Pope Francis did not have one of his finest outings Sunday, as he accidentally recited the Italian equivalent of the F-bomb during his weekly blessing at the Vatican.
Purdue University seems to have changed its stripes of late when it comes to religious indoctrination, as the school that once defended the right of a private speaker to blaspheme Jesus is now banning an alumni donor from using the word “God” on a plaque to avoid offending someone.
The leadership, the anecdotes, the numbers — they add up to a case that America’s youth is leading the pro-life charge, and will continue to do so for years to come.
If I hear one more conservative complain that the A&E Network violated Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s free speech rights by suspending him from the show, I’m going to scream.
It’s not that often you hear about a store putting a product back on the shelves after it had originally been pulled, but that’s exactly what happened today.
“God save the United States and this honorable court,” intoned the Supreme Court marshal yesterday to formally begin the Court’s oral arguments in a case arising from a New York town’s decade-old tradition of opening its town council meetings with a prayer.