Media Coverage featuring EIE

February 2, 2024 FISM.TV: Faith and politics, trio of events in nation’s capital underscore religious divide

Evangelical leaders, rabbis, lawmakers, and intercessors from diverse nations gathered in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday for the National Gathering for Prayer and Repentance. The sold-out event, which was held at the Museum of the Bible, was conceived by Tony Perkins, founder of the Family Research Council, and Dr. Jim Garlow, Founder and CEO of ...MORE..

January 18, 2024 Epoch Times: Legislators Race to Protect Minors From AI Deepfake Exploitation

‘It’s kind of scary. We have a good child pornography law here that is pretty broad, but it doesn’t address AI’ Amid increasing reports from young girls and their parents about deepfake AI-generated sexual images landing on the phones of classmates, neighbors, and child predators, some state legislators are rushing to enact legislation to ...MORE..

December 6, 2023 Loudoun Times-Mirror: At Leesburg event, officials and activists say social media, porn pose threat to young people

Young people are at risk of exploitation as technology evolves, according to officials and activists who spoke at the Protecting Kids Online Community Town Hall in Leesburg on Nov. 30. "The internet has opened up a perfect storm for the online exploitation of children," event moderator Donna Rice Hughes told about 300 people at Cornerstone Chape ...MORE..

November 21, 2023 Broadband Breakfast: Improved Age Verification Allows States to Consider Restricting Social Media

WASHINGTON, November 20, 2023 — A Utah law requiring age verification for social media accounts is likely to face First Amendment lawsuits, experts warned during an online panel Wednesday hosted by Broadband Breakfast. The law, set to take effect in March 2024, mandates that all social media users in Utah verify their age and imposes additional ...MORE..

August 17, 2023 USA TODAY: Think twice about that first-day-of-school photo: Tips for keeping kids safe online this school year

As summer beings to wind down and school starts once again, social media platforms are flooded with back-to-school photos of smiling kids in their best outfits posted by proud parents. Accompanied by captions celebrating the start of 4th grade at So-And-So Elementary or props written on colorful paper sharing a child’s age or class name, these ...MORE..

August 10, 2023 KCEN Texas News: Be mindful of social media posts for back-to-school

Experts say sharing minimal details about your child is the best option. Most parents are eager to share their kids' first day of school in a social media post online. However, what you decide to post has the potential to put your family in danger. Enough Is Enough® internet safety organization spokesperson Kathy Hatem says sex traffickers recru ...MORE..

January 5, 2023 National Review: Louisiana Protects Minors from Porn

Obscenity is a national scourge and is not protected by the First Amendment. But few do anything about its proliferation, including to children. Until now. A new law has just gone into effect in Louisiana that will require people accessing porn on the internet to prove they are of age... For more information on the terrible harm inflicted by por ...MORE..

November 4, 2022 The Today Show: What is sextortion? One mom is warning parents after son’s death

Braden Markus, 15, had what his mother said was an "amazing weekend of football" on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2021. To celebrate, the Ohio teen ordered his favorite food, then "spent the rest of the night doing homework, playing Xbox with his cousins and sleeping," his mom wrote in a Facebook post. "Typical life of a teenager," Jennifer Argiro-Markus, ...MORE..

October 16, 2022 The Washington Stand: 'Their Priorities Are Completely Wrong': Biden DOJ Backs Off Child Porn Cases to Prosecute Political Enemies

At a time when the internet has seen a massive increase in child pornography, FBI officials have been told child porn investigations are “no longer an FBI priority”; they should now focus on purported cases of domestic extremism, an agency source has revealed. And the Biden administration has seemingly stopped prosecuting obscenity cases altog ...MORE..

September 23, 2022 Fox News: Police warn parents about 'school photo' trend of oversharing on social media

As students adjust to returning to school this fall, law enforcement members and online safety experts are reminding parents to be cautious about the information they share on social media. It may give predators access to children and scammers access to personal information... Donna Rice Hughes is an internet safety expert and president and CEO ...MORE..

September 8, 2022 Washington Stand: Goodbye, Exploitation- Instagram Suspends Pornhub’s Account Amid Criminal Allegations

Over the weekend, Instagram delivered a hit to the pornography industry by deplatforming Pornhub from its audience of over 13 million followers. The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) claims the Meta-owned company’s action is a result of their lobbying against the organization. In a press release, CEO Dawn Hawkins applauds Instagram ...MORE..

