In what is being hailed as a huge victory for the pro-life cause, a California court tossed out 14 of the 15 felony charges filed against pro-life activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt after they released videos of abortion industry workers engaged in the trafficking of fetal body parts.
In a follow-up to a story we have been following for three years, the daughter of Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) who was advised to abort the child because she had no kidneys, is now a healthy and thriving toddler.
Lawyers representing David Daleiden, the videographer who released damning footage of abortion industry workers trafficking in fetal body parts in 2015, have filed a motion to have the judge in the case disqualified because of his ties to Planned Parenthood.
Valerie Huber, a tireless champion of sexual risk avoidance education for teens, has been appointed as Chief of Staff to the Assistant Secretary for Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
One of the most graphic of all videos released thus far from David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress depicts the true depravity of the people working in the abortion industry who are caught joking and laughing at a conference about “pulling off a leg or two” and eyeballs dropping into their laps during abortion procedures.
Several more Planned Parenthood clinics will be closing across the country as the organization responds to cuts in state-funding and the impact of ObamaCare.
While welcoming hundreds of people who suffer from a rare degenerative neurological condition known as Huntington’s Disease in the Paul VI Hall last week, Pope Francis pleaded with scientists searching for cures not to contribute to the “throw away culture” by using, and then destroying, human embryos.
The mother of a student attending Clay High School in Clay County, Florida says a teacher gave her son the idea of watching the controversial film, 13 Reasons Why, which contributed to some of his mental health disorders.
Even though too many associate natural fertility methods of family planning to be akin to the old “rhythm method,” today’s methods are 95 to 99 percent effective in achieving and/or preventing pregnancy and women are looking for alternatives to risky pills and IUDs – so why aren’t they getting the information they need?