23
MAY
2018

California AG appeals decision invalidating state’s dangerous assisted suicide law

By Dave Andrusko To absolutely no one’s surprise, California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra on Monday filed an appeal of Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel Ottolia’s oral ruling last week holding that lawmakers illegally used a special session in 2015 to ram throug

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23
MAY
2018

Brutal truth about the dismemberment of living unborn babies filtered out by media

By Dave Andrusko Newcomers to the pro-life camp may not be aware that even our benighted opposition ruefully conceded that the debate over partial-birth abortions changed the trajectory of the abortion debate. Not that they didn’t try every dirty trick in the book to hold bac

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23
MAY
2018

Enough Is Enough – Murdoch’s Paper Planning Another Smear To Help The YES Side in Ireland Abortion Referendum

By Save the Eighth Editor’s note. The referendum deciding whether to remove the 8th Amendment to the Irish Constitution and authorize Parliament to legislate on abortion takes place this Friday. We all know the Times.ie, Rupert Murdoch’s flagship paper in Ireland, has b

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23
MAY
2018

Under Dawn Laguens Planned Parenthood’s killing machine will keep humming

By Dave Andrusko Not being privy to the machinations surrounding Cecile Richards’s successor, we can’t know if long-time executive vice president Dawn Laguens is merely a placeholder or a viable candidate to replace Richards as CEO and President of Planned Parenthood .

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23
MAY
2018

Lawyer: Canada’s euthanasia law is unconstitutional

Ken Berger: “persons with disabilities are being assisted to their death rather than being assisted with life” By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Ken Berger, the lawyer representing Roger Foley, a man who is stuck in a London

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23
MAY
2018

For a culture to kill babies, they first have to kill truth

By Jonathon Van Maren Nothing infuriates abortion activists more than the truth—especially when that truth is being presented to a public that they need to accept their deceitful rhetoric, or at least to remain mired in apathy. In Canada, even photos of babies in the womb hav

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23
MAY
2018

Megan: An Adoption Story from Cincinnati

By Katie Franklin When Megan found out she was pregnant, she cycled through a range of emotions: embarrassment, sadness, anger, and mostly loneliness. Rejected by her unborn child’s father, Megan turned to the only option her family pushed her towards: an abortion. But as Meg

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23
MAY
2018

Irish politician punished by party for being pro-life: ‘Friday’s referendum is about life and death’

By Calvin Freiburger CADAMSTOWN, Ireland, May 21, 2018 – An Irish politician suspended by her own party for her pro-life stance is giving her side of the story in a new op-ed, just days before the country votes on whether to repeal its 8th Amendment protecting preborn humans&

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23
MAY
2018

Negative attitudes toward Alzheimer’s unduly influences euthanasia debate

By Michael Cook Negative attitudes towards Alzheimer’s disease are an undue influence on the euthanasia debate, claims an Australian bioethicist. Deakin University Professor Megan-Jane Johnstone has examined the ‘Alzheimerisation’ of the euthanasia debate in her b

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22
MAY
2018

“The Culture of Death: The Age of ‘Do Harm’ Medicine”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Before you know it, it will be June 28 and the opening morning of NRLC’s three-day convention in Kansas City, Kansas. If you have not already registered for NRLC 2018, please don’t wait another day. Go to nrlconvention.com/register.

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