The Hobby Lobby decision shows the culture war isn’t over, it has only just begun

Boise State demands unconstitutional warning signs for pro-life events

McCullen v. Coakley and pro-life speech: “An outstretched hand,” not a “strained voice”

Respecting an elder’s hand

Do your politics require you to oppose the Bill of Rights? That’s not good.

Asheville, North Carolina abortion clinic closes down for good

Woman conceived in incest: Please don’t kill children like me in abortion

US Supreme Court rules against Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate

US Supreme Court rules against Obama admin.’s abortion pill mandate

Voiding of buffer zone at abortion clinics could force Western Pa. change

This 77-year-old Grandma got the Supreme Court to uphold pro-life free speech

Flowers at the abortion clinic: ‘Obvious Child’ is no laughing matter

Last two Gosnell defendants are sentenced

Huntsville abortion business puts move on hold, shuts down today

Big news report card: Grading abortion buffer zone coverage

Why are pro-lifers called anti-woman when we want to protect unborn children?

    Life News: The National Right to Life Convention opened yesterday with a three-member panel discussion featuring National Review Online editor Kathryn Jean Lopez, President of Lutherans for Life, Dr. Jean Garton, and EWTN Radio/TV host, Joy Pinto. National Right to Life President, Carol Tobias, moderated the discussion. She opened by reminding the audience of the giant lie being trotted out in the media and in American culture:” If you think unborn children deserve protection, you are anti-women.”


  • Posted: 06/27/2014
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New Hampshire buffer zone law under spotlight

What is left of Hill v. Colorado?

Pictures of faith at work: This family waits, prays for Obamacare ruling

Montgomery County pays $375,000 to anti-abortion pregnancy center

Forced abortion in China confines woman to wheelchair afterward

How NOT to cover the ruling in the Hobby Lobby case

Volunteers in India go undercover to stop illegal sex-selective abortions

Who are Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties?

Presbyterian church votes ‘no’ on protecting babies born alive during botched abortions

US Supreme Court unanimous in striking down Mass. anti-speech buffer zone

US Supreme Court strikes down Mass. anti-speech buffer zone

Euthanasia case rejected by UK’s highest court

Two victories the other bloggers may have missed

North Ala. clinic that provides abortions to close

The HHS mandate, unborn life, and the professionals: A cog in the political machine

Assisted suicide: The ultimate choice

Court voids Austin pregnancy-center law

Court strikes down Austin, Texas law designed to shutter pregnancy centers

Anti-pregnancy center law struck down

Five reasons why abortion never empowers women

Planned Parenthood blasts NBC amid claims that network rejected ad for abortion comedy

Meriam Ibrahim arrested again while trying to leave country after initial release

Pro-lifers defeat New York bill allowing shooting babies through the heart with poison to kill them

Twenty-three states allow rapists to demand custody of their victim’s children

Court strikes down Austin, Texas anti-pregnancy care law

The Baltimore inquisition [Commentary]

Judge grants Colorado Christian University injunction from birth control mandate

Supreme Court rejects Wisconsin appeal over abortion law

Nation’s capital considering discriminatory ‘non-discrimination’ act

DC bill could coerce pro-life organizations against their mission

One more step to ensure free speech in NYC

L.A. Kings coach Darryl Sutter is more proud of his son Chris than his Stanley Cup, here’s why

    Life News: When pro-life advocates hear stories like Chris’ they are often tempted to point at it and say, “See, Chris is happy so it’s a good thing he wasn’t aborted like so many other Down syndrome children are.” I think this is a mistake. It implies that the reason Chris shouldn’t have been aborted was because he would be happy later in life. But it would have been wrong to abort Chris even if he wasn’t happy. As my colleague Jay Watts at Life Training Institute says, “There is a difference between what’s wrong with abortion and why abortion is wrong.” Abortion is wrong because it kills an innocent human being without justification.


  • Posted: 06/20/2014
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Senate Democrats pushing bill to wipe out every single pro-life law on abortion

Maryland county must pay $375,000 for attempting to shut down pregnancy centers

Supreme Court unanimous in ‘Ministry of Truth’ case

DC bill could coerce pro-life organizations against their mission

Judge grants temporary restraining order to keep man alive

Judge stops Texas man’s estranged wife from starving him to death

At the U.S. Supreme Court, a key victory for free speech

‘High stakes’ involved in Supreme Court’s pending Hobby Lobby decision, says lawyer

Montgomery County pays $375,000 for violating pregnancy center’s free speech rights

Former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic turned into children’s learning center

Unborn baby alerts doctors and saves his mother’s life

Md. county pays attorneys’ fees in court case

Nearly 70 percent of Americans support euthanasia, but opinions vary by religiosity

Appeals court rules NYC anti-pregnancy center law largely unconstitutional

Abortion law toughened in Florida

District court upholds ACA non-profit contraceptive mandate rules

Life and family no longer silenced at the Organization of American States

Md. county pays $375,000 for anti-pregnancy care law

Abortion activists deny science

Kids should get help to kill themselves, say charities

Does contraception really reduce the abortion rate?