December 3, 2022

Former NBA Star Dwyane Wade Files to Change Name and Gender of His Son

Former NBA star Dwyane Wade on Thursday filed to change the name and gender of his teenage son — a move that coincides with the ongoing societal pressure from the radical left to “affirm” a child’s chosen gender. Wade is asking to change his 15-year-old son’s name from Zion to Zaya and change the boy’s…

EXCLUSIVE: Tom Cotton Believes America Would Be Better Off Without Roe v. Wade

Overturning Roe v. Wade may be “the best way” for America to handle the divisive issue of abortion, Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton said during an interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation’s Mary Margaret Olohan. “Without Roe v. Wade, once again states would have the power to take their own course,” the senator said.…

Americans for Life on Roe v. Wade Anniversary: ‘Truth Will Prevail over Horror of Abortion’

Pro-life leaders throughout the nation will mark the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade Friday, vowing to end abortion with even greater resolve as the radical pro-abortion agenda of the Biden administration begins. Since the Supreme Court’s decision in Roe on January 22, 1973, more than 62 million American unborn babies have been victims of…

Joe Biden Vows To ‘Codify’ Roe V. Wade, Appoint Pro-Roe Judges On Anniversary Of Case

January 22, 2021 12:37 PM ET President Joe Biden marked the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and committed to appointing judges who respect the ruling as precedent Friday. While Biden’s pro-abortion stance was never in question, the statement represents the first time he has addressed abortion since gaining office. Biden also said he and…

POLL: 57% Of Millennials Know Little To Nothing About Roe v. Wade

“Think that Roe v. Wade happened right after the American Revolution” Do millennials know anything about historical atrocities? It was bad enough that only 4 in 10 millennials understood the Holocaust, but now a new poll shows that as many as 57% of millennials know little to nothing about Roe v. Wade, the ghastly SCOTUS […]

Here’s What Abortion Looks Like In America Since Roe v. Wade.

Since the Supreme Court’s passage of Roe vs. Wade in 1973, America has seen a staggering number of unborn babies aborted across the country, as well as a fierce effort to normalize abortions. Last year marked 7,132,130 babies aborted at Planned Parenthood since Margaret Sanger’s founding of the abortion organization. Planned Parenthood ended the lives […]

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