Tag Archives: Pro-Abortion

Why Does the New York Times Choose Abortion Over Free Speech?

By Jay Hobbs In an op-ed published Thursday at the New York Times, Yale Law professor and Planned Parenthood donor Linda Greenhouse unleashed a borderline illiterate vindication of California’s attempt to force pro-lifers into parroting a state-approved

Irish Politician Slams BPAS Support of Late Term and Gender Selective Abortions

Editor’s note. This comes courtesy of the Irish pro-life organization Precious Life. BPAS refers to the British Pregnancy Advisory Service. The Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution provides equal rights to the mother and the unborn child

Pro-abortionist battles to excise “my own internalized abortion stigma”

By Dave Andrusko The Abortion Establishment, worried that the “war on women” has reached its expiration date and fresh out of new ideas, is trying to rehabilitate abortion. I mean by that reframing the deaths of unborn

Helping Women Doesn’t Mean Advocating Abortion. Quite the Opposite, In Fact.

By Hannah Ellis This November, member nations of the “Group of 7” (G-7) met in Italy to discuss current global health issues and challenges. To the outrage of abortion activists, the G-7 members landed on language that

The ‘What If I hadn’t been born?’ question and why it so annoys pro-abortionists

Rachael Larimore

By Dave Andrusko I didn’t know until today that Rachael Larimore is now the online managing editor of the Weekly Standard. In a former professional life she was a senior editor at Slate. The news of her

Did pro-abortionists Democrats learn from 2016 or are they inflating last Tuesday’s results?

Hillary Clinton paused while speaking during a rally at the Grand Valley State University Fieldhouse in Allendale, Michigan, on Nov. 7, 2016. (Brendan Smialowski / AFP/Getty Images)

By Dave Andrusko Here’s our last NRL News Today post of the week. “One year later, Democrats try to use painful lessons of 2016 to guide future campaigns” stands in stark contrast to all the gleeful stories

Two Fatal Flaws in the Pro-Abort #ExposeFakeClinics Crusade

By Kirk Walden This is the week. The “Fake Clinics” campaign is on, an effort to somehow expose pregnancy help ministries as sham operations. But at its core, this week is an effort to tell the unsuspecting

Embracing abortion extremism, Democrats toss aside a strong majority of Americans

Ross Douthat

By Dave Andrusko Over the next few days we’ll take a look at the criticism (which is neither new nor persuasive) of the science undergirding the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. As regular readers know, HR 36

“Expose Fake Clinics” Pro-Abortion Crusade is the Gift That Keeps on Giving

Lady Parts Justice League co-opting the suffragettes - made up entirely of pro-life women - to protest a Long Island pregnancy center on August 24

By Jay Hobbs If there’s a far-off land where failed ideas, ungrounded accusations and malice all go to live out the rest of their days in peace, perhaps #ExposeFakeClinics will someday travel there for good. Until then,

Pro-abortion blogs celebrate “index” of the “best” cities to abort your baby and get it paid for

Andrea Miller [from her Twitter account]

San Francisco a very dubious #1 By Dave Andrusko Every once in a while The National Institute for Reproductive Health (NIRH) makes a publicity splash. Yesterday it released the Local Reproductive Freedom Index (in the words of

The problem with pro-abortion philosophy

Eliot Michaelson and actor James Franco

By Josie Luetke In a You Tube video published on July 25, as part of a series called “Philosophy Time,” featuring actor James Franco and his friend Eliot Michaelson, Princeton University philosophy professor Liz Harman tries to justify

The cynicism of the pro-abortion extremist on full display

By Dave Andrusko Maybe it’s as simple as projection–anti-life militants project their fanaticism onto pro-lifers–but more than likely it’s cynicism on steroids–attempts to marginalize pro-lifers by attributing to them attitudes and behavior that are typically the province