The Carter decision to allow assisted suicide and euthanasia claimed that Canada could avoid abuses through careful guidelines and screening.
Recently my wife, Anne, attended the Disability Ageing and Lifestyle Expo at the Adelaide Show Grounds. [Adelaide is the capital city of the
A private member’s bill put forward by Cathay Wagantall is receiving pushback from Joyce Arthur, executive director of the Abortion Rights
Pro-abortion agitators are again using September 28 as the so-called Global Day of Access for Safe & Legal Abortion promoting access to abortion
The Russian Orthodox Church took a strong stand against abortion on Tuesday when Orthodox Patriarch Kirill signed a petition calling on Russian
Actress Sally Phillips is raising awareness about the common practice of recommending abortions for unborn babies with Down syndrome and other
A Catholic leader in Jamaica is offering a loving home for babies who have microcephaly amid fears that the Zika virus is causing brain disorders
China’s One Child Policy turns 36 this week (September 25).
Abortion activists in New South Wales are upset that pro-lifers are offering women information about their unborn babies as they walk into abortion
Yesterday, China marked 36 years of the one-child family planning policy -- which recently became a two-child population control policy -- that
Abortion activists across the world have their eyes on Ireland, hoping to pressure it into legalizing abortion on demand.
Abortion activists are planning a march in Ireland this weekend to demand that the nation legalize abortion on demand and stop protecting unborn
I first met Thandi in 2006 while working at an orphanage for abandoned infants in South Africa. She was a thriving four-month-old with an infectious