CWA joins with concerned and outraged people from around the world to protest the inhumane and brutal actions of the Al Qaeda-associated group, Boko Haram in Nigeria. Read More
The leaks before the President’s 2014 State of the Union Speech (SOTU) threatened that Mr. Obama would take “pen and phone” to bypass Congress; instead the president gave a softer speech than was expected. The harsh partisan undertones were softened by well-polled language and tried-and-true rhetorical techniques. Income inequality was addressed in terms of providing “opportunity.” Environmental issues were presented, typically, as something we do “for children” — to give them a “safer, more stable world.” Immigration reform was couched in terms of “fulfilling dreams” and “creating jobs for everyone.” Even so, there was no softening the inevitable polarization caused by a blame-shifting President who demonizes his opponents.
What do you do to an organization whose carefully cultivated PR campaign hides the fact that it’s the nation’s largest surgical abortion provider? Find Out Here
We believe it’s morally wrong for any organization to receive federal funds when it has discrepancies between the image it promotes and the realities of its actions and bottom line.
Uganda, the nation that has led the world in the fight against AIDS and HIV infections with its abstinence-based program, is taking on a new challenge. The predominantly Christian nation is taking a biblical and cultural stand against the radical homosexual agenda. Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, shares more on this courageous action and the impact it will likely have on the sensibilities of some liberal westerners.