What if we made fetuses evidence and said abortion would “destroy” it? It’s illogical in every way.
On Monday, the Huffington Post reported that progressive petition site Change.org would begin accepting sponsored petitions from conservative organizations and businesses. Many progressives are deeply dismayed.
The recent Huffington Post article by Sister Mary Ann Walsh of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops tells us quite a bit about the veracity of the USCCB’s claims that religious freedom is under attack in the United States.
It’s frustrating that the supposedly progressive Huffington Post has given a platform to Dr. Richard Warshak, one of parental alienation’s most fervent supporters, but won’t allow commenters to reply.
HuffPo’s new divorce section features articles by an author whose work is widely rejected by professionals in the medical, psychological and domestic violence communities. Why do they censor comments on his posts?
McDonnell’s thesis from Regent University was dug up by the Washington Post. It’s claims that unmarried couples using contraceptives and women in the workplace are causing the downfall of society.
Various anti-choice organizations are all using the same messaging on one very narrow abortion-related issue, is it coordinated? Can it be legally? We’re concerned about the actual sexual and reproductive health policy, not just the election.
The Republican National Committee uses debunked “Born Alive” accusations in mailer. Will far-right social conservative anti-choice values be accepted by voters?
Why are doctors in Missouri standing in the way of women’s ability to choose the way they birth and under whose care? This is a pro-choice issue with, according to Jennifer Block, some unlikely advocates.