‘Slippery Slope to Infanticide’: Why I’m Opposing the Unlawful Florida Abortion Ballot Initiative

By Mat Staver  Editor’s note. This was published before oral arguments were heard by the Florida Supreme Court on February 7. “No law shall restrict … abortion.” These four words are at the crux of the abortion amendment I’m opposing before the Florida Supreme Court on February 7.    I am presenting an oral argument in Tallahassee …

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Prolife coalition of 35 groups sends letter to House Leadership asking them to stop DC medical examiner from destroying ‘potential evidence of infanticide’

By Dave Andrusko The Washington Examiner reported earlier today that a coalition of 35 pro-life groups, including National Right to Life, has written to Speaker of the House Mike Johnson and Majority Leader Steve Scalise imploring them not to allow the pro-abortion Biden administration to dispose of five aborted babies found outside the Foggy Bottom Washington Surgi-Clinic two …

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Even “pagans” reject infanticide

By Monica Snyder, Executive Director, Secular Pro-life First Things, a conservative Catholic magazine, recently published “We Are Repaganizing” by Louise Perry. It is an eloquent article exploring possible relationships between abortion, euthanasia, and the decline of Christianity in Western civilization. A friend asked for my thoughts on the piece, which I’ve decided to reprint here: I …

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‘Not nice Lucy!’: the fun-loving nurse who is modern England’s worst baby killer

By Michael Cook Last week English neonatal nurse Lucy Letby was found guilty of murdering seven babies and attempting to kill six others. The attacks took place between June 2015 and June 2016 in a ward for premature babies in Countess of Chester Hospital, in the city of Chester. On Monday the 33-year-old nurse was …

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Neonatal Nurse Sentenced to Life in Prison for murdering 7 Babies and Attempting to Murder 6 More

By Dave Andrusko After a ten month trial and an investigation that stretched back five years, Lucy Letby, who worked in the neonatal ward of the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester, England, was sentenced Monday to life in prison without possibility of parole for murdering seven infants and attempting to murder six others in 2015 …

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Nurse Lucy Letby convicted of killing seven babies in the neonatal unit in Chester, England

By Dave Andrusko After a ten month trial and an investigation that stretched back five years, Lucy Letby, who worked in the neonatal ward of the Countess of Chester Hospital in Chester, England, has been convicted of murdering seven infants and attempting to murder six others in 2015 and 2016. Letby  will be sentenced at Manchester Crown …

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New poll shows overwhelming opposition to infanticide & majority support to overturn or modify Roe

By Dave Andrusko Kudos to John Sexton for cutting right to the chase: The Hill [newspaper] has exclusively released another Harvard CAPS/Harris poll, this one on the topic of abortion. The headline of the Hill piece is “Nearly half of Americans say Supreme Court should uphold Roe v. Wade.” That’s accurate but it overlooks the …

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Why Democrats must be soft on infanticide

By Dave Andrusko Elsewhere today I plan to write about a post that appears on a pro-abortion site that cynically dismisses as “just politics” our concerns over babies aborted because they have Down syndrome. If you read my interpretation of the writer, you’ll see that the only way they can live with their consciences is …

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How opposition to protecting abortion survivors points to growing specter of infanticide

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life In late February, the U.S. Senate tried to pass legislation requiring ordinary medical care for newborn babies who survive abortion—the medical care any other infants born alive at the same age would receive. Abortion advocacy groups like Planned Parenthood and NARAL opposed it. Forty-four senators …

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Kermit Gosnell: a precursor to today’s defenders of infanticide

By Dave Andrusko Over at “One Gosnell Myth that endures”, we talked about how Monday, May 13 was the 6th anniversary of the day the jury found abortionist Kermit Gosnell guilty of three counts of first degree murder and one count of involuntary manslaughter. The myth I was referring to is the enduring mythunderstanding that …

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Another failed effort to hide Democrats’ support for infanticide

By Dave Andrusko You can always, always, always tell when you’ve uncovered a truth that anti-life forces desperately want kept hidden. They will scream to high heaven, mix categories so as to blur the point, and insist that they would never do what they just got through suggesting they would do. Welcome to infanticide by …

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Pro-abortion excuses for infanticide have a familiar ring

By Dave Andrusko The resemblances are uncanny. I am referring to the Democrats’ response to the need to protect abortion survivors today and what they were saying during the long, long debate over partial-birth abortions (PBA) in the 1990s and early 2000s. We were told incessantly that PBAs didn’t take place. Who would deliver all …

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