New campaign to ban terrorists from Twitter

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A pro-Israel group has launched a citizen email campaign demanding that Twitter ban the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas from using its Internet communication service. In its "No Twitter more…

'I could not put it down'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By Michael Thompson "I read the entire book in one sitting; I could not put it down." This description of New York Times best-selling author and radio personality more…

Christians in bull's-eye for airstrikes

by Michael Carl -- Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir is launching new attacks against the mostly Christian Nuba people, according to a new report from Christian Solidarity International USA President Dr. John Eibner. more…

Poll: 45% would rather skip Christmas

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (CNBC) — Despite a whittling away of consumer debt that has been underway since the recession, many Americans are still entering the holiday season unprepared to cope with more…

Hindu, Buddhist win 1st-time seats in Congress

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WASHINGTON TIMES) The 113th Congress won’t be sworn in until January, but it’s already making history on the religious-diversity front. Hawaii Democrat Tulsi Gabbard scored a first as the first Hindu elected more…

Christians are key to saving refugees

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="h0ODB4NjoyeddZARiCblkiDbtsbIf5zv"] North Korea routinely ranks at the top of lists of the world's nations in terms of most repression, least open to the rest of the world more…

China's communism opening up to Christianity?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The leader of a Christian outreach in China says the recent power transition in the Communist government could mean good things for long-persecuted Christians there. Maybe. That's according more…

Pope to world: Learn Latin

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (ST. LOUIS REVIEW) — VATICAN CITY -- Pope Benedict XVI has established the "Pontifical Academy of Latinity" to promote the study of the Latin language and culture, and more…