David Daleiden to speak at NRLC 2017 Convention in Milwaukee

David Daleidan

By Dave Andrusko With the beginning of the 2017 National Right to Life Convention now less than six weeks away, pro-lifers will be delighted to know that David Daleiden will be speaking June 29 at 12:20 – 2 pm. For

Study claims waiting period laws don’t work even though minds are changed and lives saved

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research America’s abortion research academy—UCSF (University of California, San Francisco)—has produced another study claiming that yet another category of pro-life legislation is ineffective, or even has harmful consequences. This time,

Roe’s death-dealing days are numbered

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I watched the movie “Jackie” the other week because I was interested in finding out how the film would portray the life of First Lady Jackie Kennedy following the immense tragedy of

The Dangerous Advance on Assisted Suicide You Probably Haven’t Heard About

By Bobby Schindler We’re living through a time when there seems to be something new and alarming in the news every day. Our media cycle is dominated by the dramatic, and one consequence of this is that alarming events can

Pope Francis says no ends can “justify the destruction of human embryos”

By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat to The Crux for a fine story about Pope Francis’s uplifting visit last week with a group of people suffering from Huntington’s Disease and their families at the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall in Rome.

Huge Majorities in Great Britain want much stronger limitations on abortion

By Dave Andrusko As even a couple of British newspapers remarked, there is a startling disconnect between the push to remove all limitations on abortions and public opinion polls which show more and more sentiment for more and more limitations.

What upsets pro-abortionists now? “Assigning human attributes to not-yet-human embryos”

By Dave Andrusko I count on my trusty readers to alert me to stories that I would never have seen. Today’s example is about something I’d not even heard of: pregnant women Photoshopping their baby’s sonogram on their stomachs. From

AG appeals to 8th Circuit to save Missouri pro-life law

U.S. District Judge Howard F. Sachs

By Dave Andrusko Characteristic of his aggressive posture, last week, one day after U.S. District Judge Howard F. Sachs refused to delay enforcing the preliminary injunction he issued last month in favor of Planned Parenthood, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley

Thousands turn out in Rome for March that’s ‘taking on a life of its own’

By Claire Chretien Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at LifesiteNews and is reposted with permission. ROME, Italy, May 22, 2017 – Thousands of Italians marched against abortion and euthanasia on Saturday at the nation’s annual March for Life

Wedged Between Abortion Mill and NARAL Hub, New Pregnancy Center Surrounded, Simplified

The ribbon-cutting for a new life-saving center next door to a New England abortion business. Photo Courtesy: St. Gerard's Center for Life

By Jay Hobbs At the outset of the 1950 Battle of Frozen Chosin, where he and his men were out-numbered 67,000 to 30,000 on frigid enemy territory, Lieut. Gen. Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller delivered one of the most enduring lines

Ontario doctors will leave the province if forced to participate in “assisted dying”

Dr. Kulvinder Gill

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition On May 18, the Ontario legislature rejected Bill 129, the Regulated Health Professions Amendment Act, a bill that was sponsored by Jeff Yurek (Member of the Legislative Assembly) to provide conscience

A “terrible sense of emptiness” after her abortion

By Sarah Terzo Pro-Choice author Miriam Claire on her abortion: “I was performing as a singer in ‘Evita’ in London in 1984 when I discovered that I was pregnant… By coincidence, a colleague with whom I shared a dressing room