November 16, 2017

Ministerettes 'Bless' Abortion Center

As abortion business Whole Women's Health fights a pro-life law in Texas, area women ministers expressed their support by collectively blessing the pregnancy termination provider. Last week, clergy sang "Alleluia!" as they prayed for the business and its staff. Organizer Kentina Washington-Leapheart of the Religious Institute said the purpose of the media event was to promote the idea that abortion is an acceptable Christian thing to do. "We're trying say (the pro-life) narrative isn't the only narrative related to faith," she explained. Read more...

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Church's Pro-Life Display Vandalized

Volunteers at Faith Bible Church placed about 600 white crosses in the church's lawn earlier this month next to a sign that reads "Pray to end abortion." On Tuesday night, the Rev. Gene Harris, the church's pastor, returned from dinner to find the crosses broken and pulled from the ground, he said. "They were carefully and reverently placed, and it's sad that someone would desecrate the cross of Christ," Harris said. "We're not sure if someone specifically wanted to target the pro-life message or if it was just a random act of vandalism." Read more...

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November 14, 2017

Supreme Court to Hear California Law Challenge

The U.S. Supreme Court today decided to hear a pro-life challenge against a California law that forces pro-life centers, such as pregnancy medical clinics, to advertise abortion. The decision marks the first time the country's highest court will hear an abortion-related case during the Trump administration. Pro-life advocates who have opposed the law, including The National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA), praised the Supreme Court for deciding to hear what it called a "critical free speech case." Read more...

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FBI Probing Trafficking of Baby Parts?

The FBI has requested unredacted documents from Congress that were obtained during the 2015 hearings on Planned Parenthood's allegedly illegal trafficking of aborted baby body parts for profit, reported The Hill. Pro-life activists have welcomed the move as a first sign of a criminal probe into the abortion giant. Read more...

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Satanist Sues Missouri Over 72-Hour Wait

Missouri law mandates a 72-hour waiting period prior to having an abortion. The woman, an adherent of the so-called "Satanic Temple," claims that the law violates her religious beliefs and violates her freedom of religion because she, as a satanist, does not believe that life begins at conception. Read more...

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November 12, 2017

Bill Would Protect Pro-Life Nurses

Pro-life members of Congress have introduced legislation to protect health care providers from being compelled to provide abortions under threat of losing their jobs. Rep. Chris Smith, R-N.J., held a press conference on the House Triangle outside the U.S. Capitol to promote the Conscience Protection Act. The bill is designed to "end discrimination against people, [insurance] plans and providers for choosing not to be involved in abortion," according to a statement from Smith. Read more...

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Ohio Bill Would Block Down Syndrome Abortions

Ohio's GOP-controlled House passed a bill to ban abortions after a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome. The proposal, which passed 63-30, would penalize doctors who perform those types of abortions. American women choose to terminate pregnancies 50% to 85% of the time after a Down syndrome diagnosis, according to a study published in 2012 in the medical journal Prenatal Diagnosis. Read more...

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November 07, 2017

Second-Trimester Abortion a 'Brutal Procedure'

Attorneys for the state of Texas defended a law restricting the most common second-trimester abortion procedure with testimony from a doctor who described it as a "brutal procedure in which a living human being is torn to pieces." Earlier this year the Republican-led Legislature passed Senate Bill 8, a set of comprehensive abortion regulations that banned dilation and evacuation a medical procedure used to remove a fetus using surgical tools unless the fetus is deceased. It is the most common method used to perform an abortion in the second trimester. Read more...

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U.S. House Considers 'Heartbeat Protection Act'

A House committee considered a bill that would make it illegal for doctors to perform abortions after a heartbeat is detected. The "Heartbeat Protection Act," authored by Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), would make it a crime for a doctor to perform an abortion if the fetus has a "detectable" heart beat. King acknowledged that such a bill, if signed into law, would face legal challenges, possibly going all the way to the Supreme Court. Read more...

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Ottawa Students Ban Pro-Life Clubs

A pro-life student group at the University of Ottawa has been censored and stripped of club status because their mandate promotes human rights for all human beings. In a follow-up recent decision, the Student Union on November 5th has now voted to have the Student Union be a "pro-choice" entity only supporting groups that support legalized abortion. The section reads that Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) will "affirms a person's right to choose. No SFUO resources, space, recognition, or funding will be allocated to enhance groups/individuals with the primary/sole purpose of pro-life activities." Read more...

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October 30, 2017

Jim Rudd: More Than a Warrior

When the late Jim Rudd was called into the Pro-Life ministry, he decided that he needed to do more than just be an out-spoken advocate, or a political lobbyist, or the editor of a high-traffic website. He felt he needed to go out onto the battlefield.

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Hiding the 'Dark Side of Abortion'

The Pro Life Campaign (PLC) has accused the Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment of trying to suppress the "dark side of abortion" in order to promote the repeal of the Constitution's restriction on terminations. The claim was made in a statement coinciding with a protest outside the British Embassy in Dublin marking the 50th anniversary of the introduction of legalised abortion in Britain. The PLC's Dr Ruth Cullen said that when the 1967 Abortion Act was passed at Westminster, nobody envisaged that it would lead to a situation where one in every five pregnancies is now aborted and where 200,000 abortions take place every year. Read more...

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