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Kermit Gosnell isn’t sorry

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by John Jansen Wed Sep 25 12:03 EST Comments (2)

I’ve often thought that one of the best things that could happen to the pro-life movement is for the “pro-choice” movement to get its own 24-hour cable channel.

Just give them a camera, give them a microphone, and let them talk. And talk. And…

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Our response to Donald Low: Legalizing euthanasia has consequences and is not safe.

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by Alex Schadenberg Wed Sep 25 11:57 EST Comments (6)

Donald Low

On September 18, 2013, Dr Donald Low, the Canadian Mircrobiologist who became famous for his response to the SARS crisis in 2003, died from complications related to a brain stem tumour.

Eight days before he died, Low participated in a short…

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Hope in the midst of a massacre: the Christian response to the Navy Yard shooting

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by Eric Metaxas Wed Sep 25 11:49 EST Comments (0)

September 25, 2013 (BreakPoint) - On Monday, September 16th a disturbed thirty-four year-old named Aaron Alexis entered the Washington Navy Yard and opened fire. By the time the shooting was over, thirteen people, including Alexis, were dead.

In…

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It calls itself the ‘birthplace of religious toleration’: but we were turned away for being pro-life

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by Fr. Shenan Boquet Wed Sep 25 11:48 EST Comments (3)

Replica of the Dove in St. Mary's City, MD
Procession around St. Clement's Island.

Father Shenan J. Boquet is the president of Human Life International, a Catholic pro-life organization. 

September 25, 2013 (HLI) - Catholicism in America dates back to 1492, when Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue to the New World on…

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Tags: religious freedom, shenan boquet

Euthanasia deaths continue their relentless rise in the Netherlands

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by Peter Saunders Wed Sep 25 11:36 EST Comments (3)

According to Dutch media reports today, euthanasia deaths in the Netherlands in 2012 increased by 13% to 4,188. This follows increases of 13% in 2009, 19% in 2010 and 18% in 2011 and comes in the first year after the introduction of 'mobile…

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The proposed ‘once-a-month contraceptive pill’ isn’t contraception at all, but abortion

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by Peter Saunders Wed Sep 25 11:27 EST Comments (0)

September 25, 2013 (PJ Saunders) - The Guardian and other news outlets have highlighted a new journal article arguing that a ‘once-a-month contraceptive pill’ is ‘scientifically possible’.

Writing in the Journal of Family Planning and…

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Article falsely claims pro-lifers don’t care about minor who had abortion

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by Sarah Terzo Wed Sep 25 11:14 EST Comments (1)

September 24, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - In an article on Care2 entitled “Pregnant Teens are Just Political Pawns to Anti-Abortion Activists,” a pro-choice author blasts pro-lifers for filing a complaint against abortionist Dr. Ulrich Klopfer. On…

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11 things pro-choicers don’t get

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by Kristi Burton Brown Wed Sep 25 10:27 EST Comments (8)

September 24, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - 1) It’s not about choice; it’s about abortion.

I mean, really, what “choice” are we talking about here? The “choice” to what? We’re not debating the “choice” to keep your child and raise him yourself. We’re…

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I was having dinner with the Pope when worried pro-lifers started contacting me about his interview

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by Fr. Frank Pavone Tue Sep 24 11:38 EST Comments (14)

Fr. Frank Pavone and Pope Francis

September 24, 2013 (PriestsforLife.org) - As the Director of Priests for Life, known worldwide as a ministry within the Catholic Church that urges more preaching, teaching, and action against abortion, I was asked by many alarmed and confused…

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Tags: abortion, frank pavone, pope francis

How one man stopped a massacre: the hero behind the FRC shooting

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by Tony Perkins Tue Sep 24 10:24 EST Comments (4)

FRC staff leaving the courthouse on Thursday.

September 19, 2013 (FRC) - It was just 52 seconds, but what happened on the morning of August 15, 2012 changed FRC forever. Were it not for an ordinary man showing extraordinary courage, an activist bent on massacring an office of innocent people…

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Tim’s Place. . . and ours

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by John Stonestreet Tue Sep 24 09:59 EST Comments (1)

September 24, 2013 (BreakPoint) - A few Friday nights ago, I was in Albuquerque to speak at a gathering of our New Mexico Centurions class. Having missed dinner, I pulled up to a juice place to get a last minute smoothie.

In the very same strip…

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Abortion advocate: People get legal rights only when they can walk

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by Kristi Burton Brown Tue Sep 24 09:21 EST Comments (3)

Should these beautiful people be stripped of their legal rights?

September 20, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - Apparently you should have the right to live only if you also have the ability to walk.

In the fall of 2008, I debated a woman named Fofi on the “Colorado Decides” program. We were debating the pros and cons…

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Unbiased’ abortion clinic counselling: the rhetoric vs. the grim reality

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by Sarah Terzo Tue Sep 24 09:09 EST Comments (2)

September 22, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - Peter Korn spent a year observing abortions and interviewing patients at an abortion clinic for his book Lovejoy: A Year in the Life of an Abortion Clinic (New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996). He was…

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When friends won’t let friends be pro-life

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by Kristen Hatten Tue Sep 24 08:55 EST Comments (9)

September 23, 2013 (LiveActionNews) - When I was 27, I became pro-life. I’ve written about it extensively so I won’t rehash the story. A year later, I became Catholic. During that year, when I was blogging (via the ancient site known as MySpace)…

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How did the silence of hundreds of thousands of students save hundreds of babies?

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by Bryan Kemper Mon Sep 23 13:50 EST Comments (1)

In the spring of 2004, a student from McNeese State University asked me, “What can I do to work with other students around the country, in solidarity, to help end abortion?”

I hear things like that all the time from the students I speak to.…

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