- Pictures of stillborn baby Duggar still stirring controversy
- WSJ spreads Margaret Sanger's abortion propaganda
- 'Clinic' launches campaign to normalize second-trimester abortions
- Why marriage is an absolute 'yes'
- Gingrich Tells Gay 'Marriage' Supporter Not to Vote For Him
- Unholy abortion compromise
- Young couples delaying marriage for fear of divorce
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 07:06 AM PST
Photos of Jubilee Shalom Duggar, who was miscarried earlier this month, have been stirring controversy after the photos were taken from a private memorial service, posted on Twitter and reported by TMZ.
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 07:03 AM PST
Margaret Sanger was one of the most influential, yet duplicitous, activists in American history. Her crusade, which trumped even the lives of her own children, deftly adapted to any demographic in order to preach birth control as a solution to poverty and overpopulation.
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 06:12 AM PST
The “My Abortion. My Life.” campaign created by a 2nd trimester abortion clinic in Cleveland uses all the “right”, compassionate terms to pull women in.
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 05:34 AM PST
A new set of striking statistics released last week showed that a record low of 51% of American adults are married. The study by the Pew Research Center further found that 40% of births these days are to unmarried mothers, and a similar percentage of Americans say marriage is becoming obsolete, but is this really the case?
Posted: 21 Dec 2011 05:32 AM PST
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If gay 'marriage' is a voter's primary issue in the 2012 election, then Newt Gingrich says it's perfectly okay not to vote for him in a would-be battle against President Obama.
Posted: 20 Dec 2011 03:32 PM PST
Amid much Christian angst over Obama administration regulations requiring health insurance cover- age for sterilization and contraceptives - including some that cause abortion - two prominent Catholic organizations, the University of Notre Dame and the Catholic Health Association, have proposed an unholy compromise.
Posted: 20 Dec 2011 03:24 PM PST
A study conducted at Cornell University has found that young couples are not marrying because they fear the ravages of divorce.