Massachusetts’ Extreme Abortion Law [ROE Act]

By Massachusetts Citizens for Life Bill SD 1209, better known as An Act to Remove Obstacles and Expand Abortion Access in Massachusetts, makes extremism look mild. Massachusetts holds some of the most liberal abortion-not-really-restrictions in the nation, and the world. This bill does little new, except abandon all pro-choice commitment to safe, legal, rare. It …

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Pro-choice author concedes abortion has to do with “life and death”

By Sarah Terzo The pro-choice author of “Abortion: A Positive Decision” interviewed abortion providers and post-abortion women talking about how great abortion is, and how helpful to women. However, in the beginning of the book, she says: “No matter that legal abortion is as safe a procedure as having your tonsils out or a penicillin …

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We asked, you answered: how would you respond if your daughter were abortion-minded?

Editor’s note. This appeared Tuesday at Secular Pro-life and is reposted with permission. Prompted by an anonymous suggestion, we asked our facebook followers: “What would you do if your daughter told you she wanted an (elective) abortion?” Much discussion ensued, with many readers sharing deeply personal stories. Here are a few of our favorite responses: …

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Clinic worker describes how she got a job at an abortion clinic

By Sarah Terzo A former clinic worker, Tonya P., who never identifies as pro-life in her book, describes how she got a job at the abortion clinic. “I was beginning to give up hope, and I was starting to think that I had gone to school for nothing, for something that I couldn’t even get …

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Nurse recalls baby born alive after abortion: ‘He was small but perfect’

By Sarah Terzo On February 25, 2019, Planned Parenthood president Leana Wen claimed that babies are never born alive after abortions and left to die. Commenting on a bill that would have protected infants born alive after abortions, she tweeted, “Today, the Senate will vote on a bill that criminalizes doctors for a practice that …

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Irish politician calls for maternity pay for women who have abortions

The maternity and infant scheme entitles women to free antenatal care – should it also apply to abortions? By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Ireland is also set to export abortion through aid An Irish TD [member of the Irish Parliament] has called for women to get full pay when they take …

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Passing of the producer of “The Silent Scream” reminds us how powerfully this video altered the abortion debate

By Dave Andrusko I did not know until today that Donald S. Smith has passed away on January 30 at age 94. His name will be familiar to only a small percentage of our readers but his impact as producer of “The Silent Scream” was immense. Below I am reposting one of the dozens and …

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State ban on partial-birth abortion sent to Idaho Gov. for signature

By Dave Andrusko Last month, NRL Director of State Legislation Ingrid Duran wrote a first-rate update for NRL News of state legislation. She mentioned that “Idaho passed a state partial-birth abortion ban in their Senate State Affairs Committee. Partial-Birth Abortions are a horrific type of abortions typically performed late in pregnancy that deliver an unborn …

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Last week I was reminded of the resilience, hope and courage of the Irish pro-life movement

By Niamh Uí Bhriain Editor’s note. The 8th amendment was the pro-life amendment to the Irish Constitution that was removed in May 2018 in a referendum. Last week, I traveled to Cork to meet with pro-life leaders in Munster and we talked, amongst other things, about renewing and rebuilding our culture, about the hope provided …

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