By Rebecca Downs The idea of microaggressions and safe spaces have affected the free speech of pro-lifers on campus. One example of this that recently came to light is an online presentation from Longwood University in Virginia, reported on by Campus Reform and Red Alert Politics, which appears to categorize challenging pro-choice thought as an …Continue reading "University presentation claims arguing pro-life view is ‘assault’ microaggression"
By Paul Stark “I’m prepared to accept as a matter of faith … that at the moment of conception there’s human life and being, but I’m not prepared to say that to other God-fearing [and] non-God-fearing people that have a different view,” Vice President Joe Biden said in an interview last fall. “Abortion is always …Continue reading "Personally pro-life, publicly pro-choice?"
By Dave Andrusko We’ve run dozens of stories about the attempt of pro-abortionists to “normalize” abortion by (among other tactics) “telling their stories.”The assumption is not hard to figure out. They believe if woman “openly” talk about their abortions, over time the public will grow used to hearing the stories and conclude, hey, it’s no …Continue reading "The reluctance of even some ardent pro-abortion feminists to tell their own children about their abortions"
Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from a statement from Bishop Kevin C. Rhodes that first appeared on the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend website on March 14. FORT WAYNE, IN — In response to many inquiries, Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades, Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend, the diocese where the University of Notre Dame is …Continue reading "“I believe it is wrong for Notre Dame to honor any ‘pro-choice’ public official with the Laetare Medal”— Bishop Kevin C. Rhodes"
I used to think that babies are some kind of product. Abortion allowed me to return the product to the manufacturer when my heart was defective and my life unstable. I was both distressed by it and grateful for this “God-given option” to empower women.Continue reading "Inside a Pro-Choice mind"
By Sarah Terzo Many pro-choice activists know that despite the pro-choice movement’s propaganda that claims abortion is beneficial to women, at least some women suffer from grief and guilt after their abortions. It is an undeniable fact, as anyone can see by the sheer number of women seeking out emotional healing from organizations such as …Continue reading "Clinic escort: We present abortion in the “cheeriest” way"
By Sarah Terzo It is usually assumed, in the abortion debate, that the fundamental difference between the pro-life and pro-choice positions is the question of when life begins. Pro-life people point to the scientific fact that the life of each organism begins at conception, when the sperm and egg meet to form a new individual …Continue reading "Some pro-choice activists admit abortion kills life: ‘I knew it was a baby’"
By Jonathon Van Maren Sick of hearing bad news all the time? Well, then enjoy what the abortion activists over at Slate.com consider to be bad news: The pro-life movement was so successful in 2015 that their silver lining is a desperate hope that the pro-life movement has made so much progress, Americans will now …Continue reading "The Pro-Choice Movement’s Year of Panic"
By Maria Vitale Gallagher How does it happen that a pro-choice feminist ends up changing her mind and working full-time in the pro-life movement? While I cannot speak for every woman who’s done an about-face on the issue of abortion, I think my experience can be helpful in understanding how it can be that so …Continue reading "How does a pro-choice feminist become a full-time pro-life activist?"
By Dave Andrusko Mark Twain once said, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” Earlier today, we re-posted a terrific story by Maaike Rosendal, “The True Face of the Movement: Pro-Choice is No Choice.” If you read of the blatant intolerance exhibited by “pro-choicers,” you’d have to disagree with Twain. The unwillingness to …Continue reading "Oxford calls off abortion debate, cites “security concerns”"
By Dave Andrusko So the headline in the New York Times reads “Young, Fearless and Not Into Dragons: Ruby Rae Spiegel’s Play ‘Dry Land’ Confronts Abortion.” You know the Times would drool over any play about abortion (unless, of course, the mother chooses not to abort). Add to this that the playwright is a …Continue reading "“Pro-Choice,” “Pro-toys,” and “Do-It-Yourself Abortions”"