Posts Categorized: Freedom

Why do Abortion Supporters Try to Silence Men?

For many pro-choicers, if you are a pro-life male, you are not welcome to discuss or even listen to a discussion about abortion. This dismissal of men’s viewpoints simply because of their biology is especially ironic given the fact that many of the same pro-choice advocates have been fighting for sex-neutral bathrooms on campus. Apparently,… Read more »

One of Those Clinics that Closed in Texas

Women’s rights activists and their media friends might want to investigate individual abortion clinics before lamenting their closure. Here’s a bit of history about one of those now-closed clinics. realchoice.blogspot.com Denise Montoya was fifteen years old when her parents brought her to Women’s Pavillion in Houston for an abortion on May 13, 1988. Denise was 25 weeks… Read more »

One Judge in America Still Believes in Man Woman Marriage

The Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission forwarded charges to the commission, accusing the chief justice of violating judicial ethics in his opposition to same-sex marriage.  www.al.com Moore’s actions led the Southern Poverty Law Center to file complaints with the commission, which acts much in the same way as a grand jury. When it receives a complaint,… Read more »

“Sexual and Reproductive Health” Goes Worldwide

A group of lawmakers pushed for access to abortion and “sexual and reproductive health” to be included as a topic of concern at this year’s Summit. A recent conference sponsored by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) paid for a gaggle of pro-abortion lawmakers to assemble in Japan… Read more »

Are Small Acts of Cowardice Destroying Our Culture?

One of his New York City readers wrote in to say that her 14-year-old daughter had just finished dressing in a city locker room when a grown man stepped from the showers wearing only a towel.  Girls as young as seven were present, and they were staring at the man with “concerned expressions.”  The reader… Read more »

Jail Time in Phoenix If They Don’t Serve Gay Weddings

Two Christian artists in Phoenix are taking a stand against a city ordinance before the city has a chance to enforce it against them. www.onenewsnow.com A lawsuit filed in Arizona claims a city ordinance forces local artists to use their talents to promote same-sex weddings and does not allow them to express freely their belief… Read more »

United Methodists Back Away from Supporting Abortion

United Methodists have voted to require church boards and agencies to withdraw immediately from an organization that advocates for abortion on demand. Delegates from across the 12.1 million-member denomination adopted a proposal concluding affiliation with the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC) on a vote of 425 to 268 (61 percent to 39 percent) during… Read more »

Teacher Attacked After Sharing Pro Life Message

Dear Friends of Life, Many of you have heard about the controversy surrounding a pamphlet handed out by Mr. Gavin Ahern, a long-time personal friend, pro-life advocate and teacher of theology at Xavier College Preparatory (XCP) in Phoenix, one of our distinguished Diocesan Catholic High Schools.  If you have not, this media story will update… Read more »

The Little Sisters are winning in a blowout.

Dear Friends, It has been a buzzing day. The Supreme Court issued a unanimous order that had two key outcomes: The Court accepted the government’s concession– 4 years in the making– that it could change things around to that the Sisters are not forced to violate their faith. The government cannot fine the Sisters. The Little Sisters are… Read more »

Donald Trump Hires Pro-Life Advocate

Likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is winning praise from pro-life advocates for hiring a top pro-life advocate as a key domestic policy advisory. The presumptive GOP nominee hired long-time conservative congressional aide John Mashburn as his policy director. www.lifenews.com – Full Article   Donald Trump has brought on John Mashburn as his Policy Director…. Read more »