While abortion is legal, vast number of physicians refused to perform them

By Dave Andrusko When Mexico passed its law decriminalizing abortion,  it took the country by surprise. What also caught the secular press by surprise is that other nation  that as had legalized abortions were having difficult finding doctors willing to perform them. Nicholas  Casey of the New York Times took the opportunity to see how …

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Woman who has abortion becomes hysterical when she sees her aborted baby

By Sarah Terzo A British woman who had a late-term abortion describes what happened: 15 years ago, when I was 17, I had to have a late-term abortion at 21 weeks… I had been taking the pill throughout my relationship with my boyfriend, and when I missed a period, I went straight to my doctor …

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Federal judge refuses to move up hearing on Texas’s Heartbeat Law

By Dave Andrusko On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman of the Western District of Texas denied the federal government’s request that an Oct. 1 hearing on its motion for a temporary restraining order against the Texas Heartbeat law should be moved up to Sept. 21. Judge Pittman’s decision “keeps the law in effect and …

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National Right to Life: Terry McAuliffe is Too Extreme for Virginia

RICHMOND — National Right to Life, the nation’s largest pro-life group with affiliates in all 50 states and over 3,000 local chapters nationwide, is sharply criticizing the extreme pro-abortion position of Terry McAuliffe in the Virginia Governor’s race. “Terry McAuliffe supports an extreme pro-abortion agenda, including abortion for any reason through all nine months of …

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The emotional turmoil following an abortion

By Sarah Terzo “I am an atheist and a rationalist…Abortion is a traumatic life event; that is, it involves loss, it involves grief, it involves difficulties. And the trauma may, in fact, predispose people to having mental illness.” Prof. David M. Fergusson, Christchurch Health and Development Study, commenting on research he directed, interviewed on Australian …

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In no uncertain terms, Pope Francis tells reporters abortion is murder

By Dave Andrusko While avoiding directly commenting on whether communion can be denied to politicians, such as President Joe Biden, who support abortion, Pope Francis on Wednesday once again denounced abortion as murder. The pontiff made his straightforward condemnation while engaging in a wide ranging discussion with journalists onboard an Alitalia aircraft enroute from Bratislava back …

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University of Pittsburgh hires firm to analyze its research using aborted babies

By Samantha Kamman  The University of Pittsburgh has hired Washington, D.C., law firm Hyman, Phelps & McNamara to conduct an independent review of its research involving the bodies of aborted children. After the firm conducts its review, it will reportedly present its findings to the University’s senior leadership. Explaining the reason for its actions, the …

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Why abortion is qualitatively and quantitative different than all other issues eloquently explained

 By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Although geared to the 2020 elections, this post is an absolutely timeless explanation of why abortion is different than all other issues. A big thank you to the experts at National Right to Life whose contributions to “Debunking the recycled myth that the election of pro-abortion Democrat Presidents saves unborn …

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Biden’s Justice Department files emergency motion to block Texas Heartbeat Law

By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday, the Biden Department of Justice ratcheted up its campaign to blunt enforcement of Texas’s Heartbeat law. Last week, the Justice Department filed a lawsuit against SB 8, arguing the law, which was passed in May and went into effect September 1, is “in open defiance of the Constitution.”  Late yesterday …

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15 important facts about unborn babies at 15 weeks

By Dave Andrusko While we have written extensively about the Texas Heartbeat Law, National Right to Life has also reminded readers that the Supreme Court has already agreed to review Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act. At issue in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is a 2018 law that prohibits abortion after the 15th week with …

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Unfunny: WashPost Loves ‘Unpregnant,’ the ‘Zany’ Abortion Comedy

By Sergie Daez Editor’s note. This repost of an article that appeared a year ago is a reminder that no matter how awful a pro-abortion propaganda piece is, the major media will do cartwheels. Abortion is a humorous subject, according to Rachel Lee Goldenberg’s film, Unpregnant, and you can practically hear the guffaws from the Washington Post newsroom. …

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