- Mississippi: first state with no legal abortion clinics?
- The next marriage redefinition? Massachusetts lesbian ‘throuple’ expecting their first child (Video)
- County launches probe into why aborted babies were burned for electricty, "we're horrified!"
- Euthanasia for laughs?
- New Iphone fetal heartbeat app allows you to hear baby's heartbeat
- Obama sends pro-abortion delegation to Vatican for canonizations
- A film about abandonment, hook-ups, and marriage you’ll actually want to see
- Euthanasia, physician-assisted suicide to mirror abortion conflict, says FRC researcher
Mississippi could soon become the first state in the nation without a single abortion provider. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit is set to hear oral arguments next week regarding a 2012 law that would force the only remaining clinic in the state to close immediately.
The next marriage redefinition? Massachusetts lesbian ‘throuple’ expecting their first child (Video)
Three “married” lesbians in Massachusetts have announced they are expecting the first of several children intended for their polygamous union. But marriage advocates say the story confirms their warnings about the slippery slope created by redefining marriage and granting legal privileges based on a self-identified characteristic like sexual orientation.
The Marion County Commissioners heard about the burning of aborted babies for electricity in Brooks, Oregon for the first time yesterday, April 23, at 4 p.m. They immediately called Oregon Right to Life to express their horror and avow their lack of knowledge of the practice.
Avatar actor Joel David Moore is set to direct comedic drama Youth In Oregon, about a man who must drive his 80-year-old father-in-law cross country to be euthanized.
Imagine being at the abortion clinic and allowing a woman seeking an abortion to hear her baby’s heartbeat right on the sidewalk.
President Barack Obama has had a history of problems with the Vatican – which one time had to reject a potential ambassador over supporting abortion. Now, the president is sending a pro-abortion delegation to the Vatican for the canonization ceremonies for Pope John Paul XXIII and Pope John Paul II this Sunday.
On Tuesday, May 6, Focus on the Family will unveil it’s first-ever, in-theater documentary, Irreplaceable. This feature-length film explores answers to the important questions “What is family?” and “Does family still matter in today’s society?”
In an interview with The Christian Post at the conservative organization's headquarters Wednesday, Grossu said she believes euthanasia is a matter of life issue and one that should get more attention, akin to the abortion debate.