The Supreme Court has made it official: Roe v. Wade is no longer the law of the land. The abortion debate shifts to the States.
The Republican Party of Texas held its Convention over the weekend and produced a platform that reflects civilizational thinking.
Abortion is the debate that should not be, because a sound society does not tolerate it. America needs a new religious awakening
Rule of law in the United States has yielded to politics, with elected officials selectively applying the law.
The same legislators creating “gun free zones” are also legislating abortion on demand and other crimes against humanity and the innocent.
The Supreme Court today invited the U.S. Solicitor General to file a brief after abortion providers sued to reinstate Medicaid funding.
Proponents of abortion commonly mis-phrase the question and ignore the body within the body that does not belong to the woman in question.
If Roe v. Wade goes, abortion might go shortly afterward in twenty-six States. Threats are in the wind as the country still waits.
The Archbishop of San Francisco excommunicated Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) over her growing outspoken support for abortion.
Abortion advocates make arguments that make no sense, and in other ways show that they are defending the indefensible.