As cute as it gets: Singer lovingly documents wife’s two pregnancies in time-lapse video

By Dave Andrusko I first watched “From Bump to Buzz” a while back and I’ve made it a habit to periodically view the time-lapse video again and again. It’s a delightful 3 minute, 9 second video released online by Tom Fletcher, the lead singer of the British band McFly that documented, virtually every day, the …

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Kansas governor backs abortion as ‘essential health care’ during pandemic

State legislators arguing for the shuttering of abortion facilities in Kansas insist that these locations are disease vectors. By Dorothy Cummings McLean TOPEKA, Kansas, April 3, 2020 ― The governor of Kansas is determined that abortion businesses will remain open during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. “I think the women’s reproductive [sic] centers are considered a …

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Sixth Circuit denies Ohio AG’s appeal, allow abortion clinics to continue surgical abortions

COLUMBUS, Ohio—The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today declined Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost’s appeal to reverse a Temporary Restraining Order issued by Judge Michael Barrett. Judge Barrett’s TRO allowed abortion facilities in Ohio to continue performing surgical abortions despite an order by the Ohio Department of Health that all non-essential surgical procedures cease …

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Facing the pressures and fears of being unexpectedly pregnant later in life

By Dave Andrusko I shared a number of tweets this weekend with my pastor. He is, like all of us, under tremendous strain. It is one thing (as he should have) to conduct Sunday services via Facebook. It’s another to do so during Lent—especially Palm Sunday and, again, next week on Easter. The next time …

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Trisomy 18 Baby who had to fight for heart surgery now One Year Old

By Texas Right to Life Last week, Chantel Gatica-Haynes posted about her daughter Sierra’s story.  Sierra was born with Trisomy 18 and a congenital heart defect.  “Every decision for Sierra has been made with the goal of improving her quality of life,” Gatica-Haynes said.  “When she was born, I was ready to let her go, …

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The familiar pro-abortion blame game. Attribute their behavior and attitudes to pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko Imagine if Carol Tobias were given the opportunity to write a column for NBC News. What would the odds be that she would not be identified as the President of National Right to Life? There are no odds, because there is zero chance her position as the leader of the largest single-issue …

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Still No Ethics: CNN Uses Guest 44x for 150 Mins, But 10 Secs Citing Her Planned Parenthood Past

By Curtis Houck  Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, CNN has shown perhaps the strongest inability to shy away from framing the pandemic through the lens of attacking President Trump and implicitly placing blame at his feet for the deaths of Americans. Another tic has been their continued refusal to be honest with viewers about how frequent guest …

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A crisis pregnancy that ended well brings joy to a world thirsting for good news

One woman’s valiant decision to protect her child from the culture of despair can bring hope to countless others. By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The unexpected announcement came on a day that had been filled with dire developments flooding social media news streams. This particular news bulletin came across the electronic transom …

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Alabama asks federal appeals court to end TRO which prevents state from conserving essential medical services and procedures

By Dave Andrusko Bloomberg Law reported today that the state of Alabama has responded to the temporary restraining ordered issued by Judge Myron H. Thompson that blocked enforcement of the state’s decision to close many nonessential businesses, including the performance of elective abortions. As we reported Wednesday, Judge Thompson, a reliable ally for the abortion …

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