- Employers looking to dodge crushing Obamacare law
- France considers outlawing ‘mom’ and ‘dad’
- Belfast bishop laments abortion clinic opening in his diocese
- Argentine high court okays abortion for rape victims, compounding tragedy
- Analysts: Biden left reality behind with abortion talk
|Employers looking to dodge crushing Obamacare law
Posted: 13 Oct 2012 07:36 AM PDT
A second Obama term would guarantee the president’s health care law will be fully implemented, and businesses are warning that may affect their employees.
|France considers outlawing ‘mom’ and ‘dad’
Posted: 13 Oct 2012 07:30 AM PDT
If France’s new Socialist government has its way, mothers and fathers will cease to exist — in legal papers, that is.
|Belfast bishop laments abortion clinic opening in his diocese
Posted: 13 Oct 2012 07:09 AM PDT
A new abortion clinic in Belfast, Northern Ireland scheduled to open Oct. 18 has dismayed Bishop Noel Treanor of the Diocese of Down and Connor.
|Argentine high court okays abortion for rape victims, compounding tragedy
Posted: 12 Oct 2012 04:16 PM PDT
This capital’s conservative mayor has agreed to designate five municipal hospitals to terminate pregnancies in certain circumstances after the Argentine Supreme Court slapped down a local judge for blocking an abortion for a rape victim, members of Mauricio Macri’s administration said Friday.
|Analysts: Biden left reality behind with abortion talk
Posted: 12 Oct 2012 04:12 PM PDT
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s profession that he is personally opposed to abortion while supporting its legalization fails to acknowledge the life-taking reality of abortion, said critics including a prominent Notre Dame law professor.