Jesus pleasures comedian Sarah Silverman in video mocking pro-lifers

US | Caroline May

‘The fertilized eggs aren’t people, people are people’

Major DC freeze yet to deter 'enthusiastic' pro-lifers who will 'March for Life

US | Caroline May
March For Life

‘These are really the tried and true pro-lifers’

Pro-life group launches campaign to restrict sale of the 'morning after pill' to minors

Politics | Caroline May

‘While the sale of Plan B is legal, it is in no way safe or controlled as it takes the parent and doctor out of the young girl’s healthcare choices’

Most beautiful woman in the world: 'Sex is for marriage'

Entertainment | Caroline May
Indonesia Miss World

‘That’s my belief’

Pro-life doctors banned from women's medical conference

Education | Charles Rollet

‘Due to political correctness there’s some things you can’t say’

ACLJ lawsuit against IRS swells to 41 conservative groups

Politics | Caroline May
FILE - This March 22, 2013 file photo shows the exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington. Internal Revenue Service officials in Washington scrutinized the very first application from a tea party group seeking tax-exempt status _ and dozens of others, including some requests that languished for more than a year without action, an IRS official has told congressional investigators. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

‘The floodgates opened after we filed our initial lawsuit’

Pro-life group: Abortionist compares abortion injection to 'flu shot'

Politics | Caroline May
Abortion protest

Live Action releases its fifth undercover video installment of late term abortion facilities

Claim: IRS asked pro-life group to pledge not to protest Planned Parenthood in exchange for tax exemption

US | Caroline May

Conservative law firm says its targets were targeted

Federal appeals court finds school's ban on rubber fetus dolls constitutional

Education | Eric Owens
fetus

Anti-abortion group gave out the ‘tempting projectiles and toilet-clogging devices’

Johns Hopkins denies recognition to pro-lifers, equates them with white supremacists

Education | Robby Soave
Pro-life

Student government refuses to recognize Voice for Life

Schlafly: Pro-life plank 'the same one we elected Ronald Reagan on' - TheDC

Elections | Caroline May
WASHINGTON - OCTOBER 19: Phyllis Schlafly, president of the Eagle Forum, listens to applause during the Family Research Council's 2007 Washington briefing October 19, 2007 in Washington, DC. The legislative action arm of the Family Research Council held the yearly event at which 2008 U.S. presidential hopefuls spoke, including Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-CO), former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and others. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)

‘It is really not controversial in the Republican Party anymore’

Is conception the beginning of life? The issue hits the ballot - NYT

Politics | Vince Coglianese

‘Personhood is bigger than just shutting abortion clinics’

Ron Paul courts the pro-life vote - TheDC

Politics | Caroline May

‘The whole notion of life not being valuable is something I am not able to accept,’ new ad says

Dreading their futures

Opinion | Jordan Sekulow

The upcoming vote on whether to defund Planned Parenthood puts 3 Democratic senators in a tough spot.

Getting taxpayers out of the abortion business

Feature:Opinion | Rep. Mike Pence & Tony Perkins

Rep. Pence is sponsoring a bill to cut off Planned Parenthood’s federal funding.

Planned Parenthood opponents hold 'Vigil for Victims Day' - TheDC

Politics | Caroline May

Coalition of pro-life groups ramps up pressure for defunding Planned Parenthood

Our media is fearless and intrepid -- except when it comes to abortion

Opinion | Mark Judge

Why is Nat Hentoff in the Coshocton Tribune?

Physicians must speak out against abortion

Opinion | Zachary S. Krajacic

In the 19th and early 20th centuries, doctors regularly denounced abortion. They must do so again.

The state of our unions

Feature:Opinion | Tony Perkins

The American family is in perilous shape.

Truth and consequences: the politics of abortion

Opinion | Dr. Brian Lee

Christians must ask whether their involvement in the abortion debate has helped or hurt the church’s mission.