies that pass along their own rising costs to ordinary Americans.

Commentary We Expect Too Much of Government
We Expect Too Much of Government
June 17, 2022

Americans are not thrilled with government. Gallup's "Mood of the Country" survey published earlier this year found that only 30% of Americans are happy with their government. That's a 13-point decline in just two years. Yes, it's been a particularly rough couple years but dissatisfaction with government and politicians is not a new phenomenon.

News After 52 Attacks on Pro-Lifers in 46 Days, FBI Opens Investigation
After 52 Attacks on Pro-Lifers in 46 Days, FBI Opens Investigation
June 17, 2022

After weeks of silence from top law enforcement officials in the Biden administration following an explosion of attacks against churches, pro-life organizations, and individuals over the last 46 days, the FBI announced Friday that it is now "investigating" the incidents, although it was unclear whether the investigation would include church attacks.

News Billionaire Donates $10M for Teachers ‘to Infuse Social Justice into Mathematics’
Billionaire Donates $10M for Teachers ‘to Infuse Social Justice into Mathematics’
June 17, 2022

A left-wing billionaire has donated $10 million to an organization that counsels public school teachers to exploit their influence over young minds to drive "social change" - even instructing math teachers to "infuse social justice into mathematics." Could U.S. taxpayers also be financing the effort? The Washington Stand's Ben Johnson investigates.

Commentary Do We Finally Have a Pro-Family Plan to Rally Around?
Do We Finally Have a Pro-Family Plan to Rally Around?
June 16, 2022

With gas prices topping $5.00 and grocery store prices through the roof, the Family Security Act 2.0 announced today by Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah), along with Senators Steve Daines (R-Mont.) and Richard Burr (R-N.C.), comes as welcome news to families across the country.

Commentary ‘A Drag Queen for Every School’: The New Democratic Platform
‘A Drag Queen for Every School’: The New Democratic Platform
June 16, 2022

Half of the country now thinks America's moral values are "poor," Gallup says. And the question on most people's minds must be: What's wrong with the other 50%? "Poor" suggests that the nation's moral values register at all - an assumption this Pride Month is quickly proving wrong.

Commentary Hispanics Sour on Biden, Democrats
Hispanics Sour on Biden, Democrats
June 16, 2022

"Hispanics don't want to pay $5 for gas. Hispanics don't want violent criminals running the streets. Hispanics don't want schools trying to convince their son that he's their daughter," Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) argued on Wednesday. And the political earthquake shaking Texas this week is proving him right.

Commentary GAO Report: Unemployment Fraud Spiked During Pandemic
GAO Report: Unemployment Fraud Spiked During Pandemic
June 16, 2022

"I don't want to hear any more of these lies about reckless spending," President Biden complained Tuesday. "We're changing people's lives." But a June 2022 report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reveals that tens of billions of dollars had, indeed, been spent recklessly during the COVID pandemic.

News No Arrests Made in Attacks against Pro-Life Churches, PRCs across 12 Blue States
No Arrests Made in Attacks against Pro-Life Churches, PRCs across 12 Blue States
June 16, 2022

During the current eruption of attacks against churches and other pro-life organizations that have happened in the last seven weeks, a clear majority have taken place in states controlled by Democrat administrations. The Washington Stand has found no records of arrests made related to any of these incidents.

News Affirm Child’s Biological Sex, Don’t Attempt to Convert It, Says Pediatric Expert
Affirm Child’s Biological Sex, Don’t Attempt to Convert It, Says Pediatric Expert
June 16, 2022

President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday afternoon directing executive agencies to counter state laws protecting children from gender transition procedures, and "advance" such procedures instead - under the name of "equality." The executive order assigns responsibilities in advancing the "LGBTQI+" agenda across a wide swath of the federal bureaucracy, including the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Department of Education, the Federal Trade Commission, the Treasury Department, the State Department, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Office of Management and Budget.

News Conservative Coalition Sends Firm Message to  Department of Justice
Conservative Coalition Sends Firm Message to Department of Justice
June 16, 2022

Nine conservative leaders, led by Brian Burch, President of CatholicVote, recently issued a letter to the Department of Justice (DOJ) expressing their concern over the nationwide increased attacks against churches, pro-life organizations, and pregnancy resource centers.

Commentary Government Disinformation about the Disinformation Governance Board
Government Disinformation about the Disinformation Governance Board
June 15, 2022

The widely-panned Disinformation Governance Board, also known as the Ministry of Truth, floated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is different than advertised. Of that much, conservatives were sure from the first proposal. But whistleblower documents released earlier this month by Senators Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) have now confirmed those suspicions.

Commentary Students Lose Their Lunch over Biden’s LGBT Extremism
Students Lose Their Lunch over Biden’s LGBT Extremism
June 15, 2022

What kind of person would let needy kids go hungry over a spat about gender identity? Apparently, President Joe Biden. In one of his most ruthless power plays yet, Biden has decided to take away kids' lunches until every school opens its bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports teams to transgenderism.

Commentary Brat: The Fed, Biden Bear Responsibility for Inflation
Brat: The Fed, Biden Bear Responsibility for Inflation
June 15, 2022

President Joe Biden wants you, the American voter, to know that he is sick and tired of taking the blame for inflation. "I don't want to hear any more of these lies about reckless spending. We're changing people's lives," the president said Tuesday. But while President Biden was boasting of "the greatest job recovery in American history," he made "no mention of the largest increase in the cost of living and inflation in 40 years," criticized Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, host of "Washington Watch."

News ‘This is a Disgrace’: Hawley Blasts Biden’s Inaction on Abortion Activists’ Crime Wave
‘This is a Disgrace’: Hawley Blasts Biden’s Inaction on Abortion Activists’ Crime Wave
June 15, 2022

U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) has demanded the Biden administration explain why it has yet to enforce laws on the books that protect pro-life organizations and Supreme Court justices from a torrent of abortion activist-driven violence. Hawley called Attorney General Merrick Garland to account in a letter sent to the Biden administration's Justice Department on Tuesday.

News Bloody Islamic Extremist Attacks Sweep through Burkina Faso
Bloody Islamic Extremist Attacks Sweep through Burkina Faso
June 15, 2022

As darkness descended upon Seytenga village in northern Burkina Faso last weekend, gunmen stormed into the community killing at least 55 civilians. This is the latest violent massacre in the west African country, which has seen increased violence from Islamic extremists.

News Stars Not Quite Aligned on Pennsylvania Avenue
Stars Not Quite Aligned on Pennsylvania Avenue
June 15, 2022

It's America's main street. Pennsylvania Avenue in northwest Washington, D.C. can take you from White House all the way to the Capitol Building, passing the U.S. Constitution along the way. And traditionally, every summer as Independence Day approaches, it's not uncommon to see this national avenue lined with American flags. But not this year.

Commentary  A Would-Be Shooter’s Conscience
A Would-Be Shooter’s Conscience
June 14, 2022

A curious detail in the June 8 arrest of the man who intended to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh doesn't fit into the various political narratives surrounding his attempt. Namely, the would-be shooter, Nicholas Roske, called 911 on himself. As mass shooters become all too common, it's rare - if not unheard of - for them to plan an attack and then turn themselves in beforehand. This provokes the question, what changed Roske's mind?

Commentary Stuckey: Fox News ‘Proud’ of ‘Nefarious’ Trans Propaganda
Stuckey: Fox News ‘Proud’ of ‘Nefarious’ Trans Propaganda
June 14, 2022

It's Flag Day, and we all know which one the Biden administration is flying. Of course, this president, who made LGBT activism his number-one priority, didn't wait for June to start his radical revolution. It began the millisecond he stepped foot in the Oval Office with orders to debauch the military, schools, health care, sports, and social services. Now, a year and a half later, as the border collapses, our economy tanks, and a gallon of gas costs more than a meatball sandwich, the president's 24/7 social extremism doesn't seem like such a good idea after all.

Commentary Pinpointing Inflation’s Immorality
Pinpointing Inflation’s Immorality
June 14, 2022

Inflation debases the U.S. dollar, functionally taking money away from those who worked hard to earn it. We know how to stop this injustice, but those who have the power refuse to do so.

