Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are seeking to block an Ohio fetal-remains law, calling it an unconstitutional restriction.
Data suggest that abortion rates fall when the law protects unborn children, and public health tends to improve.
In Colautti v. Franklin, the Supreme Court rules unconstitutional, by a vote of 6 to 3, a Pennsylvania statute.
Women deserve better than the lie that abortion is mere health care and then time off because she was lied to.
Consciences aren’t helped by priests giving their blessing to evil.
Boston and Portland have extended paid leave to city employees who have an abortion.
If Republicans want to win elections, the coalition of pro-life and limited-government conservatives must continue to stand together.
A New York Times report on prenatal testing is even more grim in light of our proclivity for aborting children deemed unfit.
Companies are making a lot of money off early-gestation, prenatal blood tests that search for rare genetic conditions. Reportedly, the results are often wrong.
People are hurting, and so many of our elite institutions are just hurting them more by lying to them and wanting us all to submit to the lie.