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Judge to hear plaintiffs challenge to Florida’s 24-hour waiting requirement today

Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis

By Dave Andrusko When last we wrote about HB 633, signed into law by pro-life Florida Gov. Rick Scott on June 10, 2015, a split state Supreme Court had just blocked the law which requires that a pregnant woman meet

American Neurologist to examine Charlie next week

Charlie Gard

Timetable pushed back until at least July 25 for possibly removing Charlie’s ventilator By Dave Andrusko In all the accounts yesterday of the emotion-packed hearing over the fate of little Charlie Gard, little attention was paid to the fact that

Autonomy: a short history of a big idea

By Michael Cook “The strongest arguments in favour of physician-assisted suicide [PAS] are respect for autonomy, justice, compassion, honesty, individual liberty and transparency.” This is a sentence drawn from a press release issued by the European Society of Anaesthesiology, which

Be a “Patron for Life” to Help NRL Convention 2017

By Dave Andrusko We are only 41 days away from the pro-life educational event of the year: the annual National Right to Life Convention, June 29-July 1. Over the two months we have posted stories and updates, and interviews with

One step closer to Planned Parenthood defunding

On Thursday, our nation took a big step back from the deepest corruption. From the deepest moral corruption. By a 217-213 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives took a huge step towards ending taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood and towards

A new pro-death litany: Pro-choice, Pro-abortion, Pro-healthy child

Valerie Tarico

By Dave Andrusko As pro-abortionists (see Democratic Party) embrace a position that is further and further and further from where most Americans are on abortion, it’s useful for us to see various coping mechanisms on display. Here’s one– straining out

Deadly Utilitarianism: It’s not what we can do, but whose we are

By Eric Metaxas with Stan Guthrie What’s the most dangerous thing you can say to someone in our society? “You’re useless!” Amy Julia Becker is a successful author and columnist. She also is the mom of a beautiful daughter, a

Handicapped people lead great lives

By Lizzy Cannon As a teen living with Spina Bifida, I hear arguments from the pro choice community about how people born with handicaps will have “horrible lives.” I’m here to explain that that is a GIANT LOAD OF BLEGH.

“Jane Roe” Tells True Story Behind Roe v. Wade

Norma McCorvey

Norma McCorvey Says “Pure and simple. I lied” Editor’s note. Norma McCorvey, the “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade, passed away on Saturday. The following is her January 21, 1998, testimony given to the Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, Federalism

18th Annual North Carolina Prayer Breakfast for Life and 2017 March & Rally for Life

On Saturday, January 21st, pro-lifers from across the state came to the Doubletree by Hilton in Raleigh, North Carolina, for the 18th Annual Prayer Breakfast for Life. Many more pro-lifers gathered at the 2017 Rally & March for Life. Around

Pro-life feminists need not apply to Saturday’s “Women’s March”

So much for being “affirming,” “open,” and “intersectional” By Dave Andrusko Kudos to Joy Pullman, writing today at the Federalist, for bringing together numerous threads in an engaging post. “SNL Gets That Women’s Rights have become a Punchline, and the

Everything you do . . . can save a life

Everything you do, no matter how big or small you think it is, adds to the momentum that saves lives. And will one day make this a culture that respects life! For example, you might think a single vote doesn’t