Zombie Abortion Arguments

PRO-DEATH IDEAS THAT NEVER DIE By John Stonestreet with G. Shane Morris Some arguments for abortion we hear over and over again. They’re easy to refute, and I’ll tell you how. In the 1940 movie, “The Ghost Breakers,” Bob Hope’s character asks an expert on the supernatural, played by Richard Carlson, about zombies. Carlson’s character …

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Having dismantled standard pro-abortion talking points, columnist can’t see how illogical it is to stand by and do nothing

  By Dave Andrusko Anyone who keeps track of the abortion debate is painfully aware how amazing it is that some observers can tip-toe right to the edge, conclude that all the reasons for abortion are examples of shoddy and/or self-exculpatory reasoning, and then….punt. Or better put, say “Forget how I have just decimated the …

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When They Say… You Say: It’s Not a Human Being [Person], It’s Just a Blob of Tissue

  Olivia Gans Turner and Mary Spaulding Balch, J.D. Editor’s note. This appeared in the December 1997, edition of National Right to Life News and was part one of a five-part series, “When They Say… You Say.” The series addressed the importance of carefully selecting the best language to convey our pro-life message. The series’ …

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“Every child a wanted child” and other social arguments

By Mary Spaulding Balch and Olivia Gans Turner Editor’s note.  This was the fourth in a series of columns devoted to showing pro-lifers how to counter the most common arguments made on behalf of abortion and ran in the April 14, 1998 edition of National Right to Life News. All of each need to be …

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