By Dave Andrusko As we reported in three separate posts today, the Supreme Court last night granted a Shreveport, Louisiana abortion facility’s emergency stay request, which means, for now, Louisiana is again thwarted in its attempt to enforce Act 620. The 2014 law does no more than require that abortionists have admitting privileges at a …Continue reading "Was the Supreme Court’s “Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt” decision based on sound research?"
By Dave Andrusko A congressional subcommittee heard testimony today from three experts on the now-more-important-than-ever issue of ethical alternatives to scavenging fetal tissue from aborted babies. As NRL News Today has reported over the past few days, the Trump administration is planning to fund such alternatives with $20 million over the next two years. This …Continue reading "Scientific experts tell House subcommittee there are many proven alternatives to using tissue from aborted babies for research"
Use Materials from the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. and Joseph Landrum It seems as if you’re barely back from summer vacation and your teacher asks you to do a report or a research paper on a current event. You’re pro-life, you’d like to write a paper on …Continue reading "The secret to doing well on that Pro-Life Research Paper?"
By Dave Andrusko NRL News Today covers an incredibly broad spectrum of issues, but, necessarily, we pay much of our attention to threats to innocent life that are “in the news.” But I try as often as I can to talk about issues that may seem to be on the back burner–indeed, may even seem …Continue reading "Debunking the myths about human fetal tissue, extolling the ethical alternatives"
Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared at Weneedalaw.ca and is reposted with permission. A recent study from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute looked at women in the U.S. who have had multiple abortions. They found that 45% or more of patients seeking an abortion had already had one or more previously. Their …Continue reading "Age, abortion, and “the impressive jump in logic common to pro-abortion ‘research’”"
By Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. It seems as if you’re barely back from summer vacation and your teacher asks you to do a report or a research paper on a current event. You’re pro-life, you’d like to write a paper on some aspect of the abortion issue, but how do you get started and what …Continue reading "Using materials from the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund will help you do well on that Pro-Life Research Paper"
By Maria Feeney, Tara Sander Lee and Kathleen M. Schmainda Two bills have recently been introduced in the Wisconsin Legislature to provide a path forward for biomedical research that honors the dignity of the human beings that it is meant to serve. These are the Fetal Remains Respect Act and the Unborn Child Disposition and …Continue reading "Fetal tissue from abortions is (still) not needed for research or medical treatments"
By Nancy Flanders At their 20-week ultrasound, Josh and Kelli Shook learned that their preborn son Jude had a rare condition that would cause him to die at birth. They were devastated, but held onto their faith, and after deep prayer, they received new hope for their son. In November, Josh’s parents, Kerry and Chris, …Continue reading "Video: Parents of baby given no chance of survival tell of ‘miracle after miracle’"
By David Prentice, PhD Editor’s note. The following ran May 11, 2016 and was, indeed prophetic. Just as Prof. Prentice predicted, there are loud calls to “scrap” the self-imposed “limit” on the age allowed for experiments on human embryos, currently 14 days. We read this in The Guardian: Later this week some of the world’s …Continue reading "Scientists proposing eliminating 14-day limit for experimenting on human embryos"