Tell-all Event Exposes Judicial Activism of Inter-American Court
The Inter-American Court may try to impose same-sex marriage and access to abortion on all countries in Latin America, at least based on recent remarks by its President, Roberto Caldas, and other judges of the court.
Parents Defeat Gender Ideology in Paraguay
“We respect diversity, but this does not mean we must support gender ideology,” said Paraguay Minister of Education, Enrique Riera, earlier this month. Mr. Riera’s words accompanied a resolution by…
What the New General Assembly May Hold for President Trump
All eyes are on the United States this week as United Nations General Assembly begins its 72nd annual fall session. Will the Trump administration push a more conservative position on life and family matters in the coming three months?
Latin American Legislators Reproach Costa Rica Government’s Attempts to Abuse the Human Rights System
A delegation of the Hemispheric Congress of Legislators visited Costa Rica last week. Its members denounced the recent attempt of the Government of President Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera to…
UN Event Names and Shames Purveyors of Child Rape, Trafficking
“Decriminalization of prostitution is the most monstrous, preposterous, counterproductive act we could possibly conceive,” a prostitution survivor declared at a UN high-level meeting on human trafficking yesterday.
The Myth of “Sex Work” Named and Shamed.
Did you know that AIDS groups have used—and continue to use—their (your) money to advocate for prostitution? If you did not, or even if you did, there is a new…
The Saint Children of Fatima Bring Their Message To Washington, D.C.
The first-ever visit of the UN Pilgrim Statue of Fatima to the U.S. capital last week reminded Washingtonians that politics demands principles, and principled leaders.
Nations Sharply Critique, Approve UN Women’s Three Year Plan
UN Member States have warned UN Women leadership they must not campaign for abortion, and ordered the agency to respect national sovereignty.
UNESCO Promotes Sex-Change and Abortion for Kids
The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has promoted a report that endorses sex-change procedures and abortion for youth without parental consent.
Chile Abandons Pro-Life Cause
Chile’s highest court approved a law that decriminalized abortion in cases of rape, fatal disability, and when a mother’s life is at risk which was adopted earlier this summer by Chile’s Congress and long-promised by President Michelle Bachelet.