Another staff meltdown at a Planned Parenthood affiliate

By Dave Andrusko On June 23, when we wrote about the canning of the CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater New York, PPFA’s largest affiliate, the lengthy list of angry particulars included abusive behavior, racism, and financial mismanagement. Tucked away was what might have been the coup de grace for CEO Laura McQuade: the comments …

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Judge upholds Indiana law requiring abortion clinic inspections

By Dave Andrusko In a decision rendered Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Young upheld a part of a 2018 Indiana law requiring that abortion clinics be inspected on an annual basis but struck down another requirement that abortionists report complications resulting from abortions. The grotesque hoarding of the bodies of over 2,400 unborn babies …

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Noted abortion researcher admits pro-life laws stop abortions

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. This appeared a year ago today. Dr. O’Bannon captures in great detail an admission pro-abortionists are loath to concede: pro-life laws affect behavior—for the better! For years, whenever pro-life legislation was discussed or passed, advocates of abortion told us it was a …

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National Council on Disability Decries Michael Hickson’s “unnecessary” Death

By Wesley J. Smith Michael Hickson died after being refused potential curative treatment for COVID and being shuttled to hospice instead because — as a quadriplegic and cognitively disabled man — his doctor said he had an insufficient “quality of life” to save him, and that such care would not ameliorate his underlying disabilities. Here …

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Disability rights activist speaks out against aborting babies with disabilities

By Sarah Terzo Disabled woman and activist Marsha Saxton: The message at the heart of widespread selective abortion on the basis of prenatal diagnosis is the greatest insult: some of us are “too flawed” in our very DNA to exist; we are unworthy of being born… Fighting for this issue, our right and worthiness to …

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“Reckless” UK abortion giants caught posting DIY home abortion pills without checking if pregnancies are within 10-week limit

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Marie Stopes UK and the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) are sending abortions pills in the post without making the necessary checks on the women who requested them, an investigation commissioned by Christian Concern has found. This neglect of basic procedure includes the failure to abide …

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Ohio abortion facility closes permanently, had been running since Roe v. Wade

Founder’s Women’s Health Center in Columbus, Ohio had a checkered past. By Cassy Fiano-Chesser July 10, 2020 — Two years ago, Founder’s Women’s Health Center in Columbus, Ohio, closed its doors. That, however, turned out to be just temporary, with the abortion facility shutting down only to handle maintenance and management issues. Now, however, Greater …

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Barbara Bollier: Abortion Extremist: Part III

By Kansans for Life Barbara Bollier is the front-running Democratic candidate for the open U.S. Senate seat currently held by long-time pro-life Senator Pat Roberts. Bollier, an anesthesiologist who has been retired longer than she ever practiced medicine, accumulated an extreme pro-abortion voting record from her combined 11 years in the Kansas House and Senate. …

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Some thoughts one day after a big victory for religious freedom and freedom of conscience

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday NRL News Today wrote a lengthy analysis of the victory for religious freedom and the right of conscience the Supreme Court delivered in a 7-2 decision. The justices concluded that the Little Sisters of the Poor are not bound by a mandate, issued by HHS under a provision of ObamaCare, that …

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Fighting back against doctors’ pressure to “reduce” (selectively abort) quadruplets

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Once, while scrolling through my emails, I came upon a fascinating find. It was a message from a man named Michael.  Michael came to his pro-life convictions naturally. You see, he is a quadruplet. I will let Michael take up the story from there: “When my …

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