Here’s abortionist Willie Parker’s incoherent argument against human equality

By Paul Stark, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life “Abortion kills a human being,” said Willie Parker, who has killed some 20,000 human beings, in a debate last month about the ethics of abortion. Parker is a prominent abortion practitioner and author of Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice. “Women don’t give birth to puppies,” …

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A new pro-death litany: Pro-choice, Pro-abortion, Pro-healthy child

By Dave Andrusko I wrote this nearly two years ago. I never underestimate the speed with which pro-abortionist descend into insanity but to be honest when I wrote this in May 2017, I thought they were bottoming out. I could not possibly have been more wrong. As pro-abortionists (see Democratic Party) embrace a position that …

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Abortion clinic director on why women pay in advance

By Sarah Terzo Laura Moody, director of abortion clinic Hope Clinic, on why they have women pay in advance: “It’s the nature of the business. Unlike a family doctor, we don’t have a long-term relationship with the patient. They may have used an assumed name or a wrong address or phone number.” They do not …

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Paper on D&E abortions describes “fetus” having skull crushed, extracted in small pieces

By Sarah Terzo In a paper on the D&E abortion method, which at the time was new, an abortionist wrote: “The fetus was extracted in small pieces to minimize cervical trauma. The fetal head was often the most difficult object to crush and remove, because of its size and contour. The operator kept track of …

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The “smell of death,” the shock of recognition, and the legacy of William Wilberforce

By Dave Andrusko “God sometimes does His work with gentle drizzle, not storms. Drip. Drip. Drip.” — John Newton, from the film, “Amazing Grace.” Newton, at one time a slave trader, penned that great hymn following his conversion. William Wilberforce was born in 1759 in Yorkshire, England. Unfortunately, Wilberforce is not known today nearly as …

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Ignoring Euphemisms for Late-Term Abortions

By Right to Life of Michigan News Gone are the days of “safe, legal and rare.” Lately, we see abortion supporters firmly embracing abortion-on-demand publicly. Pro-abortion legislators are looking to protect Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton by codifying abortion through all nine months of pregnancy in state law. Governor Ralph Northam of Virginia …

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“How come you didn’t love me enough?” post-aborted woman imagines her aborted child asking

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. I spend more time on the Internet than I care to admit. But the beauty of the “Web” is that stories circulate pretty much indefinitely. Periodically people see posts that you’ve written before, sometimes a long time ago. When they take the time to write to express their gratitude, it’s …

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The mind of the abortion absolutist on full display

By Dave Andrusko The first time you watch pro-abortion Va. State Del. Kathy Tran matter of factly acknowledge that her (now defeated) “Repeal Act” would allow abortion “through the third trimester, the third trimester goes all the way up to 40 weeks,” you’re left dumbfounded. You say to yourself, “I couldn’t really have heard this. …

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“On the way to the clinic, I begged my boyfriend to let me keep it”

By Sarah Terzo A post-abortion woman named “Leena” tells the following story: “I’m now 21 years old, and I had my abortion 2 months ago… I was about six weeks pregnant. It was, and has been, the hardest thing I’ve ever gone through in my life. I didn’t want to do it… I just felt …

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A missed opportunity to protect the most vulnerable among us

By Dave Andrusko Kudos to Sen. Ben Sasse, sponsor of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, and Meghan McCain, a co-host of “The View,” for a terrific op-ed that appeared in the Wall Street Journal. Pro-abortion Democrats, of course, would insist the headline goes too far. But “America’s Extremist Abortion Industry; Why the party of …

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Children at pro-abortion march wear “I’m a choice” pins

By Sarah Terzo Sarah Weddington wrote about the people she saw at The March for Women’s Lives, a pro-abortion march in Washington DC: “I remember various images from that day… A man in a big cowboy hat carrying a sign that read: “Cowboys for Choice”; a number of older women identifying themselves as “Menopausal Women …

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