A pro-abortion staff member at Purdue University has allegedly threatened to rape pro-life women in an online comment to an article posted by the pro-life website Live Action News. Following reports of the staff member's comment, the Indiana school is now investigating the claims.
After members of the Purdue Students for Life organization posted flyers around campus last week to bring awareness to the extremely high number of abortions in the African-American community, the group faced backlash from the campus community for putting up the posters during Black History Month.
Jamie Newman, who works in Purdue's Visual and Performing Arts Department as a piano accompanist for the Division of Dance, took to Facebook to voice his outrage with the pro-life group's messaging around the West Lafayette campus. more >>
This week, a coalition of pro-life and faith-based groups — most based in Texas — are coming together under the banner Texas Loves Life. We're not doing it for press conferences, lobbying or other common reasons. The coalition Texas Loves Life exists solely to pray for the Supreme Court, believing for life to be upheld as the court considers an important Texas pro-life law in the current session.
Carol Everett, founder of The Heidi Group based in Round Rock, Texas, addressed pro-life faith leaders on our first conference call (recording now online) this past Monday.
"We recently surveyed our network of 183 life-affirming pregnancy centers in Texas, who reported increases as high as 300 percent of women using our ultrasound and other services," said Everett. more >>
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, said that it is insulting when people question her parents' Christian faith. Clinton added that she left a Baptist church at a young age and joined the Methodists over the abortion issue.
"My mother is very deeply a person of faith," Chelsea Clinton said, according to Page Six. "It is deeply authentic and real for my mother, and it guides so much of her moral compass, but also her life's work."
Clinton, a philanthropist who works with the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Global Initiative, said that people are wrong to question her mother's faith, or the faith of her father, former President Bill Clinton. more >>
A high school principal in Georgia returned to work on Monday after he was suspended in January for issuing Facebook posts that were critical of Muslims, the LGBT movement and the abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
Gary Davison, the principal at Lambert High School, which is about 40 miles north of Atlanta, was placed on administrative leave on Jan. 28 after school district officials scrutinized his personal opinions posted on his Facebook page.
Most of the posts in question were from the fall and summer of 2015. According to the Forsyth Herald, Davison called Islam a violent religion and warned that Georgia should not be accepting Syrian refugees. more >>
Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio sparred over their differing abortion views, with each accusing the other of having an "extremist" stance.
Both candidates appeared separately Sunday on George Stephanopoulos' "This Week" to discuss their views on the life-ending procedure. The debate began when Stephanopoulos asked Florida Sen. Rubio if he would support exceptions when considering anti-abortion legislation, such as life of the mother, rape or incest.
Rubio responded by saying that although he believes abortion to be a "human rights issue," he would consider exceptions, such as the health of the mother, when approving a law. more >>
The creator behind the controversial Doritos commercial that had pro-abortion groups angry that it "humanized" the fetus, has revealed that the animated baby in the ad is in fact from the ultrasound of the creator's own son.
"The animated baby – that animation is created from a still from the ultrasound of my son Freddie, so that's kind of an animated version of Freddie," Australian filmmaker Peter Carstairs told Entertainment Tonight. "Like, if Freddie was in utero trying to catch a Dorito, that's what he would look like, because it's him."
The 30-second ad in question, which cost $2,000 to make, features a pregnant mother getting an ultrasound, while the dad is eating Doritos chips. The ad suggests that the baby wants some of the chips, and viewers are left to infer that the baby jolted out of the mother's womb to go after a Dorito, in what was supposed to be a humorous spot, like other Super Bowl commercials. more >>