We can’t let the haters win

By Dave Andrusko The Wall Street Journal put it plain and simple today: “The Smears Begin on Kavanaugh”—Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s nominee to replace the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy. If you are of a certain age—okay,

Scientific advances work as “anchors” to longstanding moral and ethical arguments against abortion

By Dave Andrusko Emma Green’s one-sentence bio is deceptively modest: “Emma Green is a staff writer at ​The Atlantic, where she covers politics, policy, and religion.” She is, in fact, a terrific writer whose work on a

Dr. Jérôme Lejeune and “the symphony of life”

By Dave Andrusko Although it’s now almost two decades back, I confess I did not know nearly as much as I should have about Dr. Jérôme Lejeune until he testified in Davis v. Davis, a 1989 custody

When a Friend Is Considering Abortion

Editor’s note. This appeared today at Life Issues Forum which is a bi-weekly column written by staff of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Pro-Life Secretariat . It was adapted and shortened from the 2017-2018 USCCB

Pro-abortion writer laments the power of “cutting edge science” to aid the pro-life cause

By Dave Andrusko I often wonder if pro-abortionists actually listen to what they say or read what they write? Jessica Glenza writes for the London-based pro-abortion Guardian newspaper and has a post today under the curious title,

South Carolina Citizens for Life Commends Gov. McMaster for Continuing to Defund Abortion in SC

By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life (COLUMBIA, S.C. Friday, July 13) — South Carolina Citizens for Life, the oldest and largest single-issue pro-life organization in South Carolina, today commended Gov. Henry McMaster for

Reassuring her there is always hope and she is not alone

By Dave Andrusko As you may have noticed, we have five stories today that in one fashion or another deal with “the power of cutting edge science”– fetal development, ultrasounds, and what Dr. Jérôme Lejeune once described

The lethal “ethics” of Nazi doctors

By Michael Cook German medicine under Hitler resulted in so many horrors – eugenics, human experimentation, forced sterilization, involuntary euthanasia, mass murder – that there is a temptation to say that “Nazi doctors had no ethics.” However,

Winnipeg man sentenced to three months in horrific elder abuse case

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Ron Siwicki, the Winnipeg man who left his mother unattended on the floor to die over a span of three weeks, was sentenced to three months in jail,

Director of Neurobiology on life beginning at conception

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Sean O’Reilly, Director of the Neurobiology Research Training Program at George Washington University: “[T]here is nothing in the entire phenomenon of the transmission of life that deserves more to be called an event,

VICTORY: Planned Parenthood of Indiana permanently closes Fort Wayne facility

By Kristi Burton Brown Visitors to the Planned Parenthood facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana, will find this sign on the door:  “This health center is permanently closed.” Planned Parenthood has been telling news outlets that the closure

PPFA vows digital attack on Judge Kavanaugh, WaPo publishes absurdly out-of-proportion story

By Dave Andrusko I made myself a promise that I would not tackle every outlandish line of attack against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Everyone knew they would come hot and heavy. If I had any