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Pro-Life Group Endorses Karen Handel in Georgia Congressional Runoff

National Right to Life has endorsed Karen Handel (R) following the special election in Georgia’s sixth congressional district to replace former Rep. Tom Price, who was confirmed as the new Secretary of Health and Human Services. “National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Karen Handel, whose position on life reflects the true values of […]

Missouri House Advances Bill to Stop Selling the Body Parts of Aborted Babies

Missouri House lawmakers moved forward with a bill Wednesday that would tighten up regulations prohibiting the sale or donation of aborted babies’ body parts. The state House gave its initial approval of the bill Wednesday in a voice vote; legislators must approve it a second time before the bill can move to the state Senate, […]

What if Flags Flew at Half Staff Each Day to Remember Babies Killed in Abortion?

Flying the United States flag at half-mast or half-staff is a symbol of honor, remembrance, and mourning in response to a loss of human life. [A quick aside: In the U.S., the term “half-mast” is used on ships and “half-staff” is used on land, representing what the flag is normally attached to – a mast […]

Can gov’t withhold benefits from churches? Supreme Court will decide

The Missouri playground case will be the first indication of how Justice Neil Gorsuch will rule.

Cecile Richards: “Planned Parenthood Isn’t the Problem, Planned Parenthood is the Solution”

Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards is working hard to boost her abortion group’s image amid numerous scandals and efforts to cut off its taxpayer funding. On Tuesday, the highly paid non-profit head visited Kingston, New York to host a round-table meeting with local abortion activists and the media, The Daily Freeman reports. Richards and local […]

Judge orders Christian to betray friends who helped him evangelize gays

'Only in a case involving homosexual activism... could such a deviation from established legal norms be contemplated.'

Gideon Was Given a Chance at Life Because His Mother Rejected Abortion, Now He’s Beating the Odds

( — After having been advised to abort her first two children due to both social and medical reasons (which she refused), Heather Hobbs was heartbroken to learn that doctors wanted to abort her third child as well. At around 24 weeks gestation, Hobbs was experiencing a nagging feeling that something wasn’t right with her […]

‘Survivor’ contestant fired from his real estate job for exposing transgender ‘deception’

Jeff Varner was not only voted off the show but his employer let him go after the episode was shown.

Vice President Mike Pence Will Headline National Gala for Pro-Life Women’s Group

Vice President Mike Pence will be the keynote speaker at a major pro-life Gala next month. The pro-life vice president will headline an event for the national pro-life group Susan B Anthony list the first week in May. The event will take place Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at the Andrew Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C. […]

Iowa Legislature Passes Bill Banning Late-Term Abortions After 20 Weeks

Iowa lawmakers approved a bill Tuesday to protect unborn babies from painful, late-term abortions. The Courier reports the state Senate voted 30-20 to approve the bill Tuesday, sending it to Gov. Terry Branstad for his signature. Branstad, a pro-life Republican, is expected to sign the bill. The bill would prohibit abortions after 20 weeks on […]

Pro-life ‘Planned Bullyhood’ author advances to Georgia run-off election

Karen Handel will face a pro-abortion Democrat for the seat vacated by new Health and Human Services chief Tom Price.

LGBT values will be pushed on two-year-olds in UK preschools

The teachers union backed sex and relationship education from nursery school through high school.

Dublin archbishop calls Catholicism a ‘harsh,’ ‘judgmental’ ‘religion of fear’ in Holy Week homilies

The Dublin archbishop criticized 'empty ritual,' economic policies, 'judgmentalism of people who Jesus would have welcomed' while praising liberation theology.

Senate approval moves Iowa closer to full 20-week abortion ban

There are no exceptions for rape, incest or fetal anomalies in the bill.

Abortion Activist Steals Pro-Life Sign and Hits Priest With Her Vehicle as She Drove Away

An Ohio pro-life group said an abortion activist injured one of its volunteers and tried to steal several pro-life signs earlier this month outside a Columbus, Ohio abortion clinic. Created Equal posted a video of the April 8 incident this week, showing a local priest named Father Joseph Klee almost being run over by a […]

Peter Singer: Sexually Assaulting Mentally Disabled People Isn’t That Bad Because They Can’t Comprehend It

We say it often: ideas have consequences; bad ideas have victims. And a certain, consistent Princeton bioethicist continues to show just how true that is. How do we know what’s right? Great minds have wrestled with that question for much of history. Is it doing our duty regardless of the consequences? Is it doing whatever […]

Midwives May Soon be Doing Surgical Abortions For the First Time Ever

England may begin allowing midwives to perform surgical abortions after a recent legal report claimed the law allows non-doctors to conduct the deadly procedures. The controversial, taxpayer-funded research by law professor and abortion...Show More Summary

Kansas Abortions Drop 2.4 Percent as 164 More Babies Saved From Abortion

The Kansas Department of Health & Environment (KDHE) today reported a 2.4% drop in total Kansas abortions for 2016, compared to 2015. 6,810 abortions were registered with KDHE last year (including 20 obtained by Kansas women in other states), a drop from 6,974 abortions in 2015. There were two encouraging stats. Fewer Kansas abortions were […]

Pope’s delegate orders former head of Knights of Malta to miss successor’s election

Does this move signal Pope Francis' wish to move the Order in a distinctly new direction?

Infant mortality in the U.S. falls to lowest levels ever

Despite recent gains, however, infant mortality in the United States still remains higher than in Europe and other developed countries.

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