By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This story of gross immaturity and faithlessness from one year back is, alas, all too common. “Narratively” describes itself as “a digital publication and storytelling studio that prides itself on looking beyond the news headlines and clickbait, focusing instead on ordinary people with extraordinary stories.” I dunno, but at least …Continue reading "The childish man who is a party to two abortions"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This post which ran a year ago addresses the perennial question of persuasion and some thoughts on overcoming barriers to our life-affirming message. The great 19th Century historian W.E. Lecky somewhere observes that the spread of any idea depends not only on its intrinsic power but also on the predisposition …Continue reading "Piercing through the clouds that darken our moral horizons"
Editor’s note. This testimony from Christina Bennett, which was reposted exactly one year ago, generated the most “likes” of any story we have ever posted. Ever. On June 4, 2019, the House Judiciary, Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, led by pro-abortion Democrats, had held a hearing on “Threats to Reproductive Rights …Continue reading "The Roe v Wade decision has led to the deaths of over 20 million Black babies"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. NRL Director of Education & Research Editor’s note. With roughly 40% (and growing) of all abortions chemically-induced, today’s story that appeared from one year ago could not be more timely. With chemical abortions [“medication” abortions, in pro-abortion parlance] continually on the rise, you would expect that pro-abortion advocacy groups would …Continue reading "Why the number of Emergency Room visits are a very misleading measure of the safety of chemical abortions"
By Nancy Valko In 1985, I was asked to show the new film “The Silent Scream” (still online) at a local community college for the students. I was anxious to show this amazing 30 minute film showing an actual abortion on ultrasound and narrated by the late Dr. Bernard Nathanson, a former abortionist who was …Continue reading "Exposing Abortion: “The Silent Scream” and “Unplanned”"
Clearly suggests he expects much more litigation to follow By Dave Andrusko Many pro-lifers were left speechless, not when U.S. District Judge Howard Sachs issued a temporary restraining order against portions of a pro-life Missouri law but when he did not ban enforcement of HB 126’s ban on abortions for the reasons of race, sex, …Continue reading "Judge partially reneges on previous order allowing parts of Missouri law to stand"
By Sarah Terzo One woman shared her abortion story in the journal America: “A terrible, raw guilt had festered in me for many years. Ever since the day I had walked into a trendy women’s health clinic and filled out the paperwork for what I believed was a simple medical procedure. At the time I …Continue reading "Pro-choice and atheist, woman nevertheless felt remorse over her abortion"
By Jonathon Van Maren One of Canada’s best pro-life bloggers is Pat Maloney, who writes at Run With Life and has consistently made use of Freedom of Access to Information Requests to uncover shocking and sobering information about Canada’s ugly abortion regime. Her work on the issue of babies born alive in Canada after abortions …Continue reading "In Canada, babies are born alive and die after abortions–150 in 2018 alone"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. We’re running a separate story today about pro-abortion Meaghan Winter, whose new book is coming out next month. This story first ran a while back and details the truths about abortion which Winter (inadvertently) revealed. IMHO, it is must reading. When there is even an ounce of honesty in them, …Continue reading "The abortion accounts of 26 women weep with pain and regret and remorse"
By Calvin Freiburger Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at LifeSiteNews. AUGUSTA, Maine– Two new pro-abortion laws took effect in Maine this past week, one expanding the ability to commit abortions from actual doctors to physician assistants and some types of nurses, and another requiring certain health insurance plans to pay for abortions. …Continue reading "Maine enforces new laws for health plans to cover abortions, non-doctors to commit them"
By We Need a Law Earlier this year, we told you about an effort in Windsor, Ontario to stop a peaceful pro-life group from praying outside the local hospital. A local abortion activist group began a petition to pressure the Windsor Regional Hospital to apply for a bubble zone to block the activities of the …Continue reading "Windsor, Ontario Hospital declines to apply for a “bubble zone”"
By Sarah Terzo From a pro-choice author who interviewed post-abortion women: “Linda’s initial reaction to both abortions was a deep physical sensation of sadness; she recalled a period of time after each procedure when she felt an overwhelming sense of loss. Reporting on her response to the first abortion, Linda said, “I felt astonished at …Continue reading "Woman experiences great physical sense of sadness after abortions"