Abortionist: pro-choice people don’t like it when you talk about how it really feels to do this work.

By Sarah Terzo Late term abortionist Warren Hern said in an interview: “The pro-choice people don’t like it when you talk about how it really feels to do this work.” John Richardson, “The Last Abortionist.” The Guardian, January 23, 2010 Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted with permission.

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NEA trashes Trump as it doubles down on support for abortion

By Dave Andrusko One of our friends is a member of the Virginia branch of the National Education Association. On occasion I will glance at its publication, the Virginia Journal of Education. It won’t take you long to figure out the Virginia Education Association is “progressive.” So when National Review Online’s Alexandra DeSanctis reported yesterday …

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Abortion and the Worldview of Irresponsibility: Pro-Life Critique Becomes Pro-Death Talking Point

By John Stonestreet with G. Shane Morris Most people don’t know this, but early feminists—including suffragette Susan B. Anthony—were deeply opposed to abortion. A surprisingly honest Saturday Night Live sketch from a couple of years ago captured the shock of a group of progressive young ladies, who when they meet Anthony are shocked to learn …

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UK forced abortion ruling: 22-week-old unborn baby ‘not a physical presence’

By Dorothy Cummings McLean WESTMINSTER, London, England― The English judge who ruled that a forced abortion should be carried out on a mentally disabled woman remarked that her unborn baby was “not a physical presence.” Thanks to Right To Life UK, LifeSiteNews has obtained an electronic copy of the June 21 Court of Protection decision …

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Abortion and the Art of Communicating Truth in a winsome way

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation “Big Tech” bias has been in the news lately, as evidence mounts that technology giants such as Facebook, Twitter and Google routinely stifle certain points of view. Stephanie Gray is someone accustomed to speaking truth to powerful tech companies. The accomplished speaker headlined a viral video …

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Abortion “haunts ” woman who aborted as a teenager

By Sarah Terzo Polly had an abortion when she was 14. “I often wonder how my mum and dad felt at my getting rid of their grandchild. That does haunt me — but it’s something we don’t talk about any more.” JOAN BAKEWELL “Abortion debate: Why I feel so betrayed,” Daily Mail April 13, 2006 …

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“The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children.”

Editor’s note. As Mary Beerworth, Vermont Right to Life executive director, wrote for NRL News, the state has enacted H.B. 57, a radical by any measure pro-abortion bill. But the Abortion Lobby is not done. It has offered up “Proposal 5,” which would amend the Vermont constitution to guarantee “personal reproductive liberty.” It has already …

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SICK! NY Mag’s ‘The Cut’ Writer Describes Her ‘Best Abortion Ever’

By Alexa Moutevelis Coombs How heartbreakingly sad is it when you’ve had so many abortions you can rank them and decide which one was your “best?” In New York Magazine’s The Cut on June 19, Sarah Miller wrote about the four abortions she’s had and which was her “best abortion ever.” The article is brutally …

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New York City becomes first city to pay for elective abortions directly, as many as 500 per year

By Texas Right to Life New York City gained infamy earlier this year when skyscrapers were illuminated pink to “celebrate” the state’s passage of some of the most barbaric and inhumane abortion legislation in the world. Last week, the city ventured further into the culture of death by becoming the first municipality to fund elective …

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Abortion: No Limits Allowed, and Proud of it

By Carol Tobias, President Editor’s note. This prophetic column by NRLC President Carol Tobias appeared in the November 2017 digital edition of National Right to Life News. Day by day, as Democrats try desperately to out-do each other in their commitment to abortion through all 40 weeks, these remarks from 19 months ago remind us …

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