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Kermit Gosnell tricked unwilling teens into having abortions

By Sarah Terzo Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of murdering babies who were born alive after abortions in his filthy clinic, tricked young women into having abortions even when they did not want them. This came from

Obliged to Kill

The assault on medical conscience By Wesley J. Smith A court in Ontario, Canada, has ruled that a patient’s desire to be euthanized trumps a doctor’s conscientious objection. Doctors there now face the cruel choice between complicity in

10 Minutes from a Planned Parenthood, Iowa Pro-Life Center Adds to Life-Saving Services

By Gayle Irwin A pregnancy help center in Iowa has recently expanded its square footage and its service offerings to better serve men and women affected by STI’s and unexpected pregnancies. Based in Waterloo, but with a

Coming Soon? Non-Voluntary Euthanasia/Organ Harvesting?

By Wesley J. Smith It is legal in the Netherlands for doctors and psychiatrists to lethally inject the sick, disabled, elderly, and mentally ill who ask to die. It is not legal for them to kill patients

Utah House passes bill to ban abortions sought because baby diagnosed with Down syndrome

By Dave Andrusko Even in Utah, the secular press is resolutely pro-abortion. So it came as absolutely no surprise that the Salt Lake City Tribune spent most of its story arguing the unconstitutionality of a ban on

Trudeau: religious leaders who don’t want to sign my abortion pledge are just liars. Really?

By Jonathon VanMaren February 2, 2018 – For a few moments during his town hall meeting in Winnipeg, the famously poised and cool Justin Trudeau completely lost his cool. It was in response to a shouted question

Bill would threaten Oregonians at the end of life with the loss of their rights to food and water

By Lois Anderson Editor’s note. This alert comes from Oregon Right to Life, NRLC’s state affiliate. Lois Anderson is the executive director. Last year, with your help, Senate Bill 494 was defeated. Had this bill passed, it

A Pro-life “SheToo movement” going strong for 45 years

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation At this critical point in our nation’s history, I think it’s important to remind people that a #SheToo movement—without the hashtag—has been going strong for the past 45 years.

Minnesota’s research funding should respect the worth of all human beings

By Paul Stark Regenerative Medicine Minnesota (RMM) was established by the state Legislature in 2014 to advance regenerative medicine therapies, which often involve stem cells. RMM recently announced the winners of 13 research grants [] for 2018-2020.

Lyin’ about late-term abortions

By Right to Life of Michigan “Lie” and “gaslighting” are strong words, but they are necessary to use in this case. Yesterday a majority of the U.S. Senate voted to ban most abortions past 20 weeks based

Utilitarianism goes on a charm offensive

But sprinkling the pixie dust of Christianity won’t change its dark public image By Michael Cook Peter Singer has been called the world’s most influential living philosopher — but not everyone agrees that his influence has been

Relentless push for mail order RU-486 altogether ignores women’s safety

By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. and Dave Andrusko A forthcoming study in the journal Contraception, already promoted and publicized by pro-abortion media outlets, is a classic illustration of the extent to which the abortion industry is pushing