Samantha Kamman has written about pro-life topics and social issues for years. Her articles have appeared in Live Action News, The Washington Examiner and Human Defense Initiative. Samantha graduated from North Central College in 2018, obtaining a Bachelor of Arts. She is a Lutheran, and her favorite Bible verse is Phillippians 4:13.
A former immigration official during the Trump administration said that there must be “historic deportations” if Donald Trump is reelected president in 2024, stating that there is “no other option” during a recent panel discussion focused on the crisis at the southern border.
A trans activist and his wife have been arrested and charged with endangering the welfare of their 10-year-old autistic son because they allegedly forced him to live in “squalid” conditions, with authorities finding buckets of feces in the house.
Hostility against churches in the United States appears to be on the rise, according to a recent Family Research Council report that identified 436 incidents against churches in 2023, more than double the amount reported by the group in 2022 and eight times the number identified in 2018.
Pro-lifers are alarmed by a proposed Biden administration rule that could potentially end federal funding for pregnancy resource centers and other organizations that provide free resources and counseling services to pregnant women in need.
A National Health Service trust in the United Kingdom defended the practice of men who identify as female breastfeeding babies by using drugs to induce lactation, claiming that the milk from men is as healthy for babies as breast milk from a woman.
While it remains unclear what types of abortion-related legislation the former president would support if elected again, a recent New York Times report has generated attention from several pro-life groups.
Federal agency awards nearly $1M to 3 universities to make biology classes 'inclusive' for trans students
A federal agency has awarded nearly $1 million in taxpayer funding to three academic institutions to help make undergraduate biology courses more “inclusive” for trans-identifying students, claiming that most courses “inaccurately categorize sex and gender as binary.”
An Indiana Catholic couple whose child was removed from their home following disagreements over their son expressing a desire to identify as the opposite sex are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to hear their case.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is standing by its decision to dismiss a 90-year-old volunteer after she reportedly expressed confusion about her colleague signing emails with their pronouns, claiming that the woman violated its diversity, equity and inclusion guidelines.
The U.S. Department of State has announced the various ways it will implement President Joe Biden's executive order tasking agencies to advance equity through the federal government, which includes "advancing gender equity and equality."