Fox News’ Doocy EXPLODES After KJP Ducks His Abortion Question: ‘You Did NOT Answer My Question!’

By Curtis Houck  Editor’s note. This is excerpted from Newsbusters and is reposted with permission. Friday’s White House press briefing sent viewers into the weekend with a bang as Fox’s Peter Doocy showed a rare moment of anger as White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre blatantly and repeatedly refused to answer his question as to …

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43 days until the mid-term elections, encouraging news from the latest surveys

By Dave Andrusko With just 43 days to go until the mid-term elections, attention is really picking up. Currently, the Senate is evenly divided 50-50 with pro-abortion Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tie-breaking vote, and the Democrats hold a slim 221-212 majority in the House of Representatives. Over the weekend, the Washington Post/ABC survey …

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Judge reinstates Arizona law which banned most abortions

By Dave Andrusko On Friday, a day before a law banned abortion after the 15th week was to take effect, Pima County Superior Court Judge Kellie Johnson lifted the injunction that had prevented the state from enforcing a  1901 law that outlawed most abortions.  When the Supreme Court handed down its Roe v. Wade decision …

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The unborn child: The ultimate “least among us” 

By Dave Andrusko As I do virtually every day, I texted my children this morning. Nothing unusual in that. What was unusual was that one responded quickly. As it happens, her brief remarks reminded me of a pro-life Keynote speech I once attended. The remarks were terrific, from beginning to end, but I most remember …

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Permission to abort perfectly healthy late term baby is granted by Bombay High Court

By Dave Andrusko I had to read this several times to be sure my eyes were not deceiving me. The Bombay High Court granted permission to a 21 year old woman to abort her 26 week unborn baby “if the baby is not born alive after the procedure.” Nothing in the stories In Medical Dialogues  …

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Pro-life Volunteer Shot During Door-to-Door Activities in Michigan

Lake Odessa, MI — On Tuesday, September 20, one of our local volunteers from Lake Odessa was shot while going door-to-door in her community to have conversations about Proposal 3. The 84-year-old victim said that she was shot in the back/shoulder while leaving a residence during a heated conversation, and that the man who shot …

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Indiana AG asks State Supreme Court to take up ACLU challenge to Senate Bill 1, bypassing Court of Appeals

“The urgency of this matter cannot be overstated.” By Dave Andrusko Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is requesting the state Supreme Court to accept jurisdiction in the ACLU’s challenge to Senate Bill 1, Indiana’s new comprehensive abortion law, rather than the case first going before the Court of Appeals of Indiana. Judge Kelsey Blake Hanlon …

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Swiss pro-life politician introduces new ‘sleep on it’ abortion proposal

By Right to Life UK Two Swiss politicians have launched pro-life initiatives aiming to reach 100,000 signatures before June next year. Bernese representative, Andrea Geissbühler, and Yvette Estermann, a parliamentarian from Lucerne, both launched separate pro-life initiatives last December. Under the Swiss democratic system, if the initiatives gather at least 100,000 signatures, the country will …

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The elephant in the examination room: Women face challenges when talking about abortion loss

 By  Theresa Burke, Ph.D., and Kevin Burke, LSW  Seeing a new medical provider means you get handed the brown clipboard from the receptionist with that tedious multi-page new patient form. Or perhaps you’ve done it online before you arrive. Some questions are quite detailed. Some can make us squirm a bit; weight, smoking, daily wine …

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