North Carolina Gov. vetoes “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act”

By Dave Andrusko It was universally expected but disappointing nonetheless. Two days after Senate Bill 359 reached his desk, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper today vetoed a bill that would do no more than require the same treatment to an abortion survivor as would be given to any other newborn of a similar age. SB …

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As Easter approaches we remember how Christ welcomed children with a glad and open heart

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Some thoughts the day before Good Friday and three days before Easter… People of many different faiths…and of no faith at all…are attracted to the pro-life movement because it stands for truth that does not change, justice for those who cannot win it for themselves, and …

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Willie Geist Presses Buttigieg: Conservatives ‘Can’t Get Past Your Support of Late-Term Abortion’

By Kristine Marsh Just before the release of the Mueller report Thursday, 2020 Democrat candidate Pete Buttigieg made a stop at MSNBC’s Morning Joe to answer some questions. At one point, co-host Willie Geist actually confronted him on his support for late-term abortions, a position that is so radical most Americans of all stripes don’t …

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Pro-Choice environmentalist wishes for deadly virus

By Sarah Terzo Pro-Choice writer David M Graber writes about how the planet would be better off with fewer people. He says “the right virus” should develop that would kill people. “Human happiness and certainly human fecundity are not as important as a wild and healthy planet… [Nature has] intrinsic value, more value to me …

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Florida House passed parental consent bill, 69-44

By Dave Andrusko Florida moved one step closer Wednesday to replacing its parental notice law with a law that would require parental consent for girls under 18 wishing to abort. By a vote of 69-44, the House approved HB 1335 after three hours of debate. SB 1774, an identical parallel measure, is being considered in …

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German High Court to Rule on Right to Suicide

By Wesley J. Smith It is an unfortunate feature of the contemporary age that many look at suicide as a human right to be enabled (in some cases, for now) rather than a tragedy to be prevented whenever possible. Now, in Germany, that question is about to be decided by the country’s highest court. From …

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NHS advisory body keenly promotes cattle market abortion culture

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) today released draft abortion guidance which encourages services to rush women through the abortion process with little medical supervision. The guidance drawn up by NICE, a public body of the Department of Health, states that it ‘aims …

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Politicians Brought to Tears as Babies Go to European Parliament for the First Time

By Karen Ingle On Tuesday, March 19, members of the European Parliament attended the first-ever “Babies Go to the European Parliament” event, organized by Cătălin Ivan, un-attached Member of the European Parliament (MEP), upon the initiative of Alexandra Nadane, executive director of Romania’s Saint Alexandra the Empress Counselling Center for Parents and Children and president …

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Bill Filed After Abortion Records Destroyed

By Louisiana Right to Life BATON ROUGE – HB 484, authored by Rep. Raymond Crews (R-Bossier), will be considered before the Louisiana House Health and Welfare Committee today. HB 484 extends the responsibility of retaining medical records beyond the abortion physician to the outpatient abortion facility owner. This legislation has been brought by Rep. Crews …

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Wisconsin Right to Life Congratulates WI Supreme Court Justice-elect Brian Hagedorn

By Dave Andrusko It wasn’t until more a week after the final votes were tallied, but last week State Appeals Court Judge Lisa Neubauer conceded she had lost the race for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court to her colleague Brian Hagedorn. “We knew it was going to be close,” Neubauer told the Milwaukee …

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Twelve years ago tomorrow the Supreme Court upheld the historic ban on Partial-Birth Abortion

By Dave Andrusko For four decades National Right to Life has been at the eye of the abortion hurricane, acting as the calm, disciplined center of pro-life politics, education, and legislation. That was never more on display than twelve years ago tomorrow when, on April 18, 2007, the United States Supreme Court upheld the federal …

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