Why Roe deserves to fall

 By Dave Andrusko The Biden-Harris administration made its opposition official today. In a 39 page amicus the justice department rejected the position of the state of Mississippi that the Supreme Court uphold the state’s 2018  “Gestational Age Act.” “Under principle of stare decisis–and because Roe and Casey were and remain correct–the court should again “reaffirm …

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National Right to Life and Arkansas Right to Life PAC Endorse Senator John Boozman for Re-election

LITTLE ROCK — National Right to Life, along with Arkansas Right to Life Political Action Committee, have announced their joint endorsement of Senator John Boozman (R-AR) for re-election. “National Right to Life is pleased to endorse Senator John Boozman for re-election,” said Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life. “Senator John Boozman maintained a pro-life …

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Campos-Duffy to Keynote Pro-Life Banquet

By Bonny Finnerty Harrisburg, PA – FoxNews Host Rachel Campos-Duffy will keynote the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation’s Celebrate Life Banquet on Wednesday, September 22 at 6 p.m. at the Penn Harris Hotel, formerly the Radisson, 1150 Camp Hill Bypass, Camp Hill, PA 17011. Campos-Duffy is the newest co-host of FOX and Friends Weekend, the host of her own Fox Nation show Moms, co-host …

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Push for assisted suicide threatens disability rights

This letter was published in the Boston Globe by Not Dead Yet on September 7, 2021 In response to an essay on the Victorian fantasy of a peaceful death, two letter writers (“Beyond the fantasy of a gentle death,” Aug. 29) called on the state Legislature to pass the proposed assisted suicide bill. Paula Bacon and Molly DeHaas Walsh …

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While abortion is legal, vast number of physicians refused to perform them

By Dave Andrusko When Mexico passed its law decriminalizing abortion,  it took the country by surprise. What also caught the secular press by surprise is that other nation  that as had legalized abortions were having difficult finding doctors willing to perform them. Nicholas  Casey of the New York Times took the opportunity to see how …

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Why has opposition to euthanasia crumbled?

Politicians aren’t listening to logical, evidence-based arguments. By Michael Cook  Another Australian state, Queensland, legalised assisted dying last week. The bill passed in the unicameral parliament by an impressive margin — 61 to 30 — on Thursday afternoon. It was a “conscience vote”, ie, MPs were not bound by their party’s policy. Although 55 separate amendments were …

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British Medical Association drops opposition to assisted suicide

By Bridget Sielicki  The British Medical Association, the United Kingdom’s largest doctors union, has voted to adopt a “neutral” stance on assisted suicide and euthanasia. The move reflects a change in the association’s official position, which, since 2006, had previously opposed the practice of assisted dying. According to The Guardian, it was a close vote, with 49% …

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Biden shockingly fires Kurt Kondrich

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation In a stunning move, President Joe Biden has fired the father of a teen with Down syndrome from a national disability council. As Fox News reported, the decision has been heartbreaking for Kurt Kondrich’s 18-year-old daughter, Chloe. President Donald Trump appointed Kurt to a two-year position with the …

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Supreme Court sets December 1 as day for oral arguments in Dobbs

By Dave Andrusko At last a date is set! The Supreme Court has established December 1st as the time at which the justices will hear oral argument in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health–Mississippi  law banning abortion at 15 weeks).  This is not to be confused with Texas Heartbeat law which is currently being challenged by …

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Virginia Pro-Life News Report

Virginia Election Update The Virginia gubernatorial debate on September 16th showed the stark contrast between the candidates on abortion. At the debate, Democrat Terry McAuliffe emphasized his support for abortion on demand. He has spent recent weeks on the campaign trail touting his extreme pro-abortion position, which includes abortion for any reason through all nine …

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Biden’s Whole-of-Government Plan Designed to Protect Abortion on Demand

WASHINGTON – On Friday, Xavier Becerra, secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced actions calculated to circumvent a Texas law (SB 8) designed to protect unborn children whose hearts have begun to beat. Becerra’s actions are in line with President Joe Biden’s demand for whole-of-government action in response to the …

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