The National Abortion Federation doesn’t want video from a meeting of abortion providers released by pro-life journalists. An Obama appointee is helping.
Mary Katherine Ham guest hosts for Ben on today’s episode of the Federalist Radio Hour.
Planned Parenthood partner Stem Express doesn’t want video shown because personnel admit receiving “fully intact fetuses,” says investigator David Daleiden.
Cecil the lion’s death requires no resolution or thought, just outrage. No wonder the news media are breathlessly covering it.
However terrible the Disney World experience might seem, it’s worth remember one important thing: it’s not for you.
But you can still take yours and we don’t have to feel bad about either choice.
Chuck Colson was the classic American success story. His life and subsequent career provide three ways forward for evangelicals in politics.
A Senate Finance Committee report on healthcare entitlements from 1969 perfectly explains the problems we’re still facing a half-century later
You know things are bad for Planned Parenthood when even their crisis communications firm is trying to distance itself from them.
The kind of artificial intelligence that could displace most human work is not right around the corner. What is? Severe economic disruption due to increasing automation.
Want to look professional for your social media or company headshots? Here are some pointers.
Mollie Hemingway guest hosts for Ben and speaks with David Pietrusza about his new book, 1932.
In latest video, Planned Parenthood staff exclaim “It’s a baby” as they dissect a young boy for parts for sale.
“And another boy!”
Planned Parenthood claims its website was hacked, but this “hacking” has all the hallmarks of a coordinated PR stunt.
Planned Parenthood fails to convince anyone its web site was attacked, the resurrection of the mammogram falsehood, and mysterious media omissions.
As millennials have matured, the traditional characteristics of dating and intimacy have evolved with them. Still, science suggests one thing has remained the same: the right time for marriage.
Those with political power would get good care, while those without such power—often the sickest—would lose out.
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