Roy Cooper will ask high court to hear ultrasound case

Temple, Gilbert Public Schools board among top 2014 newsmakers

Two lawyers in Texas are saving lives and helping the pro-life movement all for free

4th Circuit upholds ruling against common-sense NC ultrasound law

American people tricked into paying for elective abortions

Nuggets from Planned Parenthood’s 2013-2014 annual report

Roe v. Wade: Absurd, deadly, catastrophic

School ground bullies in the nation’s capital

What Mario Cuomo got wrong on abortion

D.C. bill that would allow for insurance coverage of abortions faces uncertain future

Court rules women aren’t allowed to see ultrasound of baby before abortion

Fighting the sexual and reproductive rights revolution

NAACP fights over its trademark in Fourth Circuit free speech case

Planned Parenthood performed 174 abortions for every adoption referral in 2014

Beyond ‘The Interview’: UN votes to send North Korea to Intl Criminal Court for forced abortion, other atrocities

Washington D.C. passes bill to force pro-life groups to hire abortion activists

DC Council votes in support of forcing abortion coverage

District won’t revise abortion content in textbook

Three things Christmas tells us about human life and dignity

Abortion, conscientious objection and the UK Supreme Court: Greater Glasgow Health Board v Doogan & Anor

75-plus House members oppose proposed rule allowing secret abortion surcharge in Obamacare

Abortion should be stigmatized

    The Blaze: Oftentimes when someone is upset or in distress over a decision, they are encouraged to talk about it. Getting it out in the open is sometimes the best therapy. Lately some organizations have hosted events or created special websites or Twitter topics to encourage women to get something off their chests: a previous abortion. Why? So that abortion will become destigmatized and easily accepted into today’s culture.

  • Posted: 12/18/2014
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“Catholic midwives must supervise abortions, Supreme Court decides”

Pro-abortion to pro-life: Why I changed my mind

Eliminating the impoverished does not eliminate poverty

D.C. passes bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

UK’s highest court rules two Catholic midwives can not object to being involved in abortions in landmark case

Killing has taken its toll: Abortion’s slippery slope has turned into euthanasia

Duggar family wins, TLC won’t cancel “19 Kids and Counting” after petition complains

Court tells pro-life midwives they must participate in abortions or lose their jobs

St. Joseph council considers new abortion ordinance (video)

District won’t revise abortion content in textbook

Gilbert board on biology textbook redaction: nevermind

D.C. considers bill that could force pro-life organizations to pay for abortion coverage

Host committee announced for National Prayer Service

New prenatal screening tests are leading to abortions of healthy babies

    Life News: An excellent piece by Beth Daley from the New England Center for Investigative Reporting called “Overused and Misunderstood” is a must read. It is about the new non-invasive prenatal screening tests offered by companies that claim they are 99% accurate. These screens are done early in pregnancy using only a maternal blood sample giving couples an eariler look at the health of their unborn baby. The problem is that these are screening tests but are being used as diagnostic tests.

  • Posted: 12/16/2014
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They got abortions when the test said their baby would be disabled, but the tests were wrong

“Oklahoma’s Kermit Gosnell” arrested in sting operation

ADF: DC Council should abandon bill that forces pro-life groups to pay for abortions

The price paid when states turn a blind eye to the abuses of abortionists

Human rights quango to challenge NI abortion law

Court passes up RU-486 abortion issue, again

Supreme Court turns down Arizona appeal to limit abortion drugs

Arkansas eyes more abortion restrictions

Prenatal testing: When a result is not a diagnosis

Parents who refused abortion celebrate son’s 1st birthday

Supreme Court lets Planned Parenthood risk women’s lives with dangerous abortion pill

Pro-life family no longer forced to pay Obamacare ‘abortion surcharge’

Planned Parenthood exposed at UNC

Pastor: As father of four adopted children, being forced to cover abortions is ‘repulsive beyond words’

Cromnibus gives $35 M to UN Population Fund, continues tax subsidies for abortions

$1 trillion Cromnibus bill includes victories, losses for pro-life movement

This pastor, father of four adopted children, is being forced to pay for abortions

Pro-abortion group removes ‘bully list’ targeting pro-lifers after lawsuit filed

Dear pregnant student: Don’t be afraid

Half of all abortionists fear being exposed by undercover investigators: study

Counselor prevents abortion minded women from seeing sonograms of their babies

Religious nonprofits challenge health law

Making super-mice: First, you take an aborted human baby

Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber: Abortion of ‘marginal children’ a ‘social good’

First Christmas home for baby whose mum refused abortion

Cardiff University students back free speech on abortion

Teacher banned from pro-life outreach at abortion facility after worker seeks ‘stalking’ order

‘Thank God I didn’t do it’: Woman changes mind about abortion after Christians reach out

Lila Rose to speak at Students for Life National Conference

Attorneys file brief supporting webcam abortion ban

10th Circuit to hear Christian universities’ challenge to abortion-pill mandate

Groundbreaking evangelical worship gathering to open world’s largest pro-life event in January

Room at the inn: A haven for pregnant college students

    Aleteia: What is the truly Catholic response to a scared, pregnant girl? Here’s what happened when two determined ladies – a biologist and a woman who suffered through an abortion at university – teamed up with the monks at Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina to do something really revolutionary: create a home for pregnant college students and their babies.

  • Posted: 12/05/2014
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Woman who almost aborted her daughter defends pro-life counseling

Pro-lifers: Abortion ‘buffer zones’ damage free speech