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In responses to UFI’s poll question, “In public schools, is it appropriate for the bible and other significant religious text to be available and used as an educational resource?” 90% of our blog readers said “Yes!” But that won't be happening if federal judges have...

Do you treat your spouse with the same courtesy and tenderness that you treat your pets?  In a light-hearted “feel-good” article from the New York Times, we are instructed in ways to improve our marriage by mirroring the way that most people deal with their...

The news is full of  reports on the economic crisis in Greece.  Many don't realize that Spain is near financial collapse as well.  Our friends at Population Research Institute have a post that we think is worth sharing.  This article contains important lessons for all...

Congratulations! to all students who will be wearing a cap and gown over the next few weeks.  We honor each graduate and look forward to all of the amazing things that the graduating classes of 2010 will accomplish during the coming years. We thought we’d point...

Just one day after the abortion industry in Britain started running TV ads to solicit more customers, the British Department of Health released their most recent statistics on abortion.  Telegraph.co.uk  begins their news article with:  “More than 1,000 children under 15 had an abortion last...

In a new low for television advertising, the Marie Stopes International UK is now running ads on British television for abortion services.  It is an advertising campaign with a deceptively simple question:  “Are you late?”  The word “abortion” is never mentioned. "If you're pregnant and not...

United Families International recently sent out an alert discussing the revisions to the  of the State of Texas curriculum for history and social studies.  We wanted to pass on some new information; particularly for our readers who are residents of Texas.  Please write and express...

At a time when we have one of the largest environmental disasters in the history of the U.S. and a massive part of the Gulf region economy at risk, we also have agenda politics at play in Washington D. C. When the Obama administration was assembling...

An article on Texas textbooks may not appear to be of interest to our international community. However, the world movement toward secularism and one world government may have just met its match. The great state of Texas, in a bold move, is taking on the...

In responses to UFI’s poll question, “Should same-sex couples be allowed to adopt?” over 98% of our blog readers said “No.”   As they say on a famous game show:  “Good Answer!” Many individuals know intuitively how important it is that children have both a mother and...

Last week we posted a story about a teen mother in the state of Pennsylvania who was coerced into having an abortion.  We expressed shock that U.S. courts would force abortion upon a mother.  We were not thinking, however, of the thousands of women every...

We had a lot of interest in Population Research Institute's  youtube cartoon presentations on the myths surrounding overpopulation.  PRI recently released another video; this time on world hunger.  We think you'll enjoy this one too.  "Thank you"to Population Research Institute! We also wanted to share some...

We are a little concerned about entering into the fray surrounding the cause of the dramatic spike of autism cases.  We, however, decided that this information should at least be looked at and considered. Several pro-life organizations are reporting on a new study recently released by...

Although not entirely unexpected, we are sad for the families of Portugal that will now be forced to accept same-sex marriage.  On Wednesday, President Aníbal Cavaco Silva, signed the bill stating that he knew his veto could and would be overrode by lawmakers and that...

Let your voice be heard!  Vote on the current UFI poll question -  Should same-sex couples be able to adopt? Click HERE and scroll to bottom of the page to cast your vote!...

UFI asked people should it be harder to get a divorce and 90% say yes! New York is being pressured to do just the opposite.  They are considering whether or not to  ease up on their divorce laws.  Currently, NY remains the only state in the...

“Don’t let your children grow up to be couch potatoes,” begins an article in the Montreal Gazette.  The newspaper was announcing yet another study on the effects of television viewing upon young children.  This time the research was done by academics at Université de Montréal,...

Ahhh…the irony is rich.  James Thomson, the first scientist to isolate and culture human embryonic stem cells; the man who, back in 2005, told President Bush he was wrong about not allowing federal tax dollars to go towards embryonic stem cell research, the man who...

In a surprising move to those who actively combat the spread of pornography in our culture, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) recently announced the release of  new draft diagnostic guidelines that identify pornography addiction as a form of “hypersexual disorder” and thus worthy of serious...

Our friends at Population Resource Institute (PRI) have produced a series of YouTube videos that eloquently and simply explain some of the myths surrounding demographics and overpopulation.  They’re short and fun to watch.  Take just a couple of minutes to enjoy and learn. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZVOU5bfHrM&hl=en_US&fs=1&] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBS6f-JVvTY&hl=en_US&fs=1&]...

As the insolvency of Greece rocks the financial underpinning of the world (with countries like Spain and Portugal not far behind) one has to wonder whether or not individuals who control the politics and the purse strings of a country are at all familiar with...

China has been involved in coercive abortion for years, driven primarily by a perceived need to enforce their appalling program known as the “one child policy.”  But did you know that forced abortion is happening in the U.S. as well?  Consider this case reported on...