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Pro-choice thought experiment: The burning IVF lab

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by Clinton Wilcox Fri Oct 11 10:36 EST Comments (7)

October 9, 2013 (Secular Pro-Life) - Dean Stretton imagines a case in which an emergency arises and a person is faced with the choice of rescuing ten frozen human embryos or five adult patients. Since virtually everyone would choose to save the…

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Oh Sweet Lorraine: the beauty of lifelong marriage

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by John Stonestreet Fri Oct 11 10:18 EST Comments (1)

October 10, 2013 (BreakPoint) - Where were you in 1938? I wasn’t born yet, but I’m told the United States was still mired in the Great Depression and World War II had not yet started.

But 95-year-old Fred Stobaugh from Peoria, Illinois does…

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More than 500 pounds of pro-life resources are heading to Kenya

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by HLI Staff Fri Oct 11 10:09 EST Comments (1)

October 11, 2013 (HLI) - From our world headquarters in Front Royal, Virginia, Human Life International ships pro-life materials to our affiliates around the world. From books and educational pamphlets to prayer cards and DVDs, HLI supplies our…

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After accepting population control, poor nations face age and demographic collapse

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by Stefano Gennarini, J.D. Fri Oct 11 09:52 EST Comments (6)

October 11, 2013 (C-FAM) - They were promised prosperity and security in their youth. Now, in their old age, they face ruin and bankruptcy.

Poor countries are not ready to face the global aging phenomenon, according to a new index on aging from…

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New pro-abortion tactic: demonize adoption

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by Kathy Ostrowski Fri Oct 11 09:27 EST Comments (3)

October 10, 2013 (NRLC) - Andrea Grimes, writing at RH reality check, a pro-abortion blog, has issued a clarion call to forestall a Texas proposal that would require three hours of adoption counseling prior to any abortion. Her plan? Undermine…

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DAY 17: There but for the grace of God

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by Shawn Carney - 40 Days for Life Fri Oct 11 09:14 EST Comments (0)

We live in a society that condones, encourages – even celebrates abortion as a legitimate “choice.”

Even someone you’d least suspect can be tempted. It could be someone in the next car … the next house … even the next pew in church. We’re all…

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Why an “inclusive” Mother’s Day is exclusionary

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by Lou Iacobelli Fri Oct 11 08:31 EST Comments (1)

Astral Drive Elementary School, NS

October 10, 2013 (Everyday Life For Canada) - By now, you may have heard the news that Astral Drive Elementary School, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, decided to no longer celebrate Mother's Day. And to be fair they will do the same with Father's Day.… Continue Reading »

Women have abortions because they feel trapped and hopeless, study finds

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October 9, 2013 (NRLC) - The reasons women have abortions are not simple and thus can be difficult to study and/or categorize. That’s one reason why the two most recent previous studies on abortion reasons, from the Guttmacher Institute, date from…

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Judge allows lawsuit against Virginia abortion clinic regulations to go forward

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by Dave Andrusko Thu Oct 10 09:52 EST Comments (0)

This process only seems interminable. Presumably someday there will be an end to the arduous process of writing new regulations for Virginia abortion clinics, pro-abortion opposition bordering on hysteria, and legal challenges.

But, alas, based…

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Why is the IRS targeting pro-family groups?

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by John Bates Wed Oct 09 19:33 EST Comments (0)

October 7, 2013 (Heritage) - How did America get to the point where the IRS is targeting conservative groups?

Three premier conservative lawyers cited campaign finance laws and a cultural acceptance of beating up on conservatives as factors in…

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MSNBC host says pro-abortion Wendy Davis would be a lifesaving governor

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by Susan Michelle Tyrrell Wed Oct 09 19:32 EST Comments (9)

October 10, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - From the bizarre logic file comes this story reporting on MSNBC’s Chris Hayes asserting on  his show, All In with Chris Hayes, that that Texas Senator Wendy Davis, made famous (or infamous, as the case may be)…

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Yes, we’re ‘militant.’ Our unborn brothers and sisters deserve nothing less

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by Brendan O'Morchoe Wed Oct 09 14:47 EST Comments (2)

Exposing the truth of abortion using means such as graphic photos of abortion victims shows the disgusting reality that abortion kills an innocent human being.

Oct. 9, 2013 (SFLA) - Throughout history, social reformers have been vilified and attacked for defending what is right and just. Supporters of slavery tried to discredit and slander abolitionist William Wilberforce. Civil rights activists of the…

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Transgendering children

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by Dr. Gerard M. Nadal Wed Oct 09 12:33 EST Comments (17)

Groucho Marx used to tell of a man who went to see a psychiatrist:

So you see, doctor, the problem is that my brother thinks he’s a chicken.

Well, have you told him he’s not a chicken?

No.

Why not?

Because we need the eggs!

As the…

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Belgian MP’s debating extending euthanasia to children with disabilities and people with dementia

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by Alex Schadenberg Wed Oct 09 12:28 EST Comments (3)

An article written by Adam Withnall and published in the The Independent on October 8, 2013 is reporting that the Belgian parliament has resumed its debate on the extension of euthanasia to children with disabilities and people with…

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Blind woman euthanized in The Netherlands

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by Wesley J. Smith Wed Oct 09 12:21 EST Comments (5)

It gets worse and worse–and yet the stories still repeat the mantra that euthanasia is implemented under “strict guidelines.”  

A Netherlanders woman lost her vision and was killed on request by her doctor. From the Dutch News…

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