• For not shooting same-sex weddings, Christian photographer faces 100k fine, potential jail

    New York Christian photographer and blogger Emilee Carpenter is facing a fine of up to $100,000 and potentially a year in jail if she refuses to create photos and blogs for same-sex weddings. Carpenter could also have her business license revoked. This week, a federal district court dismissed her case after she stated she should […]

  • The New US Bill That Could Mandate Unrestricted Access to Abortion

    Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a subcommittee hearing titled: “Protecting Roe: Why We Need the Women’s Health Protection Act.” As expected, the hearing included testimony from multiple pro-abortion speakers who claimed that unrestricted, unregulated access to abortion is essential “health care” for women. In a nutshell, the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) would invalidate […]

  • She Took an Abortion Pill, But Then Regretted It. Here’s How She Saved Her Son.

    Rebekah Hagan was desperate to get an abortion. At 18 years old, Rebekah was pregnant with her second child. She was recently separated from her children’s father—who was physically and verbally abusive—and living with her parents. She didn’t know what else to do. Rebekah had the first several weeks of pregnancy to get a chemical […]

  • The School District Policy Helping Kids Adopt Transgender Identities, Lying to Parents

    When you drop your child off at school, you shouldn’t have to worry that any part of their education is kept a secret from you.  But that’s exactly what parents feared in Madison, Wisconsin, after they found out that teachers were keeping important information about students from their parents. In fact, the Madison Metropolitan School […]

  • She Should Have Earned Four State Titles, But Lost to Male Athletes

    As a college athlete, I understand what it’s like to put in hard work every day trying to achieve your dreams. From early morning practices to late night study sessions, being a high-level athlete requires extreme sacrifice, discipline, and dedication. There is nothing sweeter than succeeding when you know you have put in the time […]

  • In the cancel culture era, what happened to mercy?

    “What do you think of cancel culture?” When a fan posed this question to Australian musician Nick Cave, he took to his online forum The Red Hand Files to respond.  In his response, Cave condemned our society’s seeming refusal to embrace civil discourse and diversity of opinion. But he also cast a vision for the […]

  • U.S. Supreme Court Rules Religious Orgs Can’t Be Forced to Fund Abortion

    Today, the Supreme Court upheld U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) rules that protect the conscience rights of religious and pro-life organizations. This is great news! The Supreme Court made it clear that the government has no business forcing organizations such as Little Sisters of the Poor, a group of Catholic religious sisters, […]

  • Supreme Court Decision Allows Abortion Industry Interests Over Women’s Health and Safety

    Today, the Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that protected women’s health and safety. Our laws should protect women. Unfortunately, this ruling follows the Court’s previous ruling on a similar Texas law. RELATED‘True Bravery’ as Pregnancy Center Stands Up to Planned Parenthood Louisiana’s law, Act 620, treated abortion doctors the same as doctors at […]

  • ‘True Bravery’ as Pregnancy Center Stands Up to Planned Parenthood

    In today’s turbulent political climate, speaking the truth is often an act of bravery. Lately it seems like many who are willing to speak up are met with malice, anger, and even threats. To make a stand for what’s right during this time is noble, but it is also increasingly rare. Standing up to a […]

  • Unexpected Encouragement from J.K. Rowling on the Fight for Preserving Women’s Rights

    I grew up with Harry Potter. I read the first book when I was 10 years old, around the same age as Harry at the very beginning of the series. I waited excitedly each year for the next book to come out and devoured it as soon it did—sometimes staying awake into the wee hours […]