Ugly details coming out about attempted forced abortion of mentally challenged young woman 22 weeks pregnant

By Dave Andrusko Nothing about court-ordered abortion of a mentally challenged young woman made sense. Now, following a June… Read More

4 years ago

My deep sadness this Canada Day

By Mark Pickup Editor’s note. With our own Independence Day coming tomorrow, I thought of this post which first ran… Read More

5 years ago

A very timely reminder: the disabled were the Nazis’ first victims

By Dave Andrusko It can’t be said too often that too often we know very little about history--and what we… Read More

6 years ago

Parents refused abortion for their disabled daughter, say she “never stops smiling”

By Texas Right to Life. Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will… Read More

6 years ago

Legalising assisted dying is dangerous for disabled people, not compassionate

By Liz Carr Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will occasionally add… Read More

6 years ago

Anthropologist: giving birth to disabled children is “crime against humanity” – abort instead

By Sarah Terzo When the fight to legalize abortion was just beginning in the late 1960s, some in the academic… Read More

6 years ago

Peter Singer Thinks Intellectually Disabled Less Valuable than Pigs

By Wesley J. Smith In his apologetics for infanticide, Princeton bioethicist Peter Singer has used baby with Down syndrome… Read More

6 years ago

Is abortion justified when baby is “disabled”?

By Paul Stark The New York Times once published an article titled “My Abortion, at 23 Weeks.” The author explains… Read More

6 years ago

Woman with spina bifida speaks out against abortion

By Sarah Terzo The late author and theologian James Tunstead Burtchaell received the following letter from disabled woman and… Read More

6 years ago

Liz Carr triumphs in “Assisted Suicide: The Musical”

By Paul Russell, Founder, Hope Australia No, it's not typo in the headline. UK Actress, Comedian, Broadcaster, star of… Read More

6 years ago

The British Department of Health approves roll-out of Non Invasive Pre-Natal Testing (NIPT), despite medics concerns

Editor’s note. This comes from SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. The Department of Health announced on Saturday… Read More

7 years ago

Disabled man: I would’ve Chosen to Live

By Sarah Terzo Glenn Little, president of the Disabled Persons Association, in Victoria Australia, who has cerebral palsy: “If I… Read More

7 years ago