Abortion does not cure domestic violence

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It is one of the most painful situations that can befall a woman–one that can lead to feelings of powerlessness, sadness, and despair. National statistics indicate that, every minute in this country, 20 people are assaulted by an intimate partner. It’s a crime that’s often hidden …

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Too bad they can’t be sued for journalism malpractice

By Dave Andrusko How does it go? “There are none so blind as those who will not see.” Case in point, media bias in general, absurd pro-abortion media bias, in particular. Periodically, various media outlets make a gesture (it’s never more than that) in the direction of treating both sides to the abortion debate in …

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Abortionists and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)

By Nancy Valko In an ironically titled May 4, 2019 MedPage article “Panel: Abortion Providers Are People, Too,” a panel of “abortion providers” claim that “Doctors (are) a lost voice in abortion political battle, media coverage.” The panel was held at the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists (ACOG) annual meeting. It maintained that “Abortion …

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A pro-abortion editorial awash in cynicism and dishonesty

By Dave Andrusko Last week we reposted a legislative alert from Rhode Island Right to Life. It combined gratitude (the Senate Judiciary Committee had just defeated the Senate version of the radical abortion-expansion bill by 5-4 “while holding the House version of the bill for further study”) with caution —a call for pro-lifers “to remain …

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MCCL GO encourages World Health Assembly to ‘leave no one behind’

Health leaders should strive to ensure care for every member of the human family—including unborn children GENEVA — Leading health officials from around the world converged today in Geneva, Switzerland, for the start of the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA), which will focus on the goal of universal health coverage. MCCL Global Outreach (GO) encourages …

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Pro-Life Apologetics Spread the Truth

By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The panic is almost palpable. Abortion supporters are screaming proverbial “Fire!” all over social and mainstream media, attempting to create mass hysteria over recent developments. Facts are distorted, truths half-told. Why are they ramping up their rhetoric? The Alabama ban on abortions. The Ohio and Georgia bills …

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Fifty Canadians share their abortion stories to mark 50 years of legal abortion

The Missing Project documents what Canadians miss when they ignore this issue. By We Need a Law On May 14th, 1969, Parliament legalized abortion but few films have shown the impact of this change on Canadians. The Missing Project marks the anniversary of the 1969 law, by sharing 50 stories of Canadians from across the …

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STUDY: Nets Savage ‘Extreme’ Georgia/Alabama Laws, Ignore NY’s Radical Late Term Abortion Bill

By Geoffrey Dickens Network anchors and reporters are currently freaking out over Georgia, Alabama and Missouri passing laws designed to protect the rights of the unborn, having already devoted almost an hour (59 minutes, 38 seconds) of coverage (May 7-16) to the these new laws. But when New York passed a radical law legalizing late …

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A look at The Laura and John Arnold Foundation which pours millions into the abortion industry and its political arms

By Dave Andrusko Over the years, pro-lifers have read story after story about billionaires pouring millions upon millions of their virtually limitless resources into advancing abortion both at home and abroad. Their favorite beneficiary is, of course, Planned Parenthood (and International Planned Parenthood) but there are many others. The names are familiar and a who’s …

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Big victory in R.I., but pro-aborts not giving in

From Rhode Island Right to Life Last night, the Senate Judiciary Committee defeated the Senate version of the radical abortion-expansion bill by a vote of 4 Yeas to 5 Nays, while holding the House version of the bill for further study. A troubling statement, purportedly from the office of the Senate President, was subsequently posted …

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2020 Election: Where do the Presidential Candidates Stand on Abortion?

By Karen Cross, National Right to Life political director Editor’s note. This is a page one story that appears in the digital May edition of National Right to Life News. Please be sure to share this 41-page edition far and wide. We count on you to “get the word out.” Democrats have their sights set …

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Pregnant mother given little support by doctors when she decided not to abort her daughter with Down syndrome

By Sarah Terzo Dee Bird was told her baby had Down syndrome and that she only had a 1% chance of surviving until birth. Abortion was suggested, but Bird decided to have her daughter Amellia. She says: “As long as Amellia is healthy and strong, she was showing me that she was putting up a …

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