Two days after a federal judge blocked a pro-life “heartbeat” law limiting abortions in Texas, a federal appeals court reinstated it…
In a video from The Federalist, pro-abortion protesters in Los Angeles admitted that they don’t care whether an unborn baby is a human life…
It does not get much sadder than this, to learn that less than 1/4 of all this generation consider life valuable speaks volumes for the evils of media and public education indoctrination.
The month of October kicks off “Respect Life Month” in the Catholic Church. With the U.S. Supreme Court scheduled to hear the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case on December 1, Christians across the country have begun praying in earnest for the case that could overturn Roe v. Wade. How will Americans react to the possibility of the Court altering the long-standing Roe ruling concerning abortion?
Many Americans wonder why abortion remains such a high-profile issue after all these years. The explanation is simple. Almost 50 years ago, seven appointed—not elected—justices decided that killing unborn babies should be a constitutionally-protected act. Since that time, more than 62 million unborn babies have been killed in our nation…
Some folks are all about numbers so here are a few for you, In America every day:
Stats from liveaction.org
- 100 people die in car accidents
- 1300 people die from smoking related issues
- 2363 babies are murdered in abortions
While NO ONE should ever advocate for abortion at all, the democratic party at one time seemed to at least have some sense of morality.
Republican Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton said Wednesday that Democrats have discarded Bill and Hillary Clinton’s “safe, legal, and rare” stance on abortion because it implies that there is “something wrong about the practice.” Cotton questioned Democratic Texas State Rep. Donna Howard on her abortion stances Wednesday during a Senate Judiciary Committee, asking Howard whether she […]
More than 500 female athletes signed an Amicus brief last week asking the U.S. Supreme Court to rule against a Mississippi law that bans abortions after about 15 weeks of pregnancy.
Signed by female Olympians, soccer and basketball and swimming stars, the brief failed to address the critical questions of children’s humanity and moral status in the womb. Instead, the athletes focused on how abortion restrictions “harm” them…