List by Month: 1-2012

Christian Bus Tour Kicks Off Today In South Carolina

01.19.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A "Values Voter" bus tour sponsored by the Family Research Council and the Heritage Foundation - kicked off today in South Carolina and will continue through election day. F.R.C. President Tony Perkins says the purpose of the bus tour is to uphold ...

U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Hear Prayer Case

01.19.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to review a case to bar a North Carolina county from invoking prayers in Jesus' name. The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty filed a brief in the case arguing that while the Constitution permits the use of ...

Twin Births Spike In P.A.

01.19.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Twin births have spike in Pennsylvania. The rate of moms giving birth to twins in the Keystone State has doubled in the past thirty years. Five other states can make the same claim. The growth in "twinning", according to Joyce Martin, one of the ...

Rick Santorum Staffer Says Women Don't Have the Biblical Right to Be President

01.19.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A comment that a female president of the U.S. could be against biblical teaching is causing problems for a staffer of Rick Santorum.  "The Des Moines Register" says Jamie Johnson sent an email over the summer asking, quote, "Is it God's ...

Girl Scouts Under Fire Again

01.18.12 | Bob Price

A 21-year-old employee of the Girl Scouts has resigned because of the way she was treated over a pro-life t-shirt she was wearing while off duty.

Research Shows T.V. Programs Don't Show Traditional Marriage In A Positive Light

01.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

  New research from the Parents Television Council shows network T.V. increasingly portrays non-married sexual relationships in a positive light, while doing the exact opposite for married couples. The PTC's Melissa Henson says Hollywood is ...

Quick Access To New York/Pennsylvania Online Tax Filing Systems

01.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

As of January 17th, you can file your taxes online in both New York and Pennsylvania. Taxpayers in New York and Pennsylvania have until midnight, Tuesday, April 17, to file income tax returns.Pennsylvania information:    Nearly 70-percent ...

High Winds Do Damage In NY, PA

01.18.12 | Sarah Harnisch

  There were live wires knocked down in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, with wind gusts there logged at 50 miles an hour. Emergency officials were worried that people might get electrocuted. The gusts were clocked at 35 miles an hour in ...

FOCUS: The Trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse and Hope for Healing

01.17.12 | Barb Short

Recent news reports of the sexual abuse of children associated with major universities has exposed a horrific crime against our children that goes largely unidentified. It is estimated that there are 60 million survivors of sexual abuse in America ...

Study: Babies Learn To Talk By Reading Faces

01.17.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a new study that shows babies need close-up facetime with their parents to learn how to talk. The researchers found newborns spent a lot of time looking directly into the eyes of those holding them. Then at 6 months old, the babies switched ...