July 23, 2022 Behind the Badge: As summer heats up, parents need to be vigilant about kids’ internet use

As the weather heats up, summer vacation lingers and boredom sets in, more kids are venturing indoors and looking for things to do. Left to their own, um, devices, many children turn to online gaming, surf the internet or communicate via social media. Along with the enjoyment and diversion of the built-in babysitter also come the dangers and pit ...MORE..

April 25, 2022 Behind the Badge: Parents beware- Bullying, Pedophilia, Theft, Griefing, Doxing, Exploitation and Kill Stealing among on-line gaming risks

To say online gaming is ever-present seems to be an understatement. According to the Entertainment Software Association, 227 million Americans play video games. Worldwide, an estimated 2.7 billion people are gamers. In 2019, video gaming was a $59 billion industry, boosted in large part by children and teens, who were confined to their homes durin ...MORE..

October 29, 2021 CBN: TikTok, YouTube and Snapchat say Their Sites are Safe But Senators Disagree

Lawmakers are trying to decide if Big Tech and the World Wide Web should be regulated to protect children, as they investigate social media giants and whether key safeguards exist. TikTok, YouTube, and Snapchat entered the Capitol Hill crossfire Tuesday, defending their platforms before the Senate subcommittee to protect children online while ho ...MORE..

October 12, 2021 National Review: Donna Rice Hughes Warns about Obscenity Crisis

By Wesley J. Smith I have launched a new podcast through the Discovery Institute called Humanize — “where human rights meet human responsibilities” — in which I converse with thinkers and activists about issues germane to human dignity and our moral duties to each other, animals, and the environment. In this week’s episode, I intervie ...MORE..

October 5, 2021 Rollcall: Whistleblower testifies as lawmakers take aim at Facebook again

On Tuesday, the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee is set to hear from Frances Haugen, a former Facebook manager turned whistleblower whose explosive leaks revealed the company’s attempts to target young children on Instagram — despite knowing the app leads some teen girls to consider suicide. Instagram is owned by Facebook. ...MORE..

September 10, 2021 Fox News: Police warn parents against popular back-to-school photo trend

With back-to-school in full swing, safety experts and law enforcement are urging parents to be mindful of what they share in regards to a popular social media photo trend with kids – as it could make them easy targets for predators. On Aug. 8, the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office in Woodstock, Illinois, shared an image of Deputy Sherriff Tim ...MORE..

August 18, 2021 Fox West Texas: Be mindful of details you post about your child’s first day of school

Certain details about your child are recommended to not be shared on social media for safety reasons. Sometimes parents are more excited than their children are when it comes to back-to-school. Most parents share photos of their children’s first day of school on social media, but it’s important to know what details you should and shouldn’t ...MORE..

June 22, 2021 One News Now: Parents, be aware and beware

A promoter of child dignity in the digital world is urging parents to protect their children from online predators, as research shows they are upping their game. Donna Rice Hughes, founder of Enough Is Enough® (EIE), tells One News Now a report from the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) reveals an alarming increase in the grooming of children for i ...MORE..

May 18, 2021 WXII Channel 12: North Carolina AG, dozens more urge Facebook not to create Instagram platform for young children

The pandemic has brought more children online than ever before, with many of them on multiple social media platforms and on multiple devices. “Facebook’s plan to create Instagram for preteens is ill considered and dangerous,” North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein said Wednesday. “Social networking sites create issues for teenagers. ...MORE..

April 27, 2021 KBJR6.COM: Internet pornography is more accessible than ever; how to protect your kids

The need for high-speed internet access has only increased since last year's pandemic-related shutdowns and major shifts to distance learning. But with all of the good, the worldwide web offers a rabbit hole of explicit content no parent wants their child to see. In a special report, KBJR 6's Ryan Haff heard from Duluth mothers, internet safety ...MORE..

January 14, 2021 WEAU-TV: Human traffickers turn to technology during the pandemic

With the help of technology, human trafficking can happen anywhere and cases of it have been reported in all 72 counties in Wisconsin according to the Milwaukee Human Trafficking Task Force... Kathy Hatem is with Enough is Enough, a group working to make the internet safe for everyone. She said it’s easier than ever for traffickers right now. ...MORE..

