Hawaii's governor ended months of speculation by vetoing contentious civil unions legislation that would have granted gay, lesbian and opposite-sex couples the same rights and benefits that the state provides to married couples.
Obama condemned for invoking race and religion in border dispute
A Christian law firm will assist Arizona in its defense against the Obama Justice Department's lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of The Grand Canyon State's immigration enforcement statute.
Perspective: Open-Borders DOJ vs. America
The Obama administration's lawsuit against Arizona, officially unveiled on Tuesday, is an affront to all law-abiding Americans.
Principals wrong in 'Candy Cane' case
An appeals court has ruled that two elementary school principals in Texas can be held liable for restricting religious speech of students.
Conservatism spreading in Canadian media
A Canadian pro-family activist is welcoming the announcement that a media conglomerate is planning to launch what is being dubbed "Fox News North."