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Alexander the Great: “He was tougher than any diagnosis”


Editor’s note. The following powerful story appeared in the newsletter of New York State Right to Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. Those who attended Lobby for Life Day heard Nora Flores, RN, share the powerful story of her son, Alexander –

Dead baby found in backpack at Syracuse N.Y. high school


  By Jeannie DeAngelis Another dead baby has been found at a school. This time the tiny person wasn’t found in a bathroom trash bin; instead, the deceased child was stuffed into a backpack and dropped off to the school

Why the increasing capacity of younger preemies to survive so unsettles pro-abortionists


  By Dave Andrusko This has a tremendous couple of weeks for the Pro-Life Movement, capped off by Wednesday’s 242-184 House vote in support of The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36). This followed last week’s study in the

Sightless Mom “sees” unborn baby


By Dave Andrusko   Okay, pretend you didn’t read the headline. It’s more fun that way. Tatiana Guerra, 30, is from Brazil, and was 20 weeks pregnant when this video was taken. When she was 17, she lost her sight.

House to consider Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act next week


By Dave Andrusko   What a terrific way to end the week. This morning the Republican Leadership of  the United States House of Representative announced that next week the House will consider H.R. 36, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.

Children’s Book, “Sister Apple, Sister Pig” Attempts to Rationalize Abortion

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By Gary Cangemi Children have a natural curiosity about life in the womb. When the mother of a young child becomes pregnant, her born child is full of questions and wonder about the life growing within her.  It would never

All that glitter cannot hide the inherent ugliness of abortion


By Maria Gallagher Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation During her early school age years, my daughter loved to talk about all the things she could do with glitter and glue. By adding in construction paper, she could make magic. I still

Still right about euthanasia


By Ian Dowbiggin Editor’s note. Yesterday I reprinted a review I wrote back in 2003 of Prof. Dowbiggin’s book, “A Merciful End: The Euthanasia Movement in Modern America.” The following first appeared this week in the Canadian publication, the Prince

Wild West Woes: WashPost Whines for Wyoming Woman Who Drove 400 Miles for an Abortion


By Tim Graham To liberal media outlets, the saddest thing about abortion is how women seeking to terminate their baby may have to drive more than 20 minutes to a clinic. The Washington Post on Thursday offered a 2,390-word opus

Just in time for Mother’s Day: floral company gives portion of profits to abortion giant Planned Parenthood

By Carole Novielli Editor’s note. This appeared at Just in time for Mother’s Day a floral store will donate 50% of their profits of flower orders to guess who? Answer: baby killing Planned Parenthood. The Vero Beach, Florida company,

Born at 22 weeks, premature twins celebrate ninth birthday

Editor’s note. This appeared at and is reprinted with permission. Premature twins, Hunter and Darcy Ridley, were born at 22 weeks gestation— 123 days before their actual due date. Known at the time as the world’s most premature twins, the miracle

Study on premature babies’ survival provokes debate about abortion

By Sheila Liaugminas It stated the obvious. But on Thursday, this story appeared on the cover of the New York Times, prominently, above the fold, with a photo to help illustrate the point. First of all click on the link at,