Study finds 48% of postabortion women were coerced

By Sarah Terzo Jessica Stanton writes about a study on how postabortion women were coerced into abortions: “In a study conducted by Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, Dr. Ian Gentles, and Dr. Elizabeth Ring–Cassidy published in 2013 in ‘Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women’, the authors asked 101 women to share their abortion stories. When they were asked …

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A new pro-death litany: Pro-choice, Pro-abortion, Pro-healthy child

By Dave Andrusko I wrote this nearly two years ago. I never underestimate the speed with which pro-abortionist descend into insanity but to be honest when I wrote this in May 2017, I thought they were bottoming out. I could not possibly have been more wrong. As pro-abortionists (see Democratic Party) embrace a position that …

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The NYT laments flurry of pro-life legislation in quasi-incoherent editorial

By Dave Andrusko The media flagship of the Abortion Movement—the New York Times—offered an intriguing editorial Thursday’s newspaper worth thinking about. The headline reads, “What Happens When Lawmakers Run Out of Abortion Restrictions to Pass.” As you would expect, the editorial is wrong on many specifics and quasi-hysterical on others. But it offers some interesting …

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Twin Babies Survive Planned Parenthood Chemical Abortion

By Katie Franklin Physician Brent Boles is taking the internet by storm once again with a Facebook post about a pregnant patient whose chemical abortion failed to take the life of not one, but both of her unborn children. Pregnant with twins, the patient didn’t know she was expecting more than one baby until after …

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Abortion clinic director on why women pay in advance

By Sarah Terzo Laura Moody, director of abortion clinic Hope Clinic, on why they have women pay in advance: “It’s the nature of the business. Unlike a family doctor, we don’t have a long-term relationship with the patient. They may have used an assumed name or a wrong address or phone number.” They do not …

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Kentucky Gov. signs bill to ban abortions based on sex, race, or disability

By Dave Andrusko As anticipated, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has signed House Bill 5 into law. The measure, which bans abortions because of a child’s sex, race, or a disability such as Down syndrome, includes an emergency clause, meaning HB 5 went into effect immediately upon Gov. Bevin signing the bill on Tuesday. HB 5 …

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Vermont’s hostility to legal recourse for women whose unborn children have been murdered by criminals

Is there no limit to the savagery of the abortion absolutist? By Dave Andrusko NRL News Today has posted numerous stories specifying in detail just how rabidly pro-abortion a number of proposed state laws actually are. You know the grim details: abortion through “40 weeks” (in the words of Va. Del. Nancy Tran); allowing non-physicians …

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Mother of child with Down syndrome speaks out against abortion

By Sarah Terzo The mother of a child with Down Syndrome wrote: “When I hear about people who have aborted such a child [with Down syndrome] because they didn’t want him to have to “live a life like that,” I am incredulous. How someone comes to the conclusion that not allowing a child to live …

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Beto O’Rourke doubles down on support for third trimester abortion

By Dave Andrusko Let’s be honest. In a field of rabidly pro-abortion Democrats running for President, there is no way former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke would even think about breaking with the new party orthodoxy—abortion on demand through the third trimester. After all, while a member of Congress, O’Rourke supported a piece of legislation that …

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“The Missing Project”: A pro-life video project tells the impact of 50 years of legal abortion in Canada

By We Need A Law This year marks the 50th anniversary of legal abortion in Canada. The Missing Project seeks to tell the story of abortion in Canada by featuring fifty stories of Canadians whose lives have been touched by it. We are teaming up with organizations across Canada to film 50 personal testimonies showing …

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Pro-abortion on demand Beto O’Rourke fantasized as a teenager about running over two children

By Dave Andrusko It was just last Thursday that pro-abortion former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke announced he was running for President. In just five days, he has (a) made statements about abortion that reveal just how out of touch he is with Americans, including positions at odds with most ordinary Democrats; (b) had stories written …

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Tearing off arms and legs and crushing the skulls of pain-capable unborn children is barbarism

By Paul Stark Editor’s note. Paul Stark is Communications Associate for Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. This letter to the editor appeared in the Duluth News Tribune. The letter, “A 20-week abortion ban has to be opposed,” criticized federal legislation to protect unborn children after 20 weeks, when substantial scientific evidence indicates they can experience …

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