Leading pro-life groups don’t have much good to say about the proposed changes the HHS department announced today to the Obamacare mandate that forces religious groups and religiously-run companies to pay for birth control and abortion-causing drugs.
Undaunted by bitterly cold temperatures and a forecast for snow, pro-life marchers came to Washington for the March for Life -- as they have for four decades -- determined, they say, to instill a culture of life in a nation that has seen 55 million abortions since the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/25/abortion-opponents-march-in-washington/#ixzz2KciEY5ha
Representatives of pro-life groups are saddened and disappointed to hear of a woman who died from a legal late-term abortion in Maryland yesterday. As LifeNews reported, a 29-year old woman died yesterday as the result of fatal complications suffered during an abortion at 33 weeks.
On July 25, 1968, Pope Paul VI's Humanae Vitae re-affirmed the Catholic teaching on life, love and human sexuality. In that document, he listed the consequences of life lived outside Catholic teaching.
My wife has a sort of faux-award that she occasionally bestows, called the “Golden Eyeball Award.” It is presented to people who, for some reason or another, inexplicably miss seeing something that is sitting directly in front of them.
By twisting the arms of freshman Democrats nearly out of their sockets, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, at the end of the day, managed to eke out passage of HR 3962, her health care reform bill. But her five-vote victory was so narrow that some pundits are now opining that the Senate version of the bill is dead. Don’t count on it.
Steve Peroutka honored with a Papal Blessing for his Pro Life work.
"Well I ahve to tell you as your oncologist, you are my patient and my goal is to save your life. And if we want to save your life, the best thing for you to do is have an abortion." These were the words that Pamela Goris heard after waking up from anesthesia after a mastectomy.
For 29 years Nancy Brinker and Susan G. Komen for the Cure enjoyed the adoration of the masses. There is no better story than launching an organization to stop breast cancer at the request of one’s dying sister.
Pro-life activists used large posters with detailed images to share their message with the University community Monday on the quad.
OTTAWA - The federal cabinet minister responsible for the status of women has offered at least a partial explanation for why she voted in support of a pro-life motion in the House of Commons.
A Kansas newspaper has confirmed what pro-life Kansans had feared for months: that the abortion clinic once operated by the late George Tiller has been sold. The Wichita Eagle reported yesterday at the Tiller family sold the clinic to the Trust Women Foundation Inc. whose executive director, Julie Burkhart, is a former employee of Tiller.