21
JUN
2017

Abortionist; the baby isn’t developed yet

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Roslyn Stephens, abortionist, said the following to a patient identified as Leslie: “This one, you know you’re only six weeks, you know the foetus is only tiny–it’s not developed yet.” Mary Kenny, Abortion: The Whole Story (London: Quar
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21
JUN
2017

Canada’s Assisted Dying law–one year later

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition [EPC] One year after the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide, Canada has become the prime example of how legalizing assisted dying cannot be controlled and why these laws are naturally expansiv
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21
JUN
2017

Michelle Carter and Doctor-Assisted Death

Mixed Messages about Human Value By John Stonestreet & Roberto Rivera The recent, disturbing criminal trial of Michelle Carter not only tests new legal boundaries, it’s a mirror held up in front of our society. On June 16th, a Massachusetts judge found Michelle Carter guilty
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21
JUN
2017

Georgia Supreme Court unanimously upholds law banning abortions of pain-capable unborn children

By Dave Andrusko In a unanimous decision handed down Monday, the Georgia Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the state’s 2012 law that bans abortions of pain-capable babies except in very limited conditions. Justice Keith Blackwell wrote the unanimous opinion and in his openin
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21
JUN
2017

No action in Oregon House on bill to allow starvation deaths of vulnerable people

Effectively kills SB 494 for this session By Gayle Atteberry, Executive Director, Oregon Right to Life I’m so thankful that I can finally bring you positive news about Senate Bill 494. SB 494 is the bill we have been fighting all session that would allow the starvation and dehyd
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21
JUN
2017

New Study Sheds Light on Prenatal Cognition

Very little infants do that the unborn haven’t done first By Caitlin Fikes I believe that there is a common and insidious cultural misconception with regards to fetuses: the subtle idea that birth is the true beginning of a human’s life, not only because that is when he or
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21
JUN
2017

More Women in New Zealand Choose Life for Their Baby in 2016

LOWEST ABORTION TOTAL IN 25 YEARS By Ken Orr Editor’s note. Mr. Orr is spokesman for Right to Life of New Zealand. This is excerpted from a post that appeared at righttolife.org.nz. In 2016 there were 12,823 abortions reported in New Zealand. This represents a three per cent dec
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21
JUN
2017

The “incredible pain” that followed years after her abortion

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. While this post ran a couple of years back, it is 100% relevant to the battles we fight today. I had not read or heard about the essay that appeared on the Jewish parenting site Kveller titled, “My Jewish Abortion” when it first ran in
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20
JUN
2017

NRL 2017 will teach you how to be a more effective pro-life communicator

Be sure to visit nrlconvention.com/register ASAP to take advantage of the early bird rate, before it’s gone! Send to Kindle
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20
JUN
2017

John Kelly examines legislators’ arguments led to victory in Maine

Editor’s note. This article was published by Not Dead Yet on June 16. The situation was tense. The Maine State Senate had pulled off a stunner by passing assisted suicide bill LD 347 by a vote of 16-15. We were nervous because two years ago, it was the Senate that saved the day
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