664 abortions in Northern Ireland under extreme abortion regime

By Right to Life UK More than 600 medical abortions have been carried out in Northern Ireland since the UK Government imposed an extreme abortion regime on the province. In total, 664 terminations have taken place since March 31, according to official figures seen by The Belfast Telegraph. Last year, in the absence of a functioning …

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MP criticizes UK Government for imposing discriminatory disability abortion on Northern Ireland

‘Downright discrimination in the womb’ By Right to Life UK Democratic Unionist Party  MP Carla Lockhart has criticised the UK Government for imposing discriminatory abortion legislation on Northern Ireland, which allows babies prenatally diagnosed with Down syndrome to be aborted right up to birth. Addressing the Minister for Northern Ireland, Robin Walker MP, in the …

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Scottish Govt launch ‘rigged’ consultation on whether to make ‘DIY’ abortions permanent

By Right to Life UK The Scottish Government has launched a public consultation on whether the temporary measure allowing ‘DIY’ home abortions should be made permanent. It comes just weeks after the Scottish Government revealed its intention to expand access to abortion across the nation, despite Scotland’s most recent abortion figures being the second-highest on record. Speaking in Holyrood [the …

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Woman has abortion, “astonished that the idea of killing didn’t strike me as intolerable”

By Sarah Terzo From a woman who had abortion [as quoted in a 1997 book]: “I wanted to have a clear idea of what I was doing. A couple of weeks (the time between the moment when I missed my period and the test to make things clear) I turned the library upside down in …

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Clinic Counselor Describes Coping Skills when abortion counselors begin to “identify with the fetus”

By Sarah Terzo One abortion clinic counselor from Kansas said:  “This may sound like repression: however, it does work for me. When I find myself identifying with the fetus, and I think the larger it gets, that’s normal… then I think it’s okay to consciously decide to remind ourselves to identify with the woman. The …

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Pro-choicer: “convenience is a common reason for abortion”

From pro-choice, pro-abortion (in her own words) feminist Carolyn Hax: Admitting that convenience is a common justification for abortion makes some people squeamish …. It is critical that antiabortion zealots not be allowed to elevate the argument about abortion to one of life and death, with nothing in between. Why? Because what lies between are most …

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One year ago: 11 things pro-choicers don’t get

By Kristi Burton Brown Editor’s note. As we end the week, this look back a year ago to what appeared in NRL News produces a timeless resource. We’re talking about real babies. 1) It’s not about choice; it’s about abortion. I mean, really, what “choice” are we talking about here? The “choice” to what? We’re …

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A tale of competing “moral balance sheets: abortion providers versus pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko Since we repost something from her almost every day, it’ll come as no surprise that I consider pro-life blogger Sarah Terzo to be a priceless resource. She has an uncanny knack for finding the most revealing quotations, not only from abortionists, but also from women who are looking back on their abortions …

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Professor David M. Fergusson on emotional turmoil following an abortion

By Sarah Terzo “I am an atheist and a rationalist…Abortion is a traumatic life event; that is, it involves loss, it involves grief, it involves difficulties. And the trauma may, in fact, predispose people to having mental illness.” Prof. David M. Fergusson, Christchurch Health and Development Study, commenting on research he directed, interviewed on Australian …

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