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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Joe Biden’s unbridled abortion extremism

By Dave Andrusko Karl Rove wrote an interesting piece for the Wall Street Journal today under the headline “Democrats Are Making Unforced Errors.” None of the examples he cites directly relate to our issues, but the point he is making is loud, clear, accurate, and wholly applicable to us. Pro-abortion former Vice President Joe Biden …

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MSNBC Scolds Media: Stop Giving Trump ‘Unfair Attention,’ Help Biden!

By Adam Burnett The steadfast media support for the Democratic Party infects every element of their alleged “news” coverage. Tuesday’s MSNBC Live with Craig Melvin provided yet another example of this as the anchor brought on MSNBC contributor (and recent AM Joy fill-in host) Tiffany Cross, who wasted no time ripping into the media for not …

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Oldest woman in the US with Trisomy 18 turns 40; parents told at birth their daughter would live four months

By Texas Right to Life When Megan Hayes was born in 1980, her parents were told they would only have weeks or months with their daughter.  Her mother, Sara, told the local news in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, “When Megan was born, she immediately went to the NICU.  I didn’t get to see her at all until the …

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NEA trashes Trump as it doubles down on support for abortion

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This post ran a year ago today. It discusses in depressing detail not just how the National Education Association has been become an wholly reliable component of the Democrat Party (nothing new there) but how militantly pro-abortion the NEA has become. One of our friends is a member of the …

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Free will, moral agency, and abortion– a bizarre non sequitur

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House, often invokes God and free will when asked about her opposition to any legal limits on abortion. “We are all endowed with a free will and a responsibility to answer for our actions,” she has explained. “And … …

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Barbara Bollier: Abortion Extremist–Part II

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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The promotion of do-it-yourself abortions proves abortion isn’t ‘health care’

By Carole Novielli Health care is meant to save and preserve life. Abortion—the act of intentionally killing a living human being in the womb—goes directly against this, and therefore, is not health care. Since abortion’s legalization, the public has been led to believe that abortion is just another health care decision. They have been repeatedly told …

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Oregon Woman Warns Against Medication Abortion

By  Crystal Kupper, Editor, Life in Oregon  Approximately one-third of abortions in the U.S. are medication [chemical] abortions. In these abortions, mothers first take mifeprex, a hormone blocker, at an abortion business. Around 24 hours later, they take mifepristone at home to induce labor and deliver their dead baby.  A 2019 FDA report linked the …

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Living with end-of-life possibilities: why she opposes legalizing euthanasia in New Zealand

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition New Zealand’s parliament passed a euthanasia bill in November 2019 by a vote of 69 to 51. In order to obtain the necessary votes to the government agreed to a referendum on the bill. New Zealand is now debating the legalization of euthanasia as they approach a …

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