Posts Categorized: pro-life
By: Rebekah Geer
I stood in the outdoor rotunda of the Texas Capitol in Austin as a woman gave her pro-life testimony. I still couldn’t believe that I was standing in the exact spot that I’d seen on Youtube only … Read more
By: Rebekah Geer
As the summer began, I could not have imagined that I would end up in Austin, Texas standing face to face with Planned Parenthood President, Cecile Richards, with a screaming mob surrounding us. My meetup with abortion’s … Read more
The Texas state House gave final approval to the ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy today, supporting it on a 96-49 vote. The measure now heads to the Texas Senate, where it was a victim of … Read more
We await decision for Conestoga Wood here at the 3rd Circuit
The Green family that owns and operates Hobby Lobby, a large craft store chain, just won an important religious liberty case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the … Read more
June 19, 2013 | No comments | Posted in abortion, College, education, Life, Politics, pro-life, Religious Freedom | Tags: abortion, ADF, contraception, education, Geneva College, healthcare, HHS mandate, pennsylvania, pro-life, religious liberty
Good news: Pennsylvania’s Geneva College gets court reprieve from Obama/ HHS abortion pill & contraceptive mandate while case moves forward. Said Alliance Defending Freedom attorney Greg Baylor:
“All Americans should be free to live according to their faith rather than … Read more
A filthy Planned Parenthood abortion clinic that botched five abortions this year alone and was closed by state officials is reopening in Wilmington, Delaware.
The State Senate is set to vote on HB 818, a bill that would ensure your tax dollars won’t pay for … Read more
By: Dan Bartkowiak
Let me tell you a story. It’s a tragic story you may have heard about — one that needs to be told and won’t soon be forgotten.
It’s about a very young boy, who through grievous circumstances … Read more
by Brandon McGinley
Kermit Gosnell used scissors to sever the spines of human beings while they struggled for life. And he is therefore guilty of first degree murder. This seems straightforward enough.
And in any other case—toddlers, adolescents, adults, the … Read more