- Breaking through the 'rape exception'
- Photographer's civil rights trampled in New Mexico
- Hey gay rights militants, your fascism is showing
- NYC's tanning salons more regulated than abortion clinics
- The state has eviscerated marriage. Society must rebuild it.
- Now that's a man
- WHAT MOZILLA MEANS
"I have a friend who was conceived in rape. Do you mind if I call her and give you the phone so you could explain why it would be permissible for her be killed just because she was conceived in rape? Her mother is still alive, by the way. I’m sure that her continued existence reminds her mother of the rape. My friend’s name is Laura."
The Supreme Court has turned down an appeal from a commercial photography business in New Mexico that objects to taking pictures of same-sex wedding ceremonies.
Dear gay rights militants, dear progressive tyrants, dear liberal fascists, dear haters of free speech, dear crusaders for ideological conformity, dear left wing bullies: You will lose.
The state Health Department is failing to inspect many of New York's abortion clinics — with some facilities escaping scrutiny for more than a decade, bombshell documents obtained by The Post reveal.
When the first gay weddings are celebrated this weekend in the UK, those who feel discomfort at the state’s redefinition of marriage will be made to feel even worse by being jeered at from some quarters as homophobes and bigots.
Though he already has three kids of his own, Italian soccer player Antonio Floro Flores is hoping to add one more to his brood. The Sassuolo forward recently offered to adopt an infant who was abandoned on a train near Naples, Italy.
Mozilla has now made its employment policy clear.