September 19, 2018

Court Blocks Abortion-Funding Lawsuit

An Illinois appellate court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed to stop a law that'll expand Medicaid and state-employee group health insurance to cover abortions. A three-judge panel of the Fourth District Appellate Court ruled unanimously that a Sangamon County judge correctly dismissed the lawsuit filed by anti-abortion groups. The judge ruled in January that courts shouldn't intervene in General Assembly "political questions." Read more...

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Pro-Lifers Sue Toledo Cops

Pro-life activists have filed a lawsuit against Toledo, Ohio, and its police force, accusing them of violating their free speech and religious freedom rights. Calvin Zastrow and his daughter, Corrie, filed the civil rights action in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio against the city of Toledo, its police chief and two officers. At issue were multiple incidents in which the Zastrows were forced by police to stop holding religious pro-life demonstrations on a public sidewalk across the street from an abortion clinic. Read more...

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Judge Rules in Favor of Indiana Clinic

A judge has ruled in favor of an abortion chain seeking to open a clinic in Indiana but pro-life activists are vowing to fight the effort. Whole Woman's Health Alliance, which is headquartered in Texas, went to court over its plans to open a South Bend abortuary. Jackie Appleman, executive director of Saint Joseph County Right to Life says the Indiana Department of Health denied the license request and Whole Woman's appealed and won a ruling last week. Read more...

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September 10, 2018

Kaepernick Funds Radical Pro-Abortion Activism

Colin Kaepernick helps fund radical abortion activism. He directly donated $25,000 to the extreme pro-abortion group, Center for Reproductive Rights. This is the outfit that celebrated the 40thanniversary of Roe v. Wade with a bizarre sexualized tribute to the millions killed by abortion, called “Happy 40th Anniversary, Baby”. Read more...

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NY Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers Under Attack

The Big Apple and state of New York have been targeting pro-life pregnancy centers with laws that – for the most part – have been declared unconstitutional, but that has not slowed down the assault. The latest assault is a bill proposed by Assemblyman Deborah Glick. The bill – if passed – would require information for a database to find ways to further cripple the centers. Read more...

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Video: The Reality of 'Safe and Legal'

There’s little real difference between “professional” abortions and the abortion lobby’s proverbial back alleys, according to a new video tour of a now-defunct abortion facility. Pro-life activist Lauren Handy released a video on Facebook Wednesday touring the National Abortion Holocaust Memorial in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The building used to be an abortion facility called Delta Women's Clinic, where almost 30,000 babies are estimated to have been killed from 1986 until 1994. Read more...

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Millennial Evangelicals Must Hold Fast Against Abortion

Even though we know it's a complex issue and that simple laws and legislation won't merely stop the taking of lives, that doesn't mean we throw in the towel and stop fighting for simple laws and legislation. That's what it means to stand for the sanctity of all human beings. We have to be personally and politically pro-life with every person and on every issue, especially abortion. Read more...

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August 25, 2018

Oprah Promotes 'Shout Your Abortion' Campaign

Entertainment icon Oprah Winfrey devoted an article to the founder of the "Shout Your Abortion" movement in the latest issue of her magazine. "How One Woman Became an Activist With the Hashtag #ShoutYourAbortion," by Amelia Bonow in the July 2018 issue of O Magazine, details how Brown found herself "sitting on my couch crying" in 2015 after hearing that the U.S. House of Representatives had voted to defund the Planned Parenthood abortion giant (a measure that ultimately failed). Read more...


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Pro-Lifers Lose Fetal Tissue Appeal

Pro-life advocates lost an appeal that challenged the University of Minnesota's use of aborted fetal tissue for medical research. The state Court of Appeals said the lawsuit filed in 2016 by Pro-Life Action Ministries is moot because the Legislature clarified the law, specifically allowing research on aborted fetal tissue, while the case was pending. Read more...

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Rulings Could Curb Campus Censorship

Recent First Amendment rulings by the Supreme Court could force courts and university administrators to take a closer look at controversial practices that have marginalized certain political views – often conservative ones – on campus. Free speech on campus has emerged as a hot debate in recent years, amid a rash of speakers being disinvited or violently protested. These issues are often handled in-house – but now, the courts could hold sway. Read more...

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August 21, 2018

Argentina Rejects Abortion Legalization

After the recent fall of Catholic Ireland to the abortion regime, pro-abortion forces appeared confident that they could gain another victory for their ideology – this time Catholic Argentina. Instead, after a bill was introduced to legalize abortion-on-demand up to 14 weeks of pregnancy, millions of ordinary pro-life Argentineans took to the streets in peaceful protests, demanding that their legislators stand for life. Read more...

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Iowa Heartbeat Exception Clause Challenged

A Polk County District Court Judge Michael Huppert recently placed a temporary injunction on Iowa’s new fetal heartbeat abortion ban while it is challenged in court. Save The 1, a pro-life organization based in Michigan representing over 600 people who were conceived in rape or incest and mothers who became pregnant under such circumstances, filed a motion to intervene. They are opposed to the exceptions in the law made for cases of rape, incest, and fetal abnormalities. Read more...

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