It would have been easy to mistake Wisconsin’s unions for an angry third-world mob.
Articles By: Tony Perkins
In Howell, Michigan, an out-of-control economics teacher booted two students from class after he provoked a discussion about homosexuality.
Last week in Indianapolis, a couple came under fire for turning away a special bakery order for “National Coming Out Day” at Indiana University (IU).
A tiny town on Cape Cod has taken one thing off its back-to-school list: parental involvement. To the astonishment of most every media outlet in America, the Provincetown school board voted unanimously to pass out condoms to all students—starting with first graders.
Stories like Provincetown’s certainly make more parents into believers on the issue of school choice.
See what happened when a president dismissed a physics professor the White House had tapped to aid Louisiana after it had been hit by a disaster because of the scholar’s views on homosexuality.
President Obama won’t be in power for 30 or 40 more years, but his hard-Left ideology could rule for decades to come.
Yesterday [April 15], 223 years to the day after patriots ratified an end the Revolutionary War, a judge in Wisconsin ruled to reintroduce tyranny in America—this time, from the bench. In a decision that is rocking our nation to its very core, U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb determined that a national day of prayer—a tradition as old as the country itself–is unconstitutional.
Yesterday [April 15] a select group of policymakers, government officials, attorneys, and prayer leaders came to FRC to hear Dr. Sam Solomon, a former professor of Islamic Shari’ah law, and Prof. William Wagner of Cooley School of Law in Lansing, Michigan, gave a stirring presentation on the threat imposed by Shari’ah on American public life and our Constitution itself.
In speaking out against the child sex abuse scandal, the Catholic Church definitely hit a nerve this week.