A pro-choice organization compares Texas abortion restrictions to the desperate situation in Haiti.
Drug store employees apparently have no problem selling the Plan B pill to a man who admits he wants to give it secretly to a 15-year-old girl.
Yesterday, the citizens of Albuquerque had the chance to become the first city in the nation to pass a municipal ban on abortion after 20 weeks. They missed the historic opportunity.
Pro-choice celebrities and feminists held a not-so-classy telethon in a NYC basement for Texas women who are "suffering under dangerous abortion laws."
The Irish Family Planning Association is Ireland's “leading sexual health charity” which “provides sexual health, family planning, pregnancy counselling and training services,” according to its website. More accurately, however, it is a pro-choice organization that likes to suggest having an abortion is no different than getting your tonsils removed.
Albuquerque, New Mexico has been referred to as the “late-term abortion capital” of America. But, next Tuesday it has the potential to become the first city in the nation to pass a municipal ban on abortion after 20 weeks.
A new campaign conflates wildly different realities, putting restrictions on all birth control (Philippines) and the criminalization of miscarriages (El Salvador) on the same level as abortion clinic regulations (North Dakota, USA) and the presence of pro-life demonstrators (Texas, USA).
Texas State Senator and now gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis is trying to clarify her comments from last week claiming she was “pro-life.”
The pro-life House Bill 2 in Texas is already making a profound impact.
Pro-life leaders have faith in Sen. Lindsey Graham's ability to lead national pro-life legislation.
What was scarier than those ghouls and goblins walking down your street this Halloween weekend? Pro-choice advocates rereading aloud all 212 pages of Texas State Senator Wendy Davis’s pro-abortion filibuster.
Terry McAuliffe's pledge to deny any regulations on abortion facilities is dangerous for women, especially after the discovery that an abortion clinic in Virginia had "blood-stained walls."
Ironically, Planned Parenthood is often invited to college wellness fairs. At one wellness in Iowa, the abortion providing organization even urged a young woman to go to their clinic to take the dangerous drug RU-486.
In the years following Roe v. Wade, abortions in Arkansas were on a steady climb. That climb has now turned into a free-fall.
Wendy Davis may be realizing her abortion agenda will not sit well with Texas voters.
Tragedy takes place every week mere blocks from the White House.
What do you get from Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe when you ask him about his view on abortion? A weather report.
You know those ‘Support the Troops’ stickers on your car? Well, according to some pro-choice advocates, they should stand for abortion access.
Today, nations around the world will be celebrating a future in which 'all pregnancies are wanted' and contraception is all-accessible.
"The three deadliest words in the world...'It's a girl.'"
“It’s like female infanticide, isn’t it?”