“There are three kinds of lies: lies, d***ed lies and statistics.” Mark Twain made those words famous.
Can a pro-life woman be a feminist? According to abortion activist Gloria Steinem, yes. But... only if you're pro-abortion. Which, of course,
“Such human weeds clog up the path, drain up the energies and the resources of this little earth. We must clear the way for a better world;
Her unborn child was the product of rape. She he didn't even know how to feed a baby or change a diaper – but she chose life.
Having been born with a physical disability, I am all too familiar with the overwhelming number of people who feel that decisions should be made
Pink ribbons everywhere—we saw it only weeks ago when Breast Cancer Awareness Month concluded. It’s an eye-catching symbol, particularly
Republican presidential contender Ben Carson is taking a lot of flak from abortion advocates for comparing abortion to slavery.
Racism is epidemic. It is imperative, at this intersection of race and justice, that collectively we use racism to call out the racist racists
Planned Parenthood has paid nearly $100,000 into the war chests of the six Democrats just selected to sit on the new House Select Investigative
Pro-abortionists thrive when their manufactured stories of persecution become accepted truth, the narrative that explains all.
As has now been widely reported, China has ended its infamous one-child policy and replaced it with a new two-child policy. While many have celebrated
Abortion and feminism often appear to go hand-in-hand in modern America
The pro-life movement is making enormous gains and preparing the cultural ground for lasting political change, too. But we're not there yet.