North Dakota Supreme Court upholds abortion restrictions – a welcome win, despite ‘splintered’ opinions

California forces churches to fund abortions

Author says abortion is normal and ‘part of being a mother’

Brittany Maynard won’t kill herself November 1: “Doesn’t seem like the right time now”

Federal court says law school can opt out of controversial Obamacare mandates

NC defends pro-life law in federal court

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Arizona school board votes to remove pages from biology textbook

Gilbert schools to edit ‘abortion’ section of textbook

SCOTUS Blog’s Petition of the Day

Beyond Brittany Maynard: Who is choosing to ‘die with dignity’?

Mother wins case to kill her disabled daughter

    Life News: The ethical problems with euthanasia have been detailed at Live Action News extensively. People with disabilities, people suffering from mental illness, people who were just lonely or old but otherwise healthy, even children — all can be euthanized in countries like Belgium and the Netherlands. That’s not good enough for the assisted suicide lobby though, which continues to campaign for the right to kill increasingly more people, from the disabled to the poor.


  • Posted: 10/30/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifenews.com

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Grief: the silent burden of a post-abortive woman

    National Right to Life: I am defined, in some part at least, by the death of my extremely premature sons. My life changed during those days, waiting for their death and praying for them to live, and nothing was the same afterwards. I’ve been privileged in recent months to meet with a group of women who have shared the loss of their children, we all have different stories but are united in our grief and our triumphs and a lot of unanswered questions. It’s been inspiring and heavy to sit through their stories, to listen to them tell about their children, whether they only had days or years to know them.


  • Posted: 10/30/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.nationalrighttolifenews.org

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Court allows continued harassment of pro-life advocates in Mississippi

Obama OKs IVF industry to sell US citizenship

Gilbert school board votes to remove pages from text

Gilbert Public Schools board votes to redact textbooks for abortion content, cite possible violation of state law

Catholic law school protected from abortion-contraception mandate

Administration defeated in another Obamacare fight

North Dakota bans use of drug in abortions

ND voters to decide on new ‘Right to Life’ measure

N.D. Supreme Court reverses ruling that blocked medication abortion law

Court rules Obama admin can’t force Catholic college to obey HHS mandate

North Carolina law letting women see ultrasound of baby before abortion heads to court

Victory: Court rules in favor of Ave Maria School of Law against HHS mandate

Abortion capital of the Bible Belt? Tennessee vote tests that idea

Abortion advocates, what are you doing to protect women from other Kermit Gosnells?

Assisted suicide, quick fixes, and a lesson from my dad

University celebrates ‘abortion heroes,’ commends illegal abortions

Catholic law school not forced to comply with abortion pill mandate

4th Circuit should uphold NC pro-life law

Protect vulnerable and reject assisted suicide, MSPs urged

‘We’re not designed to take the lives of our children’

Health minister: UK could offer GM baby ‘tourism’

San Franciso’s University of California launches first online abortion class

Prominent atheist organization closely tied to abortion industry

‘It has come time to stand against tyranny’

DC bill would force pro-life groups to cover elective abortion in health insurance

Churches urged to join forces against abortion-coverage mandate

California ups the abortion ante

Churches now forced to pay for abortions in California

Catholic educators appeal to Obama administration for relief from HHS mandate

Planned Parenthood abortion biz lies to North Dakota voters about Measure 1

The hidden costs of legalized suicide: What we can learn from Brittany Maynard

HHS mandate ‘accommodation’ for non-profits still inadequate

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

Washington D.C. city council tries to force pro-life groups to pay for abortions

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

The language of abortion

Unholy coercion on abortion funding in California

Is California forcing churches to pay for abortions?

Abortion should be like contraception – abortion chief

Paralysed man walks after pioneering surgery

Churches slam back against state order to pay for abortions under Obamacare

Churches sue California over abortion coverage mandate

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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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: soulation.org

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Five facts about military suicides

Why are so many midwives and doulas pro-abortion?

Look closely at these gov’t letters. The ‘elective abortion’ language could have major implications for churches

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

Why CA can order churches to cover abortion

Will a Texas law bring another great abortion case to the Supreme Court?

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