By Ryan Foley
The pastor of a Haitian church in Texas is urging Haitian migrants to refrain from making the journey to the United States as he has heard “heartbreaking” stories of “brokenness” related to the abuses migrant families suffer on their journey to the border.
By Ryan Foley
Hundreds of religious freedom advocates marched in solidarity with persecuted Christians worldwide Saturday as part of a movement to “rise up as one voice for the persecuted Church.”
By Jack Davis
Fight attendants fired for asking questions about the pro-LGBT Equality Act are fighting back, claiming religious discrimination.
By Jerry Newcombe
It seems like the ongoing effort of historical revisionism — to tarnish American history and its heroes in service of political correctness — continues unabated.
By Anugrah Kumar
Two Afghan men staying at the Fort McCoy U.S. Army base in Wisconsin after being evacuated from their country have been indicted by a federal grand jury on separate charges of forcibly engaging in a sexual act with children and assaulting spouse by strangling and suffocating her.
By David R. Henderson
Governments need to stop restricting supply.
By Victor Davis Hanson
Deterrence is the ancient ability to scare somebody off from hurting you, your friends, or your interests—without a major war. Desire peace?