National Right to Life Applauds Prolife Provision in House-passed Tax bill

By Jennifer Popik, J.D. Director of Federal Legislation On Thursday, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 which contains a new prolife provision. Under the provision, parents will be

40 years to life for woman who murdered nearly nine-month-pregnant friend and cut baby out of her womb

By Dave Andrusko This story is so ghastly it took me an extra day to write it up. Back in late 2015 we first reported on then 22-year-old Ashleigh Wade who had murdered Angelikque Sutton, her nearly

A testimony to the power of faith and to the “26th victim,” an unborn child

By Dave Andrusko On November 8, we posted a story under the headline, “A tally of 26 murder victims that includes ‘space for one more’–an unborn child.” I wrote about the awful slaughter of parishioners at the First

Mother miscarries, but doctors later amazed to discover she is carrying a second “miracle baby”

By Dave Andrusko Already the happy mother of two, Michelle Hui learned she was pregnant again in 2016. But at just a little over six weeks, she found blood stains on her pants, according to Anastasios Manaras

Bioethicist on NBCNews.com: Having Kids is ‘Indulgence’ That’s Bad For The Earth

By Matthew Balan Professor Travis Reider of Johns Hopkins University boosted population control as a solution for climate change in a Wednesday op-ed for NBCNews.com. Reider, an assistant director at the school’s Berman Institute of Bioethics, hyped

Dads Need a Life-Giving Voice in Crisis Pregnancies

By Tammy R. Shewfelt For years, our culture has promoted a not-so-positive definition of a man, father and husband. The crucial role of men in society and the family has been sidelined for many reasons. Whether men

Adult Stem Cells and Gene Therapy Save a Young Boy

By David Prentice, Ph.D. When people talk about something that “saved their skin,” they usually mean that it helped them out of a difficult situation. But a young boy in Germany has literally had his skin—and his

Eugenics and Its Victims

Why Buck v. Bell still matters By Eric Metaxas with Roberto Rivera 2017 is a year of milestone anniversaries for events that shaped our world: the Reformation, the Russian Revolution, and one horrible Supreme Court decision. As

Sandra Bullock to star as “Abortion Queen” Wendy Davis in upcoming movie

By Texas Right to Life Just when you thought Wendy Davis was out of the spotlight at long last, Hollywood decided to drag her back into the limelight for an anti-Life biopic. Sandra Bullock is slated to

Olympic-Sized Prolife Moments: Adoption, Motherhood and Rejecting Abortion

By Ryan Bomberger Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. All this month we are posting new and previously run stories. This first ran in 2016. The Olympics are a time for the world to see the

Swiss assisted suicide deaths increase by 30% in 2015

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The Swiss statistics office reported that 965 assisted suicide deaths were reported in 2015 up from 742 in 2014, a 30% increase. (Earlier media reports suggested that there

Mutual “Hug of Life” helps twins born 13 weeks premature survive

Special bond” still working 2 ½ years later By Dave Andrusko We have nurses in our family and the stories my sisters have told us about critically ill children and the resourcefulness and staying power of families