Kickstarter rejected a pro-life film, and now apologizes

Energy plant reportedly burning medical waste–including aborted babies–for energy

    Following a LifeNews report that received national attention, the Marion County Board of Commissioners issued a statement indicating it will temporarily halt all burning of “medical waste” while it investigates. Today the Marion County Board of Commissioners is holding an emergency meeting to determine how the Covanta Waste-to-Energy Facility was authorized to burn medicate “waste” that includes the remains of aborted babies.


  • Posted: 04/24/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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“Court Blocks Enforcement of Contraception Mandate against Ministry of Dr. James Dobson”

Winthrop University students put wire hangers into lawn to ridicule pro-life efforts

Planned Parenthood of Hawaii closes office on Kauai

Euthanasia will be the next pro-life issue, according to FRC researcher

Alabama Supreme Court: Chemical damage to the unborn constitutes damaging a child

Nearly 7 in 10 Americans support mandated birth control coverage

ADF represents Colorado-based Fellowship of Catholic University Students

Supreme Court has Free Speech concerns in SBA List case

Alabama Supreme Court upholds rights of the unborn

Blood money: abortion is a tax-deductible “medical expense”

On pro-life case involving Obamcare abortion funding, Supreme Court has free speech concerns | Christian Post

James Dobson’s ministry granted injunction from HHS mandate | Cardinal Newman Society

Abortion providers must now hand out mental health pamphlets

Cato: Laws that criminalize “false speech” don’t replace “truthiness and snark” with “just the facts”

ADF on oral arguments in SBA List case: Americans have the right to speak up for free speech

Abortion and Self-Ownership: How Locke Influenced Our Instincts

    Canon and Culture: ”

    Locke’s premise of self-ownership is based on the idea that an individual in the state of nature has liberty to do what he wishes with his own property and possessions without depending upon the will of another man. It is in the state of nature that we find inherent rights to life, liberty, and property. It is at the intersection of the rights of liberty and property that we find those who make the claim for absolute liberty in self-ownership.”


  • Posted: 04/21/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.canonandculture.com

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Consumers considering different health plans find little info about abortion coverage

Model vows to abort child in order to achieve fame

N.H. Senate voting on fetal homicide legislation

Pro-life display vandalized at George Washington University

Abortive contraceptives and pro-life rhetoric

Florida: Abortion measure now heads to full vote in Senate

SBA List to argue at Supreme Court

James Dobson: Striking Obamacare mandate a “victory” | WND

Blood Money: abortion is a tax-deductible “medical expense” | Live Action News

James Dobson, “Family Talk” get birth control mandate reprieve | Christian Post

Court blocks Obama admin from enforcing HHS mandate against James Dobson | LifeNews

Russell Shaw: Ignoring the rational argument against contraception

    Russell Shaw at Catholic World Report: “The outline—the blueprint, you might say—of the human capacity for fulfillment is found in basic human goods. These are the fundamental purposes for which human beings choose and act. Moral good and moral evil reside precisely in how we choose to relate to them. Obviously it isn’t possible always to pursue all of them. But it is possible—and of the essence of moral goodness—that one never directly choose to act against any. Yet someone who understands what he or she is doing in an act of contraception unavoidably wills and acts against the human good of procreation, though very likely with some other good in view. And that, very briefly, is why contraception is wrong.”


  • Posted: 04/18/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.catholicworldreport.com

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Donna Harrison: Some common contraceptives can kill embryos

One-third of vegetative patients may be conscious: study

    MacLean’s: “As many as one-third of vegetative patients are misdiagnosed, according to a new study in The Lancet. Using brain imaging techniques, researchers found signs of minimal consciousness in 13 of 42 patients who were considered vegetative. ‘The consequences are huge,’ lead author Dr. Steven Laureys, of the Coma Science Group at the Université de Liège, tells Maclean’s. ‘These patients have emotions; they may feel pain; studies have shown they have a better outcome [than vegetative patients]. Distinguishing between unconscious, and a little bit conscious, is very important.’”


  • Posted: 04/17/2014
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  • Category: Featured
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  • Source: www.macleans.ca

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Choose Life at Yale denied Dwight Hall membership, funds

Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell signs bill restricting Medicaid payments for abortions

Dallas judge reinstates privileges for two abortion doctors

Colorado Senate Democrats spike abortion bill

Gov. Brewer signs bill on abortion-clinic inspections

Court blocks enforcement of abortion pill mandate against ministry of Dr. James Dobson

Former Planned Parenthood director says it has abortion quotas | LifeNews

Arizona bill targets assisted suicide

Federal judge nullifies North Dakota “fetal heartbeat” law

Colorado Democrats delay vote on abortion to avoid public defeat

    Coloradoan: “Colorado Democrats launched an election-year showdown over abortion rights, then delayed their own proposal Tuesday to avoid a public defeat. The Senate was scheduled to debate a bill to guarantee that state or local policies won’t interfere with reproductive decisions such as abortion and contraception. Sponsored by Democrats, the proposal was pitched by backers as a safeguard against future attempts to chip away at reproductive rights.” | Text of the bill is here.


  • Posted: 04/16/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life

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Oklahoma Senate passes limits on abortion drug

AZ governor signs bill allowing surprise inspections of abortion clinics

Bill defining “medically necessary” abortion passes Alaska Legislature

Penn. pro-lifer sues Hanover Township, police over free-speech rights

ACLU seeks to oppose diocese in birth control suit

Archbishop urges prayer and action against Colo. abortion bill

Nevada GOP drops platforms against abortion, same-sex “marriage”

Planned Parenthood: Investigate their plan | Live Action

Arkansas AG appeal ruling that struck down 12-week abortion ban

Professor incites destruction of student newspaper while university shrugs

School fails to silence pro-life message | OneNewsNow

Turning kids into clients: Planned Parenthood’s evil schemes | Townhall

Bus company refuses ad space to pro-life group | WORLD

Citilink sued for turning down ads | Journal Gazette

Are Christians obsessed with sex?

SC bills could outlaw abortion, most contraception

Alaska House begins debate on abortion funding bill

NY health boss resigning after agency failed to inspect abortion clinics

Jennifer Lahl and Christopher White: Why gestational surrogacy is wrong

    National Review Online: “The current political landscape surrounding surrogacy indicates that as a nation we have failed to reconcile the undeniable realities of both motherhood and childbirth with our laws surrounding how these technologies enable collaborative reproduction and the building of modern families. Those who argue that this reflects merely a misunderstanding of surrogacy and a bias in favor of certain family models have yet to account for the medical and moral consequences of paying women to gestate babies for others. Until we have a serious public debate over commercial surrogacy, women and children remain exposed to exploitation at the hands of those entrusted with their protection.”


  • Posted: 04/10/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.nationalreview.com

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Fort Wayne, Indiana says pregnancy center “too controversial” for city bus ad | LifeNews

Indiana transit company rejects health care referral service ads over pro-life connections | Christian News Network

ADF sues Indiana city for excluding pro-life ad on public transit | OneNewsNow

AZ Senate backs snap inspections of abortion clinics

Colo. House committee temporarily withdraws bill that eliminates protections for unborn children

Indiana transit company rejects health care referral service ads over pro-life connection | Christian News Network

Once bastions of free speech, campuses now stifle students | Bakersfield Californian

Ind. referral service for women in need too “controversial” for city buses

Abortion restrictions bill advances in Florida Senate

Court extends stay on new Arizona abortion rules

U.S. Bishops voice abortion concerns over Affordable Care Act

NYC’s tanning salons inspected more regularly than abortion clinics

CA attorney general, Hoag Hospital reach accord on abortion