Ben Rawlence’s book follows nine remarkable refugees in Kenya’s Dadaab camp, which is home to 350,000 people.
It is an important reminder that a vast majority of the world’s refugees never get as far as a boat or a border of the developed world. They remain, like the inhabitants of Dadaab, in an indefinite limbo of penury and fear, unwanted and largely forgotten.
Anthony Esolen’s new book offers a bracing diagnosis and prescription for contemporary American culture.
Obianuju Ekeocha of Culture of Life Africa has called it “The Dictatorship of the Wealthy Donor” (Watch the Video).
The problem is that liberals are calling anything they dislike “discrimination.” But liberals are getting it wrong.
Australia's Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced this week that the government would send $9.5 million to support the overseas operations of abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
Last year, Utah became the first state to declare pornography a public health crisis, and now two other states have followed suit.
Denial was an inspiration and a challenge to me on many levels. It is a reminder that when we step up and fight injustice, instead of taking the more comfortable option of ‘settling’, then as long as we are willing to work hard, conduct painstaking research, develop careful strategy and build a strong team, we can indeed win.
The freedom to choose your beliefs, and to share them with others, is the most important human right. When I met Alex Aan, we had a fascinating discussion. I talked to him about Christopher Hitchens, whom he had not read; he talked to me about Jesus Christ, whom he had.
Human rights activist Benedict Rogers explains how he realised that his true home was in the Catholic Church.
There is good news in the battle against pornography. Many smart and dedicated people are addressing the problem. As families and schools, we can draw hope from that and make use of their good work.
When unconditional love is missing, self-centeredness expands, and sin rushes in to fill the void.
Islamic terrorists must be chortling as they contemplate the decadence of America’s elite.
The truth is that science already has answered this question, loud and clear. It’s really pretty simple. You take an egg from a female and a sperm cell from a male. The sperm penetrates the egg. And now you have one cell with the complete amount of genetic material needed for everything a human could ever want to do.
It shouldn't be considered remarkable that all three major broadcast networks offered a news story on the tens of thousands who came for the 2017 March for Life. But it is.