A biased article from a liberal publication has been used as the sole source to try and debunk my life story of being a Planned Parenthood director who became pro-life.
The revelation that abortion rights activists have geared up to push radical legislation in as many as 25 states throws a spotlight on the misleading media coverage of the issue.
The pro-life movement has too much bark and no bite, too much signal and too little virtue. It takes participation in a march as more significant than legal victories ending abortion.
Abby Johnson has faced fierce criticism since leaving the abortion industry. She expects more to come in 2019, as her story hits theaters.
One highlight from Ben Shapiro’s Fox special that rightly created a buzz was his scorching five-minute takedown of abortion. Here are five more.
While both camps make their fair share of arguments, their reluctance to directly engage the other side makes it unlikely that society will progress towards a better understanding of this highly divisive issue.
Progressive writer Rachel Held Evans claimed if pro-lifers knew that babies saved from outlawing abortion were black, we would probably be pro-choice.
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.
Instead of explaining why the state has a compelling reason to protect innocent human life, Wisconsin Rep. Scott Allen chose to speak about potential benefits to the economy.
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.
Although the bill enjoys support across demographic and party lines it’s also highly unlikely to ever reach the Senate floor for a vote. That should change.
Tim Murphy’s failure to live up to the values he has espoused should not merely be atomized and swept through the news cycle as a one-off.
The simple, correct answer to the young liberal’s question is, ‘Yes, of course women should be prosecuted.’ It’s not politically or culturally palatable, but it is the truth.
These aggressive photos and videos are the face of the pro-life movement in Kentucky, and to many others all across the nation who see those stories.
Anyone who’s ever voiced pro-life views has heard the taunt: ‘You’re not pro-life, you’re pro-birth!’ But how true is this claim?
It’s a fallacy to claim that the pro-life community seeks to force childbirth and compel women to render themselves human sacrifices for their unborn children.
I knew what I was getting into when I enrolled in a reproductive rights seminar at Yale Law School, a whole semester surrounded by pro-choice students, reading pro-choice arguments.
While women who’ve had abortions certainly deserve the opportunity to share their stories and experiences, the focal point of the abortion discussion is the unborn child being killed.
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