News Hawley: Crime ‘Being Directed Increasingly Against People of Faith’
Hawley: Crime ‘Being Directed Increasingly Against People of Faith’
June 14, 2022

"We're in the middle of a major crime wave all across this country. Unfortunately, that crime is being directed increasingly against people of faith and those in the pro-life community," Senator Josh Hawley told Tony Perkins on "Washington Watch." on Tuesday. "And this administration won't do anything about it."

News Transgender Indoctrination on the Rise in Public Schools
Transgender Indoctrination on the Rise in Public Schools
June 14, 2022

In recent weeks, headlines have been full of local controversies over transgender indoctrination creeping into schools without parents' knowledge. Three mothers in Pennsylvania are suing their children's first-grade teacher for introducing classroom lessons on gender identity.

Commentary LGBT Lobby’s Latest Shakedown Is a No-Win for Companies
LGBT Lobby’s Latest Shakedown Is a No-Win for Companies
June 13, 2022

Making money is tough for businesses these days. Making friends is even harder. For most CEOs, Pride Month was already a lose-lose situation - celebrate too much and risk consumer backlash. Ignore it and face the fringe. But if companies thought walking that tightrope was tough, it's nothing compared to the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) latest shakedown. Just how much power does the LGBT movement wield? The world is about to find out.

Commentary Fox’s Trans PR Stunt Ignores the Agony of Detransitioners
Fox’s Trans PR Stunt Ignores the Agony of Detransitioners
June 13, 2022

For the last handful of years, no one's been under the impression that Fox News is particularly conservative. But at least they were reasonable, many thought. After Friday's glowing endorsement of transgenderism, the benefits of those doubts are gone.

News Oregon PRC Becomes Latest Victim of Attacks Against Pro-Life Orgs
Oregon PRC Becomes Latest Victim of Attacks Against Pro-Life Orgs
June 13, 2022

Yet another pregnancy resource center was targeted over the weekend in Gresham, Oregon, a suburb of Portland. At approximately 3 a.m. on Friday morning, police and fire responded to a fire in the Gresham center, which is owned and operated by First Image, a Christian organization that runs multiple pregnancy resource centers in Oregon.

Commentary If It’s Bad in America, Why Is It Good in the Ukraine? On Hypocritical Evangelical Leadership
If It’s Bad in America, Why Is It Good in the Ukraine? On Hypocritical Evangelical Leadership
June 11, 2022

The conflict in Ukraine has drawn much attention from a sector of the evangelical community who support a "neither Left nor Right" political approach. The support for the rights of citizens in Ukraine has bewildered some of us. For some of the "neither Left nor Right" crowd, what should be opposed in America should be celebrated overseas. In what follows, we examine a few such ironic stances.

Commentary BROWNBACK, PERKINS: Religious Intolerance Is on the Rise in the West, and We Must Act
BROWNBACK, PERKINS: Religious Intolerance Is on the Rise in the West, and We Must Act
June 11, 2022

Sadly, Western culture is growing increasingly hostile to foundational Christian beliefs about marriage, sexuality, and ethical behavior - including many beliefs that Judaism and Islam often share. Thus, challenges to religious believers' right to live out their faith in the public square are mounting, and secular forces are attempting to marginalize their speech.

Commentary Fox News Promotes Child’s Transition, Spreads False Theology on Gender
Fox News Promotes Child’s Transition, Spreads False Theology on Gender
June 11, 2022

On Friday, Fox News Channel aired a story praising a family who allowed a five-year-old girl to begin transitioning to the opposite sex, claiming that the move was inspired by their "conservative faith," and that God "created" the child transgender. The segment wrapped extreme gender ideology in heretical religious verbiage.

News Michigan Middle School Hides Student’s Gender Transition from Parents
Michigan Middle School Hides Student’s Gender Transition from Parents
June 11, 2022

Teachers at Richards Middle School in Fraser, Michigan have been hiding the transgender status of a biological male student from parents. Earlier this week, Fox News obtained an email from a counselor at the public school warning teachers to not inform the mother of the student that her child was going by a different name and pronoun.

Commentary The Supreme Court Case That Could Be as Important as Dobbs
The Supreme Court Case That Could Be as Important as Dobbs
June 10, 2022

While the nation holds its breath to see if Roe v. Wade will be overturned, another case that will be decided by the Supreme Court any day could have just as much impact on the future of the country. But it has received only a fraction of the attention.

News Churches and Pro-Life Orgs Have Been Attacked 41 Times in the Last 40 Days
Churches and Pro-Life Orgs Have Been Attacked 41 Times in the Last 40 Days
June 10, 2022

The Washington Stand has found that there have been at least 41 separate incidents of violent attacks against churches, pro-life organizations, and pro-life property across the country since the May 2 leak of a draft Supreme Court decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case that indicated the overturning of Roe v. Wade. These attacks include arson, vandalism, property theft, and property destruction.

News SBC Sex Abuse Recommendations Draw Concerns
SBC Sex Abuse Recommendations Draw Concerns
June 10, 2022

While the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) describes itself as "...a collection of like-minded churches working in cooperation with one another to impact the whole world with the Good News of Jesus Christ," the focus on the convention's annual meeting this year will be on an issue not normally associated with the spread of the gospel.

Commentary The Solution to Mass Shootings Doesn’t Come from Washington
The Solution to Mass Shootings Doesn’t Come from Washington
June 9, 2022

Every mass shooting is one too many, and calls to prevent them often descend with the moral force of a hurricane. Family members of the victims "had one message for all of us: Do something. Just do something. For God's sake, do something," said President Biden after the shootings in Buffalo, N.Y. and Uvalde, Texas. "Let us finally do something." But for many people, the outraged slogan "do something" really means "do anything."

Commentary Don’t Erase Women, Don’t Erase Moms, Don’t Erase Children
Don’t Erase Women, Don’t Erase Moms, Don’t Erase Children
June 9, 2022

Wednesday, the New York Times published an article pointing out that the word "women" is conspicuously missing - "vanishing" from the abortion debate. Author Michael Powell referenced a recent ACLU tweet that read, "Abortion bans disproportionately harm: Black, Indigenous & other people of color; the LGBTQ community; immigrants; young people; those working to make ends meet; people with disabilities. Protecting abortion access is an urgent matter of racial and economic justice." This tweet, Powell contended, left out a relevant demographic: women.

Commentary Calls for Violence Pose a Threat to Justices Everywhere
Calls for Violence Pose a Threat to Justices Everywhere
June 9, 2022

Protestors have ramped up their efforts to vocalize their support for legalized abortion in light of the Dobbs draft leak one month ago, some even resorting to violent measures. In fact, it has become nearly commonplace to find protestors outside of each of the five conservative-leaning justices' homes.

Commentary USDA Threatens School Lunch, Food Stamps over Bathroom Policy
USDA Threatens School Lunch, Food Stamps over Bathroom Policy
June 9, 2022

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced plans on Sunday to attach new strings to school lunch money and food stamps. The agency declared its intention to "interpret the prohibition on discrimination based on sex ... to include discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity," in both Title IX education policies and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program (SNAP) benefits, or food stamps.

Commentary The Drag Race for America’s Kids
The Drag Race for America’s Kids
June 9, 2022

For years, the LGBT movement didn't like being hitched to the "T." The transgender cause felt like a distraction - the crazy uncle that made people think twice about normalizing their unnatural lifestyles. Now, after years of riding the coattails of its LGB brothers and sisters, the "T" has not only stepped out of the shadows - it's sucking up all of the oxygen in the room. Just how quickly have things shifted? One look at Pride Month says it all.

Commentary Nigerian Church Massacre Highlights Dire Need for International Intervention
Nigerian Church Massacre Highlights Dire Need for International Intervention
June 9, 2022

For well over a decade, Christian believers in Nigeria have been killed, kidnapped, raped, mutilated, and driven from their homes, churches and villages, which are often torched in the aftermath. But on Pentecost Sunday, June 6, the horrer reached a terrifying new level at St. Francis Catholic Church in Owo, Ondo State. \r\r

News Pelosi After Kavanaugh Assassination Attempt: ‘No One is in Danger’
Pelosi After Kavanaugh Assassination Attempt: ‘No One is in Danger’
June 9, 2022

One day after a thwarted assassination attempt against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) insisted, "No one is in danger over the weekend because of our not having a bill" that would improve police security for justices' family members. "The justices are protected," she claimed on Thursday.

