• Pro-Abortion Senator Kirstin Gillibrand Drops Out of Democrat Presidential Race
• Trump Admin Tells University to Stop Forcing Nurses to Assist Abortions Against Their Will
• “Christian” Pastors Bless Abortion Clinic, Singing “Hallelujah. Bless This Room”
• Alveda King: President Trump Is Keeping His Pledge to Defend Innocent Life
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• Federal Court Rules Parents Don’t Have a Right to Know When Their Daughters are Considering an Abortion
• Man Holds Euthanasia Party With His Friends Before Killing Himself in an Assisted Suicide
• Washington Post: If You’re Pro Life, You Might Be a Nazi
• Abortion Clinic That Does Abortions Up to Birth May Close After State Denies Its License
• Scroll Down for Several More Pro-Life News Stories
Kirstin Gillibrand is one of more than 20 Democrats hoping to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020.
Planned Parenthood is harnessing star power in a new effort to advertise abortion. But with its straw-man messaging, Planned Parenthood and its celebrity PR team are only preaching to their choir. They’re not converting anyone.
How can a person “bless” the violent destruction of a baby’s life? Though hard to imagine, it does happen, and some religious leaders do it in the name of Christianity and Judaism.
When President Trump promised to protect innocent human life, he meant it – thanks to his administration’s reforms, Planned Parenthood is giving up $60 million in federal funding, or enough to cover the costs of about 40,000 abortion procedures.
A federal appeals court upheld a block Tuesday on an Indiana law that requires underage girls to inform their parents before having an abortion.
The following story may seem like a plot from a bad horror film, but it is simply another assisted suicide propaganda story.
Next time some talking head complains that the right trades in hate speech, open the latest Washington Post to any page at random for a bit of perspective.
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