A new poll indicates that Wendy Davis has failed to charm Texas women with her empty rhetoric about claiming to care for women's health.
Moderate Republicans in Texas seek to use the same kind of tactics used by the Obama IRS to intimidate non-profit advocacy groups who participate in political speech.
Following a hearing today, a U.S. District Judge refused to allow an El Paso abortionist to continue abortions without admitting privileges required by recently passed House Bill 2.
The adoption process on a mother's end should be lauded and should be as accessible as possible.
Abortionist accused of killing infants born alive by twisting their necks, sued by former patient.
The premier example of Pro-Life, youth activism in Texas can be found in the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders, going strong since its founding in 2008.
Weighing just 1 pound 4 ounces, John Mark became a beacon of hope for all prebron Texans fighting for a chance to live.
Some hospitals in the UK have been incinerating fetal remains, and some are participating in a "waste-to-energy" program.
Abortion providers launch another lawsuit against HB2, hoping to lower the health and safety standards required at abortion facilities in McAllen and El Paso.
Texas Right To Life & Texas Home School Coalition Intervene in Federal Lawsuit Ethics Commission Threatening First Amendment Rights
The views of Hobby Lobby are in line with those of a majority of Americans, who stand in opposition to the HHS mandate's disregard for religious freedom.
Leaders Set Record Straight: Branch Tried to Expand Third-Trimester Abortions in Texas
Davis, Richards, and even Barack Obama sing same anti-scientific tune on when Life begins.
Whole Woman's Health announced that it is closing two clinics: the Beaumont location and another facility in McAllen.
Davis was given "Ms. Internacional" award from League of United Latin American Citizens to go along with her other title: Abortion Queen.
Texas Right to Life PAC achieved our top three goals and gained some bonus in the process.
Election results show voters are not willing to settle for Pro-Life talking points. The majority of Texans only want fully committed, passionate Pro-Life leaders to represent them.