News Large Caravan of Migrants Heading to the U.S. Border
Large Caravan of Migrants Heading to the U.S. Border
June 9, 2022

Thousands of migrants, mostly from Venezuela, are headed to the U.S. border from the southern tip of Mexico. Covering several lanes of a highway, the caravan of approximately 6,000 people, including many children, set off from the border city of Tapachula early Monday morning.

News GOP Senator: Schumer’s Threats Against Kavanaugh ‘Sickening’
GOP Senator: Schumer’s Threats Against Kavanaugh ‘Sickening’
June 9, 2022

An intensifying campaign of violence targeting the Supreme Court and pro-life women's centers make Senator Chuck Schumer's (D-N.Y.) past threats against conservative justices seem "sickening," a U.S. senator said on Wednesday. Instead of coddling rioters promising "days of rage," America needs a rebirth of faith and virtue, he said.

Commentary LANKFORD: Our Families Need Us
LANKFORD: Our Families Need Us
June 8, 2022

What will make a difference for our nation's future? Redeeming the brokenness in families, starting with your own.

Commentary DOJ Treats Left-wing Violence with Kid Gloves, Per Usual
DOJ Treats Left-wing Violence with Kid Gloves, Per Usual
June 8, 2022

A man armed with a gun, a knife, and pepper spray was arrested near Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's Maryland home on Wednesday. He told officers that he wanted to kill the justice, who is one of five members of the court to sign on the leaked draft Dobbs opinion from February, which would overturn Roe v. Wade.

Commentary Military Recruitment Tanks, as Pride Mission Backfires
Military Recruitment Tanks, as Pride Mission Backfires
June 8, 2022

When you can't recruit to save your life, maybe decking out your most macho branch in rainbow bullets isn't the best commercial. The U.S. Marine Corps tried that last Wednesday, raising plenty of eyebrows with its controversial Pride tweet of multi-colored rounds, holstered in a Corps helmet. Turns out, the few were not proud.

News 4 Ways the Democrats’ Gun Control Bills Promote the LGBTQ Agenda
4 Ways the Democrats’ Gun Control Bills Promote the LGBTQ Agenda
June 8, 2022

Although congressional Democrats say they brought two gun control bills to the House floor Wednesday to "protect our kids," they snuck in a provision requiring all federal agents to receive training in controversial sexual orientation and gender identity ideology.

News Biological Men Have Won 30 Women’s Sports Titles Since 2003
Biological Men Have Won 30 Women’s Sports Titles Since 2003
June 8, 2022

The Washington Stand has found that there have been at least 28 separate girls' and women's sports titles that have been won by biological males in the last 19 years, with the trend accelerating exponentially in the past three years.

News Fauci Kickbacks? Pandemic Exposed Big Pharma ‘Capture’ of Federal Agencies
Fauci Kickbacks? Pandemic Exposed Big Pharma ‘Capture’ of Federal Agencies
June 8, 2022

Every year, the National Institutes of Health awards $30 billion in taxpayer-funded grants, but federal scientists - including Dr. Anthony Fauci - have also received tens of thousands of royalty payments, often from the very companies petitioning for those grants. A handful of Republican senators have demanded federal bureaucrats answer concerns about this potential conflict of interest.

Commentary CARSON: America’s First Freedom Must Remain a Cornerstone of Our Nation
CARSON: America’s First Freedom Must Remain a Cornerstone of Our Nation
June 7, 2022

From the image of George Washington kneeling in prayer at Valley Forge, to Abraham Lincoln's invocation of God at the end of the Emancipation Proclamation, to Franklin Delano Roosevelt's D-Day Prayer, Americans throughout history have called on God in times of crisis, thanksgiving, and uncertainty.

Commentary Biden Touts Economy, Voters Aren’t Buying It
Biden Touts Economy, Voters Aren’t Buying It
June 7, 2022

On Friday, President Biden proclaimed, "My plans have produced the strongest, fastest, most widespread economic recovery America has ever experienced, with record jobs, a new record of small businesses, and wages rising." Whose economy is President Biden talking about?

Commentary The Crisis No One in America Is Talking About
The Crisis No One in America Is Talking About
June 7, 2022

You don't have to be a genius to understand that America is a nation in crisis. The issue, however, is that understanding the nature of this crisis might not be quite as obvious as recognizing that we are, in fact, in one. My proposal to you is that we have a single crisis in America that's introduced a number of serious challenges in this nation: a crisis of worldview.

Commentary Mr. President, There’s No Free Lunch - or Free Debt
Mr. President, There’s No Free Lunch - or Free Debt
June 7, 2022

By effectively taking over the student loan process, the Obama-Biden administration concentrated enormous power in the hands of the federal government. Generations of young people and adults wishing to continue their educations now become financial debtors to Washington.

Commentary LANDRY: Victory for the Unrepentant
LANDRY: Victory for the Unrepentant
June 7, 2022

If you would have told me when I took office in 2016 as the state's chief legal officer that our faith and freedom would come under attack the way it has recently, I would have guessed that was too big a bridge even for the radical Left to cross. However, with the way that many elected officials and their bureaucrats used the pandemic to try to strip away liberties given to us by God (not the government), it has been a terrifying reality.

Commentary New Poll: More Americans Side with GOP on Hot-Button LGBT Issues
New Poll: More Americans Side with GOP on Hot-Button LGBT Issues
June 7, 2022

Recent polling commissioned by FRC Action should give fresh hope to those who simply want the freedom to live out their sincerely-held beliefs, their children protected from gender ideology, and corporations to remain neutral in the culture wars.

News Louisiana Gov: Girls’ Sports Protection Law ‘Very Distressing’
Louisiana Gov: Girls’ Sports Protection Law ‘Very Distressing’
June 7, 2022

A Democratic governor has allowed a bill preventing male athletes from competing in female sports to become law without his signature - but not before calling it "mean-spirited" and saying he finds it "very distressing" that the bill could discourage young people from embracing transgenderism.

News Could This Be the End of the Baby Formula Shortage?
Could This Be the End of the Baby Formula Shortage?
June 7, 2022

Over the weekend, officials at Abbott Nutrition, the company at the heart of the national baby formula shortage, announced that the manufacturing site has restarted production. Since February, baby formula shelves in grocery stores across the country have been empty, leaving parents scrambling.

Commentary On Pride Night, Rays of Hope in Tampa Bay
On Pride Night, Rays of Hope in Tampa Bay
June 6, 2022

After 16 years of Pride Nights, the Tampa Bay Rays probably took their players' support for granted. Not anymore. Heading into Saturday's game, when the team was supposed to sport rainbow logos, a group of players decided to wear something else on their sleeves: their convictions.

Commentary State Dept: Offending the World All Pride Month Long
State Dept: Offending the World All Pride Month Long
June 6, 2022

When does a tweet carry real-world consequences? When it has potential to spark an international incident. But that didn't stop official U.S. embassy accounts tweeting about LGBT Pride Month in countries where such behavior is not accepted.

Commentary A D-Day Prayer: Renewing FDR’s Plea in Dark Times
A D-Day Prayer: Renewing FDR’s Plea in Dark Times
June 6, 2022

Thirty-eight years ago today, President Ronald Reagan stood above the rocky crags of Normandy, France and gave a soaring speech about the most significant military operation of the 20th century. To the brave men who survived D-Day, he said, "You were young the day you took these cliffs; some of you were hardly more than boys, with the deepest joys of life before you. Yet, you risked everything here. Why?"

News Pro-Abortion Demonstrators Disrupt Weekend Church Services
Pro-Abortion Demonstrators Disrupt Weekend Church Services
June 6, 2022

The possibility of the overturning of Roe v. Wade has many abortion groups taking drastic measures against pro-life counterparts, especially among communities of faith. From protesting outside of several conservative-leaning Supreme Court justices' homes to vandalizing pregnancy resource centers, the intimidation tactics point to the escalating tension between pro-lifers and pro-abortionists as they await the final verdict on Roe.

News Pizza Hut Delivers Outrage over Transgender Book Promotion
Pizza Hut Delivers Outrage over Transgender Book Promotion
June 6, 2022

Over the weekend, Pizza Hut was trending on Twitter, but the topic wasn't new toppings or a dinner deal - it involved their stance on Pride Month. Social media users slammed the franchise for recommending a book about a young boy dressing in drag in their children's book club program BOOK IT.

