Tag Archives: abortion

She remembered women wailing after their abortions

By Sarah Terzo A post-abortion woman named Sophia wrote: “In the clinic in Brighton, I asked the nurse if I could be told whether it was a boy or a girl. I got a brisk reply: “We

You won’t believe an abortionist could be this brutally honest

By Dave Andrusko See if you figure out what Utah abortionist Leah Torres could possibly have tweeted that was so [fill in the blank] that she could have been persuaded to delete it. My friend asked me

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

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

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

A 14-year downward spiral following her abortion

By Sarah Terzo A woman on Pro-Woman Pro-Life gives her abortion testimony: Regretting the abortion didn’t happen right away. I spent over fourteen years thinking nothing of it really. There comes a point when you cease to see

Distinguished American academic tells MPs about the mental health risks of abortion

“I want this information to reach those who can make a difference.” By SPUC The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) Tuesday held an event in Parliament, asking the question “Is Abortion a Mental Health

Abortion corrupts everything it touches

By Dave Andrusko Earlier today, as part of writing about the latest pro-life legislation in Idaho and Kentucky, I looked back at some prior stories I’d composed and ran across an old letter to the editor of

Powerful photo of preserved rhino fetus lost to poachers draws outrage, what about aborted babies lost to abortionists?

Editor’s note. This appeared on the blog of the Canadian pro-life organization WeNeeda Law and is reposted with permission. Recently on Instagram, National Geographic shared a simple, powerful photo by Brett Stirton: a rhino fetus, preserved in a

What if all the excuses pro-abortionists use were proved to be bogus?

By Dave Andrusko Besides the anti-life amicus that ripples through them, what common denominator is there in the opposition to the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act and the Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) bills? For newcomers, the former

Abortion, Eugenics, and the corrosion of unconditional parental love

By Wesley J. Smith Ruth Marcus has boldly declared that if she were pregnant and discovered her baby had Down syndrome, that child would never see the light of day. From her column: Down syndrome is life-altering

WaPo columnist matter-of-factly announces she’d have aborted her kids had they been diagnosed with Down syndrome

By Dave Andrusko When you’re brazenly defending the kind of abortions that makes most people (at a minimum) squirm, if not turn away, one option is to coat your advocacy with a layer or two of “oh