- Utah Will Not Recognize Existing Same-Sex 'Marriages'
- Mom bravely delivers her baby all alone in a blizzard
- As Roe v. Wade set to turn 41, pro-life movement winning more victories than ever
- Patient leaves hospital after doctors said he would die, tried to yank life support
- Planned Parenthood board member calls abortion a “sacred gift”
- MSNBC calls Catholic nuns who don’t want to be forced to fund birth control “a threat”
The office of Utah Governor Gary Herbert (R) said same-sex couples who were "married" after the state's ban on gay "marriage" was struck down, but before the Supreme Court halted gay "marriages" in the state, will not be recognized as legally married.
As millions of Americans deal with the horribly cold and icy temperatures and conditions outside, Mariah Grove of Indiana has her own battle. She was unable to get to a hospital to deliver her new baby. All alone, she delivered by herself.
More pro-life laws have passed in various states over the past three years than during the entire previous decade. State legislatures enacted 205 abortion restrictions from 2011 to 2013, contrasted with the 189 provisions enacted during the entire previous decade.
A patient at the center of a controversial Supreme Court decision on end-of-life care is on a waiting list to be transferred out of hospital where doctors tried to take him off of life support to another health-care facility.
In a Huffington Post article last January, Tarico claimed that abortion is “a sacred gift.” She also encouraged people to “honor women who decide to terminate pregnancies” and “honor doctors who provide abortion services,” since they are “doing God’s work.”
MSNBC’s Wagner on the show stated,“the administration must now deal with this latest threat to the nation’s health care law: these ladies, the Little Sister of the Poor.”