Trump’s Pick for Secretary of State Deserves Close Scrutiny from Conservatives

President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of State, Rex TIllerson, the CEO of ExxonMobil, may be his most controversial appointment yet for conservatives, and is most certainly not an ally of conservative principles when it comes to life, family, and marriage. There are several reasons for caution regarding the possible…

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Public University Awards Credit for Volunteering at Planned Parenthood but not for Teaching Christian classes

A public university in Wisconsin is awarding credit to students for volunteering at Planned Parenthood presentations yet simultaneously refusing to award students credit for volunteering teaching classes to children in a Christian environment. Students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire are required to serve 30 hours of service learning in…

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UN Pushes Abortion on Refugees and Migrants

The United Nations recently held their first ever Summit for Refugees and Migrants. During that meeting the assembly adopted the New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants. According to a press release, the Declaration’s alleged purpose is to “express the political will of world leaders to save lives, protect rights,…

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New California Law Protecting Planned Parenthood may “Silence Whistleblowers”

A few weeks ago, California Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 1671 into law, criminalizing the recording or distribution of conversations with healthcare providers. Because existing laws in California already criminalize recording private conversations, many view the bill as an assault on journalism and free speech. The California Family Council previously urged Governor Jerry Brown to…

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