- Breaking: March for Life founder Nellie Gray dead at 86
- A 20-week abortion of 'unwanted' twin girls
- Provocative editor of Cosmo magazine dead at age 90
- Abortion to save the life...of the mother's vacation?
Posted: 14 Aug 2012 11:32 AM PDT
One of the leading lights of the pro-life movement in the United States has gone out. Nellie Gray, the charismatic octogenarian founder of the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., the largest annual pro-life event in the country, passed away over the weekend, and was discovered in her apartment earlier today.
Posted: 14 Aug 2012 07:27 AM PDT
The girl I mentioned earlier ended up aborting the twin girls in her womb even though we had every kind of help she would ever need ready for her. She admitted that she didn’t want girls and that she had no compassion for the babies she was carrying. Through a two day process, she actually had to go into labor and deliver her sweet babies into a toilet.
Posted: 14 Aug 2012 07:20 AM PDT
Helen Gurley Brown, the iconic editor in chief of 'fashion magazine' Cosmopolitan whose derogatory attitudes about women and sex brought her fans and simultaneously made her a lightning rod, died Monday after a brief hospitalization in New York, according to a press release issued by Hearst Corporation.
Posted: 13 Aug 2012 07:05 PM PDT
A report to Parliament has revealed abortions performed in the United Kingdom to 'save the life of the mother' are a stunningly low 0.006 percent of procedures. More common reasons? A child of the 'wrong' sex or a planned vacation which pregnancy would 'interrupt.'