Florida judge gives state 60 more days to make case defending 24 hour waiting period

Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis

By Dave Andrusko When the state of Florida filed its brief defending its 24-hour waiting period for abortion-minded women, it asked Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis for more time to develop its case why HB 633 meets constitutional muster.

Chinese Mother Dies after Husband Demands a Son, Forces Her to Have Four Abortions

“The real culprit here is the two-child policy,” says PRI President Steven Mosher By Jonathan Abbamonte A woman from Anhui province in eastern China has died after her husband forced her to undergo four sex-selective abortions in a single year,

A letter to my dad — an adoptive father of thirteen

By Ryan Scott Bomberger Editor’s note. This appeared at the Radiance Foundation and is reposted with permission. Dear Dad, You rescued me. Before I was even born, you chose me through adoption. Before you even saw me, your heart opened to

Michigan Sen. Stabenow’s record on abortion-on-demand

Editor’s note. This is provided by Right to Life of Michigan, NRLC’s state affiliate. Senator Debbie Stabenow’s position on abortion is that it should be legal up to and including the process of birth, and that women should be able

Ontario judge extends terminal definition for euthanasia to a woman with osteoarthritis

Justice Paul Perrell

By Alex Schadenberg Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Recently I wrote about “Canada’s euthanasia law – one year later,“ showing how the euthanasia law is being extended in Canada at a record pace. In June 2016, Canada’s federal government

“No options were presented to me” says woman who regretted her abortion

By Sarah Terzo Katerina, who had an abortion and suffered great emotional pain afterward: “The lady who met me there [at the local Family Planning Service] treated me as rudely as anyone could treat someone; there was no caring or

Legalizing assisted suicide is dangerous – just look at Canada

Kevin Yuill

By Kevin Yuill This week, the High Court [in Great Britain] heard a legal challenge from a terminally ill British man who wants the right to die. Noel Conway, who is 67-years-old and has motor neurone disease, wants an assisted

Let’s end taxpayer funding of abortion in Minnesota

By Paul Stark Minnesota taxpayers have bankrolled elective abortions for low-income women for more than two decades. But the problem is getting worse year after year. In 2015, according to the Minnesota Department of Human Services, taxpayers reimbursed abortion practitioners

California Judge Rips State’s Pro-Abortion Compelled Speech Law, Allows Lawsuit to Move Forward

After over 18 months of waiting, The Scharpen Foundation—which runs a licensed mobile medical clinic in Riverside County—will finally get its day in court July 21.

By Jay Hobbs It’s been over a year and a half since clinic administrator Scott Scharpen filed a lawsuit challenging California’s so-called Reproductive FACT Act (also known as AB775), which is the state’s attempt to force pro-life medical clinics to

What makes illegal, unsafe DIY abortions somehow acceptable?

By Béatrice Fedor Editor’s note. This appeared at 400 Words for Women and is reposted with permission. As she makes clear, pro-lifers carry more for women than pro-abortionists promoting do-it-yourself abortions. This comic strip illustrates the attitude of many pro-choicers towards

The attorney for Charlie Gard’s Guardian: Kill Instead of Withdrawing Life Support

Victoria Butler-Cole and Charlie Gard Photo Credit:The Libertarian Republic

By Wesley J. Smith As I reported here previously, the attorney representing the guardian of the catastrophically ill baby, Charlie Gard–and hence, who is representing Charlie Gard–who opposes allowing his parents to have control over his medical care, is the

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