Turning the debate away from the reality of abortion to questions of whether pro-lifers are sufficiently consistent or charitable is just a diversion.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services could make a lot of headway on directing tax dollars away from abortion, despite Congress’ impotence.
A pro-abortion campaign demands Americans consider abortion in terms of ‘what women go through,’ rather than in terms of ‘rights on paper.’ This is deceptive.
The powerful defense of free speech Kennedy delivered in one of his final cases shows a path forward for a nation struggling with severe partisan divides.
Even Americans who call themselves pro-choice can celebrate the court’s decision to protect a woman’s freedom to choose motherhood.
The majority opinion in NIFLA provides crisis pregnancy centers a nearly impenetrable protection from government interference with their pro-life message.
When Roe v. Wade is finally overturned, the matter will be left to the states. Some states will ban the practice, and more will follow suit.
Given the Women’s Care Center’s history with South Bend, one would be less likely to think its efforts to serve pregnant women and their babies would be thwarted by its own mayor.
What kind of people target nonprofit organizations that offer free medical care and resources to women facing the desperation of a crisis pregnancy? For one, HBO’s John Oliver.
The major question discussed was what California could require of medical facilities under the state’s authority to regulate the practice of medicine.
Based on oral arguments, even the liberal justices didn’t like a law that discriminates against pro-life pregnancy clinics.
A powerful amicus brief seeks to bring humanity to a complex legal question about free speech overlaid with the also-controversial issue of abortion.
NARAL attempts to undermine crisis pregnancy centers by identifying ‘deceptive practices’ they use to lie to and mistreat women. Yet NARAL offers no citations or evidence.
Too many men have let this argument be the kryptonite that keeps them from getting involved in the pro-life movement as equal partners with women.
These moms rejected abortion, chose life in an unexpected pregnancy, and stood with President Trump during his address to the March for Life.
Had the couple stayed longer in China, Mensheng and the boys may have been prime targets for a totalitarian regime that has aborted more than 400 million babies.
While a late-term abortionist is out of business in Germantown, he says he’ll reopen his deadly practice that has sent at least 10 women to the hospital in ambulances and killed two.
Abortion supporters are coordinating online and in-person attacks against pregnancy centers and medical clinics that are rescuing a child from abortion every two minutes in the U.S. alone.
With 54 percent of women who resort to abortion identifying themselves as Christians, Lauren found herself fighting a common battle between the redemptive promises of love and abortion.
Seeking to ‘expose’ pregnancy centers that offer women the help they need during an unexpected pregnancy, all Lady Parts Justice League exposed was its own ignorance of the facts.
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