Abortion is not a 'settled' issue

Posted: 03 Sep 2012 08:43 AM PDT

On January 22, 1973, the U. S. Supreme Court struck down all state laws prohibiting abortion. Abortion advocates celebrated that decision, claiming that abortion was a” settled issue.” But pro-life people were outraged and committed themselves to restoring legal protection to the unborn.

Romney pledges to protect life, marriage as prez

Posted: 03 Sep 2012 08:40 AM PDT

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney delivered his acceptance speech at the GOP convention last week night, laying out his vision for a Romney presidency.

Wealthy couples flock to USA to avoid UK sex selection ban

Posted: 03 Sep 2012 08:21 AM PDT

In the UK, using sex as criterion for embryo selection during IVF is forbidden under the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990, which was amended to ban non-medical sex-selection in 2008. As such, wealthy Britons have been flocking to the US, where sex-selective early abortion is permitted.

U. of Texas backs professor in battle with gay blogger

Posted: 03 Sep 2012 04:28 AM PDT

The University of Texas-Austin is backing a sociology professor who came under withering attack for a study that found children of same-sex parents are more likely to be depressed or on welfare than kids raised by heterosexual couples.

Dems to add same-sex 'marriage' to party platform

Posted: 02 Sep 2012 04:55 PM PDT

Eight years after Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California said the push for legalizing gay 'marriage' was “too much, too fast, too soon,” the Democratic Party will make history Tuesday when it is expected to be the first major party to endorse the destruction of traditional marriage.

How much would you pay to be a mother?

Posted: 02 Sep 2012 04:30 PM PDT

On Saturday, the Daily Mail told the story of a British couple who spent £20,000 having a baby using an Indian surrogate. It revealed the lengths some couples will go to purchase a child and the huge costs they face.