October 16, 2020 Deseret News: U.S. Attorney General William Barr should investigate Netflix over ‘Cuties,’ says PTC, Enough is Enough

The Parents Television Council and Enough is Enough have called for U.S. Attorney General William Barr to investigate Netflix to see if the streaming service company “violated federal statutes against child pornography” with the film “Cuties.” PTC President Tim Winter released a statement about the decision to call on Barr to investigate ...MORE..

October 15, 2020 TVTechnology: Netflix Programming Merits Federal Investigation, Urge Advocacy Groups

Groups argue handful of programs violate statutes against child pornography LOS ANGELES—The Parents Television Council and Enough is Enough, advocacy groups that focus on internet safety and programming for children, are asking U.S Attorney General William Barr to open up an investigation into Netflix on whether it violated federal statutes aga ...MORE..

September 10, 2020 DailyCaller: 'A Training Film To Market And Seduce Children': Child Advocates Condemn Netflix's 'Cuties'

Netflix's "Cuties" is a "training film to market and seduce children," the chief executive officer of an organization hunting for missing children told the Daily Caller News Foundation Thursday.... Director Maïmouna Doucouré said she intended the film to "make a big change in this world that hypersexualizes children," but anti-child sexual exp ...MORE..

September 1, 2020 OneNewsNow: A warning to parents about what kids are viewing

Parents need to be aware of a dangerous aspect of the pandemic for children: easy access to explicit content. Some children are back in school, and others are not, but the prospect of harm has increased since the lockdown began in March. Donna Rice Hughes of Enough is Enough tells AFN some stats are frightening, especially concerning a jump in ...MORE..

August 31, 2020 Washington Internet Daily: Police, Advocates See Online Child Exploitation Surge as Result of Pandemic

Law enforcement is grappling with an increase in child exploitation as online activity surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, police and child advocates said in interviews. Law enforcement officials cited cyber tip increases across the country. Advocates want more investigatory resources, national legislation and for Big Tech to be held accountable. ...MORE..

May 27, 2020 OneNewsNow: Nasty online teen mag needs to come down, says pro-family group

An online safety organization is asking the public for help to shut down an Internet magazine for youth. Teen Vogue is the culprit, according to Enough is Enough, an organization that works to keep families safe from Internet trash. Donna Hughes, who heads the group, tells OneNewsNow that Teen Vogue switched its magazine from print to online onl ...MORE..

April 30, 2020 AG: The Proliferation Of Child Porn

While the number of pornographic images has proliferated in recent years, the amount of videos and photos depicting children engaged in sex acts has escalated especially. The reasons are manifold. For one, encrypted technologies on the dark web — the underground internet inaccessible to regular searchers — has made it easier for anonymous po ...MORE..

April 29, 2020 AG News: Children And Pornography

When it comes to children encountering pornography, it's a matter of when, not if, experts say. "They are going to be exposed to it because the culture is permeated with it," says Jay Mooney, executive director of COMPACT Family Services, the Assemblies of God child welfare agency based in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "We live in a highly sexually cha ...MORE..

April 28, 2020 CBN News: 'Traffickers Are Not Shut Down': Congressman Warns of Risk to Children & Other Victims

For those wondering how COVID-19 is affecting the world of sex trafficking, Rep. Chris Smith, (R-NJ) has a warning: traffickers have not stopped their exploitation, and victims may be more vulnerable than ever. The long-time anti-trafficking advocate spoke to leaders in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) via a webinar ...MORE..

April 22, 2020 Just the News: Concern grows that kids' exposure to explicit content may spike during coronavirus crisis

As millions of Americans are forced to live under stay-at-home or self-quarantine orders, advocates warn that children may have easy access to hardcore pornography. Donna Rice Hughes, CEO of the anti-pornography nonprofit Enough is Enough, says that more free time for children typically means more screen time, which translates to families being ...MORE..

April 13, 2020 Just The News: Amid social distancing, economic paralysis, one industry is thriving: internet porn

'The fact that kids are at home more, may be using technology more, means that parents need to be even more vigilant,' says Enough is Enough CEO Donna Rice Hughes. Even as public health measures to contain the spread of coronavirus have laid waste to much of the American economy, there is one type of business that has thrived during this crisis: ...MORE..

April 9, 2020 Right Wing Watch: Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Religious-Right Broadcasters Worry About Free Porn

Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, and David Brody, Christian Broadcasting Network's Trump-infatuated chief political analyst, are concerned about increased traffic to porn websites during the COVID-19 coronavirus? pandemic. Adult entertainment site Pornhub has offered free premium memberships in response to the coronavirus ...MORE..

