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Criminal cases move forward against Indiana and Georgia criminal abortionists

June 20th, 2014 Comments off

by Lauren Enriquez

This has been a busy week for criminal abortionists. The cases of Charles Rossman and Ulrich Klopfer, in Georgia and Indiana, respectively, both moved forward. Rossman heads to prison and it appears that Klopfer may do the same. Read more…

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Miss USA contestant conceived in rape

June 17th, 2014 Comments off

BY TAMARA RAJAKARIAR

I am not a fan of that well-oiled pro-abortion argument, which goes something like, “Well, what about if the woman was raped?” Rape is a terrible crime and it would be natural for the woman to be initially distraught at a resulting pregnancy – but ending the baby’s life is not the solution. Read more…

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Why are men more in favour of abortion?

June 16th, 2014 Comments off

Polls show that men are more liberal on abortion limits than women.

by Philippa Taylor

Most people assume that abortion garners more support from women than men. This is probably because being pro-abortion is seen as a pillar of feminism and calls to reduce abortion limits are usually attacked as being, in some way, a ‘war on women’. As one feminist claimed recently, any stance which seeks to limit women’s access to abortion can very reasonably be opposed on feminist grounds. Read more…

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Disturbing Planned Parenthood Report

June 10th, 2014 Comments off

I hope you saw our new report on six years of lawlessness and abuse by taxpayer-funded Planned Parenthood.  Thousands of people have signed our petition to get America’s largest abortion corporation out of your pocket, and away from your paycheck.

But now there’s more.

Live Action has a new investigative campaign coming.  This footage is so shocking, so sickening, that the full footage from this new investigation will only be available at an age-restricted website. Read more…

Pope Francis, the Holocaust, and abortion

June 6th, 2014 Comments off

BY SHEILA LIAUGMINAS

We need to be reminded of lessons we vow never to forget.

When Pope Francis visited each stop on his Holy Land pilgrimage last weekend, he delivered short but poignant messages, keeping with the way Francis addresses everything he sees and sums up concerning problems for global humanity. Read more…

Motherhood and abortion

May 13th, 2014 Comments off

BY SHEILA LIAUGMINAS

Some headlines, over and beyond Mother’s Day weekend.

New York Post editor William McGurn captured a lot here.

Mother’s Day is a good day in our house, partly because of the general bonhomie that links us with the many moms in our lives. There’s my wife, the mother of my children. There’s also her mother and my mother, both still with us and adored by their grandchildren. Read more…

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The abortion selfie of Emily Letts

May 13th, 2014 Comments off

A young actress gained instant notoriety when she posted her abortion on YouTube.

Kelly Bartlett

Actress Emily Letts works at abortion clinic Cherry Hill Women’s Center in New Jersey, and recently filmed her own abortion so she could tell her “story” and put a “positive” spin on the face of abortion. Read more…

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‘Gosnell’ and ‘Irreplaceable’: The people’s films

May 6th, 2014 Comments off

BY SHEILA LIAUGMINAS

Hollywood has a lot of power. But people are increasingly going around them to get stories told.

So this power duo of Ann McElhinney and her husband Phelim McAleer were doing what they do best, producing and directing documentary films like FrackNation, Mine Your Own Business, and Not Evil Just Wrong, among others with messages they believe in, without any affiliation with pro-life organizations or causes or much thought about it, in the film world. They were working on something else when they learned of the trial of notorious, infamous, murderous abortionist (a redundancy) Kermit Gosnell. Read more…

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Rare footage of a birth control pioneer

May 6th, 2014 Comments off

by Shannon Roberts

A newsreel archive company has recently uploaded 85,000 historic films made between 1896 and 1976 onto Youtube (under than name British Pathe if you want to check them out.  There is the Wright Brothers’ first flight and Queen Victoria’s funeral in 1901 among other things).

One in particular relates to demography.  Planned Parenthood, an organisation which receives huge amounts of funding in the United States, was started by a lady with rather sinister views, Margaret Sanger.  Despite its terrible origins the organisation lives on and has had a huge impact on world demographics. Read more…

Could we choose to dialogue?

April 22nd, 2014 Comments off
“Anti-choice”, “pro-abortion” — let’s stop the name calling and talk about principles.

“Choice” is perhaps the most hotly contested term in the right-to-life debate, and as their self-description suggests, it is the pro-choice side of the argument who consider their understanding of it as the most accurate, principled, and pro-woman. Hence their increasing use of “anti-choice” as a description of pro-life advocates. Read more…

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