Category Archives: Sanctity of Life

Are you pro-life? It’s because you’ve been brainwashed!

I lost my daughter to suicide: A nurse’s response to Brittany Maynard’s campaign for assisted suicide

Pro-life lobby is pitching a new demographic: Democratic women

The language of abortion

Abortion debated – Emerald City with Emily Heist Moss

    Soulation: I’ve become friends with this columnist over in Chicago. There’s a lot that separates us. Emily Heist Moss is liberal, shows up religiously for Pride Parades, and if she got pregnant right now, Emily believes she would probably have an abortion. But, there’s also a lot that unites us, we are both vocal feminists, writers, we both care about humanizing the debate across the aisle, and let’s not forget our penchant for handicrafts (cross-stitch for Emily, knitting for me).


  • Posted: 10/23/2014
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Five facts about military suicides

Why are so many midwives and doulas pro-abortion?

Saluting young pro-lifers

A tale of two deaths

Supreme Court ruling on Texas abortion regulations: What happened and what now?

How I’m trying to end abortion: I converted my pro-choice friend to be pro-life

Alabama abortion facility reopens next to middle school

Woman who scheduled day to die over cancer diagnosis has not changed mind despite pleas

The intensity gap: Can a pro-life platform win elections?

Pro-lifers ‘staying silent’ today

Non-offending parents’ prerogatives to make medical decisions for their children

A special needs nest is never empty

Author Katha Pollitt claims “Abortion is part of being a mother”

They’re still trying to disprove post-abortion trauma syndrome

One thing not to do if you want to convince someone to be pro-life

Abortion champion Wendy Davis sells baby onesies

The surrogate who changed her mind

Thousands sign up for first online class to learn how to do abortions

Cecile Richards: Aborting my baby “wasn’t a difficult decision”

Obamacare or abortion care?

Texas abortion clinics to stay open, reopen following Supreme Court decision

Supreme Court halts parts of Texas abortion law, but it’s not over yet

Court action means TX must keep defending new abortion clinic laws

Bishop encourages voters to write in Mother Teresa to show their pro-life stance

Joni Eareckson Tada to Brittany Maynard: God alone chooses the day you die, not you

Michigan abortionist faces possible loss of medical license

Genetic counselors and sex selection abortions

Ladies: Give us your most productive years, we’ll hold your eggs for you

Dear woman who’s getting an abortion tomorrow

    The Blaze: I tried my best over the past week to figure out a way to contact you personally. I guess that was a futile effort to begin with. You didn’t post your name or contact information, which makes sense. The good folks at Reddit are apparently deleting any responses on your thread that don’t consist entirely of “congrats” and “atta girl,” so I couldn’t reach out to you that way, either. I’m left with this as my only option.


  • Posted: 10/16/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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Children are people, too

High court blocks key parts of Texas abortion law

Court blocks abortion limits in Texas

Supreme Court halts Texas pro-life law that stopped abortions at over a dozen clinics

Abortion activist: Everyone would love abortion if pro-lifers hadn’t “brainwashed” people

Embryonic stem cell backers make more false claims, only adult cells help patients

All children are limitless

Facebook and Apple now pay for women to freeze eggs

Brain cancer will likely kill me, but there’s no way I’ll kill myself

    The Federalist: I can identify with Maynard and her spunky, adventurous spirit. She describes her love of travel. In my profession with The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod’s mercy outreach, I’ve led medical mission teams and worked on relief projects in 11 countries, loving every minute of it. I have seen the poorest of the poor and the sickest of the sick. I have seen suffering that would make anyone’s stomach turn.


  • Posted: 10/14/2014
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Surrogacy: The twenty-first century’s new baby-making

Excuse me, my baby is the wrong color: The commodification of children

For abortion foes, a national strategy built at the state level

Mom regrets not aborting disabled baby: “I would’ve killed my son if I had the chance”

How do you understand someone’s position on abortion?

Infamous abortionist loses license in another state, yet facilities remain open?

North Dakota judge strikes down state’s pro-life laws

Full Fifth Circuit won’t hear Texas abortion case

Born at just 23 weeks, she’s making a very loud statement

Abortionist who stored 30 bodies of aborted babies in his freezer loses license

Rand Paul and Plan B, again

Terminally ill woman fighting for others’ rights to end their own lives

Pro-abortionists ask Supreme Court to stop enforcement of Texas pro-life law upheld by appeals court

Parents abandon surrogate baby boy because they already had a girl

Abortion activist admits “We like abortions,” “No shame in aborting unborn babies”

Abortion activist threatens pro-life legislator: “You should be taken out back and shot”

Planned Parenthood closes Waco, Texas abortion biz that killed 19,000 babies in abortions

The tragic tie between abortion and Down syndrome

Vandals use Nazi swastikas to cover pro-life chalk messages at Eastern Michigan University

The internet’s first abortion class

All your wombs are belong to us

What do you say when your best friend tells you she’s had an abortion?

Catholic Church kicks off Respect Life Month: “Each of us is God’s masterpiece”

Several abortion clinics close after court enforces Texas pro-life law

Appeals Court Panel allows Texas to immediately enforce provisions of pro-life H.B.2

Nine things you should know about pregnancy help organizations

Pro-abortion lawsuits challenge two Oklahoma laws

Pro-life amendments considered in TN, ND