Children at pro-abortion march wear “I’m a choice” pins

By Sarah Terzo Sarah Weddington wrote about the people she saw at The March for Women’s Lives, a pro-abortion march in Washington DC: “I remember various images from that day… A man in a big cowboy hat carrying a sign that read: “Cowboys for Choice”; a number of older women identifying themselves as “Menopausal Women …

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She Deserves to Be a Choice?

Abortion Ads Defend the Indefensible By John Stonestreet & G. Shane Morris The abortion industry has a public-relations problem. Make no mistake: in this case, it’s not the medium, it’s the message. It’s hard to tug on people’s heartstrings when your business is stopping hearts. In spite of this, abortion providers like Planned Parenthood have …

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During my abortion they ‘turned the screen away so I couldn’t see my baby’

By Kaitlyn Heyd Years before my son, I chose abortion. It was my choice. Maybe because of where I was at in life. Maybe because I was too ashamed to carry a child at the time. Maybe because I didn’t know more. I wish I had known more. I knew I wanted abortion, but even …

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Exhausting: Rewire.com Drive-By attack on women helping centers is Short on Facts, Long on “Fake”

By Jay Hobbs In case the memo hasn’t yet reached your cubicle, let’s get right to the point: the abortion cheer squad really—really, really, really, really, to borrow from Carly Rae Jepsen—hates choice, so long as that choice isn’t abortion. In fact, the latest attack on pro-life alternatives to abortion shows just how desperate abortion …

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Canadian opponents of “Cassie and Molly’s Law” jeopardize women and choice

Ottawa, October 18 – Those who spoke against Bill C-225 (Protection of Pregnant Women and Their Preborn Children Act or “Cassie and Molly’s Law”) in yesterday evening’s debate are endangering Canadian women and the choices they make. They may not be doing so in principle, but certainly in effect. Bill C-225 addresses gender-based violence, specifically …

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Editorial defends CPCs against baseless NARAL charges

By Dave Andrusko When the Supreme Court overturned portions of the 2013 Texas pro-life bill, the five-member majority swallowing the argument that abortion is as safe as a walk in the park hook, line, and sinker. An editorial in The Oklahoman yesterday secondarily addressed that highly dubious conclusion after first defending the saintly work of …

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Abortion Fans Love Choice… Unless that Choice is Life

By Jay Hobbs If 2015 ended with the abortion lobby encouraging women to #ShoutYourAbortion, 2016 is beginning on a distinctly different note. The abortion lobby has a very clear message for 145 mothers who were in the process of undergoing an abortion but have since given birth thanks to the RU-486 Reversal process: Your story …

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“The Cost of ‘Choice’: Women Evaluate the Impact of Abortion”

Edited by Erika Bachiochi and reviewed by Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This review is one of those perennials that I like to run every so often, both because the book is so substantive and because we are forever adding new readers who may never have heard of this terrific book. Let me be honest. When …

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“Not in Her Shoes”: Old wine in New wineskins

By Dave Andrusko Over the past six months, of all the hundreds of stories we’ve written, the post that received the second most responses was our informed speculation why Planned Parenthood was backing off its long-time use of the term “pro-choice.” [“Pro-Choice” Passé? Much more than that behind PPFA’s shift in language.] While we weren’t …

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The lesson of the TIME magazine cover story: the truth hurts!

By Dave Andrusko The TIME magazine lead story this week has pro-abortion feminists’ knickers in a knot. We’ve talked several times about the heated response to Kate Pickert’s  “What Choice? Abortion-rights activists won an epic victory in Roe v. Wade. They’ve been losing every since,” and for good reason. Pickert’s account is really two stories …

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