News Nigerian Christians: Muslim Extremists ‘Hunting and Killing Us’ Daily
Nigerian Christians: Muslim Extremists ‘Hunting and Killing Us’ Daily
June 5, 2022

On Pentecost Sunday in Abuja, Nigeria, four gunmen stormed a Catholic Church during mass, massacring at least 50 worshippers in one of the most brutal rampages of the year. As word of the attack spread, so too did outrage that the violence in this African nation continues on.

Commentary Grace, Truth, and Politics
Grace, Truth, and Politics
June 4, 2022

To be in politics is to do two things simultaneously: Advocate and oppose. To support one position is, by definition, to be against another. This is axiomatic and unavoidable. This reality is part not only of political life but, for Christians, life generally.

Commentary PERKINS: More Gun Laws Ignore America’s Deepest Need
PERKINS: More Gun Laws Ignore America’s Deepest Need
June 4, 2022

There's a small club of Americans that no parent wants to join: the tight ring of families who've lost children to school shootings. The circumstances might be different, and the cities too, but the pain is always the same - a raw, wrenching feeling that this never had to happen.

Commentary 33 Years Ago: The Bravery of Resistance
33 Years Ago: The Bravery of Resistance
June 4, 2022

Thirty-three years ago, winds of change blew through China. I remember a time when the hope of freedom lifted the spirits of everyone around me. Passion stirred in my fellow classmates, including one who wrote "Liberty" on his bedsheets with his own blood. I organized a group of students to attend the Tiananmen Square demonstrations. Anything was possible for this revolution, but we did not realize any of the dire consequences.

Commentary 100 Days of War: What’s New in Ukraine
100 Days of War: What’s New in Ukraine
June 3, 2022

A string of domestic crises may have turned America's attention inward - mass shootings, a baby formula shortage, unprecedented gas prices, but the war in Ukraine has raged on. Today marks the 100th day since Russia invaded. There is no end in sight.

Commentary Federal Agencies Celebrate Pride, Ignore Memorial Day
Federal Agencies Celebrate Pride, Ignore Memorial Day
June 3, 2022

If you're wondering where America's heroes rank on Joe Biden's list of priorities, try below the rainbow flag. While federal agencies have been tripping over themselves to pledge allegiance to LGBT activism, two couldn't be bothered to recognize the fallen troops who make our freedom possible.

Commentary Blue Cities Vow Not to Enforce Roe Reversal
Blue Cities Vow Not to Enforce Roe Reversal
June 3, 2022

Fearful that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe and send abortion policy back to the states, some pro-abortion officials in some progressive cities are preparing to draw it down to the local level.

News Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center Targeted by Vandals: A Misunderstood Legacy of Hope
Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center Targeted by Vandals: A Misunderstood Legacy of Hope
June 3, 2022

"Jane Says Revenge." Friday morning on her day off, Janet Durig received a rude awakening when a former neighbor sent her a text alerting her that these words had been spraypainted on the side of Capitol Hill Pregnancy Center (CHPC). The door was splattered in bright red paint with the vandal's red footprints trailing to the end of the sidewalk. In her 19 years as director, Durig has never seen vandalism like this occur.

News Franklin Graham: ‘Gun Laws Aren’t Going to Change a Thing’
Franklin Graham: ‘Gun Laws Aren’t Going to Change a Thing’
June 3, 2022

Although President Joe Biden and congressional Democrats want to "disarm America," gun control legislation cannot solve the spree of mass shootings plaguing the nation, said world-renowned evangelist Franklin Graham on Friday. Dealing with the root causes of such atrocities demands that we recognize that "to confront evil, only God can change hearts."

News State Officials, Experts Alarmed by Woke Capital Onslaught
State Officials, Experts Alarmed by Woke Capital Onslaught
June 3, 2022

As American corporations continue an unprecedented pattern of activism in support of controversial social issues, pension fund investment firms are following suit. Investment giants like BlackRock, State Street, and Vanguard have been outspoken in their support of hotly debated issues like gender identity and climate change, which is causing alarm among state officials and financial experts.

News Needed: A Congress that Spends like Your Family
Needed: A Congress that Spends like Your Family
June 3, 2022

As inflation rates hover near 40-year highs, President Joe Biden has announced a record-breaking new federal expenditure, pouring fresh fiscal fuel on the nation's economic fire.

News 48 GOP Senators Fire a Warning Shot over Hyde
48 GOP Senators Fire a Warning Shot over Hyde
June 3, 2022

As the nation eagerly waits for the Supreme Court to release a final decision on the future of Roe v. Wade, U.S. Senator Steve Daines (R-Mont.), founder and chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus, along with 47 other Republicans expressed their unwavering support for the Hyde Amendment.

Commentary On the Eve of Dobbs, Remember That out of the Mouth Speaks Life
On the Eve of Dobbs, Remember That out of the Mouth Speaks Life
June 2, 2022

As the world awaits the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization, pro-lifers across the country are preparing for what they hope will be a post-Roe world. Sadly, the pro-abortion industry has been working just as hard pushing a culture of death.

Commentary REEVES: The New Pro-Life Agenda
REEVES: The New Pro-Life Agenda
June 2, 2022

I believe that building a robust and compassionate community of care that focuses relentlessly on providing families the support they need to bring life into this world is the future of the pro-life movement.

Commentary What Comes after the Exodus from Public Schools?
What Comes after the Exodus from Public Schools?
June 2, 2022

Thousands stood to cheer at last year's Pray Vote Stand Summit when Quisha King, spokesmom for Moms for Liberty, declared during a panel on fighting indoctrination in public schools, "I really think at this point the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the public school system - that's it."

News Haven Police Chief Says Nationwide Attention Fueled Decal Win
Haven Police Chief Says Nationwide Attention Fueled Decal Win
June 2, 2022

During a monthly call organized by Family Research Council's men's ministry, Stand Courageous, Haven, Kansas Police Chief Stephen Schaffer shared a behind-the-scenes look at how the small-town dispute over the national motto became a nationwide controversy - and how he kept the faith in the process.

Commentary After Disney, Will CEOs Think Twice about Pride Month?
After Disney, Will CEOs Think Twice about Pride Month?
June 1, 2022

It might seem like every other June 1, but inside corporate board rooms, this Pride Month feels different. Companies aren't coasting into this rainbow bonanza like past years - empowered and carefree. They're looking in the rearview mirror at a 2022 that's been anything but kind to their CEOs' woke causes.

Commentary What Christians Should Remember about Pride Month
What Christians Should Remember about Pride Month
June 1, 2022

It's Pride month again, which means we will all have another chance to offer a pinch of incense to the gods of the sexual revolution. How should Christians respond? Here are a few things to remember.

Commentary POMPEO: To Restore America, We Must Restore the Family
POMPEO: To Restore America, We Must Restore the Family
June 1, 2022

The healthy American family is a product of our unalienable rights. Today, we are called not to protect but to restore these essential elements of our nation. This noble and urgent work must start with re-establishing the family as the country's central, sacred institution.

Commentary The Washington Stand: Why This, Why Now?
The Washington Stand: Why This, Why Now?
June 1, 2022

Why is FRC launching a digital news outlet? We want to equip followers of Jesus with truth and wisdom so that they can rest assured that they have the truth from a source they can trust.

News Developing Nations Block WHO Power Grab - for Now
Developing Nations Block WHO Power Grab - for Now
June 1, 2022

The 75th World Health Assembly concluded in Geneva, Switzerland, without passing 12 of 13 amendments the Biden administration proposed to increase the World Health Organization's (WHO) power.

Commentary Rubio Grounds Air Force’s Plans for Drag Queen Story Hour
Rubio Grounds Air Force’s Plans for Drag Queen Story Hour
May 31, 2022

Since Joe Biden's first day as president, the U.S. military has spent 539,771 hours on the Left's absurd priorities of "diversity and inclusion." The Air Force was on the verge of making it 539,772 - until Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) stepped in.

News Former Afghan Finance Minister Drives Uber
Former Afghan Finance Minister Drives Uber
May 31, 2022

Khalid Payenda, the former Afghanistan finance minister, who once oversaw a $6 billion budget, now drives an Uber in Washington, D.C. to support his family.

Update Article What Can We Do to Make Schools Safer?
What Can We Do to Make Schools Safer?
May 27, 2022

At a press conference on Friday, the nation learned that a mass shooter gained access to Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, when a teacher propped open a school door. That's a fitting metaphor for school safety nationwide, where the cracks in our social fabric and lax security measures allow disturbed, disgruntled, and mentally ill people to victimize our most vulnerable citizens. But two experts in the field say that Washington's hyper-partisan focus on passing more gun control laws will only further endanger our children, while ignoring known solutions that would improve school security.

