Nebraska’s commemorative birth certificates for miscarried children respect the dignity of the unborn and validate parents’ grief.
If you think it’s okay for babies to be killed in the womb because they have a disability, then be honest: you support eugenics.
Far from being beyond conversion, progressives could be actually be the new blood the pro-life movement needs to make some real progress.
The Left wants to convince us that abortion is about economic progressivism. But that’s a distraction—abortion is really about human rights.
Tennis star Serena Williams penned a sweet note to her preborn baby in an Instagram post on Monday.
Their website says ‘science serves the interests of all humans, not just those in power.’ Pro-life advocates couldn’t agree more.
As Congress threatens to take federal funds away from Planned Parenthood, the abortion industry cracks down on pregnancy help centers in Hawaii.
New Zealand and India have granted the rights of personhood to rivers, which means their natural progression must not be hindered by human intervention.
If we want to defend the dignity of human life, we need to show dignity. Patricia Heaton, star on ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ and ‘The Middle,’ demonstrates how.
A new article in The Atlantic claims that the heartbeats of unborn babies are “imaginary,” that those babies aren’t really alive, and that ultrasounds are just one more tool of the patriarchy.
The abortion rate hasn’t been lower since abortion was legalized in 1973, and we’re seeing more pro-life legislation than ever before.
Texas will now require abortion clinics to bury the babies they’ve killed—a law that has the pro-abortion community fuming.
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