- Growing number of voters lead with abortion views
- Petition to end abortion in Spain draws 100,000 signatures
- His name is Aaron
- Boy Crazy: Sex selective parents flock to US
- Breaking: Feds sue Arizona to force abortion coverage
- Pro-life group charges court bias in Costa Rica IVF case
- Pro-abortion terrorist sentenced for death threats against pro-lifers
- Misleading messages from Obama campaign on contraceptive mandate
|Growing number of voters lead with abortion views
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 01:15 PM PDT
A growing number of Americans say they will only vote for political candidates who agree with their stance on abortion, according to a poll released Thursday.
|Petition to end abortion in Spain draws 100,000 signatures
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 01:12 PM PDT
Accompanied by a group of children, a local pro-life leader delivered a petition signed by 100,000 people to the Ministry of Justice calling for the end of abortion in Spain.
|His name is Aaron
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 12:16 PM PDT
|Boy Crazy: Sex selective parents flock to US
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 12:05 PM PDT
Some couples want a baby boy badly. So badly they’re willing to fly halfway around the world to get one. Destination? The United States.
|Breaking: Feds sue Arizona to force abortion coverage
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 11:42 AM PDT
In fighting the federal government, state Solicitor General David Cole said federal laws have always allowed states to establish “meaningful provider qualifications.” And he argued that banning funds for Planned Parenthood — even for non-abortion services — fits within that power.
|Pro-life group charges court bias in Costa Rica IVF case
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 07:11 AM PDT
A local pro-life group claims the Inter-American Human Rights Court compromised its impartiality by voicing pro-abortion views ahead of an upcoming ruling on Costa Rica’s in-vitro fertilization ban.
|Pro-abortion terrorist sentenced for death threats against pro-lifers
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 07:10 AM PDT
A self-described “pro-choice terrorist” on Wednesday was sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for his 2010 internet death threats against pro-life leaders like Fr. Frank Pavone and Princeton University law professor Robert P. George.
|Misleading messages from Obama campaign on contraceptive mandate
Posted: 05 Oct 2012 07:01 AM PDT
“The head of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, described Romney and Ryan during her speech at the Democratic National Convention as “two men who are committed to ending insurance coverage for birth control.” This is blatantly misleading. It implies that the two candidates want to prohibit insurance coverage for contraceptives, which is not true.”