Update Article Spiritual Shepherds not Flocking to Word of God
Spiritual Shepherds not Flocking to Word of God
May 27, 2022

New analysis from Arizona Christian University's Cultural Research Center reveals a "particularly shocking" absence of biblical worldview among pastors of evangelical churches, "because evangelical churches, by definition, believe that the Bible is God's true and reliable words to humanity." The latest release of the American Worldview Inventory, conducted in February and March of this year, revealed that 37% of Christian pastors held a biblical worldview, and the numbers are only slightly better among pastors of evangelical (51%) and independent or non-denominational (57%) churches. "With barely half of evangelical pastors possessing a biblical worldview -- and that number continuing to decline -- attending what may be considered an 'evangelical' church no longer ensures a pastoral staff that has a high view of the scriptures," said George Barna, Senior Research Fellow with FRC's Center for Biblical Worldview.

Update Article State Farm Needs a PR Insurance Policy
State Farm Needs a PR Insurance Policy
May 27, 2022

Turns out, customers aren't the only ones upset with State Farm's transgender book drive. Employees, who've been on the receiving end of hundreds of local complaints, are making their own phone calls to corporate -- furious that the company would drag its good name into the mud, and them with it. "We're an insurance company who's known to be conservative," one Midwest agent told RedState. "That is why this is so shocking. I can assure you (I'm on a private Facebook page for agents at only 4,000 members) that 99 percent of us are beyond [outraged]."

Commentary State Farm Needs a PR Insurance Policy
State Farm Needs a PR Insurance Policy
May 27, 2022

Turns out, customers aren't the only ones upset with State Farm's transgender book drive. Employees, who've been on the receiving end of hundreds of local complaints, are making their own phone calls to corporate - furious that the company would drag its good name into the mud, and them with it.

Commentary What Can We Do to Make Schools Safer?
What Can We Do to Make Schools Safer?
May 27, 2022

Cracks in our social fabric and lax security measures are allowing disturbed, disgruntled, and mentally ill people to victimize our most vulnerable citizens.

News Spiritual Shepherds not Flocking to Word of God
Spiritual Shepherds not Flocking to Word of God
May 27, 2022

New analysis from Arizona Christian University's Cultural Research Center reveals a "particularly shocking" absence of biblical worldview among pastors of evangelical churches, "because evangelical churches, by definition, believe that the Bible is God's true and reliable words to humanity."

Update Article Pictures of Religious Prisoners Capture Chinese Human Rights Abuses
Pictures of Religious Prisoners Capture Chinese Human Rights Abuses
May 26, 2022

A stunning trove of documents, including photos taken inside Chinese prison cells and internment camps, reveals that the crackdown on China's Uyghur Muslim population has been directed from the highest levels -- and sunk to the lowest depths of abuse.

Update Article State Farm Bales on Full Apology
State Farm Bales on Full Apology
May 26, 2022

There's an old saying that the only things in the middle of the highway are yellow stripes and roadkill. State Farm is finding that out, four days into a raging PR disaster of their own making. To no one's surprise but theirs, Americans didn't respond too kindly when the insurance company was caught dishing out transgender books to five-year-old kids. Angry customers started ringing agents' phones off the hook, asking what the devil they were doing wading into the LGBT debate. Headquarters blinked. But instead of touching the hot stove and backing away, State Farm got burned by another mistake: believing it could please both sides.

Update Article Partisan Plot: Dem Trap Springs Empty
Partisan Plot: Dem Trap Springs Empty
May 26, 2022

Congressional Democrats' instinct to exploit every tragedy for political advantage has proven reliable as ever. In the wake of the racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) moved on Tuesday to consider the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2022 (H.R. 350), which the U.S. House of Representatives passed on May 18 with only a single Republican vote (from retiring Illinois Representative Adam Kinzinger). The act authorizes "dedicated domestic terrorism offices within the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to analyze and monitor domestic terrorist activity."

Update Article A Faith Response to the Texas Tragedy
A Faith Response to the Texas Tragedy
May 26, 2022

Everyone us are trying to grapple with the horror of what happened in Uvalde, Texas. The slaughter of so many innocent children and teachers is sparking fresh debate in Washington about gun control and mental health funding. But what if the problem is deeper than that? Cornerstone Chapel Pastor Gary Hamrick tackles some of those tough questions and answers in his very compelling sit-down with Tony Perkins on Wednesday's "Washington Watch."

Commentary State Farm Bales on Full Apology
State Farm Bales on Full Apology
May 26, 2022

There's an old saying that the only things in the middle of the highway are yellow stripes and roadkill. State Farm is finding that out, four days into a raging PR disaster of their own making.

Commentary Pictures of Religious Prisoners Capture Chinese Human Rights Abuses
Pictures of Religious Prisoners Capture Chinese Human Rights Abuses
May 26, 2022

A stunning trove of documents, including photos taken inside Chinese prison cells and internment camps, reveals that the crackdown on China's Uyghur Muslim population has been directed from the highest levels - and sunk to the lowest depths of abuse.

Commentary Biden’s WHO Debacle Highlights Need for More Transparency
Biden’s WHO Debacle Highlights Need for More Transparency
May 26, 2022

The Biden administration's problems with transparency stretch beyond their proposed amendments to the World Health Assembly to hamstring American sovereignty on public health affairs; they also can't seem to tell the whole truth on how the COVID pandemic got started to begin with.

Commentary Partisan Plot: Dem Trap Springs Empty
Partisan Plot: Dem Trap Springs Empty
May 26, 2022

Congressional Democrats' instinct to exploit every tragedy for political advantage has proven reliable as ever. In the wake of the racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) moved on Tuesday to consider the Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act of 2022 (H.R. 350), which the U.S. House of Representatives passed on May 18 with only a single Republican vote.

Update Article Finding a Path in a Plague of Evil
Finding a Path in a Plague of Evil
May 25, 2022

Two more days, and the classrooms would have been empty. Parents would be at home, going over lists for summer camp or rubbing sunblock on those small faces at the pool. They wouldn't be reliving the moment they dropped their sons and daughters off at school, kissing them goodbye for what would be the last time. They wouldn't be waking up in the rawest pain of their lives, empty bedrooms down the hall. And they wouldn't be consumed by the guilt that if they'd just kept their kids home that day, none of this would have happened.

Update Article Override or Die: States Protect Girls' Sports from Male Athletes and Weak Governors
Override or Die: States Protect Girls' Sports from Male Athletes and Weak Governors
May 25, 2022

Republican-dominated state legislatures have sent a clear message to weak or doddering governors: If you don't protect girls from unfair male competition in athletics, we will. Lawmakers overrode Republican governors in Indiana and Utah who vetoed legislation barring males who identify as females from competing against women and girls in sports -- and they appear poised to do it again against a Democrat.

Update Article Voting Made Peachy
Voting Made Peachy
May 25, 2022

Georgia set a voting record for early turnout for Tuesday's primary election and has already far outpaced the total votes cast in the gubernatorial primary four years ago. The record comes after Georgia passed the Election Integrity Act of 2021, which President Joe Biden described as "Jim Crow in the 21st century."

Update Article WHO Re-elects China-Backed Marxist as Director General
WHO Re-elects China-Backed Marxist as Director General
May 25, 2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) re-elected the controversial figure Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as Director General for a second five-year term on Tuesday. In a noteworthy statement, Tedros's re-election was not supported by his native Ethiopia due to his ties to the leftist Ethiopian political party Tigrayan People's Liberation Front (TPLF), which has been connected to human rights violations and to contributing to Ethiopia's famine in the 1980s.

Update Article A Balanced Response to the SBC Report
A Balanced Response to the SBC Report
May 25, 2022

There's been a flood of reporting on the Southern Baptist Convention's sexual abuse report, released earlier this month. What does it mean for the SBC and where does the church go from here? No one is better equipped to answer those questions than Dr. Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Don't miss his in-depth conversation on Tuesday's "Washington Watch" with FRC's Tony Perkins.

