Walk with KIDS in Solidarity for Unborn Babies with Down Syndrome

By Eileen Haupt Are you a parent of a child with Down syndrome who will be attending the 2017 March for Life in Washington, D.C.? Or, perhaps you have a family member or friend with Down syndrome? Maybe you simply

Nailed it: Paul Ryan’s perfect answer to why Planned Parenthood should be defunded

By Claire Chretien House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan succinctly and calmly laid out the case for redirecting taxpayer dollars from abortion goliath Planned Parenthood to federal community health centers at a CNN townhall Thursday night. Ryan, R-WI, explained what pro-lifers

NRLC Urges Swift Congressional Action to fight dangerous assisted suicide measure

Congressman Brad Wenstrup

By Jennifer Popik, JD, Director, Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics On January 12, 2017, Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-Oh.) and Senator James Lankford (R-Ok.) introduced a joint measure aimed at protecting the residents of the District of Columbia from becoming

“Women’s March” (of course) only for pro-abortion women

By Dave Andrusko The anti-Donald Trump “Women’s March” will take place in Washington, DC, the day after President-elect Trump’s January 20 inauguration. As such it will be squeezed in between the inauguration and the 44th anniversary of the grotesque Roe

Religious representatives “bless” new PPFA abortion clinic in Washington, DC

By Dave Andrusko The last time we wrote about Planned Parenthood moving its Washington, DC abortion clinic, it was to talk about the resistance to PPFA’s determination to move it right next to the Two Rivers Public Charter School! Unfortunately,

“Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights” a gimmick to get you to read tedious pro-abortion propaganda

By Dave Andrusko The article appearing in the Free Press newspaper is almost 2,700 words long, so long that the initial emphasis on “Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights” was clearly a gimmick to get readers to plow through a tedious hodgepodge

Dignity in Dying uses lack of police prosecution to push for euthanasia

Editor’s note. This comes from SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. The Economist magazine reports that although reported instances of people aiding someone in committing suicide have increased, the number of arrests and prosecutions have gone down. Euthanasia

The Abortion Clinic Said They’d Throw Her Baby in the Trash… That’s When She Changed Her Mind

Magalia and Ayreon are going to Washington, D.C., to tell their story Jan. 26.

By Magalia Frazier Having a baby changes everything—physically, mentally, emotionally and financially. Even though having a baby is challenging, it has its rewards too. After you’ve had a rough day at work, for example, and you come home or pick

New York Times Pushes Suicide by Starvation

Paula Span

By Wesley J. Smith If there is any aspect of the culture of death not supported and promoted by the New York Times, I haven’t seen it. Now, Paula Span, the Gray (Ashen?) Lady’s “The New Old Age” columnist pushes

Abortion: A baby isn’t a baby until you love it

By Sarah Terzo Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted with permission. From one woman who had an abortion: “For me there wasn’t a moral question… I don’t have a problem with this fetus thing, either –

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

Senate takes first step to repeal and replace Obamacare

By Dave Andrusko After seven hours of debate, the Senate early this morning took the first step to repeal and replace Obamacare. “Senators voted 51-48 to approve a budget resolution that Republicans will use as a vehicle to speed through

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