With just 26 days before the November 6 midterm elections. I’m going to say something some may find shocking.
Arguably a contributing factor to the continuation of abortion is that it is performed out of sight and thus, out of many minds.
When Supreme Court Justices meet in conference Friday, Oct. 12, two states, Kansas and Louisiana, will eagerly be waiting to see whether the
Two pro-abortion research professors admitted in a roundabout way what pro-life advocates have been saying for years about the supposed dangers
Never mind that more than half of women say they feel pressured to abort their unborn babies, one Salon writer thinks parents should be doing
I have felt the privilege, the honor and the heartbreak of being a representative for the cause of life on behalf of National Right to Life at
I had the honor and the privilege of representing National Right to Life at the White House last night, to see Brett Kavanaugh sworn in as the
New York Times editors must have thought Alexandra Alter’s article a timely response to conservative Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation:
How do we “pray to end abortion?” There are very specific contours to this multi-faceted intention, and in this fourth part of this series,
Today marks the twentieth anniversary of the death of Mother Teresa, or, as she is now known to Catholics, St Teresa of Calcutta. (As with her
I am a mom of two. The beautiful girl who made me a mom is almost 6 years old. That same beautiful girl was conceived in a rape. As soon
The leader of a conservative-leaning public policy women’s organization who says she was a victim of physical assault and attempted rape says
I've been writing for years about the depth of the culture war taking place in America. I've done so with trepidation, with knowledge that without