Washington, D.C. – Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA) appears to have his fingers on the political pulse of a wide swath of America, and poised to represent these multitudes he hit the ground running on day one of this 113th session of Congress, introducing three noteworthy Bills.
Newborn baby just after birth. Photo via Wikipedia
Washington, D.C. – An article entitled “After-birth abortion: Why should the baby live?” was recently published in the London-based Journal of Medical Ethics, advocating that if abortion is allowed, then society also has the right to kill a newborn child. This outrageous deduction by Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva takes abortion to its logical conclusion.
Seeing images of their preborn babies “helps women make informed decisions”
Kelly M. Rosati, VP of Community Outreach at Focus on the Family. Credit: Focus on the Family
Colorado Springs, Colo. – Focus on the Family is celebrating the success of its Option Ultrasound™ Program (OUP), which has helped save more than 120,000 babies since its inception in 2004. The program has provided 536 grants to qualifying pregnancy medical clinics in all 50 states and its first international placement in Bucharest, Romania.
These grants cover 80 percent of the cost of an ultrasound machine or sonography training, helping the medical clinics confirm a healthy pregnancy for their clients. The ultrasound machines do much more than provide a needed medical service, however – they often Continue reading →
Catholic League president Bill Donohue today offered the following comments on the Obama administration’s healthcare plan that effectively mandates that Catholic organizations provide coverage for abortion-inducing drugs, contraception and sterilization:
“The Obama administration has made three strategic errors: 1) this issue is first and foremost not about contraception—it is about religious liberty 2) by mandating that Catholic Continue reading →
Washington, DC – The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) on Monday urged a federal appeals court to uphold an earlier decision that blocked the enforcement of New York City’s recently approved ordinance targeting crisis pregnancy centers. In July, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction blocking the enactment of the measure, protecting the First Amendment rights of the crisis pregnancy centers. The ACLJ, which filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the new ordinance, today filed its brief at an appeals court in response to New York City’s Continue reading →
West Palm Beach, FL – Mary Susan Pine, a Liberty Counsel client and sidewalk counselor, is a picture of courage and moral strength. For the last twenty years, she has spent virtually every Saturday in front of an abortion clinic, most recently the Presidential Women’s Center (“PWC”) in West Palm Beach. Susan counsels women who are considering abortion and provides help, resources, and support for women who choose life.
Susan’s dedication has made her a target of Eric Holder, Attorney General of the United States. On behalf of the United States, Holder sued Susan in federal court, seeking to fine her thousands of dollars and to permanently eject her from the public sidewalk outside Continue reading →
Jackson, MS – On Tuesday, Mississippi voters will vote on a state constitutional amendment which will recognize personhood from the moment of fertilization, cloning or the functional equivalent thereof. If passed, the proposed amendment, Proposition 26, will make Mississippi the first state to recognize human life, regardless of one’s age or location. The amendment could trigger a Continue reading →