- NPR’S disturbing prenatal testing story
- Planned Parenthood plotting spending spree for midterm elections
- Michelle Duggar loves her body, even after 19 babies
- Homosexual activists aim to ‘destroy the family’, impose ‘totalitarianism’
- Same sex 'marriage' ban struck down in Lonestar state
- Sex change operations, courtesy of Obamacare
- Belgium's child euthanasia move lamented as 'unbelievable'
Yesterday NPR’s Morning Edition reported on advances in the development of precise prenatal tests for Down syndrome and other genetic disorders. The report praised new tests that allow women to know more accurately and more quickly whether their children have a genetic disorder.
Pro-life lawmakers, beware. Abortion giant Planned Parenthood's political operations are planning their largest-ever campaign blitz for this year's midterm and gubernatorial elections, poised to pour millions into key races that could determine who controls Congress.
Michelle Duggar knows all about mom body issues. The mother of 19 children, who with her family stars in TLC's reality series "19 Kids and Counting," says she gained a few pounds with each baby. Happens to a lot of women and it's no big deal if you have a couple kids. But when you hit double digits, those few pounds start to add up.
I am a homosexual, but I’m against ‘gay marriage,’” a French pro-family activist told an Italian Catholic opinion paper earlier this month.
A federal judge declared a same-sex "marriage" ban in deeply conservative Texas unconstitutional on Wednesday, but will allow the nation's second-most populous state to enforce the law pending an appeal that will likely go to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The coverage extends to all D.C. residents with group or individual health insurance — including the roughly one-third of city residents receiving Medicaid benefits — whose doctors diagnose the condition and for whom treatment is deemed medically necessary.
In the wake of Belgium's recent decision to legalize euthanasia for children, several members of the Vatican's Pontifical Academy for Life voiced their dismay at the new practice.