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Christopher Hitchens: RIP

Christopher Hitchens

  By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. It was three years ago this week that Christopher Hitchens died. A friend reminded me of that this

8 ½ month pregnant mom is killed when she is pinned by car, baby alive, in critical condition

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  By Dave Andrusko It would be difficult to

A dad’s farewell lullaby to his dying baby boy is even more poignant than first imagined

MY SON: Chris Picco kissing his son, Lennon James. Credit: Ashley Picco Memorial Fund

  By Dave Andrusko How could it not have been? How

Pro-life issue and all-out efforts help re-elect Roberts and Brownback in Kansas

Pro-life Sen. Pat Roberts with Mary Kay Culp, executive director of Kansans for Life

  By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life All eyes turned to “reliably red”

Brittany Maynard delays decision to end her own life this Saturday

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By Dave Andrusko    By now, almost everyone knows the name Brittany Maynard. She is 29

On “historic” results, the impending defeat of pro-abortion “icon” Wendy Davis, and a gloomy NY Times editorial

Pro-abortion President Barack Obama, pro-abortion Texas State Senator Wendy Davis

By Dave Andrusko It’s so close that now we’re down

Continuing Pro-Life Momentum in 2015

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By Maria Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Pro-life is winning in Pennsylvania. I base that statement not on anything I’ve read

14 Reasons Why People With Down Syndrome Are Awesome

Individuals with Down syndrome are precious gifts to our world. Here are just a few reasons why they

Killing of disabled girl “wholly inappropriate” and “extremely troubling” says Autism group

By Cassy Fiano The euthanasia of Nancy Fitzmaurice, a severely disabled child who was not dying, has

Archbishop Chaput: “Being Human in an Age of Unbelief”

Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadephia

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., is the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia, and

Welcoming the Unborn “Stranger” Among Us

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“For I was a stranger…and you welcomed me.” An excerpt from When Did We See You, Lord [2005], by Bishop Robert

Major Advance Using Ethical Stem Cells

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By Barbara Lyons, Executive Director Emerita Wisconsin Right to Life Cellular Dynamics International (CDI), a Madison, Wisconsin-based company, has been awarded