Roe v. Wade, the January 22, 1973 decision, gave us abortion on demand through all nine months of pregnancy. What a dark day in American history.
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A Facebook comment succinctly summarized important evidence that raises serious concerns about Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to replace Justice Kennedy.
The Supreme Court is supposed to interpret the Constitution and evaluate whether a certain law being challenged does or does not pass constitutional muster.
Roe V. Wade was one of the rulings declaring to the world the Supreme Court had decided to enter the business of making law rather than determining the constitutionality of law.
We have surpassed the 60 million mark in number of abortions since the Supreme Court’s companion decisions, Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, which on January 22, 1973, gave us abortion on demand.
We don’t want fake news, fake laws or any advertiser deciding how far we can go in telling the truth. What truth? Simply put, this country cannot survive without returning to God.
Science, in its respective fields of embryology and bioethics, has given us breakthroughs. Scientists within the past few years have detected that a bright flash of light erupts when a sperm fuses with an egg, signaling when human life begins.
The death of unborn babies under the auspices of Planned Parenthood is now 1,000 times greater than all deaths attributable to war and gun violence since 1973.
There was a day when this sweet land of liberty honored God’s Holy Law and anyone who dishonored it was not respected. There have been many turning points for our land, points when we turned away from following God’s Holy Law. One of the worst was January 22, 1973…
Since January 22 marks the 45th year since the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade that legalized killing a pre-born baby for any reason and at any stage of development, President Donald Trump proclaims today as National Sanctity of Human Life Day.
We know when life begins, but the tragedy is that our abortion laws are based on one of the greatest suppressions of truth in Supreme Court history, otherwise known as Roe v. Wade.
There are many women who could testify to the exact opposite of what the abortion advocates want to hear. Having an abortion turned out to be a disastrous turning point in their lives.
After Roe v. Wade plaintiff Norma McCorvey became a Christian and revealed that she had not been gang raped as her legal team had claimed, many Americans came to understand that this landmark ruling that legalized abortion was based on a lie.
As a nation we have struggled with the question of abortion since the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973, a prime example of the judiciary exceeding the limits placed by the Constitution.
Governor Kate Brown signed HB 3391, making Oregon the only state in the U.S. without any laws that restrict abortion, and one of only a handful using taxpayer money to pay for elective abortions.
The future of the United States Supreme Court literally is hanging in the balance. If Kennedy should step down and be replaced with an Originalist, Roe v. Wade could be history.
Recent scientific advances, popular opinion, and universal moral standards agree: abortion should not be allowed to stop a child’s beating heart.
That change of heart was largely due to a pastor and pro-life activist you may recognize: Flip Benham, dad of the Benham Brothers.
Unfortunately, many of us are passing by on the other side. We are simply doing the same thing most German Christians were doing during the Holocaust: nothing.
On Sunday pro-life Americans celebrated the Sanctity of Human Life, a day celebrated as a tradition started in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan in response to the 11th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Studies reveal suicide rates of women who have had abortions are significantly higher than those giving birth, conscience being the hound of heaven.
It was emphatically not to respect the will of any individual or group of individuals acting to violate unalienable rights endowed by the Creator.
Hillary wants to bring a 500K refugees to America, yet she is willing to support the deaths of five million unborn Americans who would be born in a nation where there is no war.
Ricki Giersch and Catherine Walker co-lead 40 Days for Life in Aurora, Illinois, in an effort to overcome the darkness ushered in by the nefarious Roe v. Wade decision.
Hollywood loves reality TV, but when it comes to the reality of what happens in the country’s abortion clinics, most liberals would rather tune out.
Hillary states, in this interview with Chuck Todd, what she deems to be an immutable fact: the unborn have no constitutional rights.
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