Commentary Finding a Path in a Plague of Evil
Finding a Path in a Plague of Evil
May 25, 2022

Our schools have been forced into marginalizing the source of life. Religion is out, and defining your own reality is in. How can we be shocked when these products of our godless culture shatter society's false sense of security - built on a foundation of lies?

Commentary Voting Made Peachy
Voting Made Peachy
May 25, 2022

Georgia set a voting record for early turnout for Tuesday's primary election and has already far outpaced the total votes cast in the gubernatorial primary four years ago.

News Pensacola Abortion Business Closed Following Report of Three Women Hospitalized
Pensacola Abortion Business Closed Following Report of Three Women Hospitalized
May 25, 2022

Florida health officials issued an emergency order last Friday closing an abortion business in Pensacola after a report by Reprotection, a pro-life investigative organization. The group found that within the last nine months, three patients had been hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after their abortions.

Update Article U.N. Human Rights Leader Embarks on China's Propaganda Parade. She Shouldn't Fall for It.
U.N. Human Rights Leader Embarks on China's Propaganda Parade. She Shouldn't Fall for It.
May 24, 2022

Michelle Bachelet's controversial visit to China began on Monday. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is billing her trip as a way to address human-rights challenges in China, something her office has been looking into for years. However, Bachelet is unlikely to see any hint of China's human rights violations on her trip.

Update Article No School Board Association Left Behind
No School Board Association Left Behind
May 24, 2022

Monday, the Texas School Board Association formally dissociated from the National School Boards Association (NSBA), becoming the 24th state association "to withdraw membership, participation, or dues." They voted in response to the release on Friday of an independent review of the NSBA's infamous letter from last fall asking the federal Department of Justice to investigate concerned parents as domestic terrorists (which whistleblowers say they did).

Update Article State Farm, Where Radicalism Is Ensured
State Farm, Where Radicalism Is Ensured
May 24, 2022

Americans are finding out what State Farm apparently puts a premium on: indoctrination. Thanks to a company whistleblower, the corporation was just outed for trying to flood local libraries and schools with transgender stories for children. "The project's goal," the January email read, "is to increase representation of LGBTQ books and support our communities in having challenging, important, and empowering conversations with children Age 5+." Turns out, parents don't like the idea of an insurance company laying claim on their kids. And the outrage pouring into headquarters proves it.

Update Article Walking Back Biden's Taiwan Statements Further China's PLAN
Walking Back Biden's Taiwan Statements Further China's PLAN
May 24, 2022

President Joe Biden wandered off script when he said the United States would intervene militarily to keep China from invading Taiwan, but a conservative member of Congress said on Monday's episode of "Washington Watch" that Biden's words showed rare resolve against an American enemy -- and the White House's efforts to walk back the president's comments only benefit the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN).

Commentary State Farm, Where Radicalism Is Ensured
State Farm, Where Radicalism Is Ensured
May 24, 2022

Americans are finding out what State Farm apparently puts a premium on: indoctrination. Thanks to a company whistleblower, the corporation was just outed for trying to flood local libraries and schools with transgender stories for children.

Commentary No School Board Association Left Behind
No School Board Association Left Behind
May 24, 2022

Monday, the Texas School Board Association formally dissociated from the National School Boards Association (NSBA), becoming the 24th state association "to withdraw membership, participation, or dues."

Commentary Biden-Backed WHO’s Latest Power Grab Fails
Biden-Backed WHO’s Latest Power Grab Fails
May 24, 2022

The Biden administration's attempt to usurp Congress's public health authority by rewriting international law may have just encountered an untimely grave.

News Walking Back Biden’s Taiwan Statements Further China’s PLAN
Walking Back Biden’s Taiwan Statements Further China’s PLAN
May 24, 2022

President Joe Biden wandered off script when he said the United States would intervene militarily to keep China from invading Taiwan, but a conservative member of Congress said on Monday's episode of "Washington Watch" that Biden's words showed rare resolve against an American enemy - and the White House's efforts to walk back the president's comments only benefit the People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN).

Update Article Russia Says Nyet to FRC's Tony Perkins
Russia Says Nyet to FRC's Tony Perkins
May 23, 2022

Russian officials have permanently banned Family Research Council President Tony Perkins from setting foot in the nation, because of his outspoken criticism of Moscow's religious liberty restrictions. On Saturday, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs included Perkins on a list of 963 Americans "who are permanently banned from entering the Russian Federation." "I'll have to scratch Russia off my list of vacation spots," quipped Perkins.

Update Article Jonathan Isaac: The NBA's Last Man Standing
Jonathan Isaac: The NBA's Last Man Standing
May 23, 2022

The NBA's Jonathan Isaac hasn't played a game since August 2020 -- but people are still talking about what happened at the last one he did. It was the height of the George Floyd riots, and the league was in full-on social justice warrior mode. Thanks to COVID, the season had rebooted in a bubble -- and for most pro-sports, it was an intensely political time. Almost every team had plastered "Black Lives Matter" across courts, jerseys, warm-up hoodies. And yet, three games into the bridged season, Isaac still did what no other player had the courage to: he stood for the national anthem.

Update Article Media Employs Shame-Old Tactics against Ky. Christian School
Media Employs Shame-Old Tactics against Ky. Christian School
May 23, 2022

Is the outrage feigned or uninformed? That's one question after the Louisville Courier Journal declared they were shocked -- shocked -- to discover Christian teaching at the Christian Academy of Louisville (CAL). While the school received no complaints, a Twitter user reportedly acquainted with a parent whose child was upset by the assignment tweeted screenshots with the commentary "Shameful. #stopthehate."

Commentary Jonathan Isaac: The NBA’s Last Man Standing
Jonathan Isaac: The NBA’s Last Man Standing
May 23, 2022

The NBA's Jonathan Isaac hasn't played a game since August 2020 - but people are still talking about what happened at the last two he did. Three games into the abridged season, Isaac still did what no other player had the courage to: he stood for the national anthem.

News Russia Says Nyet to FRC’s Tony Perkins
Russia Says Nyet to FRC’s Tony Perkins
May 23, 2022

Russian officials have permanently banned Family Research Council President Tony Perkins from setting foot in the nation, because of his outspoken criticism of Moscow's religious liberty restrictions.

Update Article We're Giving More Power to WHO?
We're Giving More Power to WHO?
May 20, 2022

In the United States we have lived under emergency orders from presidents, governors, and mayors for almost a year and a half.

Update Article Steph Curry's Pro-Life Warrior Mom
Steph Curry's Pro-Life Warrior Mom
May 20, 2022

When Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry was 13, he remembers his mom sitting him down after his team got crushed in a tournament that scouts were watching. She looked in his face, a moment he still remembers to this day, and said, "No one gets to write your story but you... Take your time... and write what you want to write. But just know that this story -- it's yours." Twenty-one years later, the world is finding out that the two-time MVP almost didn't have a story at all.

Update Article Price of Judge Shopping Rises for SPLC
Price of Judge Shopping Rises for SPLC
May 20, 2022

A panel of three federal district courts heard testimony earlier today to consider whether SPLC lawyers "engaged in an abuse of judicial process known as judge shopping," as stated in a letter from Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee to the committee's chairman, Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.). SPLC lawyers and other activist lawyers filed two cases, Walker v. Marshall and Ladinsky v. Ivey (which were consolidated) against Alabama's Vulnerable Child Compassion and Protection Act, a law which took effect on May 8 that protects minors from harmful gender transition procedures.

Update Article Dems Diss Information for Exposing Ministry of Truth
Dems Diss Information for Exposing Ministry of Truth
May 20, 2022

Here yesterday, gone today. Americans just don't have the appetite for falsehood Leftists wish they had. That's one conclusion to draw from the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) decision to "pause" their "Disinformation Governance Board," more accurately known as the Ministry of Truth, only three weeks after its launch. It didn't even last as long as the previous Leftist propaganda organ, CNN+, which was shuttered April 30 after only a month. Representative Dan Bishop (R-N.C.) called the board's suspension "a telling admission... that they knew they were being destroyed in the court of public opinion."

Commentary We’re Giving More Power to WHO?
We’re Giving More Power to WHO?
May 20, 2022

The Biden administration's proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations strengthen the WHO by allowing the director general to unilaterally declare a public health emergency of international, or intermediate, or regional concern without the consent of a U.N. member state. If the new paradigm falls into place, we will find ourselves hurtling into a different world.

