Judge throws out Ohio Rep Steve Driehaus defamation appeals against pro-life group

In a world of hurt, ADF International is working to protect life

Virginia eugenics victims compensated for sterilisation

How to change hearts on abortion in under one minute

The Dropbox: An incredible story of sacrifice and rescue

Why the Supreme Court should scrap ObamaCare’s federal exchange subsidies

West Virginia becomes the eleventh state to protect pain-capable children as legislature overrides Governor Tomblin’s veto

DC Council dares Congress, presses forward with anti-conscience bills

Court rules for pro-life group’s free speech rights against pro-abortion Congressman

Appeals court rejects former congressman’s lawsuit against pro-life group

Adopting beauty and dignity

Abortion provider to colleagues: Don’t let women see the sonogram

    National Right to Life: Dr. Sally Faith Dorfman, who worked at Einstein Medical College, gave the following advice to abortion providers: A compassionate and sensitive sonographer should remember to turn the screen away from the plane of view [of the woman having an abortion]. Staff, too, may find themselves increasingly disturbed by the repeated visual impact of an aspect of their work that they need to partially deny in order to continue to function optimally and to concentrate on the needs of the women who come to them for help.

  • Posted: 03/05/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.nationalrighttolifenews.org

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Minnesota House committee approves bills to ban taxpayer funded abortion, license abortion facilities

‘The Drop Box’ delivers complexity of orphan care to theaters

Abortion measure modeled after Texas restrictions blocked in Senate

Ferguson and abortion as the “solution” to black crime?

Four ways the Supreme Court could rule on Obamacare

Argument analysis: Setting up the private debate on the ACA

The damaging effects of Obamacare

HHS delaying decision on unconstitutional abortion mandate in California

D.C. Council amends Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act

Margot Bentley appeal to stop feeding denied by B.C. court

Pennsylvania Governor links women to pro-abortion website

Protect taxpayers from illegal taxes

Maternal health is better where abortion is restricted

Canada’s Supreme Court creates right to assisted suicide, leaves details up to Parliament

West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin vetoes ban on abortions after 20 weeks

Why do these six women regret their abortions? “I think about my baby every day”

Why we need the ‘No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act’

For abandoned babies, hope in a box

Panel of leading pro-life women shares ‘how to get the media message right’

First Amendment rights upheld for pro-lifers in Fayetteville, AR

Obama Admin not helping California churches forced to fund abortions, churches refuse to comply

New bill would stop HHS mandate from forcing groups to pay for abortions

A bill has been filed in Vermont for presumed consent to organ donation

Ban on pro-life signs on public property is unconstitutional

Peer warns GM babies could pass on disease to their kids

Abortion foes: Hold California accountable

A stunning pro-life documentary: ‘The Drop Box’

UK becomes first country in world to approve creation of ‘three parent babies’

Reversing abortion pill’s killing effects

Freeze your eggs, freeze your career?

    ERLC: Instead of being bound by their (God-designed) biological clock, women can delay having children until their 40s without the worry of having to produce healthy eggs. The basic idea is that you freeze your strong eggs when you’re in your 20s, and then use them when you’re in your 40s. The article went on to state, “If a 25-year-old banks her eggs and, at 35, is up for a [career] promotion, she can go for it wholeheartedly without worrying about missing out on having a baby.”

  • Posted: 02/26/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: erlc.com

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Three-parent embryos: Harming women to save lives

West Virginia legislature passes the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

With GOP votes, Senate Committee approves pro-abortion Loretta Lynch as Attorney General

Pro-life doctor succeeds in reversing abortion pill

Six practical tips for having good dialogues (video)

The secret shame of abortion in the church

Raped at 12: ‘No regrets about having my baby girl’

Sex-selective abortion ban rejected by MPs

An insider’s view of the pro-life movement

Student pro-life club in Virginia wins another battle over recognition

Indiana bill would outlaw abortions based on fetus disability

The gender equality argument for legalized abortion

Lawmaker defends dismemberment abortions, calls it healthcare

Even CBS sees a relationship between assisted suicide and murder

One in five Dutch doctors would help physically healthy patients die

Mississippi asks U.S. Supreme Court to affirm law that may close state’s last abortion facility

Former Archbishop dismisses GM babies concerns

Labour MPs told: Vote against sex-selective abortion ban

Bishops push for Congress to support conscience rights in health care act

New religious freedom official: the time for action is now

Lawsuit targets Vermont over abortion

Activists: She was already “at death’s door” so that makes euthanizing her alright

Don’t make Down Syndrome a death sentence

    First Things: In her Yahoo! Parenting article “I Terminated My Baby with Down Syndrome,” Sophie Horan is not shy about painting her abortion as choice made with her baby’s interests in mind. She claims her unborn baby “deserved better than a life of struggle and frustration due to a condition that he or she would never be able to change.” Bad news, Sophie Horan, this is true for all of us, Down syndrome or no.

  • Posted: 02/23/2015
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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