For the first time in seven years, more Americans identify themselves as pro-choice than pro-life on abortion, according to Gallup.
Fifty percent of Americans identified themselves as pro-choice while 44 percent identified themselves as pro-life, according to the results released Friday. This marks the first time since 2008 that pro-choicers had a statistically significant lead on pro-lifers.
Since 2009, Americans have been about evenly divided between pro-choice and pro-life identifiers. Before that, pro-choicers had consistently outnumbered pro-lifers. The high marks for pro-life identifiers were in 2009 and 2012 when 51 percent and 50 percent, respectively, of Americans identified as pro-life. more >>
West Virginia's recently passed law prohibiting abortions after 20 weeks save for the health of the mother has officially taken effect.
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, or House Bill 2568, was overwhelmingly passed by both houses of the state legislature and then passed via the overriding of a governor's veto.
There is an old saying – "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts." - From the legend of "The Trojan Horse."
Today, we could substitute the name Planned Parenthood for the Greeks, because like the Greeks, Planned Parenthood is waging a war on the lives of mothers and our children; and like the Greeks, Planned Parenthood wants to hide their secret agenda.
During her lifetime, PPH Founder Margaret Sanger was a popular eugenicist, promoter of the development of birth control pills and one of the founders of Planned Parenthood. This is what she had to say: more >>
Churches should stop spending so much time fighting against abortion and gay marriage and do more about poverty and suffering, some say. There are three important points to keep in mind when you hear this claim.
Hosted by the National Association of Evangelicals and Georgetown's Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life, the May 11-13 Catholic-Evangelical Summit on Overcoming Poverty brought together both Evangelicals and Catholics, liberals and conservatives, to discuss how churches can better address poverty. There were 17 sessions in all. Solutions offered dealt not only with what local churches can do, but the roles government, business and labor can play as well. more >>
Missouri has fined a major insurance company $4.5 million for violating state laws regarding insurance coverage of autism spectrum issues and for covering elective abortions.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announced Tuesday the $4.5 million settlement with Aetna, said to be the largest fine the state has ever doled out for insurance law violations.
What does Planned Parenthood, America's largest abortion provider, share on social media? Some of their posts may surprise you.
1. The only person who matters, when having an abortion, is "me."
Does the person who was aborted matter? more >>