Editor’s note. On Tuesday the Senate witnessed an extraordinary outpouring of pro-life speeches. We will post three of those remarks today and more tomorrow. The following comes from Sen. John Thune (R-SD). Mr. President, on Friday, as they have done for decades, Americans from around the country— many of them young people—took to the streets …Continue reading "“The Supreme Court’s decision marked the righting of a constitutional wrong, and it opened up the chance to right a great moral wrong: the legalized killing of unborn Americans”"
Editor’s note. On January 12, 210 House Democrats voted against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, a bill that required “healthcare practitioners to give the same level of care to a child born alive after an abortion or an attempted abortion as the child at that same gestational age,” to quote pro-life Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio). …Continue reading "“It is simple. Infants born alive following an abortion are kids” and should be treated"
Editor’s note. On January 12, 210 House Democrats voted against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, a bill that required “healthcare providers to administer the same level of care to the babies who survive abortions that they would to any other child born at the same gestational age.” The following are the remarks of pro-life Rep. …Continue reading "“I implore my Democratic colleagues to put aside politics and stand in support of lifesaving care for these innocent newborns”"
By Dave Andrusko Say this for The New York Times, itknows who its opposition is, the women and men who will fight for the lives of unborn babies with passion and shrewdness in season and out of season. Saturday’s editorial was primarily about a different dimension to the abortion battle but here’s what the editorial board …Continue reading "Speaker Kevin McCarthy will stand up to President Biden and to pro-abortion Democrats"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. After this story first appeared, the Guam legislature fell short of the 10 votes needed to override Gov. Guerrero’s veto. “You know during this journey, trying to try to advocate for life against ACLU against Planned Parenthood coming to Guam, they really stood by, they really stood by defending life,” said …Continue reading "Pro-abortion Governor of Guam vetoes Heartbeat Bill; legislature unable to override."
By Dave Andrusko On Friday, Guam’s legislature narrowly passed a bill modeled after Texas’s Heartbeat Act which protects unborn children whose heartbeat can be detected, at approximately 6 weeks. The vote on Guam Heartbeat Act of 2022 passed the U.S. territory’s unicameral legislature by a vote of 8-7. The legislation was sponsored by Sen. Telena Nelson. …Continue reading "Guam passes protective legislation modeled after Texas Heartbeat Act"
By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Alison Roberts reported for BBC News on December 9 that Portugal’s parliament passed a bill that would legalize euthanasia if an adult’s wish to die is “current and reiterated, serious, free and informed”. Roberts reported: MPs voted 126 to 84 in favour, with all but seven members …Continue reading "Portugal’s Parliament passes euthanasia bill. President de Sousa rejected two previous euthanasia bills."
By Kelsey Hazzard Secular Pro-Life has joined a coalition letter sounding the alarm over efforts to turn Veterans Affairs (VA) funding into a new revenue stream for abortion. On behalf of the millions of Americans that we represent, we write to express our concern with increased funding for the Office of Women’s Health in light …Continue reading "There’s a Pro-Abortion Trojan Horse in a Veterans Affairs Bill"
By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children MPs from across the political spectrum on abortion condemned the idea of making abortion a human right, with pro-life MPs taking the opportunity to stand up for the rights of unborn children. Parliament debated E-petition 619334, which calls on the Government to include abortion rights in …Continue reading "MPs line up to slam motion calling for abortion to be enshrined in Bill of Rights"
By Right to Life UK A large line-up of Members of Parliament spoke in a debate that was held in Parliament the evening of November 28 against introducing a ‘right’ to abortion into UK law. The three-hour debate took place after a petition seeking to introduce a ‘right’ to abortion in the Bill of Rights …Continue reading "Overwhelming majority of MPs speak against introducing ‘right’ to abortion in UK law"
By Jennifer Popik, J.D., Director of Federal Legislation Editor’s note. This appeared in the November issue of National Right to Life News which was published last week. Republicans have since secured control of the House of Representatives, a huge victory. At the time of this writing, the nation awaits results in several key House races …Continue reading "A Look Ahead to the New 118th Congress"
The UK government is to double down on its commitment to force its radical abortion regulations on the people of Northern Ireland. SPUC has condemned its continuing “doubling down” on abortion as a “shocking abuse of power”. By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In a statement to the House of Commons on …Continue reading "SPUC slams NI Secretary’s “doubling down” on abortion plans as “shocking abuse of power”"