Court drops lawsuit against Planned Parenthood, again

Professor who assaulted pro-lifers sentenced to three years probation and anger management

Pope makes strong, silent anti-abortion statement

Planned Parenthood clinics in Arizona and Colorado under investigation

Journey to Baby Gammy: How we justify a market in children

Assisted suicide in international spotlight: Swiss society numbers up, Australia suspends physician

Another win in standing against Obamacare mandate

Population controller: Parents must be licensed and pass a test to have kids

Judge orders late-term abortionist Martin Haskell to close his clinic

Planned Parenthood abortion doc sexually molested patients for 20 years

Beyond Obamacare, it’s time to take on the great society

‘Step forward’ for adult stem cell research

Pope to visit cemetery for aborted children in Korea

Federal court strikes down Obamacare mandate for Christian college

Federal court rules Louisiana College can opt out of Obamacare’s birth control mandate

La. decision brings ADF victories against abortion-pill mandate to 20 wins, 0 losses

Group that helped China launch its one-child policy reveals how it will push abortion globally

Pro-life group asks Supreme Court to allow ‘Choose Life’ license plates

Forty-five babies would die in abortions every single day, but this happens

Government trying to ‘dupe the public’ over GM babies

Planned Parenthood accused of failing to report alleged serial rapist

Anti-abortion group: Birth control clinic didn’t report rape

Five things your children need to know about abortion

Suicide cult pushes home made suicide kit

‘Passion of the Christ’ star Jim Caviezel calls abortion ‘great sin’ in America

Planned Parenthood tells teen to let her boyfriend beat her with a horse whip

Federal court rules abortion pill mandate violates La. College’s religious freedom

European Court: No human right to kill a baby with down syndrome in abortion

ADF files complaint against Planned Parenthood for sex abuse reporting failure

Surrogacy couple wanted abortion, refund

Abortionist reprimanded for making female patients undress in front of him

    Life News: “I almost died after an abortion that Dr. Wartanian performed,” Danielle said. She related how Wartanian had conducted an abortion on her in her sixth month of pregnancy. However, he left tissue and the placenta inside her, which putrified and caused a massive infection. She had to be rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery to remove the festering tissue.


  • Posted: 08/12/2014
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In Korea, Pope Francis to visit cemetery for aborted babies

“Truth. Legislation. Love. And the greatest of these is love”

Yes, people believe abortion is murder

Report suggests Planned Parenthood may defraud taxpayers

Planned Parenthood failed to report a child rapist, who then assaulted more girls

TUHSD lays out the welcome mat for taxpayers

Arizona officials should investigate Planned Parenthood sex assault cover-up, pro-life groups say

Thai surrogacy clinic violated regulations by selling child to pedophile? Investigation launched

Dangers of assisted suicide highlighted as Minnesota judge hears closing arguments

Four stories you need to know: Airstrikes in Iraq, Planned Parenthood scandal, and more

Q&A: Why Hahn family is glad they joined Hobby Lobby to fight Obamacare’s HHS mandate

Mississippi horror: Doctor aborts babies in the name of Jesus

Parent consumers, baby commodities

    Breakpoint: Last year, an Australian couple offered a financially-strapped woman in Thailand the equivalent of $11,000 to act as a surrogate to bear their baby. Hundreds of Australians make similar arrangements with Thai women each year, because it’s much cheaper than hiring an Australian woman as a surrogate. In fact, this type of “medical tourism,” or what you might call “bargain hunting for babies,” is common in many western countries.


  • Posted: 08/11/2014
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Group demands investigation into allegations against Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood ignored rape of teen girl, allowing rapist to rape others

Arizona officials asked to investigate Planned Parenthood for failure to report rape

Pro-life group seeks Planned Parenthood probe

Planned Parenthood won’t comment on doing abortion on raped 13-year-old, returning her to rapist

African pro-life activist: We don’t need abortion

ADF seeks investigation of Planned Parenthood for failing to report rape

Abortion clinic files appeal of closure order

A tale of two very different views of human sexuality

Research shows unborn babies anticipate touch in the womb

How surrogacy can create victims

Christian legal group calls for investigation into Planned Parenthood

“Pro-choice” proponents turn on Planned Parenthood

ADF: Planned Parenthood must report sexual assault of children

Irish Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald is determined to push abortion

Abortion provider calls taking life of unborn “a sacred decision”

Planned Parenthood bestows “Excellence in Media Award” to Cosmo

City of Madison officially rescinds censorship zones

Aborting in the name of Jesus

    Russell Moore: It is one of the most disturbing articles I’ve ever read. The current issue of Esquire magazine profiles the “abortion ministry” of Willie Parker, a doctor who flies in and out of my home state of Mississippi to perform abortions at the state’s only abortion clinic. The word “ministry” isn’t incidental. Dr. Parker says he aborts unborn children because Jesus wants him to.


  • Posted: 08/06/2014
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Ohio Health Department cracks down on abortion clinics, Planned Parenthood for abuses

Of course pro-choicers are trying to rebrand – they’re losing among young adults

Daughter of mentally challenged Reno woman who was almost forced to abort adopted by grandparents

Offer preteen girls sex ed and abortion while they are still ‘malleable’: Georgetown researchers