By Petra Amid the recent deregulation of abortion in the Australian state of New South Wales, a new tele-abortion service made its debut in Australia on Wednesday, October 30. It was started to fill what was seen as a gap in abortion access left by the closure of the Tabbot Foundation earlier in 2019. Medical …Continue reading "Australia’s new tele-abortion service is not good for women"
By Sarah Terzo One woman talks about her abortion: “It has been 10 years now, almost to this day, and I can still remember, clearly, those fatal few minutes that I will regret to my dying day. The abortionist did not speak or look at me except to growl, ‘Be quiet and keep still,’ when …Continue reading "Ten years later “and I can still remember, clearly, those fatal few minutes that I will regret to my dying day”"
By Sarah Terzo A woman named Michelle talks about how she was crippled by guilt after helping a friend have an abortion: “After I took my roommate home and got her settled, I started off for a visit to New York. It was a four hour drive and there was plenty of time for me …Continue reading "Woman realizes after taking friend to abortion clinic, “I had taken part in a baby’s death!”"
By Sarah Terzo Marie Ideson was 16 weeks pregnant when she found out her baby had Down syndrome. Ideson originally wanted to keep her baby. She recounts hearing the news: A woman said, “I’m sorry to say your baby has Down.” It was devastating. My first thought was, how will we cope? I told Allan …Continue reading "Woman pressured into aborting baby with Down syndrome has deep regrets"
By Tony Lauinger Editor’s note. Mr. Lauinger is Chairman of Oklahomans For Life and Vice President of National Right to Life. This appeared at The Oklahoman. Nearly 100,000 living unborn children in the U.S. are killed each year by a barbaric procedure known as dismemberment abortion. Oklahoma’s Supreme Court is deciding whether a 2015 law …Continue reading "Oklahoma court should uphold law banning dismemberment of living unborn babies"
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 …Continue reading "Clinic worker describes how she got a job at an abortion clinic"
By Sarah Terzo A pro-abortion activist talked about how pro-choice people should not rely on science in order to defend abortion. This may be a tacit admission that all the legitimate science is on the side of the pro-lifers: “Sally Sheldon points to the dangers that pro-choice campaigners can face if they rely on framing …Continue reading "Relying on science can be dangerous, pro-abortion activist warns"
By Nancy Valko My husband and I just returned from a long-anticipated and wonderful trip to Ireland with our friends, one of whom was born in Ireland to an unwed mother at the infamous Magdalene Laundries and adopted by a St. Louis family when she was 2 1/2 years old. We traveled all around Ireland …Continue reading "Northern Ireland Forced into Legalizing Abortion on Demand"
By Sarah Terzo An article in the New York Times profiled women having abortions. This is the story of one woman: “Alexia, a Baptist who wore a cross pendant, prayed all through the two-and-a-half-hour drive from Delta State University in Mississippi. She was having her third abortion.” She says: “My religion is against it. In …Continue reading "Religious Baptist has abortion"
By Paul Smeaton Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at LifeSiteNews and is reposted with permission. PENNSYLVANIA– A Pennsylvania state legislator has described miscarried babies as “just some mess on a napkin”. Wendy Ullman, a Democrat representative from Bucks County, made the comment while opposing a bill put before the Pennsylvania House Health …Continue reading "Pennsylvania lawmaker describes miscarried babies as ‘just some mess on a napkin’"
By Ken Orr, Spokesperson, Right to Life New Zealand Right to Life New Zealand is concerned that the New Zealand Minister of Justice, Andrew Little, at the instigation of the Prime Minister, is an increasing threat to the human rights of New Zealanders. The Government of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is one of the most …Continue reading "Minister of Justice a Threat to the Human Rights of New Zealanders"
By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Breast Cancer Awareness Month is here and gone, a very worthwhile effort to be pro-active in preventing the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women. Because of heightened awareness, earlier detection, and medical advances, more women are, thankfully, able to live longer and live better. Yet, …Continue reading "What the Pink Ribbon Campaign Leaves Out"