Trump, for either personal or political reasons, has been strongly involved in protests against the right to abortion.
Donald Trump is the first U.S. president to have participated in the March for Life.* The event actually began 45 years ago, but no president has ever taken part in the demonstration until today. During his speech to the American pro-life activists, Trump established “National Sanctity of Human Life Day,” restating [Read more]
Political experience, determination, respect in Congress. His vice-president, Mike Pence, brings what Donald Trump lacks. Politically, he is at least just as extreme.
While the new U.S. president tangles with the press, someone else is pulling the strings of the new American government in the background: Vice [Read more]
Abortion, guns, gay marriage: For purely political purposes, America's right wing reignites ideological arguments that have long since been settled.
Whoever claims to be 'pro-life' should be pro-life when it comes to those already born as well.
According to the Guttmacher Institute, a pro-choice organization, U.S. state governments have passed over 300 laws restricting access to abortion over the past four years.
For months now, Boehner has faced guerrilla forces from the Republican Party’s right wing, which opposed the compromises the speaker had struck with the Democrats.
It’s been called a “war on women,” but it’s not, really. It’s a war on anyone who cares about freedom.
<i>The ultra-conservatives are using the highly publicized death of the wild animal to denounce the lack of attention to the scandal of family planning.</i>
“Look at all this outrage over a dead lion, but where is all the outrage over the Planned Parenthood dead babies?”* “That many in the national media are [Read more]