Americans are told almost nonstop to ignore prohibitions against free sex and that indulging in unrestrained, promiscuous sex means everyone goes away happy. Bad idea.
Will the Little Sisters of the Poor, an order of Catholic nuns that operates homes for the aged, be driven from the United States by ObamaCare? According to the Daily Caller, it is a distinct possibility.
A controversial end-of-life care pathway already known to be killing thousands of elderly patients in U.K. hospitals is now being used to euthanize children and infants.
Under the Obama administration, while it is still acceptable to go to church and profess to be Christian, it is definitely not OK to live your faith in any public venue.
As if health insurance premiums weren’t rising quickly enough already, ObamaCare — sold as a way to reduce healthcare costs — is going to make them jump another $63 per person per year beginning in 2014.
Responding to a “devastating” new medical device tax, lawmakers are scrambling to delay ObamaCare’s latest job-killing provision.
South Carolina may soon join the ranks of states struggling to reclaim their constitutional sovereignty stolen from them by the federal government.
The Obama administration made a deal with a private company to develop and police federal health insurance exchanges, then helped cover up the fact that the company was bought by a major player in the healthcare industry, the Weekly Standard reports.
A recent study out of Denmark appears to show a higher incidence of premature death among women who have had an abortion than for women who give birth. The study tracked a group of Danish women over a 25-year period, finding that those who had undergone a single abortion had a 45 percent higher mortality rate over that time period than those who had carried babies to full term. The death rate among women rose dramatically for subsequent abortions, with women who had two abortions having a 114 percent greater likelihood of mortality during the study period, and women with three or more abortions facing a 192 percent chance of premature death.