We know about wanted abortions. What about the unwanted ones?

By Michael Cook Past controversies over the Golden Globes have revolved around boycotts, or the sobriety of the presenter, or offensive jokes. This year Michelle Williams, who won an award for best actress, set Twitter alight with her acceptance speech about abortion. She declared that she couldn’t have had a successful career unless she had …

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Coalition of state pro-life groups and legislators introduce “Value Them Both” Constitutional Amendment

On Thursday, a coalition of pro-life organizations that includes the Family Policy Alliance of Kansas, the Kansas Catholic Conference (KCC), Concerned Women for America of Kansas (CWA), and Kansans for Life (KFL), along with several state legislators, introduced “Value Them Both,”, an amendment to the Kansas Constitution that safeguards both women and babies from what …

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50 Years of Louisiana Right to Life…

By Benjamin Clapper, Executive Director, Louisiana Right to Life This weekend we will celebrate our 50th Anniversary as an organization at our sold-out Gala. We are looking forward to an wonderful evening! In 1970, Bob Winn, a young New Orleans attorney, was invited to attend the second national gathering of pro-life leaders at Macalester College …

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“Born-Alive” Bill continues to WV Senate after overwhelming House Passage

By Mary Anne Buchanan Wednesday, January 15, marked a huge victory for the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (HB 4007) as it passed in the House of Delegates with bipartisan support. The final tally was 93-5 as the lights lit up on the West Virginia House chamber voting board. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act …

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Pro-life Congressmen commemorate upcoming 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Editor’s note. On Wednesday pro-life Republican Members of the House devoted an entire hour to speeches commemorating next week’s 47th anniversary of the deadly Roe v. Wade decision. We will repost them all, beginning with the introductory remarks delivered by Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) Thank you very much Mr. Speaker. Next week, tens of thousands …

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Mother of child with Down syndrome speaks out

By Sarah Terzo When tests reveal that preborn babies have Down syndrome, the majority of women decide to abort. Here are the reflections of one woman who has a child with Down syndrome: Whenever I am out with Margaret, I’m conscious that she represents a group whose ranks are shrinking because of the wide availability …

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‘Abortion Is Normal’: Media Praise ‘Emergency’ Pro-Abort Art Exhibit

By Gabriel Hays … In this dire time for progressives, a disgusting pro-abortion art installation must give them comfort. The Guardian and Bloomberg News praised the latest abomination in modern art as a necessary balm to the country’s anti-abortion “stigma” and a great way to “raise funds” for the child-killing procedure. The Guardian described “Abortion …

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Birmingham Pharmacist Forced Girls to Take Abortion Drugs to Hide His Abuse for 20 Years

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Michael Oluronbi, a pharmacist and preacher, sexually abused children in Birmingham and forced them to take abortion drugs in order to cover up his abuse. Alithea Williams, SPUC Campaign Assistant said: “Abortion is used by abusers to cover up the evidence of their crimes. It is …

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The Pro-life Counter-Witness to Roe v. Wade

By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. Editor’s note. We are exactly one week away from the 47th anniversary of the hideous Roe v. Wade decision. For the past three weeks, we have posted stories previously written about the commemoration. The following appeared in 2014. Charles J. Chaput is the Archbishop of Philadelphia, and (as …

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Teens are not reproductive health experts

By Petra Ms. Magazine released a story hailing the Advocates for Youth’s Abortion Out Loud campaign, a re-branding and re-launch of its 1 in 3 Campaign. Advocates for Youth is a pro-abortion, pro-contraception advocacy organization. The group’s 1 in 3 campaign, as its previous subtitle, “OUR Abortions, OUR Stories, OUR Lives,” indicates, promoted abortion. Advocates …

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Media Parrot Study Finding Women Don’t Regret Abortion; Ignore Flaws

By Katie Yoder Many in the media are asserting that a new study proves women don’t regret abortion ever – but “ever” only means the following five years. A study published in Social Science & Medicine on January 12 found that by five years after an abortion, “the large majority of women (84%) had either …

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Planned Parenthood’s recent annual report shows big increase in abortion and taxpayer funding

By Texas Right to Life Early this year, Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business, released their latest annual report, covering 2018-2019. Sadly, the story is the same as in previous years. The report shows an increase in the number of abortions committed at Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country, and an increase in taxpayer …

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