American presidents have in rare moments of national crisis laid claim to the use of constitutionally dubious "emergency powers."
When the Kansas Legislature convenes in January 2012, one issue that will likely not receive serious consideration is the matter of school choice.
Thus, under the new policy, religious institutions are only rewarded with a religious exemption if they restrict their activities to worship. But if they function as full participants in society, bringing their faith to bear…
There is significant room for debate over which, if any, public policies can strengthen marriage. But the ferocity of the criticism directed against those who would even try bodes ill for the children who need…
If sanity is ever to be restored to our nation’s approach to the issue of abortion, legislation like the clinic licensure bill currently before the Kansas Legislature will be key to the process.
It is tempting to hope that as time goes by, respect for women and their equal dignity and value will increase, making gender-selection abortion attractive to fewer and fewer people.
The right to rent “Hot Tub Time Machine” is not in jeopardy. The right to adhere to orthodox Christian beliefs while working in academia, medicine, and elsewhere very much is.
Catholics are motivated by their belief that marriage between a man and a woman is the arrangement chosen by God for the expression of conjugal love and for the creation and rearing of children.
Legislators in Nebraska were motivated by a desire to avoid becoming what Kansas has long been: the late-term abortion capital of the country.
According to a 2009 Gallup poll, a majority of Americans now identify themselves as pro-life — the first time this has been the case since Gallup began asking the question, and a dramatic change from…