Women’s March Targets Pregnancy Help Organizations in West Virginia

By Andrea Trudden A summer libel campaign against pregnancy help organizations was launched by The Women’s March of West Virginia, Women’s March WV Eastern Panhandle, Women’s March WV West, and Women’s March WV South. At this time, it appears that only West Virginia is being targeted. Under the guise of “Review Fake Clinics,” these activists …

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Some important background to actress Busy Phillips’ exchange with pro-life Rep. Louie Gohmert

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. Jennifer Popik, JD, legislative director, wrote a very telling piece summarizing a recent House hearing in which pro-abortion Democrats made an impassioned case for abortion up until birth. However, there was a very telling exchange between pro-abortion actress Busy Phillips and pro-life Rep. Louie …

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How far will pro-abortion militants go?

By Carol Tobias, President Over the years, I would occasionally insert something like this into my speeches: “As we come closer to that day of overturning Roe v Wade and protecting unborn children, the battle is going to be fierce. If you think pro-abortion extremists are rude and militant now, you ain’t seen nothing yet.” …

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Pro-abortion State Rep. bullies and harasses elderly pro-life woman

By Dave Andrusko Because his distasteful and bullying behavior was caught on video (in fact, he videotaped the exchange himself), I’m guessing the uproar over Pennsylvania Democratic State Rep. Brian Sims’ abominable treatment of an elderly pro-life woman will not blow over in a day or two. Or, at least I can hope not. Sims’ …

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Study finds 48% of postabortion women were coerced

By Sarah Terzo Jessica Stanton writes about a study on how postabortion women were coerced into abortions: “In a study conducted by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, Dr. Ian Gentles, and Dr. Elizabeth Ring–Cassidy published in 2013 in ‘Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women’, the authors asked 101 women to share their abortion stories. When they were asked …

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Post-abortive woman: “If my words lead you to save your child’s life, I will also feel that you saved mine.”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears in the current digital edition of NRL News. I hope that you are reading the entire issue and forwarding stories to pro-life friends and family. As an avowed opponent of abortion and firm believer in finding win-win solutions, I nonetheless understand the shrewdness of the incessant campaign to …

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Mother with abortion regret hits back at Irish politician who called it a “makey-uppy thing”

Patricia Gaughran: “I’m absolutely disgusted and so angry that you can dismiss women like me.” “You do not understand what abortion does to a woman.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Last week, we saw how vicious the abortion debate in Ireland has become when a pro-life TD (member of the Irish …

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Post-abortive woman unknowingly reveals the heartbreaking truth about her abortion

By Dave Andrusko A pro-life friend forwarded me a column today that appeared in the very pro-abortion English newspaper, the Guardian. Hannah Bambra’s story of her life after her abortion is not in the least overtly pro-life nor, no doubt, would she like to see someone like me writing about what happened. But it is …

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Clinic worker–Post abortion woman crying, feeling guilty, and scared

By Sarah Terzo From a clinic worker: “I’ve taken up to one hour and a half if the patient needs it – the people at the front desk don’t love it if I do that too often, but if I have to, I do. I just had a patient today that took a really long …

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Why pro-abortionists are so annoyed by the ‘What If I hadn’t been born?’ question

By Dave Andrusko In a former professional life Rachael Larimore was a senior editor at the pro-abortion Slate. She is now the online managing editor of the pro-life Weekly Standard. When I first learned of her promotion it reminded me of a column (and a follow up column) she once wrote for Slate titled, “What …

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“We were sold a bill of goods,” postabortion woman says

By Sarah Terzo Cynthia Collins, who had her first abortion as a 19-year-old and then took a “downward spiral”: “We were sold a bill of goods that abortion is a good thing, and when we find out that it’s not, we’re told to be quiet. [A]s those voices are heard, then we’re going to see …

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