Commentary Steph Curry’s Pro-Life Warrior Mom
Steph Curry’s Pro-Life Warrior Mom
May 20, 2022

When Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry was 13, he remembers his mom sitting him down after his team got crushed in a tournament that scouts were watching. She looked in his face, a moment he still remembers to this day, and said, "No one gets to write your story but you ... Take your time ... and write what you want to write. But just know that this story - it's yours."

Commentary Dems Diss Information for Exposing Ministry of Truth
Dems Diss Information for Exposing Ministry of Truth
May 20, 2022

Here yesterday, gone today. Americans just don't have the appetite for falsehood Leftists wish they had. That's one conclusion to draw from the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) decision to "pause" their "Disinformation Governance Board," more accurately known as the Ministry of Truth, only three weeks after its launch.

News Price of Judge Shopping Rises for SPLC
Price of Judge Shopping Rises for SPLC
May 20, 2022

A panel of three federal district courts heard testimony earlier today to consider whether SPLC lawyers "engaged in an abuse of judicial process known as judge shopping," as stated in a letter from Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee to the committee's chairman, Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.).

Commentary Abortion Groups Promise Spike in Roe Rage
Abortion Groups Promise Spike in Roe Rage
May 19, 2022

Missing the days of 2020, when angry mobs were fixtures on America's streets? If you're nostalgic for the arson, destruction, and looting, abortion activists are promising more of it.

Commentary Holding Fast to Hope amid Heartache
Holding Fast to Hope amid Heartache
May 19, 2022

Erie County Sheriff John Garcia called the racist shooting in Buffalo "an act of pure evil." The president himself visited the crime scene on Tuesday and declared, "Evil will not win. I promise you hate will not prevail and white supremacy will not have the last word." When evil so palpable and grotesque confronts us, it jars us out of our daily routines and forces us to reckon with its seriousness. Southern Seminary President Albert Mohler said the extent of evil involved in the shooting "staggers our imagination, but it's real." So how do we handle it?

Commentary One Shooting, Two Responses
One Shooting, Two Responses
May 18, 2022

The shooting shouldn't be about scoring political points. This should be about protecting life, a core duty of government under any party. The shooter was a symptom and product of the fractured communities, online anonymity, and social mistrust running rampant through our country and only exacerbated by the lockdowns.

Commentary NIH Refuses to Recognize Long-Term Effects of Puberty Blockers
NIH Refuses to Recognize Long-Term Effects of Puberty Blockers
May 18, 2022

When it comes to subjecting children who are confused about their gender to hormones, puberty blocking drugs, and irreversible surgeries, the Biden administration has exhibited an alarmingly one-track mind: inject and cut now, ask questions later.

Commentary Netflix Subscribes to a New Approach on Politics
Netflix Subscribes to a New Approach on Politics
May 17, 2022

The year 2022 will remembered for a lot of things, but the rise of the corporate resistance movement has to be near the top. After years of abuse, Republicans were finally George McFly to "Back to the Future"'s Biff, landing a blow on Disney that still stings.

Commentary The White House Formula for Feeding Babies
The White House Formula for Feeding Babies
May 17, 2022

The great baby formula airlift of 2022 will soon be underway. After 40 percent of popular brands were out of stock by late April, Swiss manufacturer Nestle, which owns Gerber, announced it will fly extra baby formula to the United States.

News Town Unites to Ensure ‘In God We Trust’ Decals Remain
Town Unites to Ensure ‘In God We Trust’ Decals Remain
May 17, 2022

The small city of Haven, Kansas was bustling Monday evening as residents and journalists gathered for a city council meeting. On May 3, council members hastily voted to remove the "In God We Trust" decals from police vehicles. But the residents responded to this move with great resistance.

Commentary Shady Payments Laundered through National Institutes of Wealth
Shady Payments Laundered through National Institutes of Wealth
May 16, 2022

A usually hum-drum budget hearing turned fiery last Wednesday when Representative John Moolenaar (R-Mich.) took Acting National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Lawrence Tabak to task over special payments made over the past 10 years to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Francis Collins, and other officials.

Commentary America Tunes in to the Wild World of Sports
America Tunes in to the Wild World of Sports
May 16, 2022

With Roe v. Wade on the chopping block, there's an interesting theory popping up in certain media outlets that the end of federal abortion could backfire on Republicans. How will the GOP gin up its base without the 1973 ruling to rally around, some pundits are wonder? Simple, conservatives say. Not only would a positive Supreme Court ruling kick off a furious battle over life in the states, but thanks to the Left, there's no shortage of cultural outrage to unite the party together. Exhibit A? The transgender debate.

Commentary Target’s Aisle of Denial
Target’s Aisle of Denial
May 13, 2022

No parent ever thinks it will happen to them. One day, they wake up and their son or daughter is just gone - lost to a world they never saw coming. Some parents have said it's like living in a horror film or screaming through a nightmare they can't wake up from.

Commentary Suspension of Disbelief: Fairfax County to Punish Students Over Pronouns
Suspension of Disbelief: Fairfax County to Punish Students Over Pronouns
May 13, 2022

Living as a Christian could get a student suspended from public school in Fairfax County, Virginia. Last week, the school board conducted an annual review of its Regulation 2601, proposing edits to a 70-page-long document on "Students' Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R), and parents noticed something shocking. According to a short provision buried deep in the document, students could face suspension for up to five days, and possibly further punishment, for referring to a fellow student according to their biological, God-given sex.

Commentary In the Face of Church Attacks, a Bold Stand for Truth Emerges
In the Face of Church Attacks, a Bold Stand for Truth Emerges
May 13, 2022

As the list of vandalized churches and pro-life organizations continues to grow due to pro-abortion extremist attacks in the wake of the leaked Dobbs Supreme Court decision, the silence from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is becoming increasingly deafening.

Commentary Dems Defend Abortion to the Ends of the Birth
Dems Defend Abortion to the Ends of the Birth
May 12, 2022

When the Supreme Court justices met Thursday for the first time since the leak, life looked anything but normal. Now they head into the city from secret locations, leaving their homes in the care of entire swat teams.

Commentary Yellen for Abortion Is Never Good
Yellen for Abortion Is Never Good
May 12, 2022

The pending U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization has dominated most conversation on Capitol Hill over the past week. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen's comments at the Senate Banking Committee hearing were no exception.

Commentary Grotesque California: Abortion Tourism Is not Normal
Grotesque California: Abortion Tourism Is not Normal
May 12, 2022

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) wants to make sure you know how much he approves of abortion. Yesterday he announced $57 million in state funding to promote abortion - on top of $68 million he announced in January.

News A Transformational Moment for the American Family Association
A Transformational Moment for the American Family Association
May 12, 2022

For 45 years, the American Family Association (AFA) has stood at the forefront of upholding and strengthening "the moral foundations of American culture" and "giv[ing] aid to the church here and abroad in its task of fulfilling the Great Commission." With Wednesday's grand opening of the 20,000-square-foot, two-story Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation in Tupelo, Miss., AFA will be well equipped to "combat the forces that seek to destroy Christian influence in America and overthrow the founding principles of our republic" for years to come.

Commentary GOP to Disney: You’ve Lost a Friend in Me
GOP to Disney: You’ve Lost a Friend in Me
May 11, 2022

It's been an unusually quiet week for corporate America after one of the biggest cultural bombshells of the modern age. The news that the Supreme Court might be on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade hasn't unleashed an army of woke CEOs on the country like most reporters expected.

Commentary Beyond Roe: The Dems’ Terrifying New Normal
Beyond Roe: The Dems’ Terrifying New Normal
May 11, 2022

If it was a "show vote," then it did its job. When Democrats decided to put the most extreme abortion bill ever drafted on the Senate floor, it showed people plenty. If anyone was under the illusion that Joe Biden's party was remotely reasonable on the issue of life, they learned pretty quickly that those days are over.

Commentary Empathy Fail: ‘I Can Taste’ Your Frustration, Says Biden on Purpose
Empathy Fail: ‘I Can Taste’ Your Frustration, Says Biden on Purpose
May 11, 2022

Inflation statistics for April were released this morning, and they can't be what Democrats were hoping for. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "The all items index increased 8.3 percent for the 12 months ending [in] April, a smaller increase than the 8.5-percent figure for the period ending in March."

