(Breakpoint) Over the past week, Senior Colson Fellow Glenn Sunshine has taken to Facebook to do something that much of the mainstream media—to its discredit—has neglected to do: alerting people to what is happening to Christians in places like Nigeria. (Read More)
(Alliance Defending Freedom) It’s only March, but Planned Parenthood’s year is off to a bad start. Praise God!
The nation’s largest abortion business now stands to lose millions of dollars in federal funding after the Department of Health and Human Services published a regulation in February that closed a loophole Planned Parenthood has exploited for years. And the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit just rejected Planned Parenthood’s challenge to Ohio excluding it from access to state funding because it performs abortions. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Radical pro-abortion legislation in Vermont could be devastating to women as well as their unborn babies by eliminating criminal charges against anyone who kills an unborn baby.
Writing at The Federalist, Vermont attorney and local news commentator John Klar explained how the current legislation does more than just keep abortions legal and unrestricted for basically any reason up to birth. It also would remove protections for pregnant victims of violence and medical malpractice. (Read More)
(CNSNews) The U.S. State Department, echoing reports by human rights groups and some news media, reported that between 800,000 and 2 million Muslims have been forced into “internment camps” in Communist China where they are reeducated “to erase religious and ethnic identities.” Many of the Muslims’ children are shipped off to orphanages by the authorities. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) Should churches have to pay for elective abortions in their health insurance plans? The state of Washington insists they should.
According to attorney Elissa Graves of Alliance Defending Freedom, Washington is currently requiring employer-sponsored health plans to include abortion coverage if maternity care is also included. (Read More)
(LifeNews) In a major pro-life victory today, a federal court has upheld an Ohio law that defunds Planned Parenthood, which runs approximately one-third of the abortion centers in the Buckeye State.
After the Planned Parenthood abortion company was caught in multiple states selling aborted babies and their body parts, several states took steps to de-fund it and Ohio became the 10th state at the time to take steps to end or cut Planned Parenthood funding. Then Ohio Governor John Kasich signed the pro-life bill into law. (Read More)
(Alliance Defending Freedom) You’ve probably heard about them. Or at the very least you’ve heard about their aftermath (see: Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop).
They’re called sexual orientation, gender identity laws – and they have been enacted in large and small cities across the United States, from Phoenix, Arizona to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Now, a similar law – inaccurately called “Fairness for All” legislation – has been proposed at the federal level. (Read More)
(Breakpoint) A chilling quote is often attributed to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin: “One death is a tragedy. One million deaths are a statistic.” Stalin is alleged to have said this in the days leading up to one of the largest man-made disasters and mass-murders in history: the 1932 Ukrainian famine. (Read More)
(FRC) “It was all a sham.” After four long and difficult years, that’s how Jamie Shupe started making sense of his life again. To the LGBT community, he’d been a hero – a trailblazer in the transgender movement that’s upending society. But there’s a lot more to the story of America’s first “nonbinary” person than that. And he hopes the world is listening. (Read More)
(Alliance Defending Freedom) March is Women’s History Month, a month to commemorate courageous women who have overcome adversity; a time to esteem their success, admire their dedication, and praise their accomplishments.
We honor the following five women who have overcome being disfavored by the government and who are bravely challenging those government policies to ensure freedom for us all to live, work, and minister consistent with our religious beliefs. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Leading pro-life members of Congress held a press conference today to discuss their plan for how to try to get around Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats who are blocking a bill to stop infanticide. As LifeNews reported, House Democrats have blocked a request by Republicans to vote on a bill to require medical care and treatment for babies who survive abortions – and they have done so 16 times. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) It’s no secret that America is in the midst of cultural warfare—both sides with competing worldviews and visions for our country. But what you may not realize (or perhaps you do if you’re one of the many parents whose child recently came home from school asking whether it’s true that a boy can turn into a girl), is that our elementary school children are on the front lines. (Read More)
(CNSNews) Since New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed the Reproductive Health Act into law on Jan. 22 – a law that allows abortion up to the moment of birth – several states are trying to pass similar legislation. They are doing so apparently out of concern that Roe v. Wade could be overturned. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) Pastor U Thar Tun was taken from his home on February 13 in Rakhine State by the Arakan Army. Gina Goh with International Christian Concern explains that the Arakan Army is a Buddhist rebel group known for its intolerance of other religious groups, particularly Muslims and Christians. (Read More)
(LifeNews) The beauty of being a genuine grassroots movement is that often times some of the very best ideas come from pro-lifers motivated by the pro-abortion actions of their governmental officials and love for their children.
Nichole Rowley wrote to NRLC’s Jacki Ragan about what is called “Me …Still Me,” a delightful way to show everyone, including pro-abortionists, there is perfect continuity between a baby in the womb and the baby born after 40 weeks. (Read More)
(Alliance Defending Freedom) “You can’t just proclaim yourself a female and be able to compete against women.”
Seems like a pretty simple statement, doesn’t it? Common sense even.
But in today’s world, that simple statement is labeled as hateful and transphobic by radical transgender activists. And it’s a statement (in the form of a tweet) that landed tennis legend Martina Navratilova in hot water this past December. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Late in the afternoon on February 25, extremist Senate Democrats voted in favor of legalized infanticide. In the wake of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s bizarre remarks in a radio interview extending the “right to choose” to after-birth abortion (or medical neglect), Sen. Ben Sasse authored the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. (Read More)