Pro-abortionists elevate free association attacks to an art form

By Dave Andrusko When the Supreme Court heard Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization last week, like you, I anticipated an onslaught of angry, apocalyptic rhetoric. There is a certain strain of man-hating misogyny  for which the Mississippi’s law, protecting unborn children after 15 weeks, would be the fuel that ignited a blaze of end-of-the-world …

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Pro-abortion reporter laments “Where the Pro-Choice Movement Went Wrong”

By Dave Andrusko Among many other welcomed results, the willingness of the Supreme Court to hear Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act today has exposed long-simmering divisions in the “pro-choice” movement. Amy Littlefield, “the abortion access correspondent for The Nation,” laid them out in brutal detail in an essay published this morning the New York Times. Much …

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‘Safe, legal, and rare’ has been replaced by ‘taxpayer funded, anytime, for any reason’

By Carole Novielli  Abortion supporters used to hide behind the mantra that abortion should be safe, legal, and rare. Today, many are showing their true colors by calling this cleverly marketed phrase “ancient” and “outdated,” and one that must relegated to the “dustbin” of history. In its place, advocates want abortion to be anything but …

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New Greenhouse book criticized for not waiting long enough to bash Trump Supreme Court appointment

By Dave Andrusko An amusing aside to the New York Times’ review of Linda Greenhouse’s new book, “The Death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Rise of Amy Coney Barrett, and Twelve Months That Transformed the Supreme Court.” It’s under “Nonfiction.” What do I mean?  Now a “contributing Opinion writer” for the Times, Greenhouse wrote wholly …

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TV’s Worst of the Week 10/31/21: Planned Parenthood & Abortion

By Alexa Moutevelis Editor’s note. This is excerpted from Newsbusters and is reposted with permission. Welcome to TV’s Worst of the Week, where MRC Culture’s on TV Blog recounts the top liberal bias moments in entertainment television for the week of October 31, 2021. From Our Blog • On the Starz drama Hightown this week, a character went to …

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Why the strongest argument in defense of abortion doesn’t work at all

By Paul Stark Some arguments in defense of abortion are more intellectually credible than others. These are not the arguments offered by spokespersons for Planned Parenthood. They aren’t the ones offered by media commentators. They certainly aren’t offered by political leaders. They are offered, rather, by moral philosophers and bioethicists. How do these more sophisticated …

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DC Metro Life Alliance responds to “Abortion Ultimatums” inside Metropolitan Police Department

WASHINGTON — Two reports from WTTG-TV (Fox 5 DC) this week highlight the Metropolitan Police Department’s blatant disregard for human life. At a community meeting earlier this week, Assistant Chief Chanel Dickerson revealed that, when she was a pregnant cadet, she was given the ultimatum to have an abortion or quit her post as a …

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March for Women bans coat hanger symbols, now claims DIY abortions are not dangerous

By Sarah Terzo Many who have been part of the pro-life movement for a while have heard the argument, “if we ban abortion, women will die from back alley, illegal abortions” countless times. This has always been a common pro-choice argument. Pro-choice activists claim that tens of thousands of women died every year before Roe …

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Pro-choice author acknowledges historical racism and ableism in the “reproductive rights” movement

British Pro-choice author Fran Amery admits: The drive for reproductive rights has historically been interwoven with racist and ablest ideologies. Early birth control advocates utilized the language of eugenics in order to legitimize the movement, arguing that unrestrained reproduction would result in “racial decay.” Contraception was figured as a way to prevent the “unfit” from …

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Pro-choice public writing professor deletes source showing embryos have hearts

By Secular Pro-Life.  Editor’s note. This appeared at Secular Pro-Life and is reposted with permission. On September 7, 2021, Ms. Magazine published a piece by Carrie Baker titled “Media Repeat Junk Science Behind Abortion Ban Laws: Check the Science — There is No Heartbeat at Six Weeks.” Baker’s not-really-a-heartbeat piece followed the same general format as the …

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