- pple Urged by China Activist to Act on One-Child Rule
- Pro abortion group argues for limits to religious freedom
- Blue pills, green cards and gay ‘marriage’
- Contraceptive Implant Lost in Women’s Bodies
- Abortion more dangerous than giving birth, for baby AND mom
- A dark alliance
|Apple Urged by China Activist to Act on One-Child Rule
Posted: 06 Sep 2012 07:47 AM PDT
Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese dissident whose flight to the U.S. in April roiled U.S.-China relations, said iPhone-maker Apple Inc. (AAPL) should take a more outspoken role criticizing China for its one-child policy.
|Pro abortion group argues for limits to religious freedom
Posted: 06 Sep 2012 07:04 AM PDT
A dissenting Catholic group believes that the First Amendment protection of religious freedom applies to personal decisions but does not allow people to apply their beliefs to every area of their lives.
|Blue pills, green cards and gay ‘marriage’
Posted: 06 Sep 2012 06:54 AM PDT
In the 1972 race for the White House, George McGovern became the candidate known for what was mocked as an out-of-touch platform: amnesty, abortion and acid. Now, President Obama has embraced his own outside-the-mainstream positions. What once was “hope and change” has now turned into Blue pills, green cards and gay ‘marriage.’
|Contraceptive Implant Lost in Women’s Bodies
Posted: 06 Sep 2012 05:04 AM PDT
Research done by the Medicines and Health Regulatory devices Agency (MHRA) has found that hundreds of thousands of women may ironically be at risk of never having a child, as their contraceptive implants are going missing in their bodies.
|Abortion more dangerous than giving birth, for baby AND mom
Posted: 06 Sep 2012 03:48 AM PDT
A new study of the medical records for nearly half a million women in Denmark reveals significantly higher maternal death rates following abortion compared to delivery.
|A dark alliance
Posted: 05 Sep 2012 01:53 PM PDT
Criticizing major players on both sides, former Susan G. Komen for the Cure vice president Karen Handel has written a blistering insider’s account of the prominent cancer charity’s decision to halt grants to Planned Parenthood and its swift retreat in the face of an intense, widespread backlash.