Md. City Council targets pro-life groups with demands for private files

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal signs pro-life bill that could close three abortion clinics

Catholic bishops keep focus on abortion, marriage

Pro-life sidewalk counselor ordered to stay 500 feet from abortion clinic, despite exonerating video

Chimerical problems

Melinda Gates: ‘Gates Foundation has decided not to fund abortion’

Planned Parenthood offered free Bibles

The lighter side of pregnancy termination

American majority supports company contraception insurance mandate: survey

Undercover video exposes Planned Parenthood’s ‘dangerous sex advice for kids’

Poland’s PM: doctor’s duty is above his faith

Guttmacher misleads on reasons for teen pregnancy decline

    National Review: Last month, the Guttmacher Institute released a study on teen pregnancy rates. The news is good. The report finds that teen pregnancy rates are reaching historic lows. Overall, in the past 20 years the teen pregnancy rate has fallen by 50 percent and the teen abortion rate has decreased by almost two thirds. Additionally, the study found significant long-term declines in the teen pregnancy rate among whites, blacks, and Hispanics. All 50 states report reductions in teen pregnancy rates. These reductions are an unheralded public-policy success story.

  • Posted: 06/11/2014
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Alabama abortion center could close or move next to middle school

Florida abortionist harms two abortion patients on same day, one hospitalized

Planned Parenthood statement prompts offer of Bible donation

Ohio city passes law to stop Stand True from chalking pro-life messages during Strawberry Festival

Most courts in agreement re: Obamacare mandate

ADF: Open letter to Planned Parenthood

Why the Supreme Court could soon review regulations on chemical abortion

Another Texas abortion clinic bites the dust

Protecting the human right to be born female

    National Review: In a remarkable case of inauspicious timing, a writer at Slate chose the eve of the 25th anniversary of the brutal crushing of dissent in Tiananmen Square to attack sponsors of efforts to stop abortions for the purpose of sex selection. Defenders of the unpopular policy of permitting such abortions have staked much of their efforts on making it appear that opposition to sex-selective abortion — which is almost universally used to end the prenatal lives of females — is based on racial prejudice against Asian Americans. A lethal gender prejudice is therefore tolerable because condemning it is a form of ethnic bigotry.

  • Posted: 06/09/2014
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City passes law to deny pro-life group’s free speech during local festival

Here comes the ‘abortion comedy’

Josh Brahm is launching a pro-life organization

Thomas More Law Center files federal lawsuit challenging 39-foot “buffer zone” ordinance

An open letter to Cecile Richards

An interview with Emily Letts

    The Christian Post: Letts was the subject of many articles immediately following her award-winning video. Whatever you make of the reality of that video her views throughout this interview are telling: the individualistic nature of her worldview is on full display, from her statements that the video is “just” her story to her statement (repeated twice) that the “male was not involved in my decision.”

  • Posted: 06/06/2014
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Planned Parenthood director: When a human being becomes human “varies from person to person”

Have we lost what it means to be human?

UN Continues to push for abortion as a “right”

This family has to choose between paying Obamacare mandate penalty or funding abortions

Remember ObamaCare? Yeah, that’s still news

Lawsuit asks Minnesota to abide by ’95 court decision

Could Ninth Circuit send abortion back to the Supreme Court?

Appeals Court to continue blocking Arizona abortion law

The real anti-choicers: RH Reality Check argues pro-life doctors should be forced to perform abortions

Should we try to normalize abortion or offer a safe place to grieve?

No you can’t keep your plan and yes you have to pay for other people’s abortions

Planned Parenthood abortion biz closes centers in Oregon and Washington

Another Texas abortion clinic closes down: Killeen Women’s Health Center shuts down in Austin

Planned Parenthood closings in southwest Iowa answer to pro-life prayers

Survey: More than four in ten Americans support controversial contraception mandate

Pro-lifers shocked that Britain allows midwives to do abortions

Court lets Planned Parenthood put women’s lives at risk with dangerous abortion drug

Two more Planned Parenthood clinics to close in Iowa

Taxpayers ask Minn. Supreme Court to reinstate abortion funding challenge

Why abortion-rights advocates should fear the Supreme Court

    National Journal: The abortion-rights movement is on the verge of a massive gamble. The movement is trying to roll back a wave of state laws that have successfully curtailed access to abortion, and their best hope for doing so—perhaps their only hope for doing so—is likely a ruling from the Supreme Court. Advocates could soon get their wish: A Texas antiabortion law appears headed to the high court as soon as its next session, and a ruling against it could put other states’ abortion restrictions on the shakiest of legal ground.

  • Posted: 06/02/2014
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Toni Braxton joins ranks of other celebrities in revealing abortion

Texas abortion clinic transports woman to hospital where abortionist holds no hospital privileges

Medical Examiner confirms woman died from botched abortion at Cleveland abortion clinic

Obama judge infers pro-life doctor is a ‘liar’ during Wisconsin abortion trial

Abortion is not safer for women than childbirth

    Life News: Media outlets such as Time Magazine and Reuters have provided extensive coverage to an article recently published as “Original Research” and entitled, “The Comparative Safety of Legal Induced Abortion and Childbirth in the United States,” by Raymond and Grimes in the Feb, 2012 journal Obstetrics & Gynecology. The article concludes by stating: “Legal induced abortion is markedly safer than childbirth. The risk of death associated with childbirth is approximately 14 times higher than that with abortion. Similarly, the overall morbidity associated with childbirth exceeds that with abortion.” Is this the truth? NIFLA doesn’t believe so.

  • Posted: 05/30/2014
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Judge tells abortionist: Quit trying to break the law and put women’s lives at risk

Two Oklahoma abortion clinics do not meet new law

Catholic Diocese of Greensburg files lawsuit over Obamacare

Eight scary things abortion activists have said

Former abortion facility manager turns to Christ, recants pro-abortion beliefs

More than 130 pro-life candidates elected in Ireland after ‘Vote Pro-Life’ drive

Maternal mortality and abortion advocacy

Abortion doctors restrictions take root in South

WV Senate President to Governor: call special session to address Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

Why is there no support for pregnant college students who reject abortion?

Abortion activists call volunteer state pro-lifers the “Tennessee Taliban”

Federal trial begins Tuesday on Wisconsin’s abortion law

Relational apologetics: Another pro-choice friend becomes pro-life

Oklahoma Senate OKs new abortion restrictions bill

Mum thankful for baby girl after abortion attempt failed

Biggest abortion liberalization confirmed in new guidance

Abortion activist Sarah Silverman says unborn babies are “Just Goo”

Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri announces it will close its Hays facility

Gallup found a drop in pro-life sentiment, but the long-term gains are undeniable

    National Review Online: Yesterday, Gallup released a survey on attitudes toward abortion that found a slight decrease in pro-life sentiment since their most recent poll in May 2013. Forty-six percent of respondents identified as “pro-life,” while 47 percent identified as “pro-choice.” But the poll did contain some good news for pro-lifers: Gallup found that pro-lifers seem to care more about the issue when voting than pro-choicers.

  • Posted: 05/23/2014
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Liberal groups show how far they will go to the left