The Pro-Life, Pro-Truth Movement

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I recently heard a panelist on a news program say there was a need to be “pro-truth.” I immediately thought of the pro-life movement, and how it has also

Finnish minister defeats “no confidence” motion called on his pro-life beliefs

“How odd it is that someone would have to defend the right to defend life.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In an encouraging example of what can happen when politicians stand by their

Woman 30 weeks pregnant authorized by Indian court to abort

Abortionists given immunity if something happens to the mother By Dave Andrusko In a decision loaded with tragedy, last Friday the Bombay high court ruled that a woman could abort her 30-week-old unborn child because an ultrasound

Federal District Court Strikes Down Hawaii Law Targeting Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers

By Katie Franklin In yet another victory for free speech, last week a federal district court struck down a Hawaii law forcing pregnancy centers and pro-life doctors to advertise for abortion. The ruling marks the latest development

Help Virginia Society for Human Life stop Assisted Suicide proponents’ attempts to change Virginia’s law!

By Olivia Gans Turner, President, VSHL The Joint Committee on Health Care (JCHC) met on Sept 18th and heard the report prepared by its staff regarding the possibility of expanding assisted suicide access in the Commonwealth of

Pushing ‘Healthspan’ Duty to Die for the Elderly?

By Wesley J. Smith The bioethicist and Obamacare architect, Ezekiel Emanuel, made headlines — and raised hackles — when he argued a few years ago that 75 is the right age to die, or at least, to

Blob of tissue at four months?

By Sarah Terzo Victoria from Pennsylvania told the story of her third abortion. Her Planned Parenthood counselor told her her child was a “blob of tissue”, even though she was 4 months along: “My last abortion was

Canada laying groundwork for child euthanasia

By Michael Cook Euthanasia, or “medical aid in dying”, was authorised by Canada’s Supreme Court in June 2016. It was a controversial decision and the controversy is far from over. Three issues were left hanging: euthanasia for

NPR Won’t Accept Use of ‘Abortion Doctor’ in Ad for Movie on Kermit Gosnell

By Tim Graham Matt Lewis at the Daily Beast reported a shocking little story out of National Public Radio on Tuesday. The producers of a new dramatic movie on notorious Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell — now serving three

Case for ‘death with dignity’ collapses under scrutiny

By John Kelly Editor’s note. John Kelly is director of Second Thoughts Massachusetts: Disability Rights Activists Against Assisted Suicide. This letter was published in the Berkshire Eagle on September 19. To the editor: I write to respond

Colombian child euthanasia policy criticized at Human Rights Council

On Friday Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach [MCCL GO] criticized Colombia’s euthanasia policy at a meeting of the UN’s Human Rights Council in Geneva. The Council conducts a Universal Periodic Review of all nations to

The National Right to Life Victory Fund Needs Your Help to fight an historic battle

When a newborn baby first opens her eyes, she sees, feels, and hears the wonder of the world around her. She snuggles in response to mommy’s touch. She responds to her mother’s soft voice as she cradles