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Contrary to the claims of groups like Planned Parenthood and Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SEICUS), not to mention popular media, most teens are not having sex.  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) puts down that myth once again...

With all of the emotion and commotion surrounding California’s Prop 8 ruling, we neglected to post on the outcome of Kenya’s vote on a new constitution.  As feared, the Kenya constitution passed with the inclusion of the competing language of “every person has a right...

When the term subversive is mentioned people usually imagine a scene out of some spy-thriller blockbuster, but subversive tactics are far from exclusive to double-agents, danger, and deceit.  In fact, the latest international efforts against the family are nothing less than blockbuster-worthy subversion.  Subversion can...

In a stunning display of judicial arrogance, U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker overturned California’s Prop 8—California’s Amendment defining marriage as between one man and one woman.   This is the first case in U.S. history where “thoughts, motivations, and personal beliefs” of seven million voters were...

There’s a new piece of U.S. legislation in the works that purports to help women, but the reality is far different.  The International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA), Senate Bill 2982, has a great sounding name.  Who, of course, could oppose protecting women against violence? ...

Wednesday, August 4, is the day that Kenyan’s vote on a new constitution that has the potential to stabilize their volatile country, but will also put in place constitutional wording that will produce a similar outcome to “Roe v. Wade.”   That outcome?  Legalized abortion for...

After more than 5,000 students protested the firing of Dr. Ken Howell--not to mention formal legal representation by Alliance Defense Fund (ADF)--the adjunct professor of religion at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign was reinstated. The 12-year veteran teacher was dismissed from teaching “Introduction to Catholicism” after he...

The Russian Federation was pleased to report to the U.N.’s Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) Committee that, for the first time in decades, the Russian birth rate now exceeds their abortion rate—a change that should be acknowledged and...

Summertime means the annual National Education Association Convention.   The National Education Association (NEA) is the largest professional organization and labor union in the U.S. and its influence on education reaches around the world.  Their power and influence extends from the walls of the school room...

There have been two “fired” professors in the news lately.  Both were dismissed from their teaching assignments because a student complained of being “offended” by the professors’ remarks on homosexuality. In June 2007, June Sheldon adjunct professor at San Jose/Evergreen Community College District, made a statement...

The ACLU filed a lawsuit on July 22 seeking to force the state of Montana to provide legal status to same-sex couples in spite of the state’s constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage. The Montana marriage amendment was passed in 2004 with 67 percent of voters...

“Marriage is dead,”. . . or, at least,  no longer necessary was the Nietzchean-like declaration of two young, female writers in Newsweek last month.  In an article entitled "The Case Against Marriage," Jessica Bennett and Jesse Ellison lay-out with dismissive nonchalance, and not a small...

Do you believe that individuals should wait until after they’re married before engaging in sex?   If you answered “yes” to that question, The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) believes you’re wrong.    They are working very hard to make that belief...

When UFI last reported on the Obama administration’s involvement in the upcoming August 4 vote on Kenya’s new constitution, the taxpayer tab was $686,000.  But the tally has gone way up: “The Inspector General (IG) for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Donald Gambatesa, has...

The fetal pain question has always seemed outrageous and irrelevant to me.  Debating at what point an unborn baby feels pain so that an abortion can be performed “painlessly” is horrific, dehumanizing and oh so cavalier.  It’s the equivalent of saying:  “No worries…I’m going to...

United Families International is pleased to announce that Trivani Foundation has joined the Stay Alive team. "The Stay Alive Program is an international program created to address the HIV/AIDS problem in many parts of the world in order to save lives and offer a...

Perhaps you saw the article “When Wives Earn More:  Important advice about the pitfalls and pluses of this growing trend” in your local newspaper’s Sunday section of USA Weekend.  The article acknowledges the reality that this difficult economic situation has forced more women into the...

“Yes, abortion is killing, but it is the lesser of two evils,” states the title of an article in England’s The Times. If you want a peek at the heart and soul of a radical abortion-supporting feminist, you’ll want to read this article. The article’s author,...

This is a first for us at UFI--promoting a contest.  Let us state at the outset that we are not connected in anyway to the sponsor nor can we vouch for the company, but this is something we believe to be important and want to...

With passage of same-sex marriage bill in the Chamber of Deputies (lower house of its National Congress), Argentina seems poised to implement same-sex marriage.  The country’s Senate is scheduled to vote Wednesday, July 14, on the bill. Even though the Senate’s general law committee earlier this...

Be prepared to be shocked and disturbed when you visit U.S. Debt Clock. org This "debt-clock" shows the rate at which the U.S. and various countries of the world are spiraling out of control.  You'll see everything from social security and medicare debt to mortgage...