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A New Poll Shows Strong Support for Pro-Life Policies

The Knights of Columbus released the results of their annual Marist poll on sanctity-of-life issues. They surveyed 1025 adults between January 6 and January 9 of this year. Unlike many other abortion surveys, they ask questions about a wide range of abortion policies. These Knights of Columbus polls  […]

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Tennesseans Misunderstand Abortion Law, Want Exceptions

Most registered voters in Tennessee want exceptions for rape or incest in the state's sweeping abortion ban, but they largely don't know the specifics of what's in the law as it stands today, according to new Vanderbilt University polling. The disconnect comes in a state that votes consistently for  […]

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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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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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Nevada State Website Blasts Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Before launching his "information page," Nevada Gov. Sisolak should have done more due diligence regarding pregnancy centers. Rather than attack pregnancy centers, he should have invited their representatives to contribute to the information being provided to pregnant women considering  […]

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Woman Says Pro-Life Pregnancy Center Saved Her Life

As Democratic politicians continue to claim that crisis pregnancy centers harm women through lies and coercion, one woman has credited such an organization with saving her life. The targeting of pregnancy centers does not sit well with Gina Marie, a mother who has been helped greatly by a pro-life  […]

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Pro-Abortion MDs Want Media to Cancel Pro-Life Voices

The media already mostly ignores anti-assisted-suicide voices in its biased reporting on that issue. Now, Physicians for Reproductive Health — an organization of pro-abortion medical and non-medical activists — is pushing the media to ban all pro-life voices from its reporting on abortion. This call  […]

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Pro-Life Legislation and the Pain of Compromise

Just a few months ago, mandatory sonograms and waiting periods for those seeking abortions were the best we could do to protect life under Roe. If we could save even one life, we tried to do so. Our challenge today is that, at this point in America's history, we have to work incrementally by  […]

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Chemical Abortion Is Next Pro-Life Battlefield

In response, 19 states have prohibited chemical abortion through telehealth, and some have introduced legislation that would ban the practice entirely. The power of states in this new area, however, is unclear. Attorney General Merrick Garland has said that states “may not ban mifepristone based on  […]

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U.S. Bishops Blasts 'Abortion on Demand' Vote

Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee on Pro-Life Activities and Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York, chairman of the USCCB’s Committee for Religious Liberty, issued the following statement: “The majority in the House of  […]

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Pro-Life Movement Has Achieved Victory, But Not Yet Justice

Children will now have protection in some states, but in the bigger picture, we are just getting started. To send abortion to the states is not full justice. No state, whether pro-life or pro-abortion, should get to decide whether children live or die. The right to life—the most basic human right—is  […]

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What's Next for the Pro-Life Movement?

The people in this movement have fought for decades to reach this moment. They just have to decide what to do now. Nathan Berning is one of many abortion opponents who wants, more than anything, to see a substantial expansion of the social safety net. I talked with a dozen others like him—people who  […]

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Transitioning to a More Life-Affirming Culture

The pro-life community and legislators will need to expand services to mothers and families as Texas did. Programs like SFLA's Standing with You will be even more vital for women seeking information about federal, state and local programs already in place. Still, this transition to a more  […]

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Dana Hall McCain: A New Chapter in the Pro-Life Movement

If we in red state America fail to treat women and children with the compassion and care we have always promised as we advocated for an end to abortion, that failure will be highlighted and leveraged by abortion proponents to influence purple states. If the pro-life community shows a lack of empathy  […]

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The left Is Furious; They Ought to Be Contrite

Maybe it’s time everyone slowed down and looked at Roe for what it was. It was legal malpractice of the highest order that disenfranchised hundreds of millions of Americans by rationalizing that the Constitution had settled the question of abortion. An issue that rightly belonged in state  […]

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The 'Seals and Crofts' Pro-Life Song

Careful readers of the obituaries may have noticed the death this past Monday of Jim Seals, co-leader of the popular 1970s soft-rock band Seals and Crofts. He was 79 and lived in Nashville. Once upon a time, Seals and Crofts became a household name in music with a string of popular hits –  […]

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More Than Half of Americans Say They Are 'Pro Choice'

A Gallup poll conducted mostly after the draft of a Supreme Court decision addressing abortion rights was leaked finds a marked shift in public attitudes over the past year. After a decade in which Americans' identification as "pro-choice" varied narrowly between 45 percent and 50 percent,  […]

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This Really Is a Different Pro-Life Movement

In the United States, the anti-abortion movement did not remain predominantly Catholic. Southern evangelical Protestants, who had once hesitated to embrace the anti-abortion movement in the belief that it was a sectarian Catholic campaign, began enlisting in the cause in the late '70s and '80s.  […]

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