America's need to showcase her indomitable spirit of heroism this July 4th celebration arrives mired by the two recent Supreme Court -- both highlighting a "war against women."
Over thirty leaders of faith-based groups across the U.S. called on President Obama to ensure safe access to abortion services
“Dobson just blew a hole into this idea of being a nonpartisan National Day of Prayer. It was very disturbing to me … and
Other than the draconian jihad on women's rights that Republican legislatures have passed in both states, the two states have something else in common. They both border Illinois. Wisconsin to the north, Iowa to the west.
Franks, who opposes Obama's gun control proposals, allowed that the president was right to worry about gun deaths. "Some
While Roe v. Wade guaranteed that abortion was legal in America, the last four decades have been a struggle to ensure access to that right. As clergy, I see this problem with a pastoral eye. How is it just to deny a woman access to a constitutionally-protected right simply because she is poor?
Is feminism simply about women’s physical presence in the workforce? That’s the conclusion you would draw from reading Ross
If we had elected a "Personhood President," there would be cause for great concern. As we head into the next four years, expect this contingent to continue to attempt to make personhood, not Roe v Wade, the law of the land.
Obama began again, but didn't finish without one more interruption. Obama launched back into his speech, only to be sidetracked
The group is also going after Hispanic voters in six battleground states with anti-abortion phone messages from Hispanic