On July 14, a member of the United Nations Human Rights Committee informed the Irish government that their anti-abortion legislation violates international human rights laws. Yes, you read that right.
In a matter of hours, the upper house of parliament of the United Kingdom, the House of Lords, will begin debating Lord Falconer’s assisted dying bill. The bill would allow
Look at the picture. What do you see? Two dog heads? A mask? A butterfly-beetle hybrid? Symmetry? A blob of ink? Or, like me, did you say, “No! I refuse
Surely, if someone asks you what the toughest job in the world is, after thinking a few seconds, you will state: being a mother is the hardest job on earth.
I often take for granted conversations that my peers and I have concerning the progression of the pro-life movement. But time and time again I am reminded of an ever
On June 5th, 2014, the province in Quebec passed bill 52 which authorizes medical professionals to be able to administer end of life procedures. This was seen as a huge
In October of 2013, a small boat filled with migrants from war-torn East Africa capsized and sank off the island of Lampedusa in the Mediterranean Sea. More than 350
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN: “The scourge of child prostitution during the World Cup Brazil 2014” Behind the cheering of the thousands of people that arrive to Brazil to
Where international relations and social issues intersect, there is bound to be a mess. Each issue is complicated and messy enough individually, let alone when they come together. A new
About a week ago, an article on Life News described a law case in England in which a senior judge “ordered” a 13 year-old mentally disabled girl to have an