- Death row attorneys sue on behalf of inmates over 'human experimentation'
- The curious case of contraceptives in US zoos
- The Hobby Lobby Case: What's going to happen?
- Supreme Court poised to decide birth control mandate
- This 77-year old grandma got SCOTUS to uphold freedom of speech for pro lifers
- To my lost girl on her feast day
- Two teenagers who survived failed abortions speak out
- Wis. GOP Candidate: Deconstructing Marriage Will Lead to Sibling Marriages
Attorneys for six death row prisoners in Arizona filed a lawsuit against state officials Thursday alleging “human experimentation” in executions.
American zoos prefer contraception over euthanasia to curb populations, prevent breeding, or preserve genetic qualities of a given species. Creatures as big as lions and hippos and as small as meerkats and mice take birth control—it's crushed up in their feed, injected into their veins, and implanted under their skins.
The contraception mandate will not be axed completely; the Supreme Court has the power to narrow the rule's reach.
The Supreme Court is poised to deliver its verdict in a case that weighs the religious rights of employers and the "right" of women to free, employer-funded birth control of their choice.
Yesterday morning, in a unanimous decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that struck down a Massachusetts “buffer zone” law, sidewalk counselor Eleanor McCullen won the right to speak up freely to women entering abortion centers in Massachusetts.
"Most babies don't show up on their due dates, it's true...but you won't be born any other day this week or next week, because you were born into Heaven many months ago."
My name is Courtney. I’m sixteen years young. When I was 14, I was told that I am adopted. When I was 14, I also learned that there was much more to the story of my life. Not only am I adopted, but I am an abortion survivor. When my birth mother was somewhere around 7 weeks pregnant, she had an abortion.
A candidate seeking the Republican nomination for a Wisconsin congressional seat is invoking the argument that gay "marriage" will lead to incest, saying siblings will try to marry each other if bans on same-sex "marriage" are lifted.