Abortion advocate calls for a “radical reconception” so that “It can be a serious act of love to have an abortion”

By Dave Andrusko It’s a common pro-abortion lament/call to action, so let’s begin by filling in the blank. In order to “normalize” abortion, we (meaning  both everyday women and men but especially the entertainment media) must “Shout Your Abortion,” or announce “No Mother’s Day For Me Just Yet. Thank you!” or “See More Parents Having …

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Indiana officer and wife adopt baby surrendered in Safe Haven Baby Box

By Bridget Sielicki An Indiana police officer and his wife have adopted a baby girl rescued through a Safe Haven Baby Box. WNDU reports that Bruce and Shelby Faltynski adopted baby Myah on November 18, National Adoption Day, months after she was found surrendered in the baby box. Safe Haven Baby Box is an organization that installs temperature-controlled, monitored boxes …

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Overwhelming majority of MPs speak against introducing ‘right’ to abortion in UK law

By Right to Life UK A large line-up of Members of Parliament spoke in a debate that was held in Parliament the evening of November 28 against introducing a ‘right’ to abortion into UK law. The three-hour debate took place after a petition seeking to introduce a ‘right’ to abortion in the Bill of Rights …

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‘I felt like a knife had been put into my heart’: Down syndrome woman 

By Michael Cook  The UK Court of Appeal has dismissed a legal challenge brought by a woman with Down syndrome against a provision of the Abortion Act which allows unborn children with a disability to be aborted. Heidi Crowter, a 27-year-old woman who has Down syndrome, joined with Maire Lee-Wilson, whose son Aidan has Down …

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Former international abortion worker appointed as an Executive Director for SPUC 

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children  A former international abortion worker, now pro-life advocate, has been appointed as Executive Director for SPUC. Kevin Duffy spent six years as a director and consultant, responsible for the development of abortion centres in Africa and South Asia with Marie Stopes International (MSI) – now MSI …

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A “safe space for some,” but not for anyone who defends the Dobbs decision

By Dave Andrusko You might think that politely disagreeing with the woke office’s consensus that the Dobbs decision overturning Roe was a disaster would get you stern looks and fewer request to have lunch but nothing more.  Especially when the office is a global law firm which in theory is open to a “diversity of …

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“The unassailable truth to which generations of brave reformers have rallied as they battled against the Culture of Death”: We all have a God-given right to life.

By Dave Andrusko As you might expect, I frequently re-read essays and speeches as well as the Congressional Record. My reading list most assuredly includes speeches delivered at the annual NRL Convention which are often masterful. One example, which I happened to re-read last week, was Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton’s speech at the 2021 Banquet …

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Both CDC and Guttmacher Show Chemical Abortions Way Up in 2020

NRLC Analysis of New Abortion Reports: Part Two By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D., NRL Director of Education & Research Perhaps nothing has altered America’s abortion landscape as much as chemical abortions, changing the public’s image and women’s perceptions of abortion, the way these are performed and delivered, and significantly, their widespread availability. Loosened government regulations …

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