VIRGINIA: The choice is clear! Terry McAuliffe is TOO extreme. Glenn Youngkin will protect our kids. #VoteGlennContinue reading "Terry McAuliffe is TOO extreme for Virginia!"
By Nancy Flanders An emotional video of a father and son meeting their new daughter/sister for the first time after her birth has gone viral and brought millions of viewers to tears. Posted on Instagram by João Prudêncio Neto, the father of the newborn baby girl, and shared by Baby Adorable, the video has now been viewed over …Continue reading "WATCH: Emotional video as father and son meet ‘miracle’ baby girl"
By Sarah Terzo One woman’s story about her struggles after an abortion: “While in recovery I asked why I felt so sad. Would it go away? They told me it was relief from all the pressure that I had been under. They gave me something for pain and I fell asleep, crying. I woke up …Continue reading "Woman tells her struggles following her abortion"
By Kim Hayes Rosa* had a dream. In her dream she saw Jesus and He told her, “You have two months.” The 35-year-old Bogotá, Colombia, resident was shocked by her dream. Rosa pondered it over and over, wondering what it could mean. What was as strange to her as the dream was that Rosa noticed …Continue reading "Expectant mom gets second chance for life with pregnancy help after failed abortion, joins pro-life prayer vigil"
By Dave Andrusko When the company that conduct the Des Moines Register poll signals Joe Biden is in trouble, it really is time to pay attention. Grinnell College and Selzer and Company ‘s numbers almost always are favorable to Democrats. So when President Biden is underwater by -13 point in his job approval (37% approval …Continue reading "Biden’s approval numbers in free fall"
By Dave Andrusko Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen is appealing a preliminary injunction issued by District Judge Michael Moses that halted the implementation of three pro-life laws passed overwhelmingly by the legislature and signed by pro-life Governor Greg Gianforte, the first Republican governor in 16 years. Judge Moses preliminary injunction “stops the laws from taking effect while a lawsuit filed …Continue reading "Montana Attorney General appeals preliminary injunction preventing three pro-life from taking effect"
By Schu Montgomery, Opinion Contributor, Louisville Courier Journal It’s indeed a sad commentary on the state of our institutions when certain members of the medical profession scoff at the sanctity of life and champion abortion. One would hope the maxim “first, do no harm,” would remain the guiding principle of those who enter the healing professions. But …Continue reading "The unborn child is a patient, not a disease, though pro-abortionists couldn’t care less"
Wednesday afternoon the Wisconsin state Senate passed three pro-life bills: A Woman’s Right to Know Act (SB591), the Prenatal Diagnosis Information Act (SB592), and the Shield the Vulnerable Act (SB593). The Wisconsin State Assembly is scheduled to vote on these bills next week. “The passage of these bills though the State Senate is a victory …Continue reading "Wisconsin State Senate Passes Package of Pro-Life Bills"
By Dave Andrusko Federal Judge Douglas Rayes, as expected, denied Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s request to stay his injunction pending appeal of the judge’s decision to put on hold a law that prohibit abortions sought solely because of a genetic abnormality in the baby. Judge Rayes summarily rejected Brnovich’s request to allow the law …Continue reading "As expected, federal judge refuses to stay his injunction while Arizona appeals his decision rejecting a ban on abortion when the sole reason is a diagnosis of genetic abnormality"
In that simple statement lies an undying truth: in a civilized society, we have the obligation to protect the most vulnerable from harm. That is why, in addition to pro-life ministry, we need protective pro-life laws. Laws—and the love behind them—save lives. Read the full article.Continue reading "Love, the heart of the Gospel message, is also the heart of the pro-life movement"
By Michael Cook Editor’s note. This is excerpted from BioEdge and reposted with permission. Health workers have a non-negotiable right to conscientious objection if they are asked to participate in an abortion, Pope Francis told a conference of hospital pharmacists this week. Conscientious objection is actually “fidelity to your profession, if validly motivated,” he said. …Continue reading "Pope Francis insists on right to conscientious objection for abortion refuseniks"
Dear Senator: On Monday, October 19, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer filed cloture on S. 2747, the so-called “Freedom to Vote Act.” The National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), representing state right-to-life organizations nationwide, urges you to oppose S. 2747. This legislation has been carefully crafted to maximize short-term political benefits for the dominant faction …Continue reading "NRLC writes Senate to oppose S. 2747, the so-called “Freedom to Vote Act”"