Clarke Forsythe: Analysis of the Arkansas “heartbeat” ruling

Why Roe said what it did

Supreme Court: Arizona can’t enforce ban on abortions after 20 weeks | LifeNews

Are abortion mills exempt from regulation? | Denise Burke at Washington Times

Shifting strategies for state abortion battles in 2014

10 best pro-life moments of 2013 | Kristi Burton Brown at Live Action News

Planned Parenthood Spends Millions to ‘Refresh’ its Brand, but It’s Still the Same Taxpayer-Funded Big Abortion Business

Abortion Foes Would Let Women Sue Clinics Over Regulation

AUL Launches the “New Frontier” in Protecting Women from Abortion Industry Abuses

Scientific Fact: Human Life Begins at Conception, or Fertilization

How Roe Happened: The road to and away from our current abortion regime. | NRO Intervierw with Clark D. Forsythe

    Kathryn Jean Lopez interviews Clark D. Forsythe of Americans United for Life at National Review: The political, social, and medical turmoil caused by the decisions has lasted for forty years and shows no signs of abating,” Clarke Forsythe writes in his Abuse of Discretion: The Inside Story of Roe v. Wade. The book is an authoritative resource on the back story behind the decision — the uncertainties, the politics, the all-too-human influences that went into the Roe and Doe decisions issued that day. Forsythe talks with National Review Online’s Kathryn Jean Lopez about what happened and how these four decades of knowledge and grave experience can shape our future.


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U.S. Appeals Court Eases the Burden on Texas to Enact Abortion Safety Regulations | Clark D. Forsythe at NRO

Supreme Court Won’t Take Case Protecting Women From Dangerous Abortion Drug

16 states ask Supreme Court to affirm Ariz. law against abortions that cause babies pain | Alliance Defending Freedom

Roe v. Wade Was an “Abuse of Discretion,” Exercise in Raw Judicial Power | Steven Aden at LifeNews

Can states ban abortions at earlier stages? | SCOTUS Blog

Clarke Forsythe’s New Chronicle of Roe v. Wade

Yale holds 1st annual pro-life conference, ‘Vita et Veritas’ on campus

Shutdown and Default Considered Small Price to Pay for Banning Birth Control, Say Catholic Bishops and Paul Ryan | RH Reality Check

Vital Signs: Government approves tax-funded abortions | World Magazine

Roe v. Wade’s ‘Achilles heel’ detailed and future collapse predicted at AUL event

CCJ Requests that the Supreme Court Rule in AZ Abortion Law Case

Landmark Late-Term Abortion Limit Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court | AUL

Ariz. appeals abortion law to US Supreme Court | Alliance Defending Freedom

Arizona Takes Battle to Uphold Five-Month Abortion Ban to Supreme Court | Life News

Roe v. Wade’s Future Collapse Seen in Pro-Life Legislative Successes Today, says AUL attorney

Abortion Nation: America is only 1 of 4 countries to allow abortions post-viability.

Obamacare Will “Railroad” Americans Into Paying for Abortions on October 1

Americans United for Life Outlines Issues at Stake in Texas

Arizona Will Fight in Court for Its Right to De-Fund Planned Parenthood | Life News

Ninth Circuit Rules Abortion More Important than Women’s Lives | Mailee Smith at NRO

Pope Francis to Hold Global Pro-Life Conference, Pro-Life Mass on June 16 | Life News

Why Big Abortion shares Gosnell’s guilt | Jeanneane Maxon at Washington Times

EU Court Finds Swiss Assisted-suicide Laws Vague

World Congress of Families VII (WCF Sydney 2013) Opens in Two Weeks — Latest Chapter in Forging an International Pro-Family Movement

Cleaning up the Big Abortion machine | Denise Burke of AUL at Washington Times

Will Kermit Gosnell change the abortion debate? | Washington Post

Alabama Legislature Passes New Limits on Abortion Clinics

New Pope Expected to Hold Firm Against Homosexuality, Abortion | The New American

Obamacare Mandates Cripple Religious Freedom, Brief Says | Charisma News

Pro-Lifers Debate Tactics But Stand United in Grassroots Anti-Abortion Tidal Wave

Appeals Court Asked to Strike Down Obama’s HHS-Abortion Mandate | Life News

Americans United For Life Demands Real First Amendment Protections As HHS Releases Phony Compromise

Pro-Lifers Oppose Obama Pro-Abortion Judicial Pick Caitlin Halligan

Americans United for Life Action Calls for NO Vote on Caitlin Halligan to the U.S. Court of Appeals in what will be a Scored Vote on Life

Religious Liberty in America | Kellie Fiedorek, Adele Keim, and Ken Klukowski in FRC webcast

Pro-Life Leaders Blast Revised Version of Abortion Drug Edict

Abortion is about ‘raw, brute, callous power over the helpless’: Dr. Charmaine Yoest

Unlikely Coalition Fights Contraception Mandate | Roll Call

Louisiana Named Most Pro-Life State, Washington Most Pro-Abortion

Despite President Obama’s Win, Pro-Life Victories “are in the works,” says AULA’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest

Six States Challenge Obama Administration’s HHS Mandate in Court

Abortion Coverage at the New York Times | Jon A. Shields at the First Things

    Jon A. Shields at the First Things: Nearly twenty years ago, the judicious James Davison Hunter noted that journalistic reporting on abortion is “remarkable for its superficiality” since it rarely explores the “deeper issues and implications of the abortion controversy.” Maybe it is simply the partisan heat generated by a close presidential contest, but abortion coverage appears to be getting worse, not better. Just consider the mendacious, slash-and-burn New York Times Magazine story by Emily Bazelon on Charmaine Yoest, the director of Americans United for Life.


  • Posted: 11/06/2012
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Charmaine Yoest’s Cheerful War on Abortion

    Emily Bazelon at the NY Times: Yoest put her arm around her daughter and finessed the slogan a bit. “We’re fighting Planned Parenthood to protect women,” she said. “When those babies aren’t born, that is a loss for their mothers, and that’s part of why they need a chance to live.” It’s the kind of deft reframing of the abortion debate that has put Yoest (pronounced “yoast”) at the center of anti-abortion politics and enabled her to help push through the greatest number of abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.


  • Posted: 11/06/2012
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Planned Parenthood’s Taxpayer Funding Subsidizes Its Abortions | Americans U. for Life at Life News

Alaska Parental Notice Upheld, Minors Protected After 15-Year Fight

Charmaine Yoest: NARAL’S Nancy Keenan Drops Attempt to Appeal to Moderates

The roots of Akin’s ‘legitimate’ rape remarks | USA Today

Paul Ryan’s solid antiabortion credentials

Pro-life leaders ‘thrilled’ with Mitt Romney’s choice of pro-life Paul Ryan as vice president

Clark D. Forsythe: Progress after Casey

Behind ‘Personhood’ Leader Keith Mason’s Anti-Abortion Crusade

Americans United For Life: Texas Is Pleasingly Abortion-Unfriendly, But It Could Do Better

Deadline looms for Oregon pro-life measure

Abortion funding fight could complicate defense spending legislation