Opinion

 

Pro-Life People: When Debating Abortion, Avoid This Embarrassingly Common Logical Mistake
Washington, DC | 6/24/15

Don’t you hate it when your honest clarification question is mistaken for the start of a fallacious argument? Almost every time in the last

Writer: Some People Who are Mad About the Confederate Flag Defend Unlimited Abortion
Washington, DC | 6/24/15

In the wake of the horrible racially-motivated shootings in Charleston, South Carolina at a black church, the debate over the Confederate flag

They Said Her Son Was “Incompatible With Life” and Would Die in a Few Weeks, Now He’s 14
Washington, DC | 6/24/15

The South Carolina legislature is working to pass a 20-week abortion ban that will not include rape or incest exceptions; however it will have

AP Kowtows to Euthanasia Activists, Will Stop using the Term “Committed Suicide”
Washington, DC | 6/23/15

I believe that we are in the midst of a broad push, across different sectors of society, to make suicide more palatable and normalized–at least

As a Bisexual Who is Pro-Life on Abortion, I’m Ostracized by Both Gays and Pro-Lifers
Washington, DC | 6/23/15

It was my first day of Justice for All outreach this past spring at the University of Georgia, and I noticed two counter-protesters holding up

D.A. Won’t Charge Man Who Shot His Wife Because She’s Upset an Accident Left Her Paralyzed
Reno, NV | 6/22/15

This is the kind of thing that opens the door to people accepting euthanasia murder as a legitimate action.

Hillary Clinton Supports Unlimited Abortions Up to Birth, Will She be Honest About It?
Washington, DC | 6/22/15

As I point out in my new book, Abolishing Abortion (due in August from Thomas Nelson/HarperCollins), there is a profound blind spot in the

Dads Matter: Abortion and Poverty Are Taking the Place of Fathers
Washington, DC | 6/19/15

Imagine a world without dads.

Supreme Court Ruling Against Confederate License Plates Could Hurt Choose Life Plate Prospects
Washington, DC | 6/19/15

In March, Secular Pro-Life reported that the Supreme Court had held oral argument in Walker v. Sons of Confederate Veterans, concerning the state

Years After Terri Schiavo Was Starved to Death, the ACLU Still Trashes Efforts to Save Her
Washington, DC | 6/18/15

Now that former Governor of Florida, Jeb Bush, has officially announced his candidacy for president, many of the same people and groups who maligned

Why is Peter Singer Still a College Professor When He Promotes Infanticide?
Washington, DC | 6/18/15

In recent days, we have seen college professors forced out of their positions over relatively minor infractions of politically correct dogma.

Are We Any Different Than Nazi Eugenics When We Abort Babies Because They Have Down Syndrome?
Ottawa, Canada | 6/16/15

When the horrors of the Holocaust became public in the 1940s, eugenics faded to the background. But once again we are witnessing science being

NAACP Defends Rachel Dolezal But Sues Black Pro-Lifer Exposing Its Pro-Abortion Views
Washington, DC | 6/16/15

Fresh off a stinging courtroom defeat, the national NAACP leadership reveals how little it considers its legacy. They sued an actual black (biracial)