Democrats Desperate to Preserve Obama Legacy on Abortion
Pink-clad feminists ready to disrupt a second day of Senate confirmation hearings were ejected before Rex Tillerson’s testimony began.
UN’s New Top Bureaucrat Raises Hopes
The United Nations swore in its ninth Secretary General on Monday, former Portuguese prime minister Antonio Guterres, raising cautious optimism from pro-life and pro-family groups after 10 years of activism under Guterres’ predecessor Ban Ki-moon.
Analysis: Flawed U.S. law would funnel money to abortion groups, away from mothers and infants
World Leaders and the U.S. Congress claim to be united about at least one thing: ending preventable deaths in childbirth and infancy by 2030.
Did WHO Cover Up Evidence of Contraceptive-HIV Link?
A new study suggests the World Health Organization, Gates Foundation, USAID and other wealthy donors knowingly downplayed increased risk of HIV from contraception they distribute to women in developing countries.
Abortion Trumps Aid to Refugees in U.S. Senate
Abortion politics derailed Congressional agreement on U.S. foreign aid funding, despite the urgent need to focus on crises like the Zika virus and the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War.
Senate Committee Approves More Funding to Overseas Abortion Groups
The abortion lobby stronghold on Democrat senators was evident for the second time this week resulting in the passing of a hostile amendment that increases funding to international abortion groups…
Senate Democrats Prioritize Funding Abortion Groups over Zika Help
Senate Democrats are blocking a $1.1 billion Zika package passed last week by the House due to it prohibiting funding to domestic and overseas abortion groups. The House bill contained…
Republican lawmakers block Zika funding to abortion groups
Democratic lawmakers are unhappy with the House bill that passed yesterday to fight the Zika virus. The $1.1 billion package takes concrete measures to eradicate the virus excluding hundreds of…
Bigotry Towards Catholics Showcased at the UN during Holy Week
Holy Week did not deter an open attack sponsored by the government of Finland on the Catholic Church and religious teaching on family and sexuality at an event at the United Nations this week.
What No Ones Talking about at the Family Planning Conclave
Nothing, not even a hurricane, will stop family planning advocates from the mission at hand – reducing the number of children among poor women – even if it means promoting…