‘Adoption Option Act’ in Louisiana Legislature

HB 449 Authored by Rep. Rick Edmonds BATON ROUGE – Louisiana Right to Life is sponsoring the “Adoption Option Act” in the Louisiana Legislature this spring following the release of the adoption documentary I Lived on Parker

Post-aborted woman imagines her aborted child wondering “How come you didn’t love me enough?”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. I spend more time on the Internet than I care to admit. But the beauty of the “Web” is that stories circulate pretty much indefinitely. Periodically people see posts that you’ve written

Parents Slam WaPo Editor on Women’s ‘Right’ to Down Syndrome Abortion

By Katie Yoder In reaction to media support for abortion based on Down syndrome, parents are speaking up about the beauty of their children with Down syndrome. On Friday, The Washington Post published an opinion piece with the

Oregon on the front lines of a national fight to introduce euthanasia

By Lois Anderson, Executive Director, Oregon Right to Life Editor’s note. This update was sent out to supporters today. Last week, The Washington Post finally published an article that I’ve been waiting for. You weren’t directly named but

American Medical Association Has a Lot to Learn About Pro-Life Centers

By Pregnancy Help News Why is the nation’s largest group of physicians and medical students shilling for the lethal, failing abortion industry? That’s the question Pregnancy Help News editor Jay Hobbs poses in a Thursday morning op-ed at

MCCL GO draws attention to Swiss assisted suicide concerns

Executive Director addresses Human Rights Council regarding Switzerland GENEVA — The growing practice of assisted suicide in Switzerland is a threat to human rights, according to Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach (MCCL GO). MCCL GO

On International Women’s Day: Press for progress (for all)

By WeNeedaLaw Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post I just came across today. WeNeedaLaw is a Canadian-based pro-life organization. International Women’s Day, marked every March 8th around the world, had as its theme this year

Pro-Choice feminist writes about technology and the unborn as “patient”

By Sarah Terzo Pro-Choice feminist Kathleen McDonnell wrote in her book on abortion: “… Developments in medical technology are radically changing the nature of the abortion debate. Our expanding knowledge of fetal physiology and psychology makes it

Hailie Dillon born so premature her skin was transparent

Now healthy and happy one year old By Dave Andrusko When little Hailie Dillon was born last year at James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough, England, she survived a collapsed lung and seven minutes without oxygen. But that

The nearly 1,000,000+ annual real victims invisible to self-pitying abortionist

By Dave Andrusko Elsewhere today we will offer a few thoughts on Hillary Clinton’s latest nails on blackboard comments which illustrate (as if any were needed) why the Democratic party is desperate for her to…just…go…away. Her remarkably

Supreme Court should uphold free speech of pro-life pregnancy centers

By Elissa Graves, Alliance Defending Freedom Editor’s note. This first appeared in the Sacramento Bee.  The U.S. Supreme Court will soon hear a case concerning a California law that compels pro-life pregnancy centers to engage in speech

Having underwritten development of RU486, Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation now trying to make chemical abortions “more accessible”

By Dave Andrusko A highly interesting story ran today in Inside Philanthropy (“Who’s funding what, and why?”) headlined, “The Nonprofit Funding Research to Change the Conversation Around Abortion Access” and written by Caitlin Reilly. Spoiler alert. We’ll