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Rep. Chris Smith: ‘We need to stop coercion of women and men’s consciences to force them to be complicit in abortion”

Rep. Chris Smith

By Katie Yoder One politician is calling on the media to report “coercion, not in America, not ever” when it comes to health care professionals who refuse to participate in abortion. On Wednesday, Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ)

Third poll says public oppose abortion decriminalization in Great Britain

After 50 years of abortion, the public is less keen on “liberalizing” it than decriminalization advocates claim. Why do pro-abortion MPs keep claiming otherwise? By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A new opinion poll

Woman who regretted her abortion: “no options were presented to me”

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

Abortion’s Negative Impact on Women’s Health: Psychological Repercussions Part Four

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Over the past few days, we’ve been publishing a series on abortion’s negative health consequences bases on a report by bioethicist Dr. Gregory Pike for the

UN increases pro-abortion pressure on Ireland, pro-lifers refuse to testify in front of “kangaroo court”

By Dave Andrusko The inexorable grinding of the pro-abortion gears in Ireland continues apace. As NRL News Today readers are aware, Ireland will hold a referendum in 2018 on the nation’s very protective abortion laws, principally the

Mother’s message to Parliament: My daughter wouldn’t be alive today if MPs pushing buffer zones had their way

Pro-Life counsellors offer help, not aggression. By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children On Tuesday, a mother’s testimony of how she was helped by pro-life counsellors outside an abortion clinic was read out in Parliament.

Undocumented teen who aborted seeking mental health treatment

Trump administration wishes to be able to share information with mental health providers By Dave Andrusko The Washington Times is reporting that “Jane Doe,” the undocumented teenager from Central America who underwent an abortion after a month-long

Pro-choice author: abortion has to do with “life and death”

The pro-choice author of “Abortion: A Positive Decision” interviewed abortion providers and post-abortion women talking about how great abortion is, and how helpful to women. However, in the beginning of the book, she says: “No matter that

Some thoughts on a megachurch pastor’s evasive comments about abortion and his further clarification

By Dave Andrusko For a variety of reasons I held off commenting on Pastor Carl Lentz’s observations about abortion, when he appeared on (of all places) The View to promote his new book, “Own the Moment.” His

Another medical (chemical) abortion story of incredible pain

Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes, a site run by pro-life blogger Sarah Terzo. One woman tells her story of abortion by pill: “I took my four pills at 2:45. I was fine for about an

Justice Department asks Supreme Court to vacate D.C. Circuit ruling in “Jane Doe’s” abortion, asks for disciplinary action against her lawyers

By Dave Andrusko When we wrote about the case of “Jane Doe,” the undocumented teenager from Central America who wanted to abort, second only to the life of that individual child in importance was that the ACLU

Abortion’s Negative Impact on Women’s Health, Part Two: A Lifestyle Associated with Violence

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. Last Friday, we began a multi-part series on abortion’s negative health consequences based on a report by bioethicist Dr. Gregory Pike for the British