The Medical Examiner’s Office of the city of Philadelphia is refusing all offers to bury the remains of 47 babies who were killed by Dr. Kermit Gosnell in his now infamous House-of-Horrors abortion clinic.
Authorities in the two countries made policy decisions in the past week that will make it possible for children to be euthanised, even if the only reason is the distress a dying child causes its parents.
Thanks to a new bill signed into law in Texas last week, student’s who wish to celebrate Christmas and other holidays in their schools will be able to do so without fearing legal challenges.
Jean-Michel Colo, the mayor of the town of Arcangues in France, is taking an heroic stand against the new and highly unpopular homosexual marriage law in his county by refusing to marry a same-sex couple in his jurisdiction, an action that could cost him his freedom.
If your son or daughter comes home from school one day sporting a little macrame-style bracelet with bright colored beads called a “Shamballa bracelet”, it might be time for a heart-to-heart talk on how not to throw money away on worthless baubles.
While an alarming increase of aggressive breast cancer over the past few years due to the use of abortion and hormonal contraceptives is killing more young women than ever before, ideologues pushing these “reproductive rights” for women are still ruling the day.
Sarah Murnaghan, the 10-year-old girl with cystic fibrosis whose quest for a new set of lungs has started a national controversy over transplant policy, is said to be resting comfortably after receiving the lungs she so desperately needed.
Media experts say easy access to computers has resulted in a shocking rise in the number of children who become addicted to porn.
Parents of students at a $41,000 per year private school in Manhattan were horrified when their children came home from school with a macabre homework assignment – write a suicide note.