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Follow the Science - Not the Pro-Abortion Yellow Brick Road of Nonsense

Some recent wicked absurdity in South Carolina demonstrated through denial of the existence of the fetal heartbeat - the latest in political posturing attempting to deny the humanity of the unborn – had a house of truth dropped on it by a pro-life medical professional. Former Georgia gubernatorial  […]

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Pro-Life Group Wants to Intervene in Minnesota Abortion Case

A group called MOMS — Mothers Offering Maternal Support — is asking the court for permission to intervene in the case, after a Ramsey County judge struck down Minnesota's parental notification and other anti-abortion laws and Attorney General Keith Ellison decided *not* to appeal. The pro-life  […]

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Pro-Life Laws Are Saving Thousands of Lives Across the Country

According to a study from the pro-abortion WeCount coalition, the answer is "yes," with the number of abortions nationwide falling by 10,000 in the first two months after the Dobbs decision. Ten thousand lives saved is cause for celebration, although you might not guess that from the  […]

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They're Not Pro-Choice; They Are Pro-Abortion

They call themselves "pro-choice," and they have succeeded in getting almost everyone else to refer to them as "pro-choice." They even refer to those who are anti-abortion as "anti-choice." But they aren't talking about "choice" as if they are supporting the  […]

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Catholic Bishops Lament Pro-Abortion Ballot Victories

As pro-abortion measures won on state ballots and pro-life measures faced defeat, Catholic bishops responded to election results with profound disappointment. They professed resolve to continue to work to defend unborn human life and support pregnant women in need. Some called for prayer and fasting  […]

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Republicans' Abortion Silence Backfires in Midterms

The blame game has begun around what led to Republicans' disappointing results in the midterms, with some outside groups zeroing in on the party's lack of an abortion message. Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, a large anti-abortion organization with close ties to GOP leaders, slammed Republican  […]

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This Is Not a Pro-Life Society — Our Task Is to Make It One

People like the idea of fewer abortions — as any normal person should — but aren’t convicted enough to do anything about it. It seems most voters see the right to life as an ideal that would require a great deal of moral effort to turn into reality, and many of them find themselves exhausted by the  […]

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Pro-Life Movement Suffered Losses in Several States

A pro-life ballot measure failed and several pro-abortion amendments succeeded during Tuesday's midterms, representing a significant spate of losses for the pro-life movement in the first general election since the repeal of Roe vs. Wade. Kentucky's Amendment 2, which would have amended the  […]

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With No Pro-Life Laws, Colorado Sees Abortion Numbers Spike

A new study has shown that the number of abortions in Colorado has spiked, in part because more women come from out of state seeking to procure abortions. While Catholic ministries and charities continue to help pregnant women in Colorado, the state Legislature could be poised to introduce  […]

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Pro-Life Doctors Say Misinformation Is Out of Control

The abortion misinformation that has been rampant since the Dobbs ruling overturned Roe v. Wade is having a tangible negative impact on human beings. Since Dobbs, abortion proponents have floated false narratives such as that women will die from ectopic pregnancy if abortion is restricted, when  […]

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Pro-Life OB-GYNs May Face Threat of Decertification

The American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) held its Midwifery Works Conference last month, but the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists (AAPLOG) had no presence there for the first time in 6 years. AAPLOG, a non-sectarian organization, operated as a "special  […]

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