Abortion Advocates Seek to Sway Trump to Keep Foreign Abortion Funds
The biggest names in international abortion advocacy are looking for ways to convince the incoming Trump administration not cut their funding by reinstating the 1984 Mexico City Policy.
China’s 4th Wave of Singledom
Just when you thought China’s population decline couldn’t go any faster, the government TV reports a new phase in Beijing’s population woes: A new term “single economy” has appeared in the wake of the…
Wikileaks: Clinton and Her Team Deeply Involved in UN LGBT Minutiae
Leaked emails show how intimately familiar and ardently concerned Hillary Clinton and her closest advisors are with the minutiae of social policy debates and how they intend to use its arcane language to promote “sexual rights” in traditional countries.
Wikileaks: Clinton Will Fund Overseas Abortion Without Conscience Protections
Recently released Wikileaks emails show that President Obama wanted to fund abortions overseas, a clear violation of longstanding US law and policy, but that he nonetheless wanted to allow for conscience protection for doctors reluctant to perform abortions.
Will New Saint Bring New Allies to UN Abortion Debates?
Mother Teresa’s canonization in Rome reverberated at an event in UN headquarters where top diplomats praised the saint as the very essence of the UN’s mission even if they had opposed her message on life and family issues in the past.
Aging World is More Dangerous
China’s dangerous brinksmanship in the South Pacific is driven in part by its plummeting fertility and rapid aging.
Gender Ideology Leads to Child Abuse: Pediatricians
“Facts – not ideology – determine reality,” the American College of Pediatricians (ACP) said in a warning to legislators and educators about the dangers of surgical and medical sex change operations to children.
Punish the Rapist, Welcome the Child: Interview
Lianna Rebolledo was 12 years old when two men kidnapped her while she was walking to a local shopping mall. Nine months later she gave birth to a baby girl. Today she travels to shelters all over Latin America giving hope to girls pregnant from rape by sharing her story.
Traditional Marriage makes children happier, healthier: Study
Our relationship with our biological parents influences our happiness long after we’ve flown the nest.
Vatican Defends Unborn at UN World Summit
The Vatican reminded world leaders there is no international right to abortion at a global summit in Istanbul this week. The Holy See rejected European proposals to create a new right to abortion under the Geneva Conventions, also known as international humanitarian law or the laws of war.
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