MSNBC reports that women in Texas are "running out of options" when it comes to abortion.
A pro-choice playwright mocks pro-lifers in an offensive one-hour production.
A rare apology.
An incinerator in Oregon has been ordered to stop burning medical waste to power homes after it was discovered aborted babies from Canada were part of materials being used for energy.
British model Josie Cunningham thinks the life of a child is worth 15 minutes of fame.
Hard earned money going toward...abortion.
It seems the Gosnell Movie isn't the only pro-life project either rejected or censored by Kickstarter.
Kickstarter kicks out pro-life messages.
"Safe," legal, and rare?
An incredible story of self-sacrifice.
Telling the story the mainstream media didn't.
Here we go again.
Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin introduced a common sense bill in Alabama that would ban abortion if doctors detect a fetal heartbeat.
On Thursday, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi was awarded Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger award. Sanger was a radical eugenicist, yet Pelosi gladly accepted the award that bears her name.
A pro-life victory.
More chromosomes = more to love.
In a case of neglect and oversight in Virginia, the Department of Health has twice failed to respond to FOIA requests asking about potential cases of sexual abuse in one of the state’s abortion clinics.
Abortion “doctor” Kermit Gosnell was found guilty of delivering three children only to cut through their necks and snip their spinal cords. The gruesome stories of his Pennsylvania practice, where babies whined and even pulled-away from his touch before being murdered, reportedly drew tears in the courtroom. Gosnell was convicted on three charges of first-degree murder in 2013.
Republican Texas State Rep. Dan Branch is running as a pro-life candidate to become Attorney General in the Lone Star State, but his history of authoring an amendment that would have expanded medical authority for abortion doctors is getting in the way.