Category Archives: Sanctity of Life

My dad showed me what it means to be pro-life

Mitch McConnell commits to abortion ban vote

Iowa Supreme Court allows telemedicine abortion program to go on

Iowa Supreme Court rules in favor of telemedicine abortions

Ohio files motion to close last Toledo abortion clinic for breaking state law

Abortion and preterm birth: Educational campaign recognizes the well-documented link

    Lozier Institute: Baby Elizabeth was born nine weeks premature. With under-developed lungs, she struggled to breathe and needed to remain in intensive care in the hospital for two and a half weeks. “I couldn’t even hold her for the first five days… We dressed her in doll clothes,” says Jenn, her mother, recalling Elizabeth’s tiny size. Jenn attributes her daughter’s premature birth – and a host of other health complications – to a previous abortion she had, and now shares her story as part of a newly-launched educational campaign called Prevent Preterm.

  • Posted: 06/19/2015
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Senate will vote on pro-life bill banning late-term abortions after 20 weeks

Iowa Supreme Court overturns ban on dangerous webcam abortions

Planned Parenthood’s claim that ’60 percent’ of voters oppose 20-week abortion ban

Down Syndrome Abortion Ban voted out of committee with bipartisan support

Pope Francis’ encyclical is about more than climate change. It’s about culture

Ohio Committee passes bill to make it the second state to ban abortions based on Down syndrome

Tax dollars could be spent to “nudge” older people to agree to premature death under Senate bill

Kirsten Powers is an antiabortion, antiwar evangelical liberal who works for Fox News. Got a problem with that?

Experts on aging, dying as they lived

Unused embryos pose difficult issue: What to do with them

Gosnell’ movie producers to publish book about ‘America’s Biggest Serial Killer’

Beyond Gruber: How HHS flip-flopped on federal exchange subsidies

Decarbonization and abortion

Dana Milbank’s war on facts

You’re alive today because of this 19th century doctor

Texas Governor Abbott signs House Bill 3074 into law

Dana Milbank is so dishonest, interviewees have to post their email correspondence to correct record

After all these years, abortion advocates still have no idea what motivates pro-lifers

Doctors told parents to abort baby Easton, but he is fighting to prove them wrong

Is “safe-sex” education the reason behind the drop in abortion?

Supreme Court lets stand ruling that struck down N.C. abortion law

Bible Belt state considering legalizing assisted suicide

Protesters greet “abortion reversal” doctor on visit to Phoenix

Lindsey Graham introduces Senate plan to ban late-term abortions

Court upholds Texas pro-life law closing abortion clinics, saving 10,000 from abortion

NRLC calls on journalists to check their facts in debate over Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

The real reason Planned Parenthood trashes OTC birth control

Texas clinics plan Supreme Court petition over abortion law

Who wrote for the majority in controversial abortion decision?

Pain, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, and Perinatal Hospice

‘Devastating’ Texas abortion law on road to US Supreme Court

Woman rejects abortion after she sees her baby on ultrasound

Court upholds key parts of Texas’ strict anti-abortion law

Strict regulation of Texas abortion clinics upheld

Supreme Court may be next stop for Texas abortion law

Report: Abortion rate drops 12 percent in U.S., but hundreds of thousands still killed each year

U.S. appeals court upholds restrictive Texas abortion law

Court upholds Texas law criticized as blocking access to abortions

Could Facebook be helping to reduce abortions?

The double-edged sword of sentimentalism

AP Exclusive: Abortions declining in nearly all states

Pro-life institute works to put adult stem cells in the spotlight

North Carolina Gov. McCrory signs bill to increase waiting period for abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours

Abortions drop in almost every state, a new survey shows

Number of abortions in America fell 12% since 2010

Pro-lifers predict Planned Parenthood will run to 9th Circuit

On the verge: NC’s abortion waiting-period law

Do you know the history of the Pill?

California Senate approves bill to allow assisted suicide of elderly and disabled

Maynard lobbied Gov. Brown on aid-in-dying bill just before her death

The right to know

North Carolina passes pro-life bill for 72-hour abortion waiting period

Kansas Ban on Dismemberment Abortion sued in state court

Bush judges declare ban on abortion when heartbeat detected ‘unconditional’

Planned Parenthood looking for nurses to perform abortions

“I don’t find dignity in taking my own life”

Planned Parenthood sues to withhold information from women

Assisted-death bill approved by California Senate

NARAL admits unborn babies feel pain – and are babies

“Arrested Development” actress Mae Whitman celebrates Planned Parenthood

Pro-abortion EMILY’s List announces top 2016 targets

NARAL: Eugenics OK if it’s “choice”

Abortionists have killed more Americans than lived in U.S. in 1880

Four questions about surrogacy for conservatives who support gay marriage

Pregnant and homeless in eighth grade, teen defies odds and becomes high school valedictorian

Another Planned Parenthood facility shuts down

Gallup poll shows increased support for physician assisted suicide

    First Things: Last week, Gallup released the results of a poll on the moral acceptability of various behaviors. Specifically, this poll asked people about the morality of over fifteen specific issues including abortion, gambling, and polygamy. What was most interesting was the sharp increase in the percentage of people who found doctor assisted suicide “morally acceptable.” In 2013, only 45 percent of Americans found doctor assisted suicide “morally acceptable.” Last week’s poll indicated that percentage had risen to 56 percent.

  • Posted: 06/02/2015
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Are we ready for an honest conversation about abortion?