Category Archives: Sanctity of Life

Standing against the human “dignity deniers”

Pro-life teacher fired after opposing Planned Parenthood sues school district for $390,000

Man takes mentally disabled teen he raped to two abortion clinics, neither report abuse

View to a Kevorkian kill

Indiana Attorney General files complaints against four abortionists

The United States has a femicide problem

    The Federalist: Sex-selective abortion means killing your unborn child because he or (more commonly) she is not the sex you prefer. This has been widespread in China through the decades of the one-child policy and, as a result, the 2010 Chinese census revealed that men outnumber women in China by 34 million. That’s a huge social problem. It’s also a terrible tragedy, when you consider that it points to millions of babies who were killed or abandoned by their parents simply because they were girls.


  • Posted: 09/18/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: thefederalist.com

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Forgetting stem-cell history

Toobin’s botched abortion reporting

Virginia abortion facility violates federal drug laws, has untrained staff

Viability, dependency, and abortion

Doctor’s note required to use chapstick in school – Yet abortions available to minors

San Francisco moves to enshrine right to sex-selective abortions

Couple gets $4.5M because doctor didn’t suggest abortion

Pushing back against human “dignity deniers”

Amicus brief of pro-life organizations supporting strong protection for pregnant workers from discrimination

    Mirror of Justice: The filing of the brief makes important statements that, I think, are noteworthy in our society polarized over the “life” issue and how to address it. In this, a variety of pro-life groups with different missions, who disagree on other things, have come together to emphasize that supporting pregnant women is a fundamentally pro-life position. I suspect that, in our polarized atmosphere, some people may be surprised that a bunch of pro-life groups have filed to support working women—so spread the news!


  • Posted: 09/15/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: mirrorofjustice.blogs.com

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Never forget Kermit Gosnell’s “House of Horrors” and the need to regulate abortion clinics

Pro-life group wins as judge strikes radical law prohibiting pro-life free speech

Abortion rights protesters assemble outside court

As a pro-life woman: Why I can’t go back to being “pro-choice” on abortion

    Life News: The pro-”choice” movement only promotes the choice to abort a child. It fights informed consent laws and laws to improve clinics’ safety. I find it misleading and oppressive. There is no “need” for abortion but there is a lucrative business and the eugenics mentality is alive. I will never go back because women deserve to be respected, to know all their options, to be supported when they find themselves pregnant and alone. Abortion is not simple or neutral and women shouldn’t be denied the right to know what they are getting into. All of us deserve to make choices we can live with.


  • Posted: 09/12/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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Federal judge rejects Ohio campaign statements law

Pro-life group banned from university freshers’ fayre

Missouri enacts 72-hour abortion waiting period

Missouri lawmakers override Governor’s veto on ’72-hour’ abortion law

After 4 year court battle, judge strikes down Ohio law

Four reasons pro-lifers need to stop comparing every tragedy to abortion

Abortion foes pray for success at Missouri Capitol

Planned Parenthood puts revenue above women’s health

San Francisco may oppose sex-selection abortion ban, calling it racist

Christian rapper Lecrae’s new song touches on post-abortion pain: “A part of us died”

Why does Planned Parenthood oppose OTC contraception?

Judge convicts ex-nurse of assisting suicide

Maine agency backtracks on no-resuscitate order

Mo. poised for 3-day wait for abortion

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge prompts a deeper look at stem cell research

Ray Rice, abortion, and being led about by the viscera

    RedState: But we humans are weird creatures. It is one thing to know, intellectually, that Ray Rice knocked a woman unconscious in a hotel elevator. It is another thing to actually see it happen. [...] This is, in essence, the reason our abortion policy has remained essentially static over the last 40 years in this country in spite of astonishing scientific advances in terms of understanding fetal development and our ability to move the viability window for premature children continually backwards.


