Mother of abandoned baby reportedly watched as neighbors discovered her

24 Hour News 8’s Henry Erb speaks to Jeff Kopp, who along with his dog Bobby found a newborn on the side of the road near Diamond Lake.

  By Dave Andrusko There were hints in the early reports about an abandoned baby who was found on a dirt road in White Cloud, Michigan that there were even more shocking revelations. On Monday, a little after 10:00 am,

Washington Post editorial on Texas and abortion awash in errors and misrepresentations


  By Dave Andrusko Like a really bad penny, the egregiously erroneous formulation that Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton legalized abortion in the first trimester turns up with depressing regularity. It’s as if many people and publications who

Camp Joshua Virginia: “An awesome pro-life camp”

Camp Joshua 2014

  By Colin Kearney Editor’s note. The following essay was written by a participant in Camp Joshua Virginia 2014. Camp Joshua Virginia is sponsored by the Virginia Society for Human Life (VSHL). Colin is a rising junior. Camp Joshua 2014

How and where an Appeals Panel decision to strike down law that would have closed Mississippi’s last abortion clinic went wrong

Judge Emilio M. Garza

  By Dave Andrusko I almost didn’t run yesterday’s story about a split three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals which struck down a Mississippi law that requires abortionists to have admitting privileges at a local hospital.

Obama’s approval number drops to 39%, only 42% believes he “can manage the government effectively”

Pro-abortion President Barack Obama

  By Dave Andrusko When it comes to presidential approval ratings, there may not be a “tipping point” where bad/awful becomes something with no bottom in sight. But if there is (and I believe there is), it could be the

Canberra Politician slams Nitschke

Mary Porter

  By Paul Russell, Founder, Hope Australia Mary Porter is a Member of the Legislative Assembly in the Canberra (ACT) Parliament. In recent years, Ms Porter has made end-of-life issues something of a leitmotif for her parliamentary career. In the

Competing Narratives: “Be Quiet” versus “What Can I do?”

  By Dave Andrusko Sometimes it is difficult to grasp why people come down on one side or the other of the abortion debate. But other times the words that pour out are so revealing they tell you all you

Ohio Right To Life places pro-life billboards in African-American neighborhoods


  By Ashley Herzoh This month, Ohio Right To Life launched a new pro-life ad campaign in Cleveland’s low-income, majority black neighborhoods. “African Americans experience a shockingly disproportionate number of abortions,” said Katherine McCann, public relations manager at Ohio Right

Professor Guilty in Assault on Young Pro Lifer

Prof. Mireille Miller-Young

  By Wesley J. Smith Some readers may recall the UC Santa Barbara professor who was so incensed at seeing pro-life demonstrators that she attacked a teenage girl and stole her protest sign. Law enforcement took the smirk off her

“I’d say it’s the pro-choice equivalent of a crucifix“

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This first ran in August 2012, which amazed me when a reader somehow ran across this piece while doing research on the Web and inquired about the original source. Two years?! No sooner had

Canadian Medical Association: 71.5% oppose the legalization of euthanasia or assisted suicide; Doctors should be excluded from doing euthanasia


  By Alex Schadenberg Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) published the results of its online poll and it national dialogue concerning euthanasia, assisted suicide and end-of-life care. The CMA consultation report determined that 71.5% agreed

Terrifying? Let me tell you what is terrifying . . .


  I don’t usually waste my time responding to emails sent out by pro-abortion groups like Planned Parenthood and NARAL. They’re typically dishonest and I believe most readers see through that. But NARAL put one out Friday that needs a