Oklahoma Bans Dismemberment Abortions

(WNS)–Oklahoma is set to become the second state to prohibit late-term, dismemberment abortions. In a 37-4 vote, the Oklahoma Senate passed a bill based on model legislation from the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC). The House already passed the bill in February by an 84-2 vote. Though Republican Gov. Mary Fallin hasn’t indicated... -Read More

Senate Breaks Gridlock, Passes Human Trafficking Bill

(WNS)–The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan human trafficking bill on April 22, scoring a significant victory for Republicans who fought to ensure taxpayer funding wouldn’t go to pay for abortions. “Help is finally on the way for the thousands of enslaved victims who suffer unspeakable abuse in the shadows,” said Senate Majority Leader... -Read More

Coalition of Black Churches Rebukes PCUSA Over Marriage Redefinition

(WNS)–In a stern public rebuke, the National Black Church Initiative (NBCI) has condemned the recent decision by the Presbyterian Church (USA) to define marriage as a “commitment between two people.” NBCI’s president, Anthony Evans, chastised the denomination, saying that “by voting to redefine marriage [the] PCUSA automatically forfeits Christ’s saving grace.” Evans’ statement calls... -Read More

It All Began in Indiana Anyway

Recently, we have seen many lies told in and about Indiana. First, there was a noble attempt to ensure that religious freedom continue there, using the same template for a law passed in many other states and even signed at the federal level by Bill Clinton. As a result of the falsely driven outrage... -Read More

The Salvation Army Celebrates 150 Years

There is much to be thankful for in this upcoming New Year, and The Salvation Army is looking forward to celebrating in a big way. The year 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the inception of the Salvation Army and their work in 126 countries and 5,000 communities across the United States. And this... -Read More

Thanksgiving Proclamations Call for National Repentence

The American Thanksgiving has undergone a shift since the Pilgrims’ 1623 celebration of the good harvest, which arose from abandoning the common-store system in favor of each man working his own property. Currently, most Americans primarily focus on big meals with families, football games and sales as early as Thanksgiving Eve. U.S. presidents, though,... -Read More

Shakespeare and “Death with Dignity”

Recent events have brought the debate on so-called “death with dignity” and assisted suicide into the spotlight again. And yet, the argument is not really a new one. There is no less light than when William Shakespeare extensively dealt with the subject in his writing. “Death with dignity” is essentially a code word for... -Read More