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  • Oregon to investigate the burning of aborted babies for electricity

    Update below: Lila Rose, president of Live Action, responds. Earlier this week, news broke of an energy plant in Marion County, Ore., receiving aborted babies from British Columbia to burn for electricity. Thursday, county officials said they were seeking an investigation into how such a...

  • War in GOP over same-sex marriage: 82% Republicans back man-woman definition

    The growing internal fight over gay marriage is threatening to split the Republican Party further, with conservatives warning that the GOP cannot win the White House if it shucks long-established social policy positions. In a sharp rebuttal to efforts by moderates to pressure state and...

  • Supreme Court raises concerns over Ohio law that punishes campaign lies

    The Supreme Court appeared doubtful of the constitutionality of an Ohio law aimed at stopping false accusations made against political candidates during campaigns. During oral arguments Tuesday on a key free speech case, most justices seemed willing to allow anti-abortion group Susan B....

  • Republican candidates should respond to 'war on women' talk

    Just because your opponent is hurling baseless or even ridiculous charges does not mean that you are free to disregard them. You may think it's absurd to argue that you are engaged in a "war on women." But contempt for the accusation is not enough.

  • More than $1 million donated to make movie about abortionist Kermit Gosnell

    At record-breaking speed, public donations to fund a movie about the nation's worst abortionist, Philadelphia doctor Kermit Gosnell, have reached over $ 1 million, making the project one of the biggest “crowd sourced” movies in history.

  • Supreme Court to address whether campaign lies are a crime

    The Supreme Court is set to address whether the age-old act of political mudslinging and false accusations are a crime, with the fate -- or at least the tone -- of campaign attack ads at stake. The case brings into conflict two deeply held constitutional values: the right of wide open and...

  • Colorado abortion bill would block new safety rules for clinics

    Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila sounded the alarm this week about a new bill in Colorado's state legislature. The measure, known as SB 175, is designed to prevent any future restrictions on abortion whatsoever - apparently including basic measures to protect the health and safety of patients....

  • First Amendment freedom can't survive 'war on women' mobs

    Shouldn’t college students know as much about American civics as they do about pop culture? Media Research Center TV went to American University last month to find out, discovering few who could name a single U.S. senator or the number of senators from each state. But most knew the...

  • Court extends stay on new Arizona abortion rules

    A federal appeals court panel on Tuesday issued an injunction blocking new Arizona abortion restrictions that are considered the most stringent in the nation, saying women likely would suffer irreparable harm if the rules are allowed to take effect.

  • Report: New York inspects its tanning salons more than its abortion clinics

    New York's state Health Department is more concerned with the safety of tanning salons than the safety of abortion clinics, according to a report in the New York Post. And not every abortion provider in the state is regulated. Of the 225 providers that pro-abortion advocates claim are in New...

  • Second suit filed challenging Texas' new abortion law

    Another federal lawsuit has been filed challenging new provisions in Texas' tough restrictions on abortion.

  • Abortion supporters build 'House of Cards' by holding fictional character as an example

    Ah, Claire. She of the tasteful (if very dark) townhouse, of the fabulous haircut that never gets windblown, of the stunning black sheath with the deep killer neckline, the ideal thing to wear when your husband says something really too vicious, and you run off, on the spur of the moment, to...

  • Civility --- and lack thereof --- in aftermath of university pro-life protest

    The mother of the 16-year-old pro-life demonstrator who suffered a rough confrontation with a professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has shown a rare civility — the spirit liberals are forever bemoaning the lack of but rarely demonstrate themselves. The event: A small...

  • Americans step up to fund movie about abortionist Kermit Gosnell

    A word-of-mouth campaign to raise $2.1 million to make a film about Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell's killing spree jumped out of the gate this weekend, collecting over $119,000, more than the hoped for $47,000 a day.

  • 'Gosnell' movie will depict 'America's biggest serial killer'

    The mainstream media ignored the horrific abortion case, and a giant fundraiser tried at the last minute to censor the movie about Kermit Gosnell, but a project to bring the story to screens around the country is moving ahead this weekend with a public campaign to raise $2.1 million. “I...



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