Ms. Laguens, You don't know me and there's very little chance you've ever heard of me, but in any case, I want to make a public appeal to you.
A child born Monday morning in a Miami hospital was given the perfect name by her mother: Destiny.
As if they weren't singled out enough already by legislation that would force them to promote state taxpayer-funded abortions, leaders at the five pro-life pregnancy help centers in Hawaii are starting to realize just how stacked the deck is against them.
In some respects, it would be hard to imagine a more direct rebuke to Big Abortion than Beyoncé's elaborate performance at Sunday night's Grammy Awards.
Among the vast crowd that descended on the nation's capitol Friday for the 44th annual March for Life, one first-time marcher, a young single mother named Janai, personified the event's 2017 theme, "The Power of One."
We either stand against both, or we accept Roe as "settled law" along with Obergerfell. Trying to take a position in the middle won't work precisely because the middle doesn't exist.
Election 2016 is just weeks away, and, with both major candidates for the presidency descending to historic lows in approval ratings, Christians and other pro-lifers are among those reconsidering their long-held default options for the nation's top executive.
I can't be sure if the stigma was as prevalent in the days prior to Dr. Frankenstein's infamous cemetery caper, but let's just say the idea of grave robbing lacks a certain mass appeal.
Gentle readers of the educational journal known as Cosmopolitan are in for their third installment of fruitless attacks from serial pregnancy help detractor Meaghan Winter.
What do we really mean when we use terms like "abortion access" and "reproductive justice"?