Preemie born with intestines outside her body defies odds, goes home from hospital

By Bridget Sielicki A premature baby in Canada born with all of her intestines outside her body has defied the odds and is headed home from the hospital after 110 days. The Daily Mail reports that Autumn Warner was born nine weeks early by c-section, weighing just 2 pounds, 12 ounces at birth. Her parents say that because …

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Pro-lifers in Pennsylvania step up to oppose pro-abortionists attempt to win court approval of “right” to abortion

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation A female Pennsylvania state Senator is leading the charge to protect the Keystone State’s Constitution from the extremism of the abortion industry. Senator Judy Ward, a Republican from central Pennsylvania, is circulating a co-sponsorship memo for a Constitutional Amendment to ensure that abortion is kept out …

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Five ways to help a friend who regrets her abortion

By Nancy Flanders  Abortion regret is real and so is the trauma that countless women suffer after undergoing an abortion. Women at times fall prey to the idea that they are incapable of motherhood because they are too young, too old, too poor, too uneducated, too alone, or simply not good enough. Others have believed the …

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Physician Assisted Suicide and the Autonomy Myth

By Alex Schadenberg, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition On October 27, Dr. Ronald Pies and Dr. Cynthia Geppert published in the Psychiatric Times a further development of their position in an article titled Physician Assisted Suicide and the Autonomy Myth. Dr. Pies and Dr. Geppert are both psychiatrists and ethicists who are challenging the ethos of autonomy …

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A clean-sweep for pro-life candidate in Virginia: Youngkin, Sears, and Miyares.

By Dave Andrusko When, at approximately 10:30 this morning, pro-abortion Terry McAuliffe conceded to pro-life Glenn Youngkin, it was a stunning turnabout from what appeared to be an easily victory for the former governor less than two months ago. With a turnabout of well over three million Virginians determining the Commonwealth’s next governor, Youngkin defeated …

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Planned Parenthood flops in effort to elect pro-abortion candidates state wide in state courts in Pennsylvania

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The political arm of Planned Parenthood appears to have failed miserably in its efforts to elect pro-abortion judges to Pennsylvania’s state courts. As of this writing, the entire slate of statewide court candidates endorsed by Planned Parenthood were losing. This, despite Planned Parenthood’s massive public relations …

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Biden’s State-by-State decline among suburbanites is an ominous warning for pro-abortion Democrats

By Dave Andrusko As the saying goes, a year is a lifetime in politics. So you can’t simply extrapolate pro-abortion President Biden abysmal standings (42% job approval versus 54% who disapprove) and assume the portrait of next year’s mid-term elections will be as grim as it is today for Democrats. But the President’s party is …

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Poll show support widespread support for Texas’ Heartbeat Law

By Dave Andrusko No doubt much to the dismay of the pro-abortion Houston Chronicle, a poll “conducted Oct. 4 to Oct. 21 and released Tuesday, found that 55 percent of Texans support Senate Bill 8.” Contrary to the flood of negative media attention, Texas’ Heartbeat Law—S.B.8—found not only major support among women and men, Latino and white …

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DOJ ask 5th District Court of Appeals to halt Texas Heartbeat Law

By Dave Andrusko In the latest tit for tat, responding to a decision by the 5th District Court of Appeals, the Biden-Harris Department of Justice has asked the Court to halt implementation of the Texas Heartbeat Law.  On Friday, the Court granted an administrative “stay” that allowed the law to again go into effect, following …

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Supreme Court to decide Tuesday whether Kentucky AG to be allowed to defend law banning the dismemberment of living unborn babies

By Dave Andrusko Cameron v. EMW Women’s Surgical Center technically addresses the limited issue of whether Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron will be allowed to add his voice to the chorus of those demanding an end of the evisceration of living unborn children. For the moment, the issue is his right to intervene, not whether …

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