Oklahoma Judge uphold state law banning the dismemberment of living unborn children

By Dave Andrusko It took four years and three months, but Oklahoma County District Judge Cindy Truong today upheld the state’s Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act. In 2015, the bill passed the state House of Representatives, 84-2 and the state Senate 37-4 and was signed into law by pro-life Gov. Gov. Mary Fallin. …

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Orangeburg County Citizens for Life Rocks the 49th Annual NRL Convention in South Carolina

By Sally J. Zaleski “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Edmund Burke’s words of wisdom motivates Richard (Dick) Grindle in his pro-life outreach. A resident of Santee, South Carolina, Grindle frequently refers to Burke when he encounters other pro-lifers. (We) “have to be a ‘doer’ …

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Medical miracle, 6-year-old Alabama boy defies doctors’ predictions of an early death

By Dave Andrusko I took a quick peek this afternoon at the Facebook page Grayson Kole Smith’s parents use to update followers about their six year old’s progress. Yesterday’s post, typically delightful, ends Also Grayson has two front loose teeth! He has told mama and daddy that each tooth is worth 40 bucks for the …

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Missouri Gov. Parson Signs “Simon’s Law”

By Missouri Right to Life On Thursday, July 11, Governor Michael Parson signed HB 138. This legislation, known as “Simon’s Law” has been a priority of Missouri Right to Life for many years. HB 138 builds on the rights of parents to make health care decisions for their minor child(ren). The Crozier Family’s story as …

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Paul Greenberg, Sex-Selection Abortion, and “The Root of Confusion”

By Dave Andrusko Over the decades I have learned from many great pro-life writers. I would begin to list them but I would leave more out than I included, which would be grossly unfair. But the man from whom I have learned the most—both how to reason about abortion and how to cut through the …

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Who Truly Empowers Women: the Abortion Industry or Pregnancy Help Centers?

By Susanna Maynes Eighteen-year-old “Courtney” was distressed at her positive pregnancy test. Her mother had already warned her that if she ever got pregnant, she’d kick her out of the house and cut off her college money. Courtney’s best friend told her, “You better not get an abortion!” But her boyfriend said, “Just destroy it. …

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Pro-abortion politicians, activists frantically lying about Unplanned in Canada

By Jonathon Van Maren July 12, 2019— I must admit that I never suspected an American pro-life film airing in a handful of theatres across Canada would cause such an uproar across the country, but I was wrong. Both Liberal politicians and abortion activists appear to believe that the story of former Planned Parenthood director …

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35 years ago today Walter Mondale chose Geraldine Ferraro to be his running mate

By Dave Andrusko It was 35 years ago today that pro-abortion Walter Mondale, the presumptive Democrat presidential nominee, announced he had chosen “personally opposed” New York Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro to be his vice presidential running mate. For Democrats, “personally opposed” would morph (courtesy of “Slick Willie” President Clinton) into “safe, legal and rare.” Nowadays, pro-abortion …

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The Missing Project: Missing stories. Missing information. Missing people in Canada due to abortion

By We Need a Law In the course of fifty years a lot can go missing. Missing stories. Missing information. Missing people. For the first 102 years of Canada’s existence as a nation, the pre-born child had full legal protection. That all changed a half century ago when Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau introduced and passed …

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