By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition [EPC] We mourn the death of Vincent Lambert, a cognitively disabled man who died by dehydration after France’s highest court ordered that he be denied food and fluid which they defined as medical treatment. Our online petition pleading that President Macron save his life received more …Continue reading "We mourn the death of Vincent Lambert while thankful that an agreement will protect the life of Hannah Cement"
By Dave Andrusko General Sessions, even at the pro-life educational event of the year, don’t get much better than “Out of the Darkness of Death, come Hope, Mercy and Grace” which completed the first day of NRLC 2019. There was Ashley Bratcher, star of “Unplanned,” the opinion-changing story of a Planned Parenthood employee of the …Continue reading "“Out of the Darkness of Death, come Hope, Mercy and Grace”"
By Dave Andrusko Can’t say I saw this one coming. The notoriously pro-abortion 9th Circuit Court of Appeals today rejected emergency bids to temporarily set aside a June 20 decision rendered by a three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit that allowed the Trump administration’s family planning rules to go effect. Ridiculed as a “gag rule,” …Continue reading "9th Circuit upholds Title X rules denying funds to health facilities that perform or promote abortion"
By Dave Andrusko We’ve posted twice [here and here] over the controversy about whether Unplanned should even be allowed to be shown in Canada. Opponents tried everything possible to prevent the movie about Abby Johnson’s conversion from a Planned Parenthood Employee of the Year to pro-life activists from being shown, including death threats and a …Continue reading "A Canadian hit piece on “Unplanned”"
By Dave Andrusko It’s a very personal story with a tragic beginning, a predictable conclusion between which the new president of Planned Parenthood goes hither and yon to weave together disparate arguments to reach the “correct” answer. The most important bottom line from Dr. Leana Wen’s op-ed in the Washington Post is that she very …Continue reading "The president of the largest abortion provider talks movingly about her miscarriage"
The NHS says she actually refused the screening By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children In the latest “wrongful birth” lawsuit, a mother is suing the NHS [National Health Service] for allegedly not testing her unborn baby for Down syndrome, and so depriving her of the opportunity to abort him. “Would Have Terminated …Continue reading "Mum who would have had abortion if she’d known baby had Down syndrome sues NHS"
By Arkansas Right to Life Now we know. On July 24, 2019, we know what will happen and what won’t. Ninety days after sine die, the official close of the 92nd Arkansas General Assembly is when the majority of legislation passed during the session and signed by the governor will become law. So, July 24, …Continue reading "What will happen July 24 when a record number of pro-life bills become law?"
By Cassy Fiano-Chesser John Cronin, founder of “John’s Crazy Socks,” has won the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the New York region. Cronin is the first person with Down syndrome to ever win the award, considered one of the most prestigious business awards in the New York area. Cronin, along with …Continue reading "Man with Down syndrome wins prestigious ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ award"
A shameful amendment which would see abortion imposed upon Northern Ireland has passed through the House of Commons. MPs voted by 332 votes to 99 to pass the amendment. By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children What happened? Tuesday night, the House of Commons voted overwhelmingly in favour of a clause inserted into …Continue reading "Dark day as Commons votes to impose abortion on NI and threaten decriminalisation in England and Wales"
Editor’s note. This appeared Wednesday at WeNeedALaw. Going to the movies has become a pretty controversial topic in Canada. With the Canadian debut of Unplanned approaching, abortion advocates have shown up in force. Even the Prime Minister’s chief of staff took aim at the pro-life film, taking the opportunity to fear-monger against the Conservative party, …Continue reading "“Unplanned” Controversy Raising Movie’s Profile in Canada"
By Andrea Trudden Google announced in May that it would be implementing a new ad policy that would directly affect pregnancy help organizations. The policy requires ads using keywords related to abortion to carry one of two disclaimers: “Provides abortion” or “Does not provide abortions.” Wednesday, Google officially enacted this new policy. Google’s Abortion Ad …Continue reading "Google Enacts Policy on Abortion-Related Ads"
The International Conference on Population and Development (Program of Action says abortion policy should be left to individual nations Today is World Population Day—a day created to highlight the importance of population issues. This year, the United Nations aims to draw attention to the “unfinished business” of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), …Continue reading "On World Population Day, the international community should promote health, not abortion"