Pro-Life Feminist: “I Lose All My Friends When I Talk About Why I Am Against Abortion”

Rosemary Geraghty doesn’t fit into any neat little, socially-constructed box when it comes to politics or religion or feminism or anything else for that matter. A student at the University of Pittsburgh, she described herself to The Pitt News as “a purple-haired, nose-ringed, queer, feminist atheist.” She also is a pro-life human rights advocate who […]

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Late-Term Abortion Business That Kills Babies Through All 9 Months of Pregnancy Closes Down

Somehow, calling the 1-800-Got-Junk people seemed appropriate for Germantown Reproductive Health Services as it prepared for its permanent closure. A local pro-life activist snapped a photo of a junk truck at GRHS on August 30, 2017, as it was loaded up with office equipment and furnishings from the notorious late-term abortion facility. “I’m not sure […]

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Court Allows Woman to Abort Her 24-Week-Old Unborn Baby Just Because He is Disabled

With each passing week it seems the Supreme Court of India gives another woman permission to have her late-term unborn baby aborted. Abortions are illegal after 20 weeks of pregnancy in India. At 20 weeks, an unborn baby is almost fully formed and close to the point of viability (about 23 weeks). Late-term abortions also […]

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Pro-Abortion “Women’s March” Wants Hurricane Harvey Donations to Go to Non-Whites

The Women’s March sent out a tweet Wednesday with recommendations for how people can help the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas—but based on their suggestions, they seem to be only interested in helping non-whites. “Here’s a list of orgs working to keep immigrant, Black, Latinx & other communities safe after Hurricane Harvey,” Women’s March […]

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Abortion Activist Refuses to Believe This Picture of an Unborn Baby is Real

Pro-life author Randy Alcorn talks about how pictures show the humanity of preborn children, and how pro-choicers don’t like to face that reality: [D]enial remains surprisingly strong. When I showed an intrauterine photograph of an eight-week unborn child to a pro-choice advocate—an intelligent college graduate—she asked me, “Do you really think you’re going to fool […]

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40 Years Ago I Survived an Abortion, Thank God I’m Alive Today

If you’ve ever wondered what goes through an abortion survivor’s head on their birthday, I’ll give you a sneak peek into mine on my 40th birthday. 12:33 am: I’m woken up by our 3-year-old. I glance at the clock, realizing it’s now the 29th. I say a prayer, thanking God for being alive and continue […]

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Virginia Voters Will Choose Between Pro-Life Ed Gillespie and Pro-Abortion Ralph Northam as Governor

In November, voters will choose between pro-life candidate Ed Gillespie and pro-abortion candidate Ralph Northam to be the next governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. National Right to Life has endorsed Republican Ed Gillespie, a 100% pro-life candidate who will sign pro-life laws and support live-saving policies in Virginia. Planned Parenthood’s Virginia affiliate has endorsed […]

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Politico Cartoon Mocks Christian Faith of Hurricane Harvey Victims

POLITICO is being criticized for publishing a tone-deaf cartoon mocking the religious faith and political views of Houston residents in the aftermath of the flooding. The cartoon, drawn by artist Matt Wuerker, depicts a family sitting on the top of a house amid rising floodwaters on the verge of being rescued by a helicopter. One […]

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Conservatives Rally to Replace Republican Congressman Who Opposed Defunding Planned Parenthood

Two national conservative groups plan to rally against a Pennsylvania Republican who voted against a bill to defund the abortion chain Planned Parenthood earlier this year. U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent, a Republican from Pennsylvania, has a mixed voting record on pro-life issues. He only supports pro-life legislation about half of the time, according to the […]

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