Public Opinion

Media Nearly Unanimously Support Abortion

Despite the views of the American people, media outlets in states that passed abortion laws overwhelmingly favored pro-abortion views, a survey found. "A total of 21 papers from 12 different states condemned heartbeat bills, which are set to go into effect in Georgia and Missouri in 2019. Iowa,  […]

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Poll Reveals Growing Pro-Life Support

Sixty percent of Americans do not want Roe v. Wade to be overturned by the Supreme Court. Those who do want the infamous abortion ruling overturned account for 33 percent, and seven percent had no opinion. However, the poll also shows younger generations seem to be getting more pro-life. Generation  […]

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Vote For Life Movement Growing

In 2016 more pro-life adults than pro-choice adults said “they will only vote for a candidate who shares their views on abortion”—23% to 17%–a 6 point advantage. But in 2019 the gap is even larger–35% to 26%–a nine point advantage. You’d never know it from Gallup’s headline or the understated way  […]

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Pro-Life Group Calls for Netflix Boycott

A United Kingdom-based pro-life group has called for a boycott of Netflix after the streaming giant said it would consider shunning Georgia over the state's recently-enacted "heartbeat" abortion bill -- and over 7,000 people have signed a petition. Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted  […]

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Nikki Haley Slams Pro-Abortion Feminists

Feminism that supports the violent destruction of babies in the womb "is not real feminism," former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said recently. Haley, who recently served as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, slammed abortion activists for demanding that women conform to their  […]

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Georgia's Kemp Mocks 'C-List Celebrities'

Over the weekend, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp mocked "C-list celebrities" over their threats to boycott the state for signing a so-called "heartbeat bill" into law. The pro-life legislation protects the unborn from abortion when they have a detectable heartbeat, which is around six  […]

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New York's Up-to-Birth Law Not Popular

When New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law legislation legalizing abortions up to birth in New York state, pro-life organizations called that a radical law out of step with the views of most Americans on abortion. According to a new poll conducted by Marist University, those pro-life groups were right. That’s because just 13 percent of Americans and 21 percent of New York residents support that New York law allowing abortions for any reason without any limits up to the day a baby is born. Read more...

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Alyssa Milano Calls for Georgia Boycott

Celebrity Alyssa Milano wants Hollywood to boycott the state of Georgia for being pro-life. The pro-abortion actress ("Who's the Boss?" "Project Runway: All Stars") criticized the state for passing a bill to protect unborn babies from abortion after their heartbeats are detectable, according to the Washington Examiner. "There are over 20 productions shooting in GA, and the state just voted to strip women of their bodily autonomy," she wrote on Twitter. "Hollywood! We should stop feeding GA economy." Read More

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CNN Article Smears 'Anti-Abortion Extremists'

CNN Health published an article titled "Before judging 'late-term abortion,' understand what it means, doctors say." This article hardly qualifies as balanced, if for no other reason than the doctors author Jessica Ravitz chose to interview. One doctor interviewed by Ravitz demonized opponents of late-term abortion as "anti-abortion extremists." Read More

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Google 'Blacklisted' Pro-Life Videos

Internet giant Google makes a common practice of manipulating search results to obscure YouTube searches for topics of interest to conservatives, according to leaked materials obtained by the conservative website Breitbart, and recently added pro-life searches to an internal "blacklist" in response to left-wing pressure. OBreitbart reported that it was leaked a partial list of terms in a "blacklist" file for "controversial YouTube queries," as well as an internal Google discussion thread on the subject. "We have tons of white- and blacklists that humans manually curate. Hopefully this isn't surprising or particularly controversial," a Google site reliability engineer said in the chat. Read More

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