- Vigil shines light on sex slavery
- Restaurant Serves Hope for Homeless Moms
- City Rejects Pro-Life Sign But Approves Signs for Liquor Store
- Abortion clinic protest-free zone being challenged in Ma.
- Teens Who Have Sex By Age 16 Account for 75% of All Abortion
- Horror at the sperm bank
Human trafficking victim AmberDawn McCall, standing in red, holds daughter Chastity as she and her family listen to Miss Washington Allyson Rowe speak about human trafficking during a vigil Saturday at River Park Square in Spokane, WA.
In Sacramento, California, there is a very special restaurant called “Plates Café & Catering.” What makes Plates different from other eateries are the people who work there: homeless mothers served by St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children.
The Kansas town of Basehor has denied a church request to place a temporary pro-life sign in front of their facility; however, the city approved a new liquor store sign in the same night's voting.
Eleanor McCullen clutches a baby's hat knit in pink and blue as she patrols a yellow semicircle painted on the sidewalk outside a Planned Parenthood health clinic on a frigid December morning with snow in the forecast. The painted line marks 35 feet from the clinic's entrance and that's where the 77-year-old McCullen and all other abortion protesters and supporters must stay.
The pro-life movement has noted for years that the abortion industry understands the link between teen sex and abortions. That’s why Planned Parenthood, the biggest abortion business in the United States, has pushed so hard to get sex education classes in as many high schools as possible.
A Utah family who used a sperm bank more than 20 years ago uncovered a nightmare when they performed DNA tests this year: their adult daughter's real father is a convicted felon who swapped his sperm with theirs.