How medical residents wrested their consciences into submission

By Dave Andrusko Sarah Terzo’s except from an academic study posted elsewhere today inspired me to revisit the personal stories from young residents that appeared in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, under the headline “Four Residents’ Narratives on Abortion Training: A Residency Climate of Reflection, Support, and Mutual Respect.” I first learned of the …

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Pro-Choicer: when life begins depends on your feelings

By Sarah Terzo MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry said on her show: “When does life begin? I submit the answer depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents. A powerful feeling – but not science.” Cassy Fiano, “Abortion-backer Melissa Harris-Perry: Life begins whenever you feel like it does” Live Action News July 24, 2013. …

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True altruism mangled by abortion apologist

By Dave Andrusko I suppose there only so many pro-abortion iterations. You can, for example, just simple admit that annillihating an unborn child is an exercise in “autonomy” so fundamental to a woman’s very being it is an action beyond being judged. Or you can insist that in a sense you are doing the baby …

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Pro-abortionist battles to excise “my own internalized abortion stigma”

By Dave Andrusko The Abortion Establishment, worried that the “war on women” has reached its expiration date and fresh out of new ideas, is trying to rehabilitate abortion. I mean by that reframing the deaths of unborn children as (alternatively) a positive good or something beyond evaluation (for a host of contradictory reasons). The common …

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