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    Filmmaker on Why Media Didn’t Cover Gosnell Case: ‘It Asks Too Many Awkward Questions’

    Producer Phelim McAleer talked today at The Heritage Foundation about his new project, “Gosnell,” a movie that examines the case of criminal abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Speaking at Heritage’s Bloggers Briefing, McAleer mused about why the media had largely ignored the Gosnell case: They just find more interesting stories when a … More

    Meet the Stanford Senior Who Stood Up for Marriage Against Intolerance

    Despite attempts to silence her and like-minded friends, Stanford University senior Judy Romea refused to back down. Romea, president of a campus group, had hoped to create a civil atmosphere during an all-day conference at Stanford that she helped organize to discuss “marriage, family, and sexual integrity.”  Then the school’s … More

    Will Hollywood Covet More Heavenly Box Office of Faith-Centered Films?

    “Heaven Is for Real” rose to the nation’s No. 3 movie over Easter weekend, adding to the success this year of films with religious themes in competing with standard Hollywood blockbusters. “Son of God,” “God’s Not Dead,” “Noah,” and now “Heaven Is for Real” all had exceptional debuts that placed … More

    It’s a Lot More Likely You’ll Hear a Liberal Commencement Speaker

    Liberal speakers at college commencements outnumber conservative speakers by two to one, a study by Campus Reform shows. This spring’s list of commencement speakers includes President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, as well as their Democratic predecessors in those offices – Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Not on the … More

    "Gosnell" Filmmakers Speak at Heritage About Raising Over $1 Million

    Watch live streaming video from heritagefoundation at livestream.com “Gosnell,” a movie in the works about notorious abortionist Kermit Gosnell, has now raised over $1 million through a crowdfunding campaign, making it the largest non-celebrity promoted film of its kind.  The film’s co-producer, Phelim McAleer, will speak at The Heritage Foundation on Tuesday, … More

    Ben Carson: ‘We’re Being Manipulated’ by Those ‘Trying to Divide Us’

    Dr. Ben Carson slammed the culture of political correctness and partisan labels at a WPEC-TV town hall panel held Thursday at the station’s studio in West Palm Beach, Florida, arguing that it has stifled free expression in America—namely religious freedom. “We’re being manipulated. We’re being played by those people who … More

    Movie on Notorious Abortionist Kermit Gosnell Sets Funding Record

    UPDATE: The “Gosnell” movie hit a new milestone Saturday. The crowdfunding campaign topped $1 million, which makes it the largest non-celebrity film on any crowdfunding website, according to the movie’s producers. Thousands of donors have made pledges totaling more than $900,000 to finance a movie about Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit … More

    From Good Friday to a Celebratory Weekend

    As we head into a sacred weekend for many Americans, The Foundry would like to share these inspiring words with you. Have a wonderful celebration. Excerpts from President Ronald Reagan’s Radio Address to the Nation on the Observance of Easter and Passover, April 2, 1983 My fellow Americans: This week … More

    Seriously? Are the French Really Overworked?

    Does anyone really believe the French are overworked? Despite the fact that laws already exist mandating a 35-hour work week, a French court has found some employees need even more protection from being overworked. A new agreement with employers gives more than 300,000 tech-sector workers added guarantees that the “always … More

    Rendering to God What Is God’s

    This year tax day falls on Tuesday of the Christian Holy Week—the day on which, according to the Gospel accounts, Jesus was asked about paying taxes to Caesar. Using an age-old political tactic, Jesus’ opponents posed a question that’s answer was sure to alienate some segment of the public. “Is … More