The United States House of Representatives has acted quickly during this new year’s legislative session to cut off the spigot of federal and state taxpayer dollars flowing to the nation’s abortion industry. Last week the House passed a bill overturning one of President Obama’s last unlawful executive orders. In the final month of the Obama…
Sunday, January 22nd, marked the 44th anniversary of the ruthless and reckless Roe v. Wade decision, which has left in its wake the cruel and callous destruction of nearly 60 million unborn children. That casualty figure is greater than the combined population of the states of California and New York. The annual March for Life…
Pro-life and pro-family leaders are hailing the nomination by President Donald Trump of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court.
An online classified advertising website that has been widely accused of facilitating the sex trafficking of children has temporarily succumbed to pressure from federal authorities.
The Missouri Legislature is continuing its pioneering tradition of advancing important pro-life legislation as the first regular session of the 99th General Assembly gets underway.
A federal judge has blocked yet another unlawful dictate from the Obama Administration which could force Catholic hospitals and Christian physicians to perform abortions and sex-change operations.
One of the central legal principles involving our First Amendment right to freedom of speech is that we not only have the right to speak our mind with regard to our thoughts and opinions, but that we also have the right not to speak.
Two Congressional panels have forwarded to federal prosecutors alleged criminal charges against Planned Parenthood affiliates and medical laboratories doing business with Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood organizations operating in Missouri have announced plans to open four new full-service abortion clinics in Missouri should they prevail in litigation recently filed in federal court.
The fate of the Obama Administration’s open bathroom mandate for private facilities in public schools will soon be decided by the new Trump Administration, the U.S. Supreme Court, or both.