June 21, 2018

Poll: Majority Rejects Abortion-on-Demand

According to the most recent survey, as many Americans identify as "pro-life" (48 percent) as "pro-choice" (48 percent). That's a big improvement from the results of Gallup's first poll on the issue back in the mid-1990s, when 56 percent identified themselves as "pro-choice," and only 33 percent claimed to be "pro-life." Even more importantly, more Americans now believe that abortion is morally wrong (48 percent) than believe it's morally acceptable (43 percent). Read more...

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U.S. Pulls Out of Pro-Abortion Council

The United States will be exiting the United Nations Human Rights Council, Ambassador Nikki Haley confirmed, citing the body’s record of failing and neglecting its titular mission. Haley blasted the council, which has promoted abortion and the LGBT agenda, as “a protector of human rights abusers, and a cesspool of political bias,” Fox News reports. Read more...

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Pro-Life Group Sues Ball State U.

The Students for Life chapter at Ball State University filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the Indiana-based public institution for refusing funding to their group. The pro-life group had requested that the Student Activity Fee Committee, which is made up of students and administrators, grant $300 for the group's initiative, "Pregnant on Campus." The initiative helps students who are pregnant or parenting by giving them information for organizations that can assist them emotionally and financially, or help them with other material needs. Read more...

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June 16, 2018

Abortionists Attack Texas Laws

The abortion lobby in Texas launched a new legal strategy it hopes will invalidate scores of pro-life laws that have been on the books for years. Attorneys representing the infamous Texas abortion provider Whole Woman’s Health filed a lawsuit against the state’s ultrasound requirement, 24-hour waiting period, licensing standards, requirement that abortions be performed only by doctors rather than clinic staff, and more. Read more...

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Alberta Bans Pro-Life Free Speech

The Alberta legislature passed a bill forbidding pro-life protesters and sidewalk counselors from coming within 50 meters of an abortion facility, under penalty of fines or even prison time. The so-called Protecting Choice for Women Accessing Health Care Act passed by a 45-1 vote, CBC News reports. Members of the Official Opposition United Conservative Party did not participate in the vote. Read more...

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Fight Continues Over Tax-Paid Abortions

Arguments were heard in the Fourth District Appellate Court in Springfield on if House Bill 40 violates the Constitution. HB40 was signed into law in September 2017. It expanded abortion coverage for women insured by Medicaid and the State Employees Group Insurance. Read more...

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May 30, 2018

Why Was Pope Francis Silent?

While the world reeled at the alleged comments Pope Francis recently made on homosexuality, it also noticed the pontiff's deafening silence on Ireland's now-lost abortion referendum. Pope Francis allegedly told a male victim of priestly sex abuse that God "made" him gay and that's "okay," which made headlines around the world. The Vatican press office wouldn't confirm or deny the comment. Many have noted the Catholic Church's minimal role in the campaign to save the pro-life Eighth Amendment, partly because the homosexual sex abuse crisis was so bad in Ireland that it shattered the Church's credibility. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 07:22 PM Posted to Politics

Louisiana's Governor Signs Restrictive Abortion Ban

Louisiana's Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards on Wednesday signed a bill that would ban abortions after 15 weeks. The law will only take effect if a similar law in Mississippi is upheld by a federal court in its ongoing legal battle. The Louisiana measure would impose a prison sentence of up to two years for someone who performs an abortion after 15 weeks. Read more...


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Woman Gives Birth at Abortion Clinic

A woman goes into Mississippi's sole abortion clinic and ends up giving birth. According to the clinic, the woman went in for what she thought would be an abortion consultation. When the doctor checked her, he discovered she was in labor. "He asked us to call 911, instructed us that they patient was fixing to deliver," said Shannon Brewer, Director of the Jackson Women's Health Clinic. Read more...

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May 26, 2018

Ireland Votes to End Abortion Ban

Ireland voted decisively to repeal one of the world’s more restrictive abortion bans, sweeping aside generations of conservative patriarchy and dealing the latest in a series of stinging rebukes to the Roman Catholic Church. In the past three years alone, Ireland has installed a gay man as prime minister and has voted in another referendum to allow same-sex marriage. Read more...

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May 16, 2018

Louisiana House Passes 15-Week Bill

The Louisiana House strongly supported a bill Tuesday that would prohibit abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy. Louisiana is the second state to attempt to prohibit abortions after 15 weeks. Mississippi passed a similar law in March, but a judge blocked it after the last abortion facility in the state sued. Read more...

Posted by Webmaster at 03:25 PM Posted to Legislation

Planned Parenthood Challenges Iowa Law

A lawsuit challenging the nation's most restrictive abortion law was filed in Iowa, a state that for years was largely left out of Republican efforts to overturn abortion protections and where the Democratic attorney general has refused to defend the law. If allowed to take effect, the law would ban most abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, around the sixth week of pregnancy, a point when, abortion-rights groups say, many women don't know that they are pregnant. Read more...

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