Opinion

HHS lawsuit, round two: Healthcare.gov ‘fail’

Share

by Elise Hilton Fri Nov 01 10:52 EST Comments (0)

A new lawsuit against the federal government has been filed regarding the HHS mandate. The Williams family (father Joseph III, sons Joseph IV and Mark) own Electrolock, an electrical and thermal insulation company based in Ohio. The Williams…

Continue Reading »

When your arguments just can’t hack it

Share

by Secular Pro-Life Fri Nov 01 10:43 EST Comments (1)

What do you do when your arguments just can't hack it? You hack the opposition's website.

Last week, all Students for Life of America websites were hacked, causing a denial of service. Earlier this week, our intern attempted to access critical…

Continue Reading »

European parliament prepares new report on transgender ‘rights’ and ‘homophobia’

Share

by J.C. von Krempach, J.D. Fri Nov 01 10:24 EST Comments (3)

Ulrike Lunacek wants privileges, not equality

October 31, 2013 (Turtle Bay and Beyond) - The controversial Estrela-Report may not have flown, but the abortionist/homosexualist lobby’s next onslaught on human rights and human dignity is already in the pipeline.

Once again, it comes in the…

Continue Reading »

UN treaty on disabled that could promote abortion before Senate, again

Share

by Lisa Correnti Fri Nov 01 10:06 EST Comments (1)

October 31, 2013 (Turtle Bay and Beyond) - The U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations publicly noticed  a committee hearing for Tuesday, November 5 on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD). This will be the first of…

Continue Reading »

Anti-bullying programs lead to more bullying: Study

Share

by Izzy Kalman Thu Oct 31 11:25 EST Comments (1)

October 28, 2013 (MercatorNet) - October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. As if we needed to be more aware of it. The US government has a website, a Facebook page and an app to help parents combat the scourge of bullying. “Bullying of…

Continue Reading »

17-year-old pressured by clinic to have a late-term abortion, refuses

Share

by Sarah Terzo Thu Oct 31 10:10 EST Comments (12)

October 30, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - I recently read an account from a 17-year-old who was 24 weeks pregnant and was pressured by abortion clinic workers to abort her baby. The testimony appeared in the book Bitter Fruit: Women’s Experiences with…

Continue Reading »

New abortion campaign wants Congress to fund abortion ‘Above All’

Share

by Rebecca Downs Thu Oct 31 09:53 EST Comments (0)

October 30, 2013 (LiveActionNews) -The group All Above All is calling their message a  bold one, and it certainly is. While in downtown Washington, DC I noticed a metro bus with an ad from the group. With such an ad as one that reads: “Unite to…

Continue Reading »

Ambulance called to St. Louis Planned Parenthood for 2nd time this month

Share

by Operation Rescue staff Thu Oct 31 09:39 EST Comments (0)

October 29, 2013 (Operation Rescue) - For the second time this month, pro-life activists helplessly looked on as yet another ambulance rushed away from the St. Louis Planned Parenthood abortion clinic headed for a hospital emergency room. The…

Continue Reading »

The day I returned to Planned Parenthood to ask for the ultrasound of my aborted baby

Share

by Hannah Rose Allen Wed Oct 30 15:14 EST Comments (22)

Hannah Rose Allen
A memory box created by Hannah to remember her son Luke, including the ultrasound image.

Oct. 30, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - For nearly three years after I had an abortion at 6 weeks gestation in February 2009, I had a strong desire to return to the abortion clinic to obtain my records. I hoped to find out something, anything, I could…

Continue Reading »

Tags: abortion

Abortion images are offensive—and they should be

Share

by Jonathon van Maren Wed Oct 30 14:38 EST Comments (5)

An op-ed published in the Hamilton Spectator by The Canadian Center for Bio-ethical Reform.

Over the past several weeks, many people have been commenting both for and against the projects that our organization, the Canadian Centre for…

Continue Reading »

Mother charged with criminal homicide for dumping newborn baby into toilet tank appears in court

Share

by Dave Andrusko Wed Oct 30 14:28 EST Comments (2)

Amanda Hein will face a murder charge in Northampton County Court.

Last month, we wrote about an especially horrific case in which the body of an abandoned newborn baby was found in a plastic bag, stuffed in a toilet tank in a restaurant restroom in Lower Saucon Township, Pennsylvania (“Mother charged with…

Continue Reading »

‘Where are your scars?’ Human Life International honors Lincoln bishop with pro-life award

Share

by Fidero Wed Oct 30 13:58 EST Comments (0)

October 27, 2013 (HLI) - On October 18, 2013, Human Life International awarded Most Reverend Fabian Bruskewitz the Cardinal von Galen Award for his courageous defense of human life. HLI President Father Shenan J. Boquet presented…

Continue Reading »

Let the people decide on gay ‘marriage’

Share

by David van Gend Wed Oct 30 13:35 EST Comments (2)

October 30, 2013 (MercatorNet) - Nine politicians in the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly voted last week to legalise homosexual marriage on behalf of all Australians. The nine were a predictable Labor-Green alliance and were…

Continue Reading »

Those weirdos with lots of kids: fecundophobia defined

Share

by John Stonestreet Wed Oct 30 13:23 EST Comments (6)

October 30, 2013 (BreakPoint) - According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 6.3 million of us have a diagnosed phobia—that is, an irrational, sometimes even debilitating, fear of something.

It could be glossophobia, the fear of public…

Continue Reading »

Tweetfest demanding Sebelius #BeTransparent on abortion funding in Obamacare today

Share

by Jill Stanek Wed Oct 30 13:08 EST Comments (0)

Today pro-lifers will take to Twitter to pressure Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to #BeTransparent about abortion coverage in Obamacare.

Sign up here, where you’ll also find sample tweets as well as twitter handles of…

Continue Reading »

back to top