Unfortunately, we have two posts today about murders whose brutality almost defies belief.
In a new article on Lancaster Online, writer Liliane Stern argues that abortion is good for society because it prevents infanticide.
In Vermont, a man has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Department of Vermont Health Access after they forced him to choose between
On February 23, the Missouri House of Representatives gave initial approval to House bills 190 and 427 by a vote of 119-35.
A Pensacola, Florida abortion facility, owned by the notorious New Jersey abortionist Steven Chase Brigham, transported a woman to the hospital
In Indiana, Daniel Langley thought his pregnant wife, Kathryn, was in labor so he immediately rushed home from work to take her to the hospital.
Trust Women Foundation, Inc., a Trojan name that assumes that profiting off the slaughter of children in the womb and damaging women with abortion
My First Things column this week warns against the coming ”medical martyrdom,” by which I mean that the minions of the culture of death
On February 18th, the New Hampshire Legislature defeated HB 677, which would have prevented Planned Parenthood from receiving public funding.
Indiana is about to make history. On December 28th of 2014, this story appeared in the Indianapolis news:
Great news from Kansas. Friday morning the Senate approved SB 95, the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, by a vote of 31-9.
A West Virginia state Senate committee yesterday passed a bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks. More than 18,000 ‘very late term’ abortions