Regretful postabortion woman: “it’s not worth the pain”

By Sarah Terzo The (now offline) website Abortiontv.com received this letter from a woman who had an abortion and regrets it: I had an abortion with twins. I was getting married and I convinced myself that it wasn’t the right time. So did my fiancé’. He made me do it. I wish I could have …

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Canadian government agrees to permit euthanasia for mental illness alone

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Last week I reported that Canada’s Senate passed Bill C-7, the bill to expand Canada’s Medical Aid in Dying (euthanasia) law, with dangerous amendments that further expands the law.  As bad as Bill C-7 was originally, the Senate passed five amendments to Bill C-7. The primary amendments were …

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The face of true pro-abortion fanaticism on display

By Dave Andrusko Pro-abortionists, particularly the kind that lecture the rest of us mere mortals for being insufficient woke, are not big on irony or introspection or maybe even reading their own musings. Enter Kate Cohen, described as a “contributing columnist for the Washington Post.” Her own description kind of tells you where she might …

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South Dakota Gov. Noem Signs Born-Alive Legislation

 PIERRE, S.D. –Governor Kristi Noem today signed House Bill 1051, which requires medical professionals to offer any baby born alive the same medical care they would offer for any other child, regardless of the circumstances of the child’s birth. “The pro-life cause continues even after a child is born, and this bill will guarantee the …

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Planned Parenthood’s New Report Reveals More Than 8.6 Million Abortions

By Katie Yoder    The number of lives ended in abortion by Planned Parenthood is staggering. But even one would be too many. Planned Parenthood quietly released its most recent annual report last week for the fiscal year 2019–2020. The document highlighted the hurdles the nation’s largest abortion provider has faced, from the COVID-19 pandemic to …

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Dangerous assisted suicide bill introduced in Minnesota Senate

ST. PAUL — Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) strongly opposes legislation just introduced that would legalize assisted suicide in Minnesota. The bill would authorize doctors to prescribe lethal drugs for certain patients to intentionally end their own lives.  “Assisted suicide is a danger to all of us,” says MCCL Executive Director Scott Fischbach. “This …

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Why We Need “Second chances at Life Act” and “Human Life Non-Discrimination Act” in West Virginia

By West Virginians for Life The SECOND CHANCES AT LIFE ACT would provide information about Abortion Pill Reversal. ● This protective legislation will require that a woman be informed that the effects of the chemical abortion pill can be reversed in order to save her baby if she changes her mind after taking it. ● …

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A tribute to Dr. Bernard Nathanson ten years after his passing

By Dave Andrusko A sincere thank you to Fr. Frank Pavone who recently reminded us that this coming Sunday is the 10th anniversary of the passing of Dr. Bernard Nathanson. For younger pro-lifers, it would be difficult to impossible for them to appreciate the incredible impact Dr. Nathanson’s conversion from co-founder of NARAL to pro-life …

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Open Letter to a Pregnant Woman During the Coronavirus Crisis

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation As I voyaged through the frozen food section of the supermarket aisle, I saw you there. Despite the barren shelves, you seemed to be in good spirits, trading laughter with the man who accompanied you. You found the one brand of frozen pizza that was left …

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Why are abortions rising in Texas?

By Texas Right to Life The number of elective abortions in Texas fell by approximately 36,000 from 1990 until 2017. Then the number of abortions rose in 2018 and again in 2019. Something has gone wrong. The previous abortion downward trend had been steady, laudable, and attributable to a multitude of Pro-Life victories. Fewer women …

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Woman has abortion because she had no money, but “pain of abortion still hurts”

By Sarah Terzo A woman on a feminist blog wrote about having an abortion because she and her partner had no money. She claims that she went to a crisis pregnancy center and they did not offer her material or financial support, which seems unusual since most CPCs are stocked with baby items and supplies. …

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