A new study has found that women who take oral contraceptives have a 30 percent increased risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS).
Monthly Archives: February 2014
Former Scouts Confront Girl Scout CEO
Girl Scouts CEO Anna Maria Chavez is under fire once again by critics of her liberalized version of the Scouts for producing a video they say is full of disingenuous statements and outright fabrications – something they prove in a hard-hitting six minute rebuttal now available on YouTube.
Coerced Abortion is New Front in War on Women
Prescribing dangerous contraceptives to women is only one front in the war on women. Another case of a man forcing an abortion upon his unsuspecting partner reveals yet another and more insidious front in this war – coerced abortion.
The Five Tibetan Rites
TM writes: “My wife and I have enjoyed the five exercises seen here. They make it sound far more elaborate then what it is, merely five exercises 21 times each. At least that is how we see it. Can you comment?”
Faithful To The End
“The Virgin Mary, who believed in the word of the Lord, Read the rest…
Ethical Concerns Surrounding Three-Parent Offspring
Ethicists are sounding the alarm about possible human clinical trials in a controversial new fertilization technique that could create babies from the DNA of three people in order to avoid passing on defective genes.
Son of God Movie Debut Expected to Gross $22 Million
Son of God, the latest biblical drama by husband and wife team Mark Burnett and Roma Downey which opens in theaters tomorrow, is expected to be a runaway hit grossing more than $22 million on its opening weekend.
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Report: 16 Percent of Assisted Suicides are People with no Health Problems
A stunning new report has found that around 16 percent of people who choose to die by assisted suicide at three right-to-die facilities had no underlying medical cause and were simply “weary of life.”
Vatican Approves Miracle for Pope Paul VI
Venerable Pope Paul VI moved one step closer to sainthood last week when the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints approved a miracle attributed to his intercession.