- 'Compassionate' murder of the unborn targets babies' hearts
- N.J. bridal salon slammed for refusing to sell gown to lesbian
- Pro-life youth trek from Vancouver to Ottawa
- Birth control use raises deadly blood clot risk to 1,700% for some
- Health insurance mandates threaten everyone's freedom
- Embattled HS teacher still barred from classroom as school year begins
Posted: 22 Aug 2011 12:09 PM PDT
LateTermAbortion.net, an outreach of Dr. James Pendergraft, a 'physician' who claims to specialize in maternal and fetal medicine, has opened a clinic in Washington DC where late-term abortion seekers can go to have poison injected into their unborn baby's heart, allowing them to return to their home state to dispose of their dead child without breaking any of the newly-introduced pro-life legislation protecting children with heartbeats.
Posted: 22 Aug 2011 09:47 AM PDT
Alex Genter has complained that the manager at Here Comes the Bride in Somers Point, N.J., lectured her about her gay lifestyle after Genter crossed out the word "groom" and replaced it with "partner" and her 'fiancee's' name on paperwork she filled out for her planned purchase.
Posted: 22 Aug 2011 09:23 AM PDT
This summer, a group of Catholic university age students has been trekking across the country wearing T-shirts that read “Pro-life” in large capital letters.
Posted: 22 Aug 2011 06:00 AM PDT
While use of the birth control pill raises the risk of deadly blood clots by 500 percent, the risk shoots to over 1,700 percent for U.S. women with a common vein malformation, California researchers have found.
Posted: 22 Aug 2011 05:34 AM PDT
Most media reports on the decision described the issue as a gain for women’s health and expanded access to contraceptives. Critics argued that the decision violates freedom of religion because it will require certain employers to provide insurance coverage for practices that violate their religious beliefs.
Posted: 22 Aug 2011 12:29 AM PDT
A 25-year veteran of the classroom and last year's 'Teacher of the Year' is still enduring an administrative suspension leveled by his school district in response to 'anti-gay' comments made on his personal Facebook page in July, a move many agree violates his First Amendment rights.