Another Argument against “Viability” Abortions

The Center for Medical Progress has done something incredible for the pro-life cause. Their undercover videos have drawn new attention to a decades-old war. Many people who would have otherwise remained ignorant have been forced to confront their understanding of abortion. Unfortunately, when the truth comes out, devils come with it. As Planned Parenthood has been subjected to new scrutiny, pro-abortion advocates have hit back, spreading misinformation. In the smoke and the dust of war, the underlying Read more […]

Good News and Bad News: Life Expectancy Highest Ever

A recent study from the CDC concludes that Americans today are living longer than ever before: Americans are living longer than ever before, according to a new government report filled mostly with good news. U.S. life expectancy inched up again and death rates fell. Rates also fell for most of the leading causes of death with one exception—the suicide rate reached its highest point in 25 years. That’s bad news. But it’s not the only bit of bad news associated with this study. We should Read more […]

North Dakota First State to Pass Personhood Amendment

Many people believe that the pro-life movement is just about abortion, but there is so much more to it than that.  If you believe that human life begins at conception, then there are other issues that you need to consider.  In today’s world of high tech medicine and research, you also have issues such as cloning, animal-human hybrids, euthanasia, assisted suicide, stem cell research and eugenics. This brings the issue down to the legal recognition of human life and when that human life begins.  Read more […]

Euthanasia V. Abortion

There are certain topics that are considered “hot-button.” These are topics like gay marriage, abortion, embryonic stem-cell research, and euthanasia. These are the topics that, if you’re not me, people tend to shy away from discussing at work or at social gatherings. They tend to bring up bad blood among people that is pretty unpleasant. I’ve dealt with my fair share of hot-button conversations, most of which end with the other person raising their voice. One hot-button issue is in the news today. In Read more […]