A heartwarming video is taking the internet by storm today as a young man toting flowers and a bag of Doritos is seen asking a delighted teen with Down Syndrome to go to the prom.
Not long ago, Planned Parenthood was using fuzzy math to insist that only three percent of their business comes from abortion – now they’re playing fast and loose with the facts again by claiming that women who live in 105 counties in the U.S. will have no access to the full range of contraceptive services if Planned Parenthood is defunded.
On day two of his confirmation hearing, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch said he respected the precedent set by Roe v. Wade but refused to call it a “super precedent” when pressed by a pro-abortion senator.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
A recent demonstration outside a cathedral in Argentina in which feminists staged a mock abortion of a woman dressed as the Virgin Mary, sparked international outrage and prompted a response from a priest whose letter to the perpetrators has gone viral.
Saturday’s March for Life in Peru is said to have attracted more than 750,000 people – many of them youth who are impassioned for life and weren’t afraid to proclaim that message in a rousing song and dance flash mob in the middle of Lima!
International outrage is growing over a Brazilian soccer player who is being allowed back into the game after serving time for arranging to have his pregnant girlfriend killed, then assisting in chopping up her body and feeding it to dogs.
With confirmation hearings for Judge Neil Gorsuch scheduled to begin next week, more than 50 abortion industry providers and activist groups have signed on to a letter urging pro-abortion Senators to oppose his nomination to the Supreme Court.
A new study on the alleged health benefits of contraception, which was commissioned by Planned Parenthood with the hopes of convincing lawmakers not to strip them of taxpayer funding, has been found to be over-long on hype and far too short on facts.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard signed a bill into law on Friday that will allow religious adoption and foster care agencies the right to refuse adoption based on their sincerely held religious beliefs.