The Mother of All Movements

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One thing that might surprise the editors of many women’s magazines is to what extent the pro-life movement is a movement of mothers. This is not to negate the incredible contributions of

NRL 2017 offers sneak-peek screening of “Gosnell”

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Pro-life Rep. Steve Scalise out of ICU

National Right to Life President Carol Tobias with pro-life Rep. Steve Scalise

By Dave Andrusko Great, great news to end the week. Nine days after House majority whip Steve Scalise and four others were shot at a baseball field in Alexandria, Virginia, Rep. Scalise “is out of the intensive care unit, a

Even our opponents know about and recognize the importance of NRLC’s convention next week in Milwaukee

By Dave Andrusko While I can draw no earth-shattering conclusions, because I do not know Thaddeus Mason Pope personally, I found it utterly fascinating what he wrote yesterday (which I first saw today) on his influential “Medical Futility” blog. Quick

Who, if not you and me?

By Dave Andrusko Ellie Saul is a gifted writer, some of whose postings at bound4life.org she has happily allowed us to reprint. I find her a delight for many reasons but first and foremost because her writings are bathed in

Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey joins the “Hall of Shame”

Sen. Bob Casey, Jr.

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation When it comes to pro-life votes, U.S. Senator Bob Casey, Jr. has entered the “Hall of Shame.” The son of the late Pennsylvania pro-life hero, Gov. Robert Casey, Sr., has voted not

The ability to feel pain and Richard Dawkins

By Paul Stark “With respect to those meanings of ‘human’ that are relevant to the morality of abortion, any fetus is less human than an adult pig.” — A tweet from Richard Dawkins, echoing philosopher Peter Singer, who has made

K.C. Pregnancy Center Draws Clients, Fury from Planned Parenthood Next Door

Advice & Aid serves women with free, life-saving help next door to a Planned Parenthood that only provides abortions. Photo Courtesy: Advice & Aid

By Jay Hobbs It’s been over a month since a Kansas City radio station buckled under pressure from Planned Parenthood and yanked a local pregnancy center’s paid ads from off the air. The pregnancy center, Advice & Aid—which runs one

U.S. Takes Giant Pro-Life Step at the U.N

By Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues The United States Mission to the United Nations in Geneva confirmed the words of pro-life U.S. UN Ambassador Nikki Haley that “there is a new sheriff in town” in a statement of position that

Why I Never Burn Bridges

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Wouldn’t you know it. I wrote the following quite a while back and virtually the exact thing just happened to me again. It just reinforces, yet again, “Why I Never Burn Bridges.” A few months

Should we worry about a euthanasia market-takeover?

By Xavier Symons There is endless debate about the ethics of euthanasia. Yet even if one sets aside principled objections to the procedure, there are still contextual risks to introducing new medical interventions into a medical market-economy. We can never

CBS Ignores Dems Blaming Pelosi for Georgia Defeat, ABC Brushes Over

By Nicholas Fondacaro In the wake of the Democrats’ humiliating defeat in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District Tuesday night, members of the party were in a rush to cast blame on someone. And for many Democrats that blame fell on House