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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

Couple slams doctors who repeatedly urged them to abort child with Down Syndrome

Andrew and Kathleen Simpkins with their daughter Elva

The couple rejected abortion and instead chose life for their daughter Elva. Editor’s note. This appeared at The Christian Institute. An Australian couple who chose life for their unborn child, after she was diagnosed with Down’s syndrome, have criticised doctors

Bountiful Blessings on Thanksgiving

By Carol Tobias, President           We in the right-to-life movement have much to be thankful for this year. We have avoided the election of Hillary Clinton whose major objective would have been not merely to solidify the

Trump’s favorables ascending, majority now also believes he will do good job as President

By Dave Andrusko   At the same time the media onslaught against President-elect Donald Trump continues to pick up speed and some supporters of Hillary Clinton want the campaign to challenge the election results in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, the

Public confidence in press dropping precipitously, press promises more of the same

By Dave Andrusko   On Tuesday we reposted a column by Tim Graham which outlined the public’s heading toward zero confidence in the press. Barely one in five– 22%–give the press a grade of “A” or “B,” while almost 4

High Priority: Public Comments Needed on American Nurses Association’s New Draft Position Paper on Denying Food and Water

By Nancy Valko Editor’s note. This important request appears on Nancy’s blog. Her specific rebuttals of portions of the nine-page-long position can be found at  Although the American Nurses Association (ANA) claims it represents the over 3 million US

Adoption: the hope for orphans around the world

By Joleigh Little, Teens for Life and Region Coordinator, Wisconsin Right to Life Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. Today we continue our series of new and reposted stories about this wonderfully life-affirming option.   It is no small coincidence,

Merging ultrasound and MRI researchers shows unborn babies in 3-D Virtual Reality

By Dave Andrusko Over the years I have written many times about the “old days”–back in the 1980s–and the  primitive black and white ultrasounds whose fuzziness was exceeded only by the parents’ determination to “see” arms and legs amidst a