A group of Republican lawmakers in Connecticut said they would not allow themselves to be bullied by a bunch of angry, out-of-town atheists.
What in the sweet name of Santa Claus is wrong liberals?
The social justice warriors in charge of the College at Brockport in New York are urging holiday decorators to deck their halls and don their gay apparel with a flair for cultural sensitivity and inclusion.
A 15-year-old pro-life student was sucker-punched during a violent altercation Saturday outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Roanoke, Virginia.
Belk has given Salvation Army bell-ringers and their iconic red kettles the heave-ho — just in time for the Christmas season.
Catholics across the nation’s capital are livid after the public transit system rejected the Archdiocese of Washington’s Christmas advertisements because they were deemed “religious.”
The transit authority might have reconsidered its ban on the Catholic Church’s advertisement had they been selling goods and services, the lawsuit alleges.
There is a bipartisan rule in the Deep South: You never question the authenticity a Southern woman’s homemade pecan pie. Ever.
Thou shall not study thy Bible — at least not during lunchtime.
A group of prominent U.S. senators is coming to the defense of a highly decorated Air Force colonel who could be booted out of the military over his religious views on same-sex marriage.
The Lake Mason Lions Club has been providing a $500 scholarship to young men and young women for 20 years. But not this year.
A New Jersey high school teacher who had the audacity to tell a student to speak English inside her classroom is facing severe backlash.
The Air Force has punished a highly-decorated and respected colonel after he refused to publicly affirm the same-sex spouse of a retiring subordinate.
Vice President and American Patriot Mike Pence walked out of the Indianapolis Colts game Sunday against the San Franciscio 49ers after several players took a knee during the national anthem.
A teacher at Wyoming’s Jackson Hole High School on Thursday gave her students a multiple choice quiz that referenced shooting President Trump.
One of our readers was driving by Blach Intermediate School in Los Altos, California the other day and noticed something unusual about the American flag. It was posted upside down.
When Thomas Gunderson first heard the noise he thought a speaker had malfunctioned — or maybe someone had shot off some fireworks.
Alejandro Villanueva is a hero. Villanueva had a choice on Sunday: either respect the football team or respect America. He chose America.
The ACLU filed a federal lawsuit against the town on behalf of Joseph Tomkins, a resident who said the image of the lighted cross has caused him “irreparable harm.”