Instead of protecting and defending life, President Biden's actions during his administration's first 100 days have attacked the unborn.
Ohio declared the equal status of special needs children, and the ethical wrong of targeting them, as a public statute of the people.
Far from governing as a unifying president, Joe Biden has pushed a radical abortion agenda that places profits for the abortion industry above the health and safety of women.
Jim Olsen, a Republican representing Roland in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, compared lawmakers' attempts to end abortion to the fight against slavery.
The state representative later defended the comparison saying he was comparing "one evil to another."
"We need to repent as a nation of the stuff that's being pushed through," Tony Perkins of the conservative Family Research Council said.
The abortion movement has every reason to fear the democratic process. From the start, it's run to the courts to impose an agenda so unpopular it could scarcely be achieved at the ballot box.
"President Biden is committed to putting human rights back at the center of American foreign policy, and that's a commitment that I, and the entire Department of State, take very seriously," said the secretary of state on Tuesday.
Conversations about racial disparities allow us to refine our national character, but one disparity has been met with almost absolute silence: the impact of abortion on minority communities.
In many parts of the world, a Down Syndrome diagnosis is an effective death sentence. Mothers carrying babies with this and other chromosomal conditions face immense pressure to abort.
"Morally compromised"? The cells from aborted human embryos were crucial in developing and testing the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. That puts the Catholic Church in a difficult spot.
The ACLU Oklahoma said it was disgraceful that in 2021 Rep. Boles would use rhetoric like the word "colored."
A suspect is facing one count of possession of a firearm at a protest after accidentally firing at his own leg on Saturday.
A movie, "Roe v. Wade," which tells the inside story of the monumental Supreme Court case that legalized abortion will premiere to a sold-out crowd of 1,500 conservatives at CPAC.
President Biden has nominated a deeply unqualified man with a long history of antagonism toward people of faith. Becerra has consistently used his power to punish political opponents in pursuit of an ideological agenda.
Additional measures would include a ban on virtual prescriptions of the abortion pill and the reduction of permitted post-fertilization access from nine to eight weeks.
While the Biden administration attempts to enforce its agenda at the federal level, the pro-life movement will be fighting back in the states to advance protections for preborn children and their mothers.
Touting Biden's Catholicism was about rendering this policy less radioactive rather than making a principled case for it.
Texas has been temporarily prevented from kicking Planned Parenthood out of the state Medicaid program, which had been set to take place on Thursday, following a judge's ruling in response to a last-minute lawsuit on Wednesday.
We must lock arms as we work toward protecting the inherent dignity of every human person. The unborn person is no exception and deserves equal protection under the law.
The approval passed with a 55-44 vote in the Republican-controlled chamber on Wednesday night after more than two hours of debate.
Biden's policies promise violence against our most vulnerable citizens and a government that increasingly requires uniformity of thought, using censorship and coercion to achieve those goals.
"Instead, they should look in the mirror," The Washington Post editorial board wrote in an op-ed.
"As long as Biden continues to push this hard-left agenda down the throats of Americans there's not going to be any unity," Pastor Robert Jeffress told Fox Business.
Rep. Dan Eubanks also introduced a bill to ban employers from mandating COVID-19 vaccines for their staff.
"Kamala [Harris] knows that her world view is totally different than the world view of Martin Luther King, Jr.." Dr. Alveda King said Tuesday.