ACLU files suit to eliminate FDA restrictions on abortion-inducing drugs intended to protect women

By Dave Andrusko On the never-allow-a-crisis-to-go-to-waste front, the ACLU has filed a new suit challenging the protections the FDA has maintained for the use of chemical (“medication”) abortions. The same people who never tire of criticizing pro-lifers for “exploiting” the COVID-19 pandemic are unceasingly attempting to obliterate the guardrails the FDA has installed to protect …

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“Abortioneer” talks about stigma of working in an abortion clinic

By Sarah Terzo An abortion clinic worker describes the stigma of working in the abortion industry. She uses a pen name on her blog, The Abortioneers. She is only one of several writers on that blog. She explains that abortion is still a taboo subject. This stigma against abortion providers is one reason why there …

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Home abortions “temporary”? Not if abortion providers have anything to do with it

By Alithea Williams, SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Ever since the horrific [British] Government u-turn to allow women to self-administer ‘medical’ (or chemical abortions)  at home with no medical supervision, politicians of every stripe have defended the move by insisting that it is only temporary.  Among the many letters I have seen …

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NARAL’s Kate Michelman speaks out against “antichoice propaganda”

By Sarah Terzo An interview with Kate Michelman, then president of the National Abortion Rights Action League (Now called NARAL Pro-Choice): Q: What is your objection to requiring that women understand fetal development of the unborn child in order to make an informed decision regarding abortion? A: The sole purpose behind anti-choice propaganda laws is to use …

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Appalling: Google Aids Abortion Profiteers

By Jor-El Godsey, President of Heartbeat International Editor’s note. Today’s repost of an article that ran one year ago is a reminder of the disturbing pro-abortion tilt of tech giants which has only grown worse. Tech giant Google has decided to aid the sales of abortion profiteers. In an announcement, the multi-billion dollar advertising retailer …

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SPUC’s worst fears about “Do It Yourself” abortion realized

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Police are investigating after an unborn baby died when its mother took abortion drugs at home while 28 weeks pregnant. The drugs were mailed under a new lax “home abortion” scheme set up in response to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. According to a report by The Sun, …

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The abortion “language war” and the unyielding perseverance of pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Today’s repost of a story that appeared in NRL News Today exactly one year ago reminds us that pro-abortion publications occasionally stumble across the truth and that passing pro-life laws and thwarting pro-abortion initiatives require elected officials who understand unborn babies are human beings deserving of protection. I’d like to …

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Starz Drama: Sisters Bond Over Taking Abortion Pill, Not Telling Their Men

By Karen Townsend  The May 25 episode of Vida titled “Episode 21” drives home the point of how cavalier and apathetic some pro-abortion women can be when it comes to terminating their unborn children. This episode on Starz even shows the two leading characters, sisters, bonding over the pills used to perform the abortion. Older …

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Pushing the envelope or pushing the coat hanger?

By Donna J. Harrison M.D., Executive Director, American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) When we think of someone who sells drugs to a buyer, knowing that drug will result in an ER visit for nearly one out of 20 buyers and surgery for almost that many, we generally think of illegal drug dealers. …

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What could make a mother more supportive of “later abortions”?

Counterintuitively, that her own preemie survives (and thrives)! By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Today’s look back at the background for a story that ran a year ago astounds me to this day. Coming from a perspective that enshrines  “choice,” if there is any sure thing, it is that no matter what the outcome, the decision …

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