Abortion defenders say that the real issue is not abortion, but whether we trust women. This is, of course, pure idiocy.
According to those who support abortion, abortion is about as risky as a manicure, but pregnancy and childbirth is a mine field from which women rarely come out alive.
The abortion lobby says that women almost never regret their abortions. It’s a lie they tell to make abortion seem less disgusting.
The pro-choice side argues that abortions often allow women to have successful careers that they could not have had if they were saddled with a baby. And if their point is that it’s possible to profit from killing other people, they’re right. In fact, it happens all the time. But is that really a justification for the intentional killing of another human being?
A National pro-life leader is criticizing President Obama’s failure to expose Planned Parenthood, the largest organization responsible for the cover-up of men who rape girls during last night’s Grammy Awards. President Obama delivered a video message at the 57th annual Grammy Awards addressing violence against women and girls. The message read in part, “Together we…
The November 2014 panel of Life Talk TV discusses the effects of hormonal birth control on the ecology. Previous episodes have discussed the discovery of sterilized fish due to birth control chemicals in the water supply. Now, there is a new study showing that contraception in streams is causing some minnows and fish to become…
Despite the literally thousands of support groups in the United States to help women overcome the emotional train wreck of abortion, the abortion lobby claims that most women don’t regret their abortions. The hidden irony in all this is that women who regret their abortions may actually be more mentally healthy than those who don’t.