Most advocates of late-term abortion will do anything to avoid describing the unpleasant realities and consequences of their increasingly radical position.
Unsurprisingly, the Guttmacher Institute consistently releases data they say shows that their abortion industry allies and funders have done no harm.
When it comes to parenthood, you’re never going to be fully ‘ready.’ But that’s okay: despite all the difficulties, life is worth it.
Since Donald Trump’s debate statements will be comprehensively fact-checked by the entire indignant media, let’s talk about Hillary Clinton.
The assertion that 56.3 million abortions occur worldwide annually is highly improbable and unprovable, besides four and a half times the actual documented data available.
In an attempt to prove abortion safer than childbirth, Vox compares two data points from the Centers for Disease Control that the CDC itself has said are not comparable.
During the last Democratic Party debate, Hillary Clinton demanded to know why the press wasn’t asking her about abortion. Good question.
Planned Parenthood’s Guttmacher Institute has finally responded to queries about how it’s altered its unintended pregnancies reporting.
Planned Parenthood’s research arm is hiding data to bolster claims that Planned Parenthood and IUDs are reducing unintended births among poor women.
It’s a laughable exaggeration to equate the so-called ‘right to abortion’ with the people’s right to keep and bear arms.
Under the guise of “youth rights,” progressives are relentlessly fencing parents out of the crucial, value-laden decisions in their children’s lives.
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