While every day is a great day to be pro-life, this day — that of the March for Life — stands among the greatest. At the 45th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., earlier this afternoon, hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers
An amendment to the Tennessee state constitution that has been stuck in limbo for over three years was finally upheld by an appeals court ruling on Tuesday. Hailed as a victory by pro-lifers, this decision means that the 2014 ballot measure removing
On Friday, Newsweek magazine published an article with an intriguing title: “Meet the Elon Musk of Assisted Suicide, Whose Machine Lets You Kill Yourself Anywhere.” Interviewing Dr. Philip Nitschke, the Newsweek author provides an advertisement for his new, top-of-the-line product, a “luxurious”
While it begins its final sitting of 2017 this week, the Supreme Court already has many Americans anticipating the hearing of a case the justices just announced they will take up in 2018. Likely to become a high-profile ruling, the outcome of
Time and time again, whenever Planned Parenthood is faced with a safety regulation it considers burdensome, it sues the government, arguing that the regulation imposes an “undue burden” on women seeking abortions. The abortion giant’s latest lawsuit should evoke deep concern from
This week, the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released the first of a series of never-before-seen videos featuring whistleblower testimony regarding Planned Parenthood’s selling of fetal body parts to the biotech company StemExpress. The video serves to further shed light on the
According to an overreaching board of trustees, evangelical students at Princeton University should hide their religious affiliation because it stereotypes them as Republicans. The board recently announced their decision that the students must scrap the word “Evangelical” in their student club’s title.
On Tuesday, after heated debate on the House floor, representatives voted 237 to 189 to pass H.R. 36, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Sponsored by Representative Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) and co-sponsored by 182 of his colleagues, the bill would prohibit abortions