- Clinton defends change in gay 'marriage' stance in tense interview
- Premature Births Have Skyrocketed Since the Legalization of Abortion
- Claim that Gates Foundation Does Not Fund Abortion “An Outright Deception”
- Real Love
- 'Fault in our Stars' hailed for themes on love, suffering
- Court cited Roe v. Wade to force C-section
Hillary Clinton denied Thursday that she began publicly supporting same-sex "marriage" last year for political reasons, after initially opposing it.
Other known medical conditions than can lead to premature births and may be related to abortion include “uterine adhesions, infection, mental stress, increased maternal age, and substance abuse,” quoting LifeIssues.net.
Human Life International (HLI) President Father Shenan J. Boquet called the recent claim by Melinda Gates that her Foundation does not fund abortion “an outright deception” in comments released today.
Yesterday there was a Tweetfest aimed at exposing Planned Parenthood’s corrupted “sex education” programs. Planned Parenthood counselors have been caught on camera introducing 15 year-old girls to sexual sadism and masochism (among other evil things), telling them, “It’s very popular”.
Bestselling movie and book “The Fault in Our Stars” provides material to think more deeply about belief and skepticism – as well as the lessons on suffering and vulnerability that the terminally ill can teach us, clergy and cultural observers say.
One argument in favor of Roe v. Wade, and for the general argument that bodily autonomy trumps the right to life, is that pro-life logic would dictate in favor of forced cesarean sections. Many pro-lifers would of course disagree. It’s true that in some scenarios a C-section is the safer course of action for the baby.