Words matter. The terminology we employ not only reflects our values but helps to define them. Language is particularly important in bioethical
Students for Life has a new video out that examines the question of whether aborting an unborn baby is necessary to save a woman's life.
Pro-abortionists are often either too cute for their own good and/or believe the public can be bamboozled if they scream loud enough into believing
The euthanasia movement has always been about finding words and terms to mask the harshness of killing as a response to suffering.
We live in an increasingly secular society. One consequence (among many) of this cultural shift has been an increasing rejection of the once
Ana Carolina Caceres is a journalist in Brazil. In a photograph in a recent story about her, she wears a garland of flowers, a simple necklace
I should have known better, of course, but on first glance I honestly misread the intent of the headline at Slate.com: “Why Sex-Selective Abortion
For the past couple of months, I’ve been considering how our movement should proceed in the upcoming Presidential election.
How many times have you heard a pro-abortion person say that abortion should be rare? The oft-repeated words, notably spoken by pro-abortion
I used to vote my pocketbook. Raised in a home in which chronic unemployment was a constant and unwelcomed guest, I longed for an economy which
Few topics intrigue me more than why “trends” develop, or, better put, why “givens” that have gone essentially unchallenged suddenly
This week, CBS’ 60 Minutes reported that FDA has just granted “breakthrough status” for an innovative treatment for glioblastoma brain
Southern abortionist Willie Parker has become a media darling on pro-abortion news sites in the past few years.