- Court Blocks Obama From Enforcing HHS Mandate Against James Dobson
- Illinois rejects ban on reparative therapy for minors with same-sex attraction
- Nevada Republicans drop pro-life, pro-marriage stand
- Archbishop thanks Colo. faithful for witness against abortion bill
- Reviving the 'War on Women'
- Stem cell research fuels more debate on cloning
Pro-life leader James Dobson is the latest to win a victory against the Obama HHS mandate, that forces companies and organizations to pay for birth control and abortion-causing drugs for their employees.
The Illinois House voted last week to reject a bill that would have banned reparative therapy for minors with unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA). It is the fifth state to vote down a ban on the practice in recent months, following high profile debates over the issue in California and New Jersey, which both instated bans last year.
Several hundred delegates of the Nevada Republican Party approved a party platform Saturday that lacks a pro-life plank and drops support for the definition of marriage as a union of one man and one woman.
Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila of Denver has voiced his gratitude to all those who spoke out against proposed Colorado legislation that could have put an end to life-affirming laws in the state.
President Obama is suddenly upset about the alleged wage gap between men and women, but he's not responding to a national economic crisis. Instead, he is attempting to revive the "war on women" theme that, according to Washington wisdom, helped carry Democrats to victory in 2012 and might do again in 2014.
A study published this week has reawakened debate over the government's need to regulate human cloning. In a paper in the journal Cell Stem Cell, researchers took the