Continuing to write about abortion to make it much less likely there is ever another Kermit Gosnell

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through August 27. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. Christine Flowers is a prodigious poster on Facebook, …

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To you—the unsung heroes of the Pro-Life Movement

By Dave Andrusko For the last 23 or so years, I’ve led a Sunday morning class that is as stimulating as anything I’ve ever been a part of. Yesterday we talked about “influencers”—who have been the most important people in shaping our worldview ? Whom, I asked (to slightly paraphrase Tim Keller), has assisted you …

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Pro-abortionist laments that pro-lifers are “killing it on Twitter”

By Dave Andrusko National Right to Life has a burgeoning presence on social media—pretty much on the whole spectrum. As is the case both with individuals and organizations, NRLC’s largest “footprint” is on Facebook and Twitter. Indeed, literally as I began writing this post, NRLC sent out a tweet that read, “Vermont Gov. Phil Scott …

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Pro-lifers refuse to be intimidated

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I vividly recall the morning of a March for Life some years ago, when I discovered that my car had been broken into. The driver’s side window was shattered and my sense of peace initially wavered. And then I did what any dedicated pro-lifer would do: …

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Thousands of pro-lifers witness for the unborn in London at UK March for Life

BY SPUC—The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children As many as 5000 pro-lifers braved the unpredictable weather on Saturday to march on Parliament for the 2019 March for Life UK. “This Parliament Has Got It Wrong” Obianuju Ekeocha of Culture of Life Africa, who kicked off the speeches at the end of the March, …

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What do pro-lifers stand for and against?

By Paul Stark Every human being matters, and we ought to act accordingly. The media often use the label “anti-abortion” to describe pro-life advocates. It’s true that we oppose abortion—and infanticide, euthanasia and embryo-destructive research. But we are only against those things because we are for something else. What we are for What are we …

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Irish journalist: mocking pro-lifers is a “bloodsport” among journalists

By Sarah Terzo Jason Walsh, Irish reporter, says: “Mocking antiabortion campaigners is a bloodsport among journalists…” James Walsh, Ireland’s Modern Proposal (Not Safe for Work Corporation, 2013) Kindle edition. Editor’s note. This appeared at Clinic Quotes and is reposted with permission.

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The Unborn Children: More Precious Than a Diamond

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I vividly recall the diamond that my father bought to replace the ring that had been stolen from my mother in a hotel room during their honeymoon. The diamond was small, yet exquisite to my child’s eyes. It was all that my father could afford. I …

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“There is always a reason to choose life!”

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Next year the National Right to Life Affiliate where I work, the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, marks a milestone in its illustrious history. In 2019 PA Pro-Life celebrates its 40th anniversary. I was not around for the founding of the Federation in April of 1979. But I …

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Religious Baptist has abortion

By Sarah Terzo An article in the New York Times profiled women having abortions. This is the story of one woman: “Alexia, a Baptist who wore a cross pendant, prayed all through the two-and-a-half-hour drive from Delta State University in Mississippi. She was having her third abortion.” She says: “My religion is against it. In …

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“A Million Little Things” ‘Unexpected’ Surprise: Widow Chooses Life in Abortion Clinic

By Annie Piper On Wednesday night’s episode of ABC’s A Million Little Things, titled “Unexpected,” Delilah (Stephanie Szostak) was grappling with an unplanned pregnancy. At first thought to be the baby of her late husband John, it is later revealed that the baby’s father is Eddie, with whom she was having an affair. Throughout the …

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You Can Never End Abortion If You Vote For It

By Ryan Scott Bomberger This article was originally published in 2016. It has been updated. Editor’s note. This appeared at the Radiance Foundation and is reposted with permission. I have to laugh when I hear liberals accuse social conservatives of being “single-issue” voters. Of course voters, like me, are concerned about a whole plethora of issues …

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