• Catholic Employers Win Lawsuit Against HHS Birth Control Mandate; Avoid $6.9 Million in Fines

    Hundreds of Catholic employers have been relieved of millions of dollars in crippling fines after a judge granted them relief from the penalties of violating the federal birth control mandate requiring organizations provide coverage of contraception and abortifacients in employee health care... Read more
  • US Supreme Court Dubious About Calif. Law Targeting Crisis-Pregnancy Centers

    WASHINGTON — Justices on both sides of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ideological divide sharply questioned a California law that requires licensed pregnancy centers to post contact information for free abortions. During the March 20 oral arguments in National Institute of Family and Life... Read more
  • Efforts to rewrite Indian history worry Christians, Muslims

    New Delhi: Christian and Muslim leaders in India are appalled by federal government moves to "revise" the country's history in a bid to push a pro-Hindu narrative. Reuters revealed last week that a committee appointed by the Narendra Modi government has been working for six months to prove... Read more
  • Red Rose Rescue Protesters Receive Sentence

    On Feb. 21, 2018 five Red Rose Rescuers- namely myself Monica Miller, Will Goodman, Patrice Woodworth, Matthew Connolly, and Robert "Doc" Kovaly were found guilty by a six person jury of trespassing and also interference with an officer (we practiced passive resistance) stemming from our... Read more
  • Report: Abortion Providers Reaped Billion-Dollar Tax Windfall 2013-2015

    WASHINGTON — Three major abortion providers received more than $1.5 billion in taxpayer funds over a three-year period, with a significant portion of the funds going to Planned Parenthood affiliates under legal scrutiny for allegedly selling fetal tissue and other violations. The Government... Read more
  • Crushing religious schools with state funding

    The UK government has crafted an educational mandate for religious schools' curriculum that Sohrab Ahmari at Commentary calls “Orwellian.” Under the proposal, all schools would be required to teach children from age 4 and up “age-appropriate” content that includes information about... Read more
  • What is the law? When can we ignore it?

    Civil authorities make many bad laws. This is an inescapable part of the human condition. The majority of bad laws are simple failures of prudence: These laws do not, for a wide variety of reasons, accomplish the ends for which they are enacted and, in the process of not accomplishing those... Read more
  • Wheaton wins one for religious nonprofits

    Wheaton College has secured what even the Little Sisters of the Poor has not: A permanent injunction against the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive and abortifacient mandate. After five years of legal wrangling, a U.S. district court judge’s Feb. 22 ruling finally freed the college from... Read more
  • Bolivia’s President Revokes Evangelism Restrictions

    Yesterday, Bolivia’s evangelical leaders led a national day of prayer and fasting in response to their socialist government making evangelism a crime. That same Sunday, their president went on TV to answer their prayers. President Evo Morales Ayma announced that he will tell the South... Read more
  • ACLU to Spend $25M on Abortion, Other Issues in 2018 Midterms

    The American Civil Liberties Union plans to become a hub of the anti-Trump movement and is willing to spend more than $25 million for political activism in the 2018 midterms, according to a report. "It's clear that a larger portion of the American public is deeply engaged in politics in a way... Read more