March 31, 2020 Daily Caller: Snapchat And Teen Vogue Encouraging Teens To Create ‘Child Pornography’ During Quarantine, National Center For Sexual Exploitation Says

Snapchat and Teen Vogue are encouraging teenagers to create "child pornography" during the coronavirus quarantine through sexting, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation said. The center, which fights child sexual abuse, prostitution, sex trafficking and the public health harms of pornography urged Teen Vogue on Wednesday to stop encouraging ...MORE..

February 10, 2020 The Daily Caller: Pornography And Sex Trafficking Are 'Completely Interwoven,' Activists Warn

Pornography and sex trafficking are issues that fuel one another, contributing to a high demand for sex and a dangerously sexual culture, activists warn. Anti-sex trafficking leaders who spoke with the Daily Caller News Foundation said the porn industry fuels demand for violent, obscene, or child-related sexual fantasies, prompting porn consumer ...MORE..

December 30, 2019 Daily Caller: Here’s Some Of The Most Explicit Material Teen Vogue Published In 2019

Teen Vogue churned out a variety of highly explicit sexual material for its teenage audience in 2019. The publication has been described as a “glossy” magazine “aimed at teenage girls” that has recently stepped forward into the political spectrum to criticize President Donald Trump. But in 2019, Teen Vogue also offered teenagers a chance ...MORE..

December 16, 2019 World News Group: A war on obscenity

Advocates call on the Justice Department to tackle illegal online pornography Lawmakers in Washington are pushing the U.S. Department of Justice to tackle the beast in the basement: hard-core online pornography. Last week, four Republican U.S. representatives sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr urging him to enforce dusty federal ...MORE..

December 13, 2019 CNS News: Congressmen Call on AG Barr to Make 'Obscene Porn' Prosecution a Criminal Justice Priority

( -- Four Republican members of the U.S. House, including Freedom Caucus co-founder Mark Meadows (N.C.), have sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr recommending that he declare "the prosecution of obscene pornography a criminal justice priority," and that he advise U.S. attorneys to start prosecuting the "major producers and d ...MORE..

December 13, 2019 WNG.ORG: A war on obscenity

Advocates call on the Justice Department to tackle illegal online pornography Lawmakers in Washington are pushing the U.S. Department of Justice to tackle the beast in the basement: hard-core online pornography. Last week, four Republican U.S. representatives sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr urging him to enforce dusty federal ...MORE..

December 12, 2019 Our Sunday Visitor; What is obscene? Why cracking down on pornography is so difficult — but so necessary

In a recent letter to the U.S. Department of Justice, four congressional Republicans are calling on U.S. Attorney General William Barr to declare the prosecution of obscene pornography to be a top criminal justice priority. They argue that the internet and other emerging technologies are fueling “an explosion of obscene pornography,” adding ...MORE..

December 12, 2019 The Christian Post: Lawmakers ask AG Barr to make prosecuting obscenity, child porn 'criminal justice priority'

Congressional Republicans are asking Attorney General Barr to enforce existing obscenity laws in order to reduce explicit porn that meets the legal test to be considered obscenity, particularly porn that involves minors. In a letter that was exclusively shared with National Review last week and signed by four conservative Republicans — Jim Ban ...MORE..

December 11, 2019 The Daily Signal: Lawmakers Call on Attorney General to Enforce Anti-Obscenity Laws, Make Good on Trump's Campaign Pledge

Four Republicans lawmakers are calling on Attorney General William Barr to enforce federal anti-obscenity laws and to crack down on hardcore pornography.  Reps. Mark Meadows of North Carolina, Brian Babin of Texas, Vicky Hartzler of Missouri, and Jim Banks of Indiana sent a letter to Barr, urging him to enforce anti-obscenity laws that they say ...MORE..

December 9, 2019 National Catholic Register: Congressmen Tell Attorney General Barr: Prosecute Pornographers for Obscenity

Rep. Banks, who led the letters signatories, said in a statement that the internet and other technologies have brought about convenience, but that has a "dark side" to it. WASHINGTON, D.C. — Four members of Congress have requested that the Department of Justice (DOJ) use obscenity laws already on the statute book to prosecute major pornography ...MORE..

