2/3rd of Americans want ‘voters and their elected representatives’ to ‘decide the laws governing abortion,’ new poll says

By Dave Andrusko A bevy of good news for pro-lifers. Let’s get right to it. The Trafalgar group has done some truly excellent work. FiveThirtyEight gives it an A-.  The Trafalgar group poll, released today, shows a strong pro-life  result: 38% responded that abortion should be illegal except in the case of the life of …

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PA Republican Senate primary too close to call, likely to go to recount

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The eyes of the nation have turned to Pennsylvania and the rollercoaster ride of a race for U.S. Senate. As of this writing, the Republican primary contest is too close to call and an automatic recount is expected. Television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz and businessman Dave …

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Largely euphemism-free, story bluntly writes about “other options” if Roe is overturned

By Dave Andrusko When discussing chemically-induced abortions, ordinarily pro-abortionist bask in euphemisms—“medication abortion” and “procedural abortion” (instead of surgical abortions)–and assurances that the two drug abortion technique is no more painful that a “heavy period.” But not for Kara Grant’s and Saundra Young’s article written for WebMD Health News titled “If Abortion Becomes Banned, Women …

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A thought-provoking counter-cultural option 

A French order of nuns for women with Down syndrome  By Chiara Bertoglio  If you seek a quintessentially counter-cultural story, then that of Sister Marie-Ange is definitely it. It is told in a recent book, issued in French with the title of Choisie pour l’étérnité! (“Chosen for Eternity”, by Raphaëlle Simon, published by Artège). Indeed, …

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Unborn children aren’t constructed—they develop

By Paul Stark, Communications Director, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life In one Seinfeld episode, the character of Kramer argues with a restaurant owner, Poppie, about when a pizza becomes a pizza. “It’s not a pizza ’til it comes out of the oven,” exclaims Kramer.  “It’s a pizza the moment you put your fists in the …

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Michigan Judge gives Planned Parenthood a preliminary victory by suspending enforcement of Pre-Roe Abortion Ban

By Dave Andrusko In a decision handed down Tuesday, Elizabeth Gleicher, the chief judge on Michigan’s Court of Claims, held that abortion is a fundamental right under the state’s constitution. In granting a preliminary injunction, Gleicher, gave a “preliminary victory to Planned Parenthood of Michigan that would stop the revival of Michigan’s 1931 abortion ban …

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California lawmaker: Women need to be able to kill preborn babies because of inflation

By Bridget Sielicki  A California lawmaker claims women need abortion to control their family size because inflation and rising expenses have made it difficult for mothers to feed their families. In a conversation with MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell, Representative Katie Porter explained that she thinks the Supreme Court’s probable overturn of Roe v. Wade will …

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It’s not something we do. It’s something we are” – A 4-generation legacy of life and pregnancy help 

By Patty Knap  “It’s not something we do,” Brandon Monahan said. “It’s something we are.”     Monahan is the proud grandson of the late Virginia Evers, creator of the famous Precious Feet pin, and the late Ellis Evers. He is the CEO of Heritage House ’76, the venerable resource for pro-life materials, founded by his grandparents. …

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Dr. Husel Acquitted in 14 alleged overdose deaths in Ohio – What Happened? 

By Sara Buscher Editor’s note. Sara Buscher is a lawyer and Chair, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition USA. On April 20, 2022 an Ohio jury acquitted former doctor William Husel of intentionally murdering 14 patients with extremely large and lethal doses of Fentanyl. Some claim his acquittal means doctors are free to deliberately overdose patients to hasten …

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Commentary on “Why I Decided against Late-Term Abortion” by Eve Cohen

By Sarah Terzo Christina Dunigan wrote about a 2009 article entitled “Why I Decided Against a Late-Term Abortion,” by Alice Eve Cohen. Unfortunately, Cohen’s article is no longer on the site. However, I think Dunigan’s post is valuable and I’m going to reproduce it with her permission. Cohen didn’t think she could get pregnant. Doctors had told …

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This bill invalidates any and all State laws that protect not just the unborn child but the health and wellbeing of the mom

This bill [the Women’s Health Protection Act] is the most egregious, the most horrific attack on the lives of unborn children and the health of moms in American history. Read the whole story.

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