A Louisiana parent is suing her daughter’s district, alleging it is violating the Constitution by “promoting and inculcating Christian religious beliefs.”
As she celebrated her 28th birthday, Taylor Swift took to Instagram to share that she “couldn’t have asked for a better year.”
You know the scene, right? It’s the perfect Christmas. There’s snow falling and dancing in the air like Juilliard students.
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.
It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, everywhere we go, from the sight of inflatable reindeer on the neighbor’s lawn to the thought of Cousin Eddie in a dickey, drinking egg nog and talking politics at Christmas dinner.
Even most Jews are unaware that the key to the observance of Hanukkah isn’t lighting the candles, playing with dreidels (spinning tops), eating latkes (potato pancakes), or giving gifts (in an imitation of Christmas).
The days of ultra-liberal feminists in the media and Hollywood brainwashing women into believing they speak for the majority of us are coming to an abrupt and final end.
Editor’s note: The following column is excerpted from “This Child of Faith: Raising a Spiritual Child in a Secular World ” by Sophfronia Scott and Tain Gregory.
Mason’s letter left me with a key, introspective question that still lingers in my heart and mind: “Are you forgiving well?”
Should conservatives across the nation support Moore or speak out against his candidacy?
I am the great granddaughter of slaves from Alabama.
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.
Life seems pretty complicated as it is, no point in trying to overthink my love of a standing rib roast.
A Florida art professor’s anti-Trump display with T-shirts bearing such slogans as “Unapologetic Racist Enabler 2017″ and “WTF? 2016″ is on showcase at Pensacola State College ahead of the president’s visit to the Panhandle Friday.
In its attempts to blame all men for certain behaviors, the left is trying to avoid the fact that it created toxic masculinity. It created the werewolves and the vampires with their twisted views of the world and the genders and love and sex—it created the rapacious male.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had a conference call Monday with Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and retired wide receiver Anquan Boldin, founders of the Players Coalition, to begin discussions about the league providing nearly $90 million to social justice causes that are important to players in the coalition.
A 15-year-old pro-life student was sucker-punched during a violent altercation Saturday outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Roanoke, Virginia.
When I first saw Chinyelo, he was covered in dirt and mud, walking on his hands through his village in Haiti.
As we near the end of a year in which the United States hasn’t felt particularly united, we’ve been troubled to find military veterans in the middle of a national sore spot.
Belk has given Salvation Army bell-ringers and their iconic red kettles the heave-ho — just in time for the Christmas season.
Every year, 12 million cats and dogs in the United States are diagnosed with cancer.
How do we learn life lessons from a crotchety old miser so unpleasant that dogs run from him on sight?
I’ve never been more proud of having made my family, my relationships, the focus of my life instead of my career.
The transit authority might have reconsidered its ban on the Catholic Church’s advertisement had they been selling goods and services, the lawsuit alleges.