The Critical Role of Down Syndrome in opening the door to Legalized Abortion

By Leticia Velasquez, Co-founder of KIDS (Keep Infants with Down Syndrome) Editor’s note. Yesterday was World Down Syndrome Day. When abortion was unthinkable in the fifties, abortion activists had to find a chink in the armor of society’s love for the unborn child to justify abortion. They had to find the original hard case. They …

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A Mid-March Update on State Legislation

By Ingrid Duran, Director of State Legislation, National Right to Life Committee It seems like this legislative session has already lasted an eternity and yet we are only mid-March. While I typically like to report all of the strides that pro-life lawmakers are making everywhere, I want to start on a somber note and then …

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Here’s abortionist Willie Parker’s incoherent argument against human equality

By Paul Stark, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life “Abortion kills a human being,” said Willie Parker, who has killed some 20,000 human beings, in a debate last month about the ethics of abortion. Parker is a prominent abortion practitioner and author of Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice. “Women don’t give birth to puppies,” …

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Something in the Water: Three Sets of Twins Light Up Michigan Ultrasound Machine

By Gayle Irwin Is there something in the water? Located along Michigan’s Lake Huron, Blue Water Pregnancy Care Center has experienced an astounding number of twin pregnancies just two months into the new year. In 2018, Jennifer MacDonald, Blue Water’s executive director, says the center saw a total of four sets of twins. By mid-February—or …

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Bozell & Graham: Here Comes a Cakewalk for Democrats

By Brent Bozell and Tim Graham Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Newsbusters and is reposted with permission. At this point in Donald Trump’s presidency we’ve become almost numb to the daily panic and screeching that defines his press coverage. Some can’t take it anymore. They shouldn’t show CNN at airports for …

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Hold Democrats accountable for supporting abortion without limits until birth and beyond

By Karen Cross Sadly, pro-abortion Democrats have become so brazen on abortion – so zealous – that they no longer hide behind the old euphemism of supporting abortion only in “rare” instances. They finally admit what we’ve known all along – they support abortion without limits until birth. But wait! There’s more! Pro-abortion Democrats are …

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Study finds 48% of postabortion women were coerced

By Sarah Terzo Jessica Stanton writes about a study on how postabortion women were coerced into abortions: “In a study conducted by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, Dr. Ian Gentles, and Dr. Elizabeth Ring–Cassidy published in 2013 in ‘Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women’, the authors asked 101 women to share their abortion stories. When they were asked …

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A new pro-death litany: Pro-choice, Pro-abortion, Pro-healthy child

By Dave Andrusko I wrote this nearly two years ago. I never underestimate the speed with which pro-abortionist descend into insanity but to be honest when I wrote this in May 2017, I thought they were bottoming out. I could not possibly have been more wrong. As pro-abortionists (see Democratic Party) embrace a position that …

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World Down Syndrome Day: what makes a person happy and fulfilled?

By Erin Mersino Editor’s note. Friday is World Down Syndrome Day which is intended to “create a single global voice for advocating for the rights, inclusion and well being of people with Down syndrome.” “Wow! That baby is tiny! How old is he?” “Almost two months old.” I reply. “That’s weird. He’s so small.” “Well, …

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Pro-life S.D. Gov. Noem signs far-ranging package of pro-life bills

By Dave Andrusko It was a red letter day in South Dakota Wednesday when pro-life governor Kristi Noem approved a package of bills to strengthen the rights of unborn children in the Mount Rushmore State. The panoply of laws ranges from “cracking down” on abortion providers” to offering women a chance to see a sonogram …

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The NYT laments flurry of pro-life legislation in quasi-incoherent editorial

By Dave Andrusko The media flagship of the Abortion Movement—the New York Times—offered an intriguing editorial Thursday’s newspaper worth thinking about. The headline reads, “What Happens When Lawmakers Run Out of Abortion Restrictions to Pass.” As you would expect, the editorial is wrong on many specifics and quasi-hysterical on others. But it offers some interesting …

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Babies make an impact long before they’re born

By Tamara El-Rahi A few weeks before I knew I was pregnant, something felt different. I avoided soft cheese when offered, just in case. And I continued to wonder whether maybe, just maybe, there might be a special little life growing inside of me. When I did take the at-home pregnancy test, my husband and …

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