Scientists want to grow human embryos in a lab… and then destroy them.
In March, reports emerged that researchers had successfully grown mice in an artificial womb for 11-12 days (half the animal's
The United States Supreme Court will consider a critical abortion case during its upcoming term, and a pro-life group is working overtime to ensure that the justices—and the public—understand what's at stake.
The organization, Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List, has committed $2 million for a television campaign that will "highlight the humanity of unborn children." As part of this effort, SBA List is purchasing ad time on networks in the Washington D.C. market, as well as on Lifetime, Hallmark, and Bravo.
EDITORS' NOTE: We have learned that several television channels, including CBS, the Country Music Channel (CMT), and the Hallmark Channel have refused to air this ad, describing it as too "controversial."
The case being argued before the nation's high court is Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. The issue is Mississippi's Gestational Age Act, a law passed in 2018 that prohibits abortions after 15 weeks (with limited exceptions). The law was struck down in the lower courts, and now the 9 justices of the Supreme Court will determine its fate. Hanging in the balance are the precious lives of unborn children.
Such laws are long overdue and move us one step closer to overturning the immoral Roe v. Wade ruling and restoring a culture of life in America. Oral arguments will occur later this fall, but it's time to start praying now. God grant us a victory for life!
Also, visit Fox News to view the ad and share it with your circle of influence. And be sure to call CBS (212-975-4321), CMT (615-335-8400), and Hallmark Channel's parent company, Crown Media Family Networks (888-390-7474) to let them know what you think about their refusal to air the ad.