One gentle criticism is enough to send pro-abortion John Irving off the deep end

John Irving

By Dave Andrusko I am, admittedly, a poor example, since I can barely remember what I ate for breakfast. But wouldn’t you think 17 years is a tad long to hold a grudge, let alone wait to eviscerate your humble

McCorvey’s obituary in NY Times distorts and minimizes impact of Roe and Doe decisions

Norma McCorvey

By Dave Andrusko A brief but sincere thank you to all those who responded to our extensive coverage Monday of the death of Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade. Much more could have been said and will

Baby born with just 2% of his brain is doing fine

Miraculously Noah Wall’s brain now has nearly full function

Miraculously Noah Wall’s brain now has nearly full function By Dave Andrusko Last Friday Britain’s Channel Five broadcast a new documentary, “The Boy Who Grew a New Brain,” updating and chronicling the incredible story of Noah Wall, born with a

Pro-Abortion Gov. McAuliffe vetoes bill to defund Virginia abortion promoters

Olivia Gans Turner

No contracts would have gone to providers “that perform abortion” By Dave Andrusko Unfortunately, but not surprisingly, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe today vetoed HB2264, a common sense bill that would have ensured that legitimate Virginia healthcare programs that do not

Is abortion justified when a baby is “disabled”?

By Paul Stark The New York Times once published an article titled “My Abortion, at 23 Weeks.” The author explains that she was pregnant with twins, a boy and a girl, but that the boy was diagnosed with a herniated

Why euthanasia slippery slopes are inevitable

Margaret Somerville

By Margaret Somerville Advocates of legalizing euthanasia reject “slippery slope” arguments as unfounded fear-mongering and claim that its use will always be restricted to rare cases of dying people with unrelievable, unbearable suffering. But, as the Netherlands and Belgium demonstrate,

Nafisa Shamsher Named Director of 24-7 Pro-Life Helpline

Nafisa Shamsher has answered over 237,000 calls during her 11 years with Option Line.Photo Courtesy: Heartbeat International

By Heartbeat International News The first and only fully-staffed 24-7 pregnancy helpline in the U.S., Option Line, has named long-time consultant Nafisa Shamsher as its new director, with former director Bri Laycock receiving a promotion to head Heartbeat International’s new

Head of abortion chain laments that doctors don’t want to perform abortions

Ann Furedi

By Sarah Terzo Ann Furedi, head of the largest chain of abortion clinics in England, talks about how few doctors want to start performing abortions: “There is a real crisis looming. Unless we can address the problem and motivate doctors

Sex-Selective abortion is “gender-based violence”

Editor’s note. The following was posted at the Canadian pro-life site and is reposted with permission. This past week Maryam Monsef, Canada’s Status of Women Minister gave Planned Parenthood Ottawa $285,000 so they can use it to help women

Not Dead Yet leader submits testimony against Hawaii assisted suicide bill

Anita Cameron

Editor’s note. This testimony by Anita Cameron in opposition to SB 1129 was posted on the Not Dead Yet website on Feb 14. Good day. Thank you very much for allowing me to offer my thoughts to you today. My

More “safeguard” nonsense from the panel that will design Victoria’s death law

Daniel Andrews

By Paul Russell, Founder, HOPE Australia Editor’s note. Victoria is a state in southeast Australia and Daniel Andrews is its Premier. An expert panel was recently formed at the request of Andrews, tasked with creating ‘safe’ assisted suicide laws. The

Norma McCorvey: RIP

Norma McCorvey

By Dave Andrusko When she spoke, Norma McCorvey would often say, “I am dedicated to spending the rest of my life undoing the law that bears my name.” Norma, of course, was the “Jane Roe” of the infamous 1973 Roe

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