Commentary Understanding Millennials and Loving Them into the Kingdom of God
Understanding Millennials and Loving Them into the Kingdom of God
May 11, 2022

The recent research report from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University, entitled Millennials in America: A Generation in Crisis, reveals new insights into where the nation is heading as the individuals in the youngest adult generation take on a growing number of positions of power and influence.

Commentary WHO’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Freedom
WHO’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Freedom
May 10, 2022

Wait, WHO's grabbing power? Yes, they are. Flush off their unprecedented interference during the COVID pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) is acting to ensure they have even more power next time around.

Commentary Leftists Church and Destroy in Roe Rampage
Leftists Church and Destroy in Roe Rampage
May 10, 2022

When Joe Biden stepped in front of the press pool this morning, there was one inflation he didn't address: the inflation of violence. Since last week's stunner of a SCOTUS leak, the only thing that hasn't shocked America is the Left's crazed response. With their usual disregard for people's dignity, privacy, and property, pro-abortion radicals have been on the march from New York to California, burning, spray-painting, and bull-horning their way through the country-reminding everyone that the only kind of "protests" they understand are the dangerous ones.

Commentary Dobbs Leak: A Leftist Pastor Takes on Abortion
Dobbs Leak: A Leftist Pastor Takes on Abortion
May 9, 2022

"When words are many, transgression is not lacking" (Proverbs 10:19), so it's little surprise that among all the ink spilled over the leaked Dobbs decision draft, there were at least a few shockingly poor takes.

News Pregnancy Resource Center in Manassas, Va. Targeted by Vandals
Pregnancy Resource Center in Manassas, Va. Targeted by Vandals
May 9, 2022

In the wake of the leaked draft Supreme Court decision that would reverse the Roe v. Wade decision if handed down, extremists have carried out acts of property destruction against pro-life organizations and have disrupted religious services. Sunday night, a pregnancy resource center in Manassas, Va. became another target of vandals.

Commentary Full Court Pressed by Roe Riots
Full Court Pressed by Roe Riots
May 6, 2022

There've been some over-the-top reactions to the Supreme Court leak, but the fanatics have really outdone themselves with their latest idea: a Mother's Day strike.

Commentary Dems Race to Stop SCOTUS’s Trial Blazers
Dems Race to Stop SCOTUS’s Trial Blazers
May 5, 2022

Now that the country has had a few days to process the Supreme Court scoop of the century, the mood is changing. As shock gives way to suspense, the entire country is waiting - waiting to see whodunit, waiting to see if the justices will expedite the ruling, waiting to see if the ruling we saw is final.

Commentary Dems Push for Second Opinion on Abortion
Dems Push for Second Opinion on Abortion
May 4, 2022

Another 24 hours have come and gone, and Americans are no closer to answering the burning questions on everyone's minds: who leaked the draft Supreme Court ruling on Roe - and why?

Commentary Is the End of Roe within Breach?
Is the End of Roe within Breach?
May 3, 2022

It was the scene that wasn't supposed to play out for another seven weeks - angry protestors outside the Supreme Court, clutching signs and shouting at the building's dark offices.

Commentary GOP Schools Dems in Education Politics
GOP Schools Dems in Education Politics
April 27, 2022

These days, Democrats can't even turn around without bumping into another poll that reminds them of the shellacking that awaits in November.

Commentary Disney’s Cinderella Story Comes to an End at Reedy Creek
Disney’s Cinderella Story Comes to an End at Reedy Creek
April 25, 2022

For once, Disney has no comment. Bob Chapek's company, whose loudmouth Leftists pushed the CEO into a losing war with Florida leaders, had nothing to say Friday when the governor pulled the plug on Disney's sweetheart deal with the state.

Commentary Good Warning America: Florida Sends Disney (and Friends) a Message
Good Warning America: Florida Sends Disney (and Friends) a Message
April 22, 2022

Disney CEO Bob Chapek wasn't the only one waking up to an uncomfortable new reality Friday morning. Across corporate America, Chapek's counterparts probably all had the same uneasy feeling about what had transpired in Tallahassee the day before.

Commentary A Whole New World for Disney after Florida Retaliates
A Whole New World for Disney after Florida Retaliates
April 21, 2022

If Disney didn't know conservatives meant business, they do now. Four weeks into this national drama between Florida and CEO Bob Chapek, state leaders aren't just speaking out - they're hitting back.

Press Release
Sen. Tim Scott Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 19, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Tim Scott is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Commentary Disney Gets Tangled in Big-Picture Pushback
Disney Gets Tangled in Big-Picture Pushback
April 18, 2022

As much as it would pain the Left to admit it, Bob Chapek was right. The Disney CEO, whose back must hurt from bowing to so many LGBT demands over the last month, warned that getting involved in Florida politics would "divide and inflame."

Press Release
Rep. Tom Tiffany Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 14, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Tom Tiffany is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Roger Marshall Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 14, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Roger Marshall is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Lance Gooden Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 14, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Lance Gooden is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Jerry Moran Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 12, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Jerry Moran is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. John Kennedy Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 12, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. John Kennedy is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Bob Good Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 12, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Bob Good is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Rick Scott Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Rick Scott is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded her with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Bill Hagerty Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Bill Hagerty is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Louie Gohmert Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Louie Gohmert is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Jody Hice Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Jody Hice is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Joni Ernst Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Joni Ernst is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded her with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Chuck Grassley Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Chuck Grassley is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Steve Daines Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 11, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Steve Daines is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Andy Harris Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Andy Harris is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. John Boozman Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. John Boozman is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Bill Huizenga Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Bill Huizenga is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Doug LaMalfa Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Doug LaMalfa is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Mike Rounds Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Mike Rounds is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Marsha Blackburn Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 7, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Marsha Blackburn is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded her with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Sen. Jim Inhofe Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 4, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Sen. Jim Inhofe is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Pete Sessions Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Pete Sessions is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Ted Budd Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Ted Budd is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

Press Release
Rep. Michael Guest Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Michael Guest is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Roger Williams Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Roger Williams is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Matt Rosendale Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Matt Rosendale is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Mike Carey Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2021 Scorecard
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Mike Carey is among the 74 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with a "True Blue" award for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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Rep. Randy Weber Scores 100 Percent on FRC Action's 2020 and 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
April 1, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) recently released its annual scorecards announcing "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. Rep. Randy Weber is among the 58 members of Congress who scored a perfect 100 percent for votes cast in both 2020 and 2021. Recently, FRC Action awarded him with two "True Blue" awards for displaying unwavering commitment to and support of faith, family, and freedom.

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223 'True Blue' Members of Congress Awarded for their 100 Percent Voting Record on FRC Action's 2020, 2021 Scorecards
published in FRC Press Office
March 29, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Family Research Council Action (FRC Action) announced today its "True Blue" award winners for the Second Session of the 116th Congress and the First Session of the 117th Congress. The annual award recognizes the members of Congress who displayed unwavering commitment and support of faith, family, and freedom. Of the 223 members of Congress who voted "True Blue" in at least one of the past two years, 55 senators and 168 representatives scored a perfect 100 percent on FRC Action's 2020 Vote Scorecard and/or 2021 Vote Scorecard.

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FRC Action Files Federal Lawsuit Over Biden Airline Mask Mandate
published in FRC Press Office
March 24, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Last night, Family Research Council Action, the legislative affiliate of Family Research Council, filed a federal lawsuit against the Biden administration in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas over the federal mask mandate on all airplanes. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of FRC Action, two FRC Action members who live in Texas, and a child. Tony Perkins is participating in the case both as president of FRC Action and as the father of the child.

Commentary Anticipating Gen Z
Anticipating Gen Z
March 11, 2022

Millennials, the generation born between 1984 and 2002, are a very significant force in American culture. Let's consider the tail end of the Millennial generation, those aged 18 to 24. That segment represents the latter third of the generation, comprising roughly 30 million individuals.

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2+2=5? Rep. Vicky Hartzler Calls Out Big Brother
February 23, 2022 - Jaime Christley

Winston is tied up on the table\u2014the police have arrested him for thinking his own thoughts. His interrogator stands above him, holding up four fingers...

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FRC's Top 7 Trending Items (Week of August 23)
August 28, 2020

\rHere are "The 7" top trending items at FRC over the past seven days: \r1. Update: The Sticking Point with Mandatory Vaccines \rVirginia Health Commissioner Norman Oliver recently promised to make a COVID-19 vaccine mandatory and members of a Virginia House committee killed two bills that would have added a religious exemption to the mandate. Americans must decide if they want to live with this