Born at 13 ounces, micropreemie goes home Monday

By Dave Andrusko Who “weighed less than a pound at birth, and measured shorter than an average-sized Barbie doll”? If you answered Kallie Bender, you’d be 100% correct. If you knew she was born 15 weeks premature, you’d get extra points. Fox 5 (Phoenix) reported that after 150 days in the St. Joseph’s Nursery Intensive …

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Fetal models are a tremendous teaching tool to young and old alike

Only those who fear the truth could object to these life-like fetal models By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation “Can I take a picture?” At least three different women posed the same question as I stood behind the educational table at a Women’s Conference in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The women, of all different …

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Mom says decision to have fetal surgery was a “no-brainer”

By Dave Andrusko October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month. Each and every time an unborn baby undergoes prenatal surgery, often because of signs the baby has spina bifida, it unavoidably raises the obvious question for pro-abortion partisans. This child is either partially or completely removed from her mother’s womb, surgeons work their wondrous ways, and …

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Academic pro-abortionists tried to kill survey finding 96% of biologists admit life begins at fertilization

By Calvin Freiburger October 21, 2019 – The biological beginning of human life has never been as controversial as the political battle over abortion would suggest, with research released this summer finding that even biologists who vote for and support legal abortion admit the procedure’s victims were alive at the moment of fertilization. Steve Jacobs …

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West Virginians for Life State Convention “Was THE Best”

“That was THE best WVFL State Convention that I have ever attended!” said one woman as she was leaving the 46th annual event which took place October 19 in Fairmont, West Virginia. The highlight of the day was a visit from pro-life Governor Jim Justice who spoke for 30 minutes. Gov. Justice talked of his …

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When “Choice” and “Disability” Collide

How the Eugenics Impulse Advances By John Stonestreet & Roberto Rivera Nicole Lee is one of Australia’s leading disability-rights advocates. A spinal cord injury when she was young left Nicole Lee dependent on a wheelchair for mobility. But, as she revealed in a recent article at Quartz.com, accessibility and discrimination aren’t the only challenges women …

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Illinois Gov. Pritzker’s Radical Abortion Policy Violates Federal Law

Thomas More Society Files Civil Rights Complaint Against Illinois “Reproductive Health Act” Editor’s note. This update was provided by the Thomas More Society. On October 21, 2019 the Thomas More Society filed a complaint against Illinois’ Reproductive Health Act with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights. The new Illinois …

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Canadians look to newly elected Parliament to take action on behalf of the victims of abortion

By We Need a Law A massive display on the Supreme Court lawn this weekend demonstrates to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and all the rest of our newly elected Members of Parliament that the abortion debate remains open in Canada. The Supreme Court location was chosen because it was there in 1988 that the Supreme …

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Nevada “Values Life” Specialty Plate Deadline Will Determine Future Availability

3,000 Plates Must be Sold by December 30, 2019 or They Will be Discontinued LAS VEGAS – For the first time, Nevada residents have the opportunity to purchase a life affirming specialty license plate that will help to fund important programs that assist pregnant women and families in our state. The Nevada “Values Life” specialty …

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Western Australian doctor recommends ‘kill clinics.’

By HOPE Australia While the suggestion that specialized “kill clinics” should be established to implement the government’s proposed euthanasia regime might sound shocking, their creation would be entirely consistent with the Bill currently before the Western Austrian (WA) Legislative Council, as well as the experience in overseas jurisdictions where euthanasia and assisted suicide have been …

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