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We posted earlier this month about a former Planned Parenthood employee who quit after watching an abortion through ultra-sound. Now, here is the video of her amazing interview with Mike Huckabee on November 7. There is an emotional impact in hearing her personal account that...

Just last week the New York Senate met for a special session in which they were expected to vote on legislation approved by the Assembly earlier this year that would legalize same-sex marriage in New York. Although the vote never came to the floor, Governor...

The fight to protect traditional marriage in New Jersey has taken on new urgency. Following the election of Chris Christie to replace Gov. Jon Corzine on November 3, LGBT lobbyists have begun aggressively pushing New Jersey legislators to force through a same-sex marriage bill in...

So the pro-abortion lobby is gearing up to either kill the Stupak Amendment or kill health care reform with a new series of ads. Here is the first ad  from the Center for Reproductive Rights. Note the disturbing correlation drawn between a nose job, a...

Purdue University professor Bert Chapman has Purdue students in an uproar over an October 27 blog post entitled “An Economic Case Against Homosexuality.” The post on Chapman’s Townhall.com blog, Conservative Librarian, makes a fairly reasoned and dispassionate analysis of various ways in which both homosexual...

The Canadian Parliament is currently considering a bill to legalize euthanasia and physician assisted suicide. Bill C-384, proposed by Bloc Quebecois MP Francine Lalonde, would alter the criminal code to allow doctors to cause quick and painless death if a patient “appears lucid,” is aware...

The most oft used argument in support of legal abortion is that without the option to safely and legally receive an abortion women will end up destroying their health or ending their lives in drastic attempts to end unwanted pregnancies. This logic is at the...

On November 10, the American Medical Association (AMA) voted to oppose both the military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy and same-sex marriage bans in the U.S., asserting they were harmful to the physical health of LGBT individuals. According to the AMA, DADT harms homosexuals in...

It looks like the abortion debate in the new health care bill is just getting started. Since the House passed the bill last Saturday with the controversial addition of the Stupak Amendment, pro-lifers have been praising the Amendment while questioning the legislation itself, whereas pro-abortionists...

As many of you know, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the "Affordable Health Care for America Act" (H.R. 3962) late Saturday night by a slim two-vote margin. What was less noted in all the clamor was the important addition on November 7 of the...

Amid all the fuss over the abortion battle in the most recent iteration of health care legislation, the LGBT lobby was able to include four different pro-LGBT provisions into the bill without much notice from anyone. The most notable of these provisions is the inclusion of...

A fascinating article in the Wall Street Journal a couple of weeks ago showed that the absence of a father could have a very real impact on the brain development of children. German biologist Anna Katharina Braun has been studying the brain development of animals typically...

Former Baptist minister and late-term abortion provider, Curtis Boyd, made a startling admission on a local news show earlier this week. “Am I killing?” he asks. “Yes, I am. I know that.” It is an unusual and disturbing statement from a doctor who is perfectly comfortable...

The British government just released plans to alter the public school sexual education requirements. The new law will mandate all 15 year-olds attend a yearlong sex-ed course before the age of 16. Parents have the option to have their students opt-out of sex-ed courses until...

Abortion proponents are working once again to deny parental rights and override the legitimate will of the people through judicial activism. The ACLU of Illinois has filed suit against a law requiring doctors to notify the parents of underage girls 48 hours before performing an abortion....

Donald Mendell, a licensed counselor at Nokomis Regional High School, appeared in a “Vote Yes on 1” television commercial last month in support of Maine’s Question 1. Now he is likely to lose his license due to a complaint accusing him of violating the social...

After days of ballot counting, the state of Washington officially declared the passage of Referendum 71 by a slim margin of 52% to 48%. This marks a huge defeat for all those who support traditional marriage. Given the politics of the state of Washington and the...

The Illinois Family Institute is encouraging parents to boycott Scholastic Books for including a book promoting homosexuality in its most recent catalog. They are objecting to the book book, Luv Ya Bunches, which includes the lesbian parents for the story's character Milla. According to the...

Abby Johnson, who worked and volunteered with Planned Parenthood for eight years, recently quit after watching the ultrasound of an abortion. She claimed watching the baby “crumple” as it was vacuumed from a woman’s uterus changed her heart and opinion towards abortion. No longer working for...

Last week we reported on Google executives coming out in public support of Referendum 71. Like us, many of you were disturbed by one of the nation's largest internet search engines taking a public position on a such a sensitive and political issue. It is...

On Monday, the Baltimore City Council voted 3-1 in favor of a controversial new measure that would require all pregnancy centers that do not provide abortion or birth control to post a sign stating so. Centers that fail to post a sign will be fined...

With a huge victory for traditional marriage in Maine yesterday, there is still no final determination on the future of marriage in Washington. The vote on Washington’s Referendum 71 is still too close to call. Most news outlets are reporting that support for the “Everything...

Yesterday marked another victory in the fight to defend traditional marriage. The citizens of Maine stood together to voice their support for marriage between one man and woman by voting Yes to Question 1. Although it was a close race, this victory marks one more...

We are a little late in reporting this, but we recently became aware of an interesting public relations campaign funded by the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and the Ad Council. The purpose of the campaign, entitled Think Before You Speak, is to...