At best, this was a slip of the tongue. During a speech in Rhode Island Friday, President Obama claimed that Americans do not want to become stay-at-home moms.
The topic of abortion in Great Britain has only seen grim news recently, and things are only getting worse with a new report that "career girl" abortions are on the rise.
Nancy Pelosi's daughter alienates stay-at-home moms by dishing how she used to only know her mom as "the woman driving carpool," but then she "got a life."
Eva Longoria's new animated show portrays men as misogynists.
Ninety percent of unborn babies diagnosed with Down Syndrome are aborted. That’s not a typo -- 90 percent. This distressing statistic makes the following mothers even more remarkable for choosing life for their beautiful children who just happen to have an extra chromosome.
“Do the right thing and move or euthanize him...”
To: Marybeth From: Preteen Parent How do I survive a moody 12-year-old daughter without damaging our relationship (or killing her)?
New York City's Stuyvesant High School is one of those all too rare public schools for intellectually outstanding students.
Much of the debate surrounding same-sex marriage asks about societal harms. Many advocates of the change quickly dismiss the question and insist that a redefinition of marriage won’t hurt anyone. But that conclusion proceeds from a misperception about what marriage is—a failure to grasp marriage’s role as a public institution that shapes our thoughts and actions.
The school shooting in Newtown, Conn., where 20 children and six staff members of Sandy Hook Elementary School were killed last week, is a tragic reminder of the sanctity of life. Of promising young lives cut short and the uniqueness and preciousness of every single person.
France plans to ban the words “mother” and “father” in legal language concerning marriage in that country. The goal is to further communicate the message that “marriage is a union of two people, of different or the same gender.” But the result is certain to be more children without mothers or without fathers in the home.