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Another woman has died after taking the dangerous RU 486 abortion drug, otherwise known as mifepristone. Since 2001, including the U.K. death, twelve women worldwide have been documented to have died from rare fatal bacterial infections involving sepsis, toxic shock syndrome, and gas gangrene after medical abortion with mifepristone and misoprosto…
I think we can all remember what life was like at 15. We spent a lot of time with friends and at school, enjoyed listening to music, maybe played in some sports or had some other hobbies. But I don’t think many look back at this often challenging time between childhood and adulthood and said, […]…
Parents of an 11-year-old girl in West Virginia have been arrested after arranging for an abortion following a case of pregnancy after possible incest. West Virginia State Police say they consented to the abortion and the abortion clinic in question didn’t report the abortion to authorities. Michael and Amanda Adkins were arrested Friday nigh…
“We all have a winter breaking point.”
Christian High School Student Is ‘Taking a Stand’ in a Big Way After Atheists Force Teacher to Remove Classroom Poster
“I’m tired of hiding in the corne…”
It seemingly came out of the blue. John Andrew Welden admitted tricking his then-girlfriend Remee Jo Lee into taking misoprostol (Cytotec)last March with the intention of causing Ms. Lee to miscarry her 6-7-week-old unborn baby. His lawyers had worked out a plea bargain so that Welden pleaded guilty to lesser charges of consumer product tampering […
Illinois officials will begin accepting applications Sunday from people who want to carry concealed weapons, but it could be months before anyone will actually be allowed to possess the firearms.Illinois State Police have up to 90 days to approve or deny applicants, provided applications are complete and fingerprints are submitted in an electronic …
The controversial California case of Jahi McMath, who was diagnosed as “brain dead” due to complications following routine tonsil surgery, has made progress. Yesterday an Alameda County judge ruled that Jahi will — in accordance with her family’s wishes — stay on her ventilator contrary to the wishes of her hospital. The judge has granted…
EWTN Global Catholic Network filed a new lawsuit October 28 in Federal Court against the Department of Health & Human Services, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and other federal agencies seeking to stop the government from imposing the HHS contraception mandate as well as asking the court to find that it is unconstitutional. The State of Alabama, through its Attorney General Luther Strange, has joined EWTN as a co-plaintiff in the lawsuit.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald’s partner is taking legal action against the British government after he was detained for nine hours at Heathrow Airport.
Lawyers for David Miranda informed the government that they would be pursuing legal action following his “unlawful” detention under anti-terror laws on Sunday, the Guardian reported.
The lawyer of a man who police say tricked his pregnant girlfriend into taking an abortion causing drug is requesting bail for his client, who is being charged with product tampering and murder in the death of the couple’s 6 to 7-week-old unborn baby.
Calif. Newspaper Taking Heat Over This Controversial Cartoon That Politicizes Deadly West, Texas Explosion
The Sacramento Bee on Thursday published a shocking cartoon that depicts the deadly explosion at a West, Texas fertilizer plant alongside Republican Gov. Rick Perry saying, “business is booming in Texas.” The cartoon links the Lone Star State’s low tax, low regulation policies to the explosion that killed at least 15 people.
The controversial cartoon was created by Sacramento Bee editorial cartoonist Jack Ohman.