You just can not make this stuff up, how confused, inept and outright uninformed the Biden Administration is. It is sad every time they opens their mouths, please pray for them and the nation.
Joe Biden made it official today, by filing a lawsuit seeking to overturn the Texas abortion ban that has saved hundreds of babies from abortions. In announcing the lawsuit, Attorney General Merrick Garland falsely claimed the Constitution has a right to abortion. “The Department of Justice has a duty to defend the constitution of the […]
Last week, President Joe Biden visited New York to survey the devastation from Hurricane Ida. During his press conference, the president referenced a recent U.N. report that tracks climate change. According to the report, “Global surface temperature has increased faster since 1970 than in any other 50-year period over a least the last 2,000 years.” Not surprisingly, Biden used his remarks as an opportunity to advocate for expansive, big-government climate policies, claiming that worsening weather patterns merit a wide-ranging, government-led approach.
The United States Justice Department announced Monday that it will “provide support from federal law enforcement” to any Texas abortion clinic facing an “attack,” suggesting that Texas’ new law may result in violence against women and clinics…
“In fact, the abortion apologist-in-chief [Biden] wants to codify Roe, making it a matter of federal law“
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Joe Biden seems determined to cement his place in U.S. history as the Abortion President. Not second or third, but the most pro-abortion President ever. So much for his claims of representing Scranton, Pennsylvania values. (He is forever playing up his “blue collar” roots in Scranton, …
A family activist dedicated to electing conservative candidates to Congress is warning Christians that if they continue to refuse to get involved in politics, then they will be partly responsible when the world sinks “into another dark age.”
Today on The Sword and The Trowel, Tom Ascol and Jared Longshore welcome Dr. Everett Piper into the studio to discuss the recent inaugural convocation for The Institute of Public Theology and the need for Christians to grow a spine and step courageously into the public square.
As many as 80,000 desperate people still need to be evacuated from behind enemy lines—thousands of U.S. citizens and tens of thousands of Afghans who risked their lives for years to help U.S. troops.
Call Afghanistan What It Is: The Worst Hostage Crisis in American History
On Nov. 4, 1979, militants seized the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, taking more than 60 American hostages. It was hell for the captured Americans, and Jimmy Carter’s inability to extricate them helped doom him to a one-term presidency.
The way things are shaping up in Kabul, that national humiliation is being recreated on a far, far bigger scale—it is no hyperbole to say that it is starting to look like America’s worst hostage crisis…
Today, as we write this, our hearts are heavy. The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is producing untold human tragedies. Desperate scenes at the Kabul airport — and the violence erupting across Afghanistan that Western media does not see — portray an international tragedy of immense proportion.
And for some 10,000 to 12,000 Afghan Christians, whose numbers have grown as they’ve worshipped in small, underground groups, this is a life-and-death emergency. They are being specifically and openly targeted by the Taliban.
These troubling events are a call to prayer. Family Research Council has been tracking the situation in Afghanistan, and we ask you to join us as we intercede for our endangered sisters and brothers there. For more on what’s happening and how you can pray, please see the following resources:
The Biden administration is reviewing a federal rule that prohibits public universities and colleges from, among other things, removing the funding of religious student organizations whose leadership policies conflict with campus anti-discrimination rules…
The story of almost 20 years of American involvement in Afghanistan has ended in unmitigated disaster. In fact, it would be difficult to imagine a worst-case scenario than the present one. But for now, here are 10 immediate reflections…