- NYC's mandatory sex ed program draws fire
- Texas lawmakers give extra support to crisis pregnancy centers
- A bad year for abortion advocates
- Chinese government promises crack down on sex-selective abortion
- Casual sex has hurt America
- Pro life campaigners take to the streets
Posted: 14 Aug 2011 10:01 AM PDT
The City of New York’s new requirement that one semester of sex education be taught in all public middle and high schools continues a “failed experiment” and substitutes parents’ beliefs and values with those of the schools, Catholic leaders said.
Posted: 14 Aug 2011 09:00 AM PDT
Despite making deep cuts across the state's budget, lawmakers increased funding for pro life crisis pregnancy resource centers.
Posted: 14 Aug 2011 08:54 AM PDT
With an easy laugh and ample charm, Charmaine Yoest doesn't at all appear to be Public Enemy No. 1 for the pro-abortion community. But the foundation of her rising influence – the accessibility of her approach – becomes clear when she settles in for an unexpectedly frank conversation about the stunning 2011 antiabortion legislative juggernaut that she has helped orchestrate.
Posted: 14 Aug 2011 08:09 AM PDT
The Chinese government says it is aiming to crack down on instances of sex-selective abortion for non-medical purposes, in order to protect the nation's female citizens. No word on whether the government plans to protect the rest of its vulnerable citizens.
Posted: 14 Aug 2011 06:48 AM PDT
Greg Laurie, pastor of a mega-church in Riverside, Ca. and himself a product of a one-night stand, told a crowd of thousands of the dire consequences for as society that has all but abandoned any semblance of sexual morality.
Posted: 13 Aug 2011 07:00 AM PDT
Amidst the Saturday morning traffic at the top of 8th Street in West Wyoming, upwards of 20 local residents gathered to draw attention to what they believe is very important: that abortion is wrong and that it should be stopped.