The pro-life movement is winning.
Abortion groups caught off guard - Politico
Anti-abortion groups got a nationwide ban on coverage for most elective abortions in high-risk insurance pools
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Obama may be pushing their pro-abortion agendas abroad
This should not come as any great shock to us. NPR has long been hostile to conservatives and traditional values. The part I object to most strenuously, that I think we should all object to, is that NPR takes public tax money to spread its pro-abortion bias
BREAKING: Bart Stupak to announce retirement today - The Atlantic
Bart Stupak to announce retirement today, top Democrats briefed on his decision say
Political debate reignited by anti-abortion measures - The Wall Street Journal
Following the passage of the health-care bill, states are taking step to limit abortion, which is sparking debate across the country
To be true to her mission to the North, Madam Secretary’s limo should have borne the flag she is actually serving—the Jolly Roger
He should have stuck with the Stupak Amendment and he ought to quit attacking pro-life
Free speech for pro-life advocates shot down during Week for Life event at Duke University
Women love a hero. We love a strong man we can admire and praise. We pro-life women thought Rep. Bart Stupak was our man, but oh were we so wrong
NOW’s commentary on the health care debate isn’t surprising to those well-versed in the organization’s far left rhetoric
In the aftermath of Scott Brown’s historic victory in Massachusetts, some observers were quick to ask a hard question: did pro-life organizations and individuals sell their souls in campaigning for Brown, a pro-choice Republican and supporter of Roe v. Wade? In other words, did political expediency trump ideological commitment for pro-lifers?
Planned Parenthood’s latest walk down scandalous lane was brought to light when Live Action’s pro-life student team released an undercover video exposing a Birmingham Planned Parenthood’s violation of Alabama state laws.
NOW's new claim against Tebow: Domestic violence - The Daily Caller
The National Organization for Women (NOW) just can’t seem to get enough of Pam and Tim Tebow
After helping Obama get elected, Baptist minister Tony Campolo tells The Daily Caller about his frustrations with both Democrats and Republicans. Campolo says, progressive evangelicals like himself ‘are angry’ at both parties, frustrated with the White House and ‘still concerned’ about abortion
A few years ago, there would never have been a question about the Focus on the Family Super Bowl ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mom, Pam. It’s a heartwarming story about a family who had to make a choice. Pam Tebow was doing missionary work in the Philippines, got sick and was advised by her doctor that she might want to abort her baby. They didn’t know if the illness would affect the baby, and with four other children and a husband depending on her, the option was put out there. Pam Tebow chose to have her baby and that baby turned out to be star quarterback for the University of Florida, Tim Tebow. As a dyed-in-the-wool University of Georgia Bulldog, I hate giving anything to the Florida Gators, but this is a great story.
Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow’s Super Bowl debut – in a commercial rather than the game – is striking up a controversy that may in the end do more good than harm. And Tim Tebow deserves credit for using his fame to provoke thought on this truly consequential issue, at a time when athletic superstars are better known for extramarital affairs or brandishing weapons in the locker room.
Dawn Johnsen is President Obama’s nominee to head the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel (OLC). It’s arguably the most important office at DoJ. OLC sets policy for the entire federal government.