Abortion is the opposite of love

By Paul Stark, Communications Director, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life In his book A Defense of Abortion, David Boonin describes photographs on his desk depicting his son, Eli, at different stages of life. “Through all of the remarkable changes that these pictures preserve,” Boonin writes, “he remains unmistakably the same little boy.” Boonin continues: In …

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Media fails to show that limiting early abortion leads to more late abortions

By Bettina di Fiore ABC News recently published an article by an Associated Press reporter entitled, “Limits on early abortion drive more women to get them later.” The article, however, falls woefully short of making its case, and even undermines its own thesis. The article contains several personal anecdotes: Christina Taylor, who had a late …

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Shouting, Protests, and Pain, Roe’s legacy of Trauma

By Olivia Gans Turner, Director, American Victims of Abortion “Being Traumatized means continuing to organize your life as if the trauma were still going on–unchanged and immutable–as every new encounter or event is contaminated by the past.” Bessel Van Der Kolk, The Body Keeps Score Trauma, noun 1.a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. “a personal …

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In for one abortion, why not two abortions in three months?

By Dave Andrusko One of many things I’ve learned over the years in reading the accounts of “people” (aka women) justifying their abortions is that they loathe the very suggestion that they need any reason, let alone a justification, to do what they want with the unborn children they typically have created out of carelessness. …

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CNS News Shows 74% of Mississippi Abortions Target Black Babies

By Curtis Houck  CNS News editor-in-chief Terry Jeffrey published an in-depth story Tuesday for our sister site that new data revealed abortions in Mississippi — the state at the center of the abortion case before the Supreme Court — skewed heavily toward Black women the tune of 74 percent of all abortions. Shifting through the …

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Novelist Pearl S. Buck speaks about life, death, and abortion

By Sarah Terzo “…I fear the power of choice over life or death at human hands. I see no human being whom I could ever trust with such power–not myself, not any other. Human wisdom, human integrity are not great enough. Since the fetus is a creature already alive and in the process of development, …

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Did legalizing abortion in Ethiopia lead to fewer deaths?

By Michael Cook In 2005 Ethiopia legalized abortion in the hope of reducing maternal mortality. Its law was quite liberal – more or less like abortion legislation in the United Kingdom. It was effectively abortion on demand. What was the outcome? Did maternal morbidity and mortality decrease? A study in the Ethiopian Medical Journal by …

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Woman faces few penalties despite colluding to abort another woman’s child using pills

By Sarah Terzo A British woman who lied about being pregnant to obtain the abortion pill with the intention of aborting her lover’s pregnant live-in girlfriend’s child will not face jail time, according to an article in the Derby Telegraph. Georgia Day called the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, a chain of abortion facilities, claiming to …

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Women-led group reveals no evidence of harassment or intimidation outside a number of Scotland abortion providers

By Right to Life UK A campaign, launched to oppose the introduction of censorship zones outside hospitals proving abortions in Scotland, has released data from Police Scotland that shows that there is no evidence of harassment or intimidation at thirteen different locations performing abortions between 2016 and 2021. While the Scottish Government, led by Nicola …

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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 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 comment on two abortion-related …

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The many ways abortion providers deceive women: The reversal of chemical abortion 

By Christa Brown  Editor’s note: The following is an edited version of the seventh in a series of articles for pregnancy help organizations outlining techniques that abortion facility staff have used to deceive women seeking information to make a pregnancy decision. Heartbeat International manages the Abortion Pill Rescue® Network (APRN) and Pregnancy Help News. Deception: …

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Largely euphemism-free, story bluntly writes about “other options” if Roe is overturned

By Dave Andrusko When discussing chemically-induced abortions, ordinarily pro-abortionist bask in euphemisms—“medication abortion” and “procedural abortion” (instead of surgical abortions)–and assurances that the two drug abortion technique is no more painful that a “heavy period.” But not for Kara Grant’s and Saundra Young’s article written for WebMD Health News titled “If Abortion Becomes Banned, Women …

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