In most of the commentary written about the late Margaret Thatcher, little has been said about her strong Christian faith.
A huge complex has been uncovered near what could be the birthplace of Abraham. The site in Iraq was discovered by a team of British archaeologists near the city of Ur.
Tens of thousands of health care professionals, union workers and community organizers are being hired as "navigators" to help Americans choose Obamacare options, beginning October 1.
On Easter Sunday one might expect to hear a biblically-based sermon about the resurrection of Jesus Christ. That's not what President Obama and his family heard at St. John's Church across from the White House.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports there were nearly 20 million new venereal infections in the U.S. in 2008, bringing the total number of sexually transmitted infections at the time to more than 110 million. That's one-third of the country.
We are living in a modern-day Corinth where everything is to be tolerated. When there are no constraints, anything goes. There is nothing to stop this or anything else. Fairness, not God, now defines everything and God is giving us over to a corrupt mind and a started spirit.
As President Obama visits Israel, he ought to wake up to the real threat. That threat has nothing to do with Israel and everything to do with advancing Islam.
I still think the best way to unite Republicans and conservatives is to show what works. Showcase people who have been inspired by conservative values to make something of themselves, overcoming obstacles in the process. Minimize theory and maximize results.
Former president Bill Clinton has come out in favor of reversing the Defense of Marriage Act, a measure he signed into law in 1997 which protects marriage as between one man and one woman. He says things have changed. They certainly have.
Need any more evidence that the sequester is political theater? Consider these stories.
A single-payer system will inevitably lead to rationing of care and that will lead to decisions by government bureaucrats, not doctors, on who gets approved for surgery and who doesn't. This will be based on a utilitarian ethic, not the uniqueness of human beings created by God.
When someone in the White House threatens the Washington Post's Bob Woodward for telling the truth, you know the administration's arrogance has reached new heights.
This Sunday night, the History Channel will begin a 10-part series called "The Bible." The film is the best depiction I have seen of events written in God's word.
On Friday, government must cut spending, but of course it is doing no such thing. It will have to reduce the rate of increased spending, which to Washington is a cut.
You would think the maiden speech by our new Secretary of State would bear some semblance to reality; something about the dangerous state of the world and America's role in it. If you thought that you would be wrong. Instead, John Kerry spoke about climate change.
No matter how much evidence piles up, governments in the UK and here in America are not confronting the threat of Islamic terrorism among us.
There has never been an archaeological discovery in Israel that has disproved the Bible. Not one. And since archaeology constantly confirms biblical truth, what the Bible says about Jesus and his redemptive life, death and resurrection is also true.
He's said it before and he'll probably say it again. In his State of the Union address Wednesday night, President Obama said all his proposals would not add a single dime to the debt. Really?
It was remarkable to hear the president's basic philosophy undermined by a brilliant doctor. We need more people like that who speak the truth.
While the number of converts remains small in France, annual conversions have doubled in the past 25 years, presenting a growing challenge to that country, according to anti-terrorism officials.