By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. With roughly 40% (and growing) of all abortions chemically-induced, today’s story that was reposted a year ago could not be more timely. With chemical abortions [“medication” abortions, in pro-abortion parlance] continually on the rise, you would expect that pro-abortion advocacy groups would go …Continue reading "Here’s why the number of Emergency Room visits are a very misleading measure of the safety of chemical abortions"
By Dave Andrusko Sometimes, no matter how wedded to “choice” someone may be, reality peeks its way through the clouds of slogans, disinformation, and illogic. Enter Getty Israel, a Black woman, whose op-ed for the [Jackson, Mississippi] Clarion Ledger is headlined, “Abortion Rate disparities: I’m pro-choice but I can’t ignore statistics.” Israel, founder and executive …Continue reading "The devastating impact of abortion on the Black community is too great for this “pro-choice” woman to ignore"
By Michael Cook The World Medical Association is revising the International Code of Medical Ethics (ICoME) to limit the scope of conscientious objection. According to a WMA press release, “Workgroup members and observers representing more than 15 countries have reviewed the document carefully to determine what might be missing from the ICoME, what might be …Continue reading "World Medical Association proposal would make referral a duty for a doctor who has a conscientious objection to abortion or euthanasia"
By Dave Andrusko Reading just the headline, the first thing any American reader would think when they first saw the story from the New Straits Times is the late abortionist Ulrich Klopfer who stashed way the remains of 2,411 unborn babies in the garage next to his home in Will County, Illinois, and in the …Continue reading "Police investigation in Vietnam discovers men attempting to give aborted babies a proper funeral"
By Dave Andrusko Over the years in frequent conversations at the annual National Right to Life convention [this year’s begins June 25!], one topic friends and I have often mulled over is what are the issues about which the anti-life crowd is either most sensitive or feels most vulnerable (they are not necessarily the same). …Continue reading "Will a growing recognition of the evil of eugenic abortions alter the abortion debate?"
Dangerous double talk on safety By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Specialty online pharmacies and virtual abortion clinics are popping up everywhere offering to sell and ship abortion pills by mail in the wake of a recent Biden administration decision to drop enforcement of a government requirement that the abortifacient …Continue reading "Hey Jane is one of the latest on-line pharmacies and virtual clinics now selling and shipping abortion pills"
By Sarah Terzo When a woman called Joan Paton was seeking an abortion, her husband went to court to stop her. Author Mary Kenny describes how she felt when she heard on the radio that Paton had had the abortion. “I remember sitting there and feeling a personal sense of loss. I felt it right …Continue reading "Letter writers tell woman not to have abortion"
By Sarah Terzo A female college professor decided to have an abortion when her baby tested positive for down syndrome. “I’m not proud of this, but to be honest, I don’t want to cope with a mentally retarded child. My mother did volunteer work in the schools, with MR kids. She’s deeply against abortion. But she’s …Continue reading "Woman aborts baby with Down syndrome because she wanted a “smart child”"
By Dave Andrusko Tragically, given recent trends in India, it was not surprising when Justice Rekha Palli today gave his approval for a woman “to abort a 23-week pregnancy after an All India Institute of Medical Sciences medical board said the twin fetus she was carrying did suffer from abnormalities and once born would face …Continue reading "Court in New Delhi gives woman permission to abort 23-week-old baby"
By Right to Life UK A mum from Northern Ireland has said she was “glad that abortion was illegal” when she became unexpectedly pregnant in 2016. Abortion was introduced into Northern Ireland by MPs in Westminster in 2019. But when Yvonne Morgan found out that she was pregnant in July 2016, abortion was still illegal. …Continue reading "Northern Irish woman glad abortion was illegal when she was pregnant"
By Laura Nicole In keeping with an April decision not to enforce safety guidelines surrounding the abortion pill, the Biden administration has announced its intention to revisit the FDA guidelines that have been in place since 2000. The FDA announced on May 7, that it would undertake a review of the current FDA Risk Evaluation and …Continue reading "Biden Administration plans to review REMS safety protocols for abortion pill"
By Sarah Terzo The night after her abortion, then high school student Shelley Goodell got out of bed in the middle of the night and ran to her boyfriend’s house. She had had an abortion to continue her schooling, without telling her parents. “That night I tried to sleep but didn’t rest. My dreams were …Continue reading "Teen and boyfriend cry after her abortion"