- Why We Should Stop Making Arguments for Traditional Marriage
- She talks about life
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- The Black Madonna at Carhart’s Infamous Abortuary
- Horror: Teenage Girl Held Against Will in Buffalo Abortion Clinic
- OREGON RULING MARKS 13TH GAY 'MARRIAGE' WIN IN A ROW
- Pregnant Sudanese Woman To Give Birth Before Execution
- Blood donations save lives of premature babies
- Will technology eradicate the Pill?
- Pro-Marriage Club Denied Official Status at Notre Dame
- The Washington Post Is Super Confused About Where Babies Come From
Common sense and thousands of years of historical precedent firmly put the burden of proof on those who wish to redefine marriage.
"We have to talk about it because we are the ones who know so well the consequence of making a baby and making a life. We are the ones that let our body expand and swell to hold them. We are the ones who writhe in agonizing pain as the contractions hit us like waves the hours before they are born."
After having twin boys in January, Tara, who previously worked supporting people with learning disabilities, started planning her next pregnancy and hopes to have another bun in the oven by the end of the year.
"We left St. Bernard’s Church for a two-hour prayer vigil in front of the infamous LeRoy Carhart’s abortuary in Bellevue. This was the main reason why we were invited to Omaha -- to pray for the closing of this abortion mill and for the conversion of LeRoy Carhart and his staff."
Buffalo Women's Services is in the news again for refusing to let a 15-year-old girl leave who decided against her abortion.
A federal judge threw out Oregon's same-sex marriage ban Monday, marking the 13th legal victory for gay "marriage" advocates since the U.S. Supreme Court last year overturned part of a federal ban.
Even though she is 8-months-pregnant, the judge sentenced her to a horrifying whipping punishment, followed by death. While Meriam awaits her heartbreaking fate, she is shackled at the ankles inside a tiny prison cell where she cares for her first child.
The donor on the other end of the phone never knows where their blood will go, but one thing is certain: everyday, premature babies need blood transfusions.
I am not a scientist – but I can imagine that if this sort of technology can be used to measure glucose, it could surely be adapted to measure Oestrogen and Progesterone levels within the female body. Imagine ladies – no more peeing on sticks, no more early morning thermometers, no more “Does that feel slippery or not?”!
A group of students at the University of Notre Dame has generated a campus-wide controversy by advocating that marriage between one woman and one man is better suited for children than same-sex “marriage.”
All these people always wag their finger at me about ‘science’ and ‘settled science.’ Let me give you a bit of settled science that they’ll never admit to. The science is settled, it’s not even a consensus, it is a unanimity, that human life begins at conception.