Tag Archives: abortion

A pro-life conversation guide to effectively discuss abortion during the holidays

Especially when discussing with those who do not share our views By Paul Stark Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Editor’s note. Thanksgiving is this Thursday yet, as is increasingly the case, you already see bundles of

Post-abortion woman: I prayed someone would be there to stop me

By Sarah Terzo Pro-life activist Richard Exley told this story: Some time ago I was speaking to a right to life rally. When I had finished, a young woman came to the front of the auditorium and

Woman sees her mutilated baby during abortion

By Sarah Terzo Sabrina writes: “As a sixteen – year – old girl, while I lay there on the abortionist table, I looked over and saw my baby mutilated in the glass container that was connected to

Clash of views as Judge hears oral arguments in challenge to Kentucky’s law banning dismemberment abortions

By Dave Andrusko “Room packed, views clash as trial over Kentucky abortion law begins” is the headline to Deborah Yetter’s story describing the trial this week in which the ACLU is challenging Kentucky’s “House Bill 454.” Views did

Lifetime Membership in a club you never asked to join

By Melissa Ohden Editor’s note. This appeared on Melissa’s blog. As most of our readers know, in 1977 Melissa survived a saline infusion abortion. She has written many times for NRL News Today and NRL News and

Irish Health Minister Harris Wants Free Abortions for Northern Ireland Women

Editor’s note. This comes from the Irish pro-life organization, Family and Life. It is based on stories from the Times of London. Sinn Féin is a political party. The Irish government is trying to find a way

Balance? No need for balance in reporting about abortion news

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran previously but in light of the over-the-top media coverage leading up to (and after) last week’s midterm elections, I’m persuaded it is a useful repost. Thanks go out to the

Two thirds of Irish GPs can’t or won’t perform abortions

640 general practitioners have signed a petition raising concerns over the government’s plan to press ahead with a GP-led abortion service in Ireland. The Government’s refusal to listen to concerns is causing major discontent By SPUC—the Society

Born alive and left to die, or really bad statistics?

By We Need a Law In August 2018, pro-life blogger Patricia Maloney reported that the Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) recorded 766 late-term, live-birth abortions over a five-year period. In other words, pregnancies were ended late enough

Native American abortion worker compares abortion to abandoning an infant to be eaten by a wild animal

By Sarah Terzo Samara Azam—Yu, director of Access Women’s Health Justice in Oakland, California, an organization that raises funds for women who can’t afford to have abortions: “There’s a Native American nurse at an abortion clinic in

“A Million Little Things” ‘Unexpected’ Surprise: Widow Chooses Life in Abortion Clinic

By Annie Piper On Wednesday night’s episode of ABC’s A Million Little Things, titled “Unexpected,” Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) was grappling with an unplanned pregnancy. At first thought to be the baby of her late husband John, it

2018 Elections: Here’s how you can know where candidates stand on Abortion

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life Political Director The November 6 general election is rapidly approaching. Early voting has already begun in many states. Do you know where your candidates for federal office and the governor’s