By WeNeedaLaw Editor’s note. WeNeedaLaw is a Canadian-based pro-life organization. Nearly 50 years ago, a group of women calling themselves the Abortion Caravan travelled across Canada to storm Parliament, demanding easier access to abortion. They rallied, they shouted, and some chained themselves to chairs inside Parliament, determined to be heard. The CBC highlighted this event recently, …Continue reading "“Reproductive rights” will “not be the answer to our happiness, success, or development as a society”"
By Katie Yoder This November, Olivia Wilde is casting her vote for “reproductive rights,” something she defines as a “basic human right.” In a YouTube video released Tuesday, the 32-year-old actress encouraged Americans to vote based on the issues they care about. For her, she said, that means voting on “reproductive rights.” (She avoided the …Continue reading "Pregnant Olivia Wilde Voting For ‘Reproductive Rights’"
By Rai Rojas Editor’s note: This first appeared on Rai’s blog. In a few hours thousands of women representing hundreds of organizations, some which profit directly from abortion, will ask and lobby the United Nations to adopt resolutions that will guarantee abortion as a global human right. They’re going to do this by insisting that …Continue reading "What Women Want"
By Dave Andrusko Continuing our series of posts explaining how pro-abortionists are treating what happened in 2015 and what they are (gloomily) forecasting for 2016, at this point I’d be talking about “Who Decides? The Status of Women’s Reproductive Rights in the United States.” Ordinarily by this time NARAL Pro-Choice would have produced what will …Continue reading "Pro-abortion Population Institute gives United States a D+ on “reproductive rights and health”"
By Dave Andrusko Kudos to The Hill for running a story that alerted me to a new report from the Center for Reproductive Rights–“2015 State of the States: Fighting Back by Pushing Forward.” Having read the 32-page report, I believe it’s well worth discussing how a pro-abortion “legal advocacy organization” that is among the busiest …Continue reading "What can we learn from a pro-abortion legal advocacy organization’s summary of 2015 state legislation?"
By Jonathon Van Maren This week, my colleagues and volunteers and I are at the University of Central Florida, debating university students on abortion and making the case, through conversational apologetics and abortion victim photography, that abortion is a human rights violation. As the inevitable pro-abortion protestors began to show up with their hand-made signs, …Continue reading "Why abortion is not a “reproductive right”"
By Dave Andrusko Okay, since pro-lifers are likened to those who question gravity (when we aren’t lying), I suppose I should take offense at Amanda Marcotte’s “Five Ways to Ensure Scientifically Accurate Reporting on Reproductive Rights” rather than laugh out loud. But I couldn’t help myself. As I have written many times, does anyone …Continue reading "Pro-abortionist offers five “simple fixes” to make media coverage even more pro-abortion"
By Dave Andrusko Full-throated, pedal to the metal editorials by pro-abortion newspapers are—as strange as it sounds—very much worth the time of pro-lifers to read. In this case I’m thinking of the 987-word skein that ran last week in the St. Louis Post Dispatch titled, “Political ambitions fuel Republican effort to restrict reproductive rights.” …Continue reading "Pro-abortion editorial runs off the deep end, reminding us who real “extremists” are"
By Dave Andrusko On Wednesday we will provide a more detailed critique of NARAL’s 23rd annual “Who Decides? The Status of Women’s Reproductive Rights in the United States,” which was formally released today. As is NARAL’s tradition, the nation as a whole received a near failing grade: a D-. In fact half of the …Continue reading "On “Reproductive Rights, “ NARAL gives nation a D-"
By Dave Andrusko The last item for this week’s editions of National Right to Life News Today was spurred by a piece that appeared this week in a Democratic magazine, The American Prospect, under the headline, “Abortion: the New Wedge Issue.” Since it is late in the day and later in the week, I will …Continue reading "“Of course they knew, they just didn’t care”"