VIDEO - In this interview with The New American foreign correspondent Alex Newman, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers President Reggie Littlejohn noted that New York's radical new abortion law is “more hideous” than even infanticide programs in China. The reason is that even the mass-murdering Communist Chinese dictatorship does not murder the baby as it is being born, as New York law now permits. “This has become known as a 'birthday abortion,' and I just think it is inhumane and it's hideous that members of their legislature actually got up and cheered,” she said. Littlejohn also condemned the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Planned Parenthood for their participation in Communist China's monstrous forced-abortion programs.
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A church is suing the state of Washington over a law forcing the church to pay for abortion coverage as part of the employee health plan it offers.
The state of California is threatening to evict an elderly widow from a veterans’ home for the offense of leading Bible studies.
A dean at New Jersey’s Rider University has resigned after the school’s decision not to allow the Christian-owned Chick-fil-A fast-food chain on its campus.
Colorado has finally thrown in the towel on its years-long harrasment of Christian baker Jack Phillips.
At its latest denominational conference, the United Methodist Church affirmed its biblical stand on marriage and sexuality.
The Supreme Court will consider a landmark case that could impact countless memorial crosses on federally held lands such as Arlington National Cemetery.
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If passed, a new piece of New Mexico legislation could become the most radical abortion law in America.