A recent poll from the Susan B. Anthony List found that a decisive majority of voters oppose on demand abortion and support a 15-week limit.
Biden’s pick Shalanda Young to be deputy director of OMB will be the acting director in light of Neera Tanden’s recent withdrawal of her nomination.
“Help those with Down syndrome have a chance,” Katie Shaw, a women with the condition, told the committee Wednesday. “Make the world more wonderful.”
Members of Congress will be reintroducing a ban on abortion based on a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome on Friday, the same day as the virtual March for Life.
Trump is labeled an avid racist by political opponents and media, but Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are endorsed by one of the most notorious racists in America.
Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers in Texas are suing the state, claiming providing abortions is an essential, not elective, procedure.
A powerful movement is not grounded not on the self, but on others. Not on hatred of a president, but on love for womankind and compassion for the life they carry inside them.
Supreme Knight Carl Anderson of the Knights of Columbus told The Federalist that majority anti-abortion public opinion will affect the 2020 election ‘big time.’
Hundreds of pro-life demonstrators held up signs offering Trump their blessing into the movement which many were initially skeptical of Trump’s commitment.
The pro-life movement has come to grips with the reality that it does not matter who represents pro-life views from the bully pulpit of the presidency – what matters is what they do.
Marjorie Dannenfelser, founder and president of Susan B. Anthony List, joins this episode of the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the politics of abortion.
Emboldened by a string of electoral and media victories, pro-life candidates have figured out how to put abortion rights supporters on the defensive.
State exchanges ignore the law. But even if insurance companies chose to follow it, American taxpayers would still subsidizing abortion.
The First Amendment and executive power are the major themes for this term’s remaining cases before the Supreme Court.
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