Fed. judge rules Ohio must follow other states' "gay marriage" laws instead of its own
Fed. judge rules Ohio must follow other states' "gay marriage" laws instead of its own
According to a federal judge Monday in Henry v. Himes, the U.S. Constitution now requires that the laws of one state automatically supersede those of Ohio, whether or not Ohio approves. Same-sex "marriage" licenses from any jurisdiction are now valid in Ohio.


Billionaire political donor wants GOP to go gay

Devout Catholics Have Better Sex, Study Says


Wyoming governor says marriage is between man, woman

Glamour model wants to abort baby to star on reality tv
Glamour model wants to abort baby to star on reality tv


Stem cell research fuels more debate on cloning


Pa. woman sentenced to life in prison for drowning newborn in toilet


California father of 3 stabbed to death defending homeless man

Debate delayed on pro-abortion bill opposed by Catholics


IVF horror: woman pregnant with other family's twins in 'mix up'


Approved, Refused and a Big Number

Marianne Anderson worked as a nurse at Planned Parenthood for 2 years. After seeing the dysfunction inside the industry, she reached out to local prolifers who had been praying for her. She also reached out to our ministry! I would love for you to read her story and spread it with your friends. People desperately need to know the truth behind the veil of "safe and legal abortion."



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In pro-life cases involving 'Obamacare' abortion funding, Supreme Court has free speech concerns
In pro-life cases involving 'Obamacare' abortion funding, Supreme Court has free speech concerns
An Ohio law that was used to stifle the political speech of a pro-life group appears in jeopardy Tuesday after the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Susan B. Anthony List vs. Driehaus.


Vatican, civil authorities join forces against human trafficking

Parents bribe surrogate mom to abort 'imperfect' baby


Cleveland Abortion Patient's Death and Identity Confirmed


TV show declines model who wanted to abort her baby to appear on program
Celebrity “reality shows” ordinarily take to controversy like a duck to water. But it was not long after a pregnant aspiring model said she would abort to increase her chances of appearing on “Celebrity Big Brother” than the British television program insisted Josie Cunningham would not appear.


Illinois rejects ban on reparative therapy for minors with same-sex attraction

Researchers Clone Cells From Two Adult Men


Opposing football teams conspire to help water boy score big


Doctors successfully implant lab-grown vaginas into 4 women


Stay at home moms on the rise

Baptism as gay publicity stunt?

"It appears that these ladies couldn’t wait to get out of the church before celebrating their lesbian love—and that they’re using the baptism as a photo-op for their cause."



Photographer's civil rights trampled in New Mexico



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