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Dear God, is Oil a Blessing or a Curse?

Originally published on By calling on Oklahomans to pray for oil, Governor Mary Fallin has stretched the limits of my patience and perhaps a little bit of my better judgment. Governor Fallin would have us all believe that it’s been a really tough year for the oil industry. Show More Summary

A wave of deals pushes stocks higher; tech shares jump

U.S. stocks rose Monday as investors were cheered by a spate of corporate dealmaking over the weekend. Technology companies made the biggest gains. But investors were doubtful that the biggest deal, AT&T's agreement to buy Time Warner, will happen. Companies announced almost $100 billion in deals...

Pope Emeritus Benedict reiterates call for priests to ‘face East’

The retired pope's thoughts affirm a recent suggestion by Cardinal Robert Sarah for celebrants to consider facing the altar during the liturgy.

Panasonic and Schneider Electric Partner on Wireless Building Management

With just one interface, a building management system designed in a Panasonic/ Schneider Electric collaboration has the potential to deliver real-time data to reduce energy consumption and drive savings Panasonic and Schneider Electric Partner on Wireless Building Management was originally posted on: PlanetSave. Show More Summary

Two men convicted of murder in shooting of 19-year-old over gang colors

Two gang members were convicted Monday in the shooting death of Tavin Price, a 19-year-old who was killed in front of his mother in the parking lot of a Hyde Park car wash last year. The jury deliberated for less than three hours before finding Kanasho Shadrick Johns, 29, and Kevin Deon Johnson,...

Belgian Catholics urge Rome to discipline Antwerp bishop over gay advocacy

Bishop Johan Bonny's new book recommends a Church blessing and openness to Communion for homosexual, divorced, remarried, and cohabitating couples.

Researcher: It Appears That The Entire Coast Off Washington, Oregon, & California Is A Giant Methane Seep

In an example of how little is actually known about what goes on in the world’s oceans, researchers recently discovered 500 “new” (newly discovered, that is) methane vents off the west coast of the US. “It appears that the entire coast...Show More Summary

B.C. hospices say they’ve been told to offer euthanasia

The Fraser Health Authority would not confirm whether voluntary hospices have been asked to add euthanasia to their services.

Abortion supporters return to streets in Poland to protest pro-life laws

Radical groups continue to put pressure on the government in an attempt to loosen the country's laws on the protection of life.

19-year-old social conservative defeats Brown-backed PC president for nomination

The stunning upset is a 'blow to PC Leader Patrick Brown indeed, and a victory for parental rights!' says a pro-family leader.

Trying to justify abortion as an ‘act of love’ is a distortion

Some women, such as Abby Flanagan and Wendy Davis, choose to end the life of a terminally diagnosed baby in the womb.

Obama fights back after judge blocks transgender bathroom mandate

The administration challenged a district judge's injunction by taking its case to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

We Must Keep Congress Pro-Life, Here are Pro-Life Senate Candidates Who Need Your Help

As National Right to Life has explained in elaborate detail, the next president will nominate a successor for the late Justice Antonin Scalia, and probably have the opportunity to nominate successors to at least two more justices. The United States Senate will confirm or block these nominees. Pro-lifers across the nation must remain focused on […]

What’s The Future Of California’s High Speed Rail System?

California’s high speed rail system has been moving at a low speed since voters approved a bond issue to launch it in 2008. That ballot measure authorized a bullet train from San Francisco to Los Angeles and eventually Anaheim, at speeds of 220 miles per hour and stops in Central Valley cities like Fresno and […]

Euthanasia Group Hides Its Assisted Suicide Agenda Renaming Itself “My Death, My Decision”

Another euthanasia lobby group has rebranded itself. SOARS, The Society for Old Age Rational Suicide, a lobby group based in the United Kingdom, has renamed itself My Death, My Decision. “Suicide” is a word that nearly all campaigners avoid as it carries negative connotations. In 2009 SOARS split from another UK group, Dignity in Dying, […]

October Surprises: A Month of Major Advances in Climate Policy

As the campaign seems to get more and more awful, I thought you might like to hear some good news. Behind the tumult of the campaign, there has been real progress in addressing climate change in the U.S. and around the world.  In particular, there were four major advances just this month. The first is that […]

Donald Trump: “According to Hillary You Can Abort a Baby at 9 Months, That’s Unacceptable”

In a new interview with CBN, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump went after pro-abortion candidate Hillary Clinton’s radical abortion views. The interview comes on the heels of a national debate in which Trump and Clinton feuded over the issue of abortion. During the debate Trump made it very clear that he will appoint pro-life justices […]

Father Raped His Daughter 2-3 Times a Week and Aborted Her Baby When She Became Pregnant

In a sickening case out of California, a man was sentenced to 1,503 years in prison on Friday after he repeatedly raped his daughter and then paid her to abort her unborn child. A jury found Rene Lopez, 41, of Fresno, California, guilty of 186 counts of sexual assault including a dozen counts of rape […]

Mom’s Heartbreaking Images of 22-Week-Old Stillborn Baby Reveal the Humanity of Unborn Children

It’s been about five years since Tracey Moreton lost her unborn son to a rare condition, but she still visits the place where she spread his ashes at least twice a month. The Leeds, England mother recently decided to share photos of her son who was stillborn after 22 weeks in the womb to demonstrate […]

Terminally Ill Woman’s Insurance Company Will Pay for Her Assisted Suicide, But Not for Chemo

The Washington Times reported that the California Assisted-suicide law prompted an insurance company to deny coverage to a terminally ill California woman. Bradford Richardson, from the Washington Times reported that Stephanie Packer,...Show More Summary

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