Abortion worker describes abortion as “a woman’s pain”

By Sarah Terzo A man whose partner had an abortion called the clinic to ask about counseling for them both: “The receptionist told me when I phoned [the abortion clinic], and asked if counseling was available: “It’s the woman’s pain, and not the man’s, so you can’t get any counseling here, even if you wanted… …

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The conscience rights of health practitioners must be protected

A New South Wales bill could deter some of the brightest and best from entering health services By Greg Walsh One of the main concerns about the Bill recently introduced to amend New South Wales [NSW] laws on abortion is how health practitioners with a conscientious objection to participating in abortion will be regulated. Under …

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MSNBC’s Ruhle Frets Not Enough Abortion Talk by Democrats

By Brad Wilmouth On Friday’s Velshi and Ruhle show, MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle fretted over Democratic presidential candidates not taking the U.S. Supreme Court seriously enough as an issue, and particularly the Court’s influence on abortion rights, as she devoted a segment to the issue. Correspondent Shannon Pettypiece worried that moderates might side with Republicans …

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Congressman tells the truth about the reality of attempted abortions and infanticide

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation In any other context, it would be huge news. But because the story came up at a Congressional hearing held by the pro-life Republican House minority, it did not lead the evening news broadcasts or even get mentioned. Congressman Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) was among the 43 …

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Pence tells CWA that President Trump will stand strong against abortion and infanticide

By Dave Andrusko Speaking Thursday night at the 40th anniversary of the pro-life Concerned Women for America, Vice President Mike Pence proudly listed the many accomplishment of the first two and one-half years of the Trump Administration. Mr. Pence began by congratulation pro-life Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) chosen as CWA’s 2019 Statesman of the Year. …

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Even the Washington Post tacitly admits Democrats are extremists on abortion

By Dave Andrusko We discussed yesterday how the Major Media, pro-abortion and pro-Democrat with rare exceptions, are sending distress signals to the current crop of presidential wannabes. Like Robby the Robot, they warn there is “Danger” in choosing “to support — and in some cases emphasize — a few policies that are deeply unpopular” (to …

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Nursing journal says handling aborted babies is a “challenging clinical event” for nurses

By Sarah Terzo An article in the Journal of Clinical Nursing says [referring to actions they must take after an abortion]: “… the New Zealand situation would be common in that nurses are frequently required to clean and dress the fetus, ensure transfer to an appropriate receptacle if the mother wants to see it, all …

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Neonatologist tells hearings the “wantedness” of a baby does not determine whether she is treated before or after birth

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Dr. Robin Pierucci, MD, neonatologist and medical director of a 50-bed neonatal intensive-care unit, was one of four witnesses to testify at Tuesday’s hearing entitled “End Infanticide: Examining the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.” As NRL Federal Legislative Director Jennifer Popik, JD, wrote House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.), …

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Planned Parenthood’s exit shifts Title X dollars toward health care, not abortion

By Rep. Ron Estes (R-Ks.) Editor’s note. This op-ed was posted by The Wichita Eagle on September 8, 2019. Kansans for Life forwarded it on today. In April 2019 the Kansas Supreme Court essentially removed all protections for vulnerable women and their unborn children. To fight back, we have to pass a constitutional amendment and …

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Former abortion clinic worker admits sometimes we lied

By Sarah Terzo Kathy Sparks worked at an abortion clinic until she quit in the mid-80s. While her involvement with abortion work took place several decades ago, many of the things that she describes witnessing during her time in the abortion industry are similar to things described by workers who came out of the abortion …

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Rep. Gabbard’s slight deviation from the position of the remainder of the pro-abortion Democrats running for President

By Dave Andrusko When competing with a field of rabidly pro-abortion Democrats running for their party’s presidential nomination to face pro-life Donald Trump, even the slightest shred of commonsense makes you stand out. So, Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard did make some waves in an interview with Dave Rubin. By way of background, Gabbard has earned …

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