  • Posted: 09/08/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.redstate.com

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Not just the pretty babies

    The Federalist: Being pro-life is about far more than can be captured in a well-lit Facebook image. It is about avoiding the many tempting promises of barbarity. Both sides in the abortion debate are aware the world is full of things that ought not to be. Babies should not be ill, dependent on tubes for survival, exposed to drugs or alcohol in utero, born into poverty in crime-infested neighborhoods, or rejected by their biological families.


  • Posted: 09/08/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: thefederalist.com

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Mother who gave daughter abortion pills sentenced to 18 months in prison

Woman starts GoFundMe campaign to pay for her abortion so she can party

Abortion clinic to reopen in Texas this weekend after ruling

Cardinal Bernardin: Abortion is not a stand-alone issue

Prudence and moral absolutes

Planned Parenthood sex ed website now takes teens to porn site

Why do many pro-life Catholics vote democrat?

The delusional world of late-term abortionists

Appeals court rejects Greg Abbott’s request to enforce Texas law closing abortion clinics

Do 10-year-olds have a right to contraception and abortion? Researchers say yes

Does Plan-B prevent conception or full-term birth?

Wisconsin facilities did fewer abortions in 2013

Abortion provider soon to reopen on Texas border

Court rejects Texas’ appeal to uphold safety standards at abortion clinics

Legal wars on abortion heating up

What pro-choice? California mandates employers must cover elective abortions

Judge blocks enforcement of Louisiana abortion law

$28 million Planned Parenthood Medicaid fraud case can move ahead

Ice buckets: Does the end justify the means?

Pro-life group demands PBS cancel airing of pro-abortion ‘After Tiller’ film

Sorry NARAL, most Americans aren’t pro-abortion

Understanding what Richard Dawkins actually believes about abortion and Down Syndrome

    Josh Brahm: Richard Dawkins created a firestorm last week when he responded to one of his regular followers on Twitter who said she didn’t know what she would do if she found out she was pregnant with a child who had Down Syndrome.


  • Posted: 08/27/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: joshbrahm.com

Their post-abortion stories showed me how little I knew of God’s love

    Aleteia: I’ve been working on a project about healing after abortion and part of that has included listening to the stories of post-abortive women who have experienced God’s healing and forgiveness. Each woman’s story is unique and yet they all contain two common threads. First, each women suffered a long and difficult journey from the darkness of abortion into the light of reconciliation and peace. Second, the key component in all of their journeys was their eventual belief in God’s love for them despite their past conduct.


  • Posted: 08/27/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.aleteia.org

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Late-term abortion clinic will no longer do surgical abortions

Denver rally to support federal Pain Capable act

Is ‘The Giver’ the most pro-life film ever made?

Pro-life laws are reducing the abortion rate

White House tries to reignite birth control wars

Abortion advocacy gets ugly

    Aleteia: The “pro-choice” slogan served the abortion industry well for decades, capped off with its adoption by NARAL in 2003, when it became NARAL Pro-Choice America, abandoning a commonality in its three earlier names, all of which included the “A” word. From that point, many of the NARAL ads and promotional pieces prominently featured American flags and the head of the statue of liberty (which is still in their logo). Really, what could be more American than having a dizzying array of choices? Just check out the cereal aisle.


  • Posted: 08/25/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.aleteia.org

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New campaign asks Pope Francis to declare Planned Parenthood an ‘enemy of the Church’

Federal lawsuit filed against new La. abortion law

California forces Catholic universities to cover all abortion

From pro-choice to pro-abortion

    First Things: For decades, the never-ending abortion debate has been summarized by the dueling sound bites of pro-choice and pro-life. Very slowly, but lately more steadily, the fundamental premise of pro-life advocacy—that abortion not only stills a beating heart, but takes a human life—has resonated with the American public. Indeed, the New York Times itself reports that “one of the most enduring labels of modern politics—pro choice—has fallen from favor” as a means of furthering abortion rights policies.


  • Posted: 08/22/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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The loss of a human life is a tragedy, not a gimmick

Planned Parenthood contractor cited by state for violations

Ohio diocese discourages ALS ice bucket challenge

Richard Dawkins exposes the immorality of his atheism