December 8, 2019 The News Sun: Banks seeks increased enforcement of 'obscene pornography'

WASHINGTON — Rep. Jim Banks has signed on as one of four lawmakers issuing a letter to the U.S. Attorney General's office seeking increased action against "obscene pornography." Banks issued a tweet Friday afternoon with the signed letter — also endorsed by Rep. Mark Meadows, R-North Carolina, Rep Vicky Hartzler, R-Missouri, and Rep. Brian B ...MORE..

December 7, 2019 The Epoch Times: Lawmakers Urge AG Barr to Prosecute Obscene Pornography Producers, Distributors

Four Republican lawmakers sent a letter to Attorney General William Barr to urge him to take action against producers and distributors of obscene pornography. The letter, obtained by the National Review, was signed by Reps. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.), and Brian Babin (R-Texas) and asks the Justice Departmen ...MORE..

December 6, 2019 The Daily Caller: Lawmakers Urge Barr To Fulfill Trump’s Promise To Enforce Obscene Porn Laws: ‘It’s Time We Start Talking About It'

Republican Indiana Rep. Jim Banks sent a letter Friday urging Attorney General William Barr to enforce laws restricting the use of obscene pornography. The letter, signed by Banks, Republican North Carolina Rep. Mark Meadows, Republican Missouri Rep. Vicky Hartzler, and Republican Texas Rep. Brian Babin, urges Barr to enforce federal obscenity l ...MORE..

December 6, 2019 CNA: Prosecute pornographers for obscenity, Congressmen tell AG

Four members of Congress have requested that the Department of Justice (DOJ) use obscenity laws already on the statute book to prosecute major pornography producers and distributors. In a letter to the DOJ provided to National Review, Reps. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.), Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), and Brian Babin (R-Tex.) all warned of ...MORE..

October 15, 2019 Notre Dame Observer: WRAP Week aims to bring awareness to pornography addiction, advocates for filter

This year’s White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) Week began its effort to bring the conversation around pornography into the open on Monday morning with bagels and white ribbon pins outside DeBartolo Hall. Co-sponsored by Students for Child-Oriented Policy (SCOP), the Gender Relations Center (GRC) and Campus Ministry, the fourth annual WRAP W ...MORE..

October 10, 2019 Notre Dame Observer: Lecturer discusses benefits of filtering pornography on Wi-Fi

Donna Rice Hughes, founder of non-profit organization Enough is Enough, identified pornography as a public health crisis during a lecture to members of the Notre Dame community Wednesday night as part of White Ribbon Against Pornography Week. Hughes’ presentation, hosted by Students for Child-Oriented Policy (SCOP), also covered child pornograph ...MORE..

August 30, 2019 CBN: Teen Vogue Publishes New Graphic Sex Guide, Accused of 'Exploiting' Tweens and Young Teens

Enough is Enough, an organization dedicated to making the internet safer for children and families has called out Teen Vogue and its publisher Conde Nast for posting a new sex guide directed at teenagers. The article titled Having Sex When You Fat: Tips on Positions, Props and Preparations is written by Elle Chase, a "certified sex educator."  ...MORE..

August 14, 2019 WIBW TV: Are your digital devices secure before heading back to school?

As kids go back to school it's important for parents to remember to secure digital devices for privacy and safety. A new school year can mean new digital devices like computers, tablets, and smartphones, and while new technology can open up a world of new learning possibilities for students, it also can bring things like scammers and harmful conte ...MORE..

June 26, 2019 MarketWatch: Parents of YouTube child stars say proposed safety protections could cost them money

As YouTube weighs a massive restructure to protect children, creators worry about revenue Changes that YouTube is considering to protect children aren’t going over too well with some parents whose kids star in the site’s videos. YouTube is considering moving all content that stars children to YouTube Kids, an app that Google, which owns You ...MORE..

June 26, 2019 South Strand News: McMaster leads gubernatorial pledge for childhood internet safety

n June 19, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster set the tone for governors across the country to pledge an aggressive approach to protecting children from the dangers of the internet. McMaster is the first governor to take the pledge which was modeled after the one used by the Enough is Enough non-profit during the 2016 presidential election i ...MORE..

June 22, 2019 CBN: SC Governor Signs Pledge Making Children's Internet Safety 'Top Priority'

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed the first ever "Children's Internet Safety Governor's Pledge" this week. The pledge makes the issue of sexual exploitation of children a top priority in the state. It works to better enforce and advance existing state laws surrounding child pornography and sex trafficking. Teaming up with the organizat ...MORE..

