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Inside an Abortion Hospital

Author Magda Denes witnessed abortions for her book In Necessity and Sorrow: Life and Death Inside an Abortion Hospital: “I am drawn to the unit, irresistible, by my reactions of disbelief, sorrow, horror, compassion, guilt. The place depresses me, yet I hang around after working hours. When I leave, I behave outside with the expansiveness […]
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Pro-life facts about hormonal contraception

A fantastic no holds barred article by former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson.   I’m just going to go ahead and let you know that this article is going to probably anger a lot of people. But I am a truth teller, and sometimes truth hurts. And as pro-lifers, this is information that we simply […]
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Euthanasia: Lethal Dose Has Fearful Consequences

The Sydney Morning Herald published an excellent article by Anthony Fisher. He sympathised with the reasons why people would want it to be legal to allow some people to be given a lethal injection on compassionate grounds. However, he warned that such legislation can’t be made safe. He wrote: “I understand why some people want […]
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Should men be able to speak about abortion?

There is a popular ‘defeater’ that is commonly brought up by pro-abortion/choice women whenever men present their views in support of human life and against the intentional killing of the most vulnerable members of the human community through abortion. It pretty much amounts to little more than, ‘you have no right to speak about abortion […]
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The Intensity Gap

A fantastic piece I discovered on Marjorie Dannenfelser,  pro-life activist and president of the Susan B. Anthony List and the mission to abolish aborti0n in America.   One afternoon in May, Lindsey Graham, the Republican senator from South Carolina, took the Senate floor to ask for a vote on a provocatively named bill: the Pain-Capable […]
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