- Congressmen support legal challenges to HHS mandate
- Democratic Senate hopeful uses his daughters to push abortion views
- World Vision reverses same sex 'marriage' decision
- Man on feeding tube granted second chance at life
- The abortion industry: it pays to be a big fat zero
- PORNOGRAPHY WEBSITES 'ACCESSED BY 44,000 PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN'
- Porn rages on
- Victory in Texas: U.S. appeals court upholds Texas abortion law
- Who are you getting into bed with?
- Pro-Abortion Activist Groups Push “Universal” Right to Abortion
Pro-life members of the House of Representatives spoke out in support of the Green and Hahn families after they argued in front of the Supreme Court in defense of their religious liberty rights.
On a website highlighting the pro-abortion record of Michigan Rep. Gary Peters, D-MI, the expected party nominee for U.S. Senate, Michigan Right to Life (MRTL) said that Peters “wants to make sure abortion is accessible and cheap for his daughters.”
The U.S. branch of international evangelical charity World Vision has backed off a highly-contentious decision announced two days ago that they would begin hiring staff who have contracted same-sex “marriages.”
A Texas judge this morning gave a man a second chance at life, granting temporary custody to his parents instead of his estranged wife.
What do you get when you fail to meet stated annual goals, reduce unhealthy outcomes, yet increase the number of deaths of human beings? Rewarded. Yes, Planned Parenthood gets rewarded with taxpayer-funded welfare each year for failing.
Pornography websites were accessed by at least 44,000 British primary school children in one month, online research showed Friday, amid calls for greater restrictions on providers.
Jamie was ten years old when he saw his first pornographic sex scene. During a sleepover, a classmate offered to show him ‘some funny pictures’ on his laptop. ‘At first I found it a bit scary and a bit yucky,’ Jamie told me as he shifted uncomfortably on his chair during our therapy session.
A U.S. appeals court upheld a Texas law on Thursday that places restrictions on abortions, saying a provision requiring abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital was a reasonable regulation.
Scientists have discovered that a sizeable minority of women have Y-chromosome gene sequences in their blood. This is interesting because as you may know, Y-chromosomes are the chromosomes that belong to men, so ladies, what are they doing there, and where did they come from?
Pro-abortion activists under the direction of Ipas have issued a declaration, The Airlie Declaration for Safe Legal Abortion, calling for “universal access to safe legal abortion” following a meeting near Washington, D.C.