Tag Archives: abortion

Advice on how to plant pro-abortion ideas in the minds of little children

In advance of Irish abortion referendum By Dave Andrusko To say the mainstream press in the Republic of Ireland is pro-abortion is like saying it’s above freezing when the temperature is 100 degrees. True, but it vastly

Thinking more deeply about abortions that don’t happen

By Dave Andrusko Sometimes even someone who writes daily about abortion (like me) can miss the significance of a truly powerful but perhaps under-emphasized pro-life story. Last week, Holly Gatling, executive director of South Carolina Citizens for

Personhood, function, and desire: Why the strongest argument in defense of abortion doesn’t work at all

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. This appeared in the April digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please share the stories with your pro-life friends and family. Some arguments in defense of abortion are more intellectually

Grieving father tells story of his aborted son to persuade others not to abort

By Sarah Terzo Patrick B. Keefe wrote a book about the abortion he encouraged his wife to have over 20 years ago. He grieves for his child and wants others to know how painful abortion is for

Man confess to stabbing girlfriend to death for refusing to abort

By Dave Andrusko A 23-year-old student has confessed to police in Jahun, Nigeria, that he stabbed his 22-year-old girlfriend to death when she refused to abort. The Jigawa Police command arrested Ismail Nasiru after an investigation that

Why bodily autonomy–“My body, my choice”– doesn’t justify abortion

By Paul Stark Abortion is justified, many of its defenders argue, because women have a right to control their own bodies. “My body, my choice,” signs and bumper stickers proclaim. The bodily autonomy argument takes a few

Planned Parenthood’s abortion fixation

By Richard Doerflinger While claiming to serve women’s overall “reproductive health,” in 96 percent of cases what it provides to pregnant women is abortion. Cecile Richards, who plans to retire this year as president of the Planned

Trump Administration extends option to permit pro-lifers to avoid penalty for failing to buy an abortion exchange plan

By Jennifer Popik, J.D., Director of Federal Legislation Earlier this week, the Trump Administration provided relief to Americans currently faced with penalties for failing to buy plans on Obamacare exchanges where the only plans available covered abortion.

Pulling back the curtain

By Barbara Listing, President Right to Life of Michigan Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared on the blog of Right to Life of Michigan. It is one of the most memorable scenes in

Abortions Decline in South Carolina More than 10% in 2017

Overall drop of more than 63% since 1988 By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life COLUMBIA, S.C. –Abortions occurring in South Carolina in 2017 declined by more than 10% from 2016, according to provisional

Male suicides and abortion-related mental illness are interrelated, research shows

“Most women have no concept that abortion can hurt men” By Dave Andrusko The entire topic of men and abortion is—to state the obvious—underanalysed and underappreciated. But there is hope that we can remedy this collective blindspot.

Abortion worker has nightmares after counting fetal parts

By Sarah Terzo Former abortion worker Jewels Green describes the nightmare she had while she was working abortion clinic: After an abortion, the instrument tray was passed through the window in the wall into the autoclave room.