Arkansas lawmaker introduces measure to ban dismemberment abortions

By Dave Andrusko Arkansas, which has been very aggressive in its pro-life outreach, has filed a bill in the state House that would ban the grisly practice of dismemberment abortions. Six states currently forbid an abortion “technique” that uses sharp

Censoring the truth about Down Syndrome hurts everyone

By Leticia Velasquez, Co-founder, KIDS (Keep Infants with Down Syndrome) Last month the French State Council, the nation’s highest administrative court, upheld a decision by a broadcasting tribunal to ban a YouTube video made by an Italian Down syndrome association

Two days after Roe v. Wade decision, the New York Times said it was time for pro-lifers to move on

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. We are 47 days away from the 44th anniversary of the hideous Roe v. Wade decision. This month we will largely post stories previously written about the commemoration. Next month we will post new stories.

What the liberal response to Sam Oosterhoff’s election tells us about hateful rhetoric in politics

Sam Oosterhoff

By Jonathon Van Maren As most of you will know by now, 19-year-old Sam Oosterhoff became the youngest-ever Member of Provincial Parliament in Ontario’s history. An overnight political sensation, the media first noticed Oosterhoff when he beat Patrick Brown’s personal

“Public Editor” pays the price for telling the truth about the New York Times rampant bias

By Dave Andrusko You didn’t need to be a media insider to anticipate that the usual suspects would target the New York Times “Public Editor” for being candid enough to admit that the Times’ 2016 campaign coverage was awful. (See

Five “simple fixes” to make media coverage even more pro-abortion

By Dave Andrusko For years we’ve talked about the unceasing campaign of the Establishment Media to eliminate contrary voices. With their preferred candidate having just lost the presidential election,they are angrier (and more eager to censor) than ever. If we

Switzerland: 26% increase in assisted suicide deaths

People interested in learning about assisted suicide visit an information stand for the Swiss organisation Exit (Keystone)

By Alex Schadenberg, International Chair – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The Swiss media are reporting that the Federal Statistical Office says that 999 people died by assisted suicide at the Exit and Dignitas suicide clinics in 2015, an increase of 26%

Assisted Suicide Mendacity

By Wesley J. Smith Assisted suicide advocates are so full of it. Here’s just one example. Dr. Timothy Quill is a long-time assisted suicide advocate and practitioner. In an interview with an assisted suicide proponent, the bioethicist Arthur Caplan, Quill

Censored pro-life students hit the headlines

Students from Strathclyde Life Action say the ban violates their right to free speech.

Pro-life students at the University of Strathclyde have been making the media after their Students Union banned them from forming an official society Editor’s note. The University of Strathclyde is in Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland. This post comes

Liberal majority in Canadian Parliament defeats proposed unborn victims of crime law

Jeff Durham and Nancy Kaake (centre back) are joined by Conservative MPs Harold Albrecht, Michael Cooper, Rachael Harder, Cathay Wagantall, Garnett Genuis, Kelly Block, and Mark Warawa on the day of the Molly and Cassie’s Law vote.

By Paul Tuns Editor’s note. This appeared in the Canadian pro-life publication, The Interim and is reposted with permission. A private member’s bill that would have made it a separate crime to assault a pregnant woman causing the death of

Abortion “devastated us” woman says

By Sarah Terzo From one woman who had an abortion: “Abortion seemed the most rational decision in the world. We had three children, no money and elderly parents to help. We are not religious and I believe very much in

Pro-Life John Kennedy is endorsed by National Right to Life to be the next U.S. Senator from Louisiana

Pro-Life John Kennedy

By Dave Andrusko Most, if not virtually all attention paid to the unfinished business of the 2016 elections is the challenge by fringe presidential candidate Jill Stein to the vote totals in three states. But there is another election–this for

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