Alarm bells are sounding throughout the ranks of minority-led pro-life groups after new statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that more than half of all abortions in the U.S. are performed on minority women.
A small Catholic high school class in Beloit, Kansas came up with the idea of staging a pro-life rally on Friday to educate teens and motivate them to take a stand against abortion – but the idea caught on and is now scheduled to take place in several states!
Scientists are calling for more research after a Swedish study found evidence that children conceived through in vitro fertilization are four times more likely of developing certain birth defects, and have a much higher risk of developing childhood cancers.
The latest 40 Days for Life campaign ended yesterday and, once again, it saved hundreds of babies from abortion and their mothers from a lifetime of regret.
A third of the abortion clinics currently operating in the state of Texas may begin to shut down as early as today after a federal appeals court ruled that most of the state’s new abortion restrictions can take effect.
In an effort to strip away the veil of secrecy from abortion funding on federal Obamacare exchanges, lawmakers on the Hill are demanding that Kathleen Sebelius publish a list of all insurers that will not provide abortion coverage.
There will be no more frightening display in American on this Halloween day than the 915 “pink” crosses that will be set up on the grounds of the Capitol Building between 11:00 AM and 12:30 EST – each cross representing the 915 babies killed every day at Planned Parenthood.
A hormone pill called Diane-35, manufactured by Bayer to treat acne but used off-label as a contraceptive has been implicated in the deaths of 27 women in Europe.
The state of Texas is planning on filing an emergency appeal of a controversial ruling by a federal judge which declared that elements of the state’s new abortion law are unconstitutional and cannot take effect today as planned.