‘Let’s have the courage to say the right to life must not exclude the most vulnerable among us”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks Tuesday on the Senate floor regarding protecting life: ‘Today, every Senator will be able to take a clear moral stand. We’ll have the chance to proceed to commonsense legislation that would move our nation closer to the international mainstream with respect to defending …

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What kind of Nation are we “if we are one of seven nations that allow abortion on demand?”

“It is 2020, for God’s sake. It is not 1020”—Sen. Lindsey Graham Editor’s note. Yesterday pro-life Republican senators brilliantly made the case to move past a filibuster (‘invoke cloture’) in order to have a real Senate debate over whether it is acceptable to kill unborn babies capable of experiencing excruciating pain as they are annihilated …

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The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act is not about abortion, it is about stopping passive infanticide

Editor’s note. The following remarks were delivered yesterday by Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.). Sen. Sasse is the prime sponsor of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act which secured a majority of votes but not the 60 votes to “invoke cloture”—ending a pro-abortion filibuster. The piece of legislation we are voting on today—the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors …

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The beauty of respecting life—even when circumstances look bleak

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation What drives your commitment to promoting the sanctity of innocent human life? Was there an eye-opening moment when a life-changing incident forced you to come to grips with the tragedy of abortion? For Tracy, a candidate for the Pennsylvania state legislature, the defining moment occurred when …

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What did we learn from the Democrats’ latest debate and Senate Democrats’ opposition to humane, commonsense legislation?

By Dave Andrusko One was a gentlemanly  debate, the other aptly described (to be kind) as a  “food fight.” However, yesterday afternoon’s action in the Senate over two bills and last night’s raucous debate among seven pro-abortion Democrat presidential aspirants spoke volumes about just how out of touch Democrats are with the American public. They …

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‘Let’s All Talk Over Each Other!’ CNN Mocks CBS for Debate Chaos

By Nicholas Fondacaro Arguably, the biggest takeaway from the Democratic debate on Tuesday was that CBS News didn’t know how to moderate. CBS Evening News anchor Norah O’Donnell and This Morning co-host Gayle King had almost no control as the debate would often descend into a cacophony of shrieking candidates. Their incompetence was so blatant that the panel on CNN’s AC360 couldn’t …

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WATCH: Planned Parenthood-linked abortion video shows preborn baby as vague circle

When the video gets around to discussing abortion procedures (in a chipper voice), ‘the fetus’ is depicted as a small circular pink blob that is suctioned from the cartoon uterus. By Anna Reynolds February 25, 2020  — AMAZE, a sex ed organization that works with Planned Parenthood and the United Nations, recently released a deceptive video purporting to …

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South Carolina maternity home prepares to serve its first five teen moms

By Karen Ingle When executive director DeAndra Ketter sliced through a giant red ribbon outside The Place of Healing in Darlington, S.C., on January 30, she and the record-setting crowd were celebrating the fruition of a vision almost over five years in development. Ketter’s new maternity home will soon welcome five expectant mothers between the …

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Training Doctors How to Assist Suicides

By Wesley J. Smith In California, a death doctor named Lonnie Shavelson is trying to start an assisted suicide specialty. From the Medscape story: Organizers of the National Clinicians Conference on Medical Aid in Dying (NCCMAID) did not debate the appropriateness of the practice or focus on policy and ethics but rather sought to train …

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Death is becoming very efficient in Canada

A new bill removes safeguards from the existing euthanasia regime By Nicole Scheidl In September, in a case known as Truchon v Canada, Quebec Superior Court Justice Christine Baudouin declared parts of both the federal and provincial laws on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) unconstitutional. Her judgement struck down the requirement in Canada’s euthanasia laws that death be …

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Choosing Life When Life Is Not an Option

Editor’s note. This is one in a series of Right to Life of Michigan’s “Real Life” stories. When Rachel Sobolic heard about New York and the many states pushing for unlimited abortion access, she knew she had to join the conversation. “Hearing people argue that late-term abortion is necessary for medical reasons—it’s just not true, …

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