Our Shreveport readers may be particularly interested in this, but others of a pro-life persuasion can cheer as well. I received the following email a few days ago from the local coordinator of our 40 Days for Life effort (links added by me):
Abby Johnson called me last night and said that one of the workers from “Hope” [Medical Group in Shreveport, one of our two local abortion...
Thanks to summer break I’ve been catching up on outdated reading materials, including many back issues of the National Catholic Register. I’ve seen several stories therein where pro-choice advocates argue that women face “difficult decisions” in whether or not to abort their babies. Unstated in most of these arguments is why the decision is difficult.
It would seem that,...
LifeSiteNews has an interesting review of a study by the Vitae Foundation on what drives women to abort, place for adoption, or keep their children.
First, despite efforts to sugar-coat abortion as an inconsequential decision, the study showed respondents “revealed a great deal of [emotional] conflict. Most of the respondents experienced a deep moral dilemma as they struggled with making a...
Planned Parenthood (you know, the group that gets $542 million from taxpayers) wants to stop using the word “choice” when referring to abortion:
After polling Americans on how they feel about abortion and about the terms “pro-life,” “pro-choice,” and other language surrounding the abortion debate, the nation’s largest abortion chain is moving away from talking about abortion...
Last week, the Supreme Court upheld the healthcare law affectionately referred to by some as “Hellcare Obamacare.” Chief Justice John Roberts , what you’ve just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is...