June 19, 2019 Fox Carolina: Governor signs pledge to stop the victimization of South Carolina children on the internet

Columbia, SC - On Wednesday, Governor Henry McMaster was surrounded by state politicians and members of the Enough is Enough organization to announce the state's pledge to protect children from child predators.  Governor McMaster, First Lady Peggy McMaster, Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evetter and representatives from the state and the Enough is ...MORE..

June 19, 2019 WLTX: Gov. Henry McMaster signs Children’s Internet Safety Governor’s Pledge

Gov. McMaster signed an internet safety pledge modeled after "Enough Is Enough®." COLUMBIA, S.C. — Governor Henry McMaster held a press conference Wednesday morning where he introduced the first-ever Children’s Internet Safety Governor's Pledge.   This pledge is designed to make the internet a safer place for children and will enforce exist ...MORE..

June 19, 2019 WACH: Gov. McMaster signs Children's Internet Safety pledge

Governor Henry McMaster signed the Children's Internet Safety pledge today at the State House. “Internet safety is one of our biggest concerns when it comes to protecting the health and well-being of our children,” said Governor McMaster. "Despite years of efforts, the increasing use of the Internet has enabled offenders to reach and abuse c ...MORE..

May 9, 2019 WND: Starbucks Puts Kibosh On Wifi Porn

Starbucks has eliminated WiFi porn at its 8,500 company-owned stores across the United States, according to an internet safety organization. Now, when a customer logs in to a Starbucks-owned location’s WiFi, the following message appears when a patron attempts to view inappropriate content: ‘Access to this site has been blocked,'” said the a ...MORE..

April 27, 2019 Is McDonald's More Concerned Than Notre Dame About Chastity?

There has been clearer moral leadership on this issue from the Golden Arches than from Notre Dame's Golden Dome In October of last year, a group of faculty, staff, and students petitioned the executive leadership of Notre Dame with a simple request: "that the University implement a filter to make pornography inaccessible on the Notre Dame Wi-Fi ...MORE..

April 13, 2019 Newsweek: After Catholic University Students Vote To Ban Porn On Campus Wifi, Nonprofit Renews Call For Notre Dame To Follow

About a week after Catholic University of America students in Washington, D.C., voted to bar access to pornographic websites via the on-campus wireless internet network, a nonprofit anti-pornography organization renewed its call for the University of Notre Dame to enact similar measures. On Tuesday, Enough Is Enough®, a nonprofit dedicated to fig ...MORE..

April 12, 2019 'Catholic' Notre Dame Ignores Student Pleas to Filter Porn From Campus WiFi

( -- Although Notre Dame University is a "Catholic" school headed by a priest, Rev. John Jenkins, it has dismissed the request of many students, faculty members, and an anti-pornography/anti-sex trafficking group to install a mandatory filter on its public WiFi to block online pornography.  On Feb. 4, (Donna Rice) Hughes wrote a let ...MORE..

April 12, 2019 Lifesite News: Alumna, mom of current student pleads with Notre Dame to 'take a stand' on porn

SOUTH BEND, Indiana, April 12, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — An alumna and mother of a student of Notre Dame is asking university president Rev. John Jenkins in a letter to grant a student petition for a campus-wide pornography filter for the university's WiFi internet service. Molly Kraker is a graduate of the Catholic university in South Bend, India ...MORE..

March 15, 2019 Faithwire: Instagram, Facebook Outages Reveal America's Epidemic Porn Problem

You know how the saying goes: Idle hands are the devil's workshop. While I think that proverb gives Satan a little too much credit for our bad choices, the principle proved true during the great social media crisis earlier this week, when Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp were offline for several hours.... During an interview with Faithwire las ...MORE..

February 27, 2019 FAITHWIRE: Pornography Fuels Sexual Abuse, And College Campuses Need to Take Action to Fix It

Identifying a problem is the easy part; it's solving it that takes a lot of work. That's where a recent study from Duke University has left college administrators — in the space between awareness and action, a place many unfortunately never leave, according to Enough Is Enough® founder Donna Rice Hughes. New research from The Duke Chronicle r ...MORE..

February 21, 2019 February 1, 2019: Donna Rice Hughes and Alma Tucker joined Shannon Bream on "Fox News @ Night" to discuss President Donald J. Trump's White House meeting on human trafficking