Permission to abort perfectly healthy late term baby is granted by Bombay High Court

By Dave Andrusko I had to read this several times to be sure my eyes were not deceiving me. The Bombay High Court granted permission to a 21 year old woman to abort her 26 week unborn baby “if the baby is not born alive after the procedure.” Nothing in the stories In Medical Dialogues  …

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Swiss pro-life politician introduces new ‘sleep on it’ abortion proposal

By Right to Life UK Two Swiss politicians have launched pro-life initiatives aiming to reach 100,000 signatures before June next year. Bernese representative, Andrea Geissbühler, and Yvette Estermann, a parliamentarian from Lucerne, both launched separate pro-life initiatives last December. Under the Swiss democratic system, if the initiatives gather at least 100,000 signatures, the country will …

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The elephant in the examination room: Women face challenges when talking about abortion loss

 By  Theresa Burke, Ph.D., and Kevin Burke, LSW  Seeing a new medical provider means you get handed the brown clipboard from the receptionist with that tedious multi-page new patient form. Or perhaps you’ve done it online before you arrive. Some questions are quite detailed. Some can make us squirm a bit; weight, smoking, daily wine …

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A depiction of an unborn baby at about 10 weeks gestation

Abortion clinic worker tells of drug addict patient and another basin of bloody remains

By Sarah Terzo Abortion clinic worker Sallie Tisdale: “We do abortions here; that is all we do. There are weary, grim moments when I think I cannot bear another basin of bloody remains, utter another kind phrase of reassurance. So I leave the procedure room in the back and reach for a new chart.  Soon …

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10 million lives lost to abortion to be commemorated in minute of silence across the UK

By Right to Life UK People across the United Kingdom will stop for a minute of silence at 11:41am on Friday, September 23,  2022 to commemorate the ten million lives that have been lost to abortion in England, Wales, and Scotland since the Abortion Act was introduced in 1967.* It is projected that the ten …

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The real face of the Abortion Industry must never be forgotten

By Dave Andrusko Two days after the Jan. 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade decision was handed down, the editorial page of The New York Times — pro-abortion then, even more pro-abortion now — announced that the 7-2 decision “could bring to an end the emotional and divisive public argument” and “will end the argument if those who are now …

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Texas A&M Student Org Promotes Illegal Abortion in ‘How-To’ Workshop

By Peter Pinedo This post was updated on September 21, 2022. An abortion workshop to teach students and employees how to kill preborn children with illegal abortion drugs was hosted by an official student group at Texas A&M University this week. Texas A&M University, one of Texas’ largest state-funded colleges, is home to a pro-abortion …

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Pro-abortion author: Abortion access more important than women’s safety

By Laura Nicole  Abortion supporter and Supreme Court reporter Dahlia Lithwick laments in her new book that freedom and equality have seen better days in America. As the high water mark for these values, she cites Whole Woman’s Health v Hellerstedt, as it “represented the first time in American history that a historic abortion case …

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Words always matter, but never more than when you casually mention you would have aborted your son

By Dave Andrusko I suppose you can categorize cruelty in multiple ways, beginning with the most obvious: deliberate versus the product of being oblivious to any and all cues, any and all consideration to how your behavior will (realistically) be received. Enter an entry at Slate Magazine’s “Dear Prudence” column.  “Dear Prudence is Slate’s advice …

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Rebutting the Flawed Logic of Abortion Advocates: Acorns and Oak trees

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Good writing should illumine truth. That was my goal in writing a recent op-ed on abortion. Its publication elicited a response from a retired professor that unfortunately clouds the issue with flawed logic and a denial of known scientific facts. For the sake of clarity and in pursuit of truth, …

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The childish man who is a party to two abortions

By Dave Andrusko “Narratively” describes itself as “a digital publication and storytelling studio that prides itself on looking beyond the news headlines and clickbait, focusing instead on ordinary people with extraordinary stories.” I dunno, but at least to me, a writer for the New York Times hardly falls into the “ordinary people” category. Be that …

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