Albert Mohler writes, in his latest blog post, “‘If you are willing to die for a cause, you must be prepared to kill for it, too.’ That statement, published for
Shannon W. Coffin, in National Review Online, writes how the Supreme Court nominee manipulated the statement of a medical organization to protect partial-birth abortion.
In this LifeSiteNews.com story, Andrea Bocelli, makes it clear that he is “not only fighting against something, I am fighting for something – and I am for life.”
WORLD magazine has a wonderful article about five women who chose life over death–despite pressure from their doctors to abort.
Mark Earley takes a look at Signs of the Times (“Truth in advertising, or a government campaign to steer women away from crisis pregnancy centers? You decide.”)
The Telegraph (UK) reports that “dozens of teenage girls have had three abortions or more, according to figures that campaigners say paint a profoundly depressing picture of modern Britain.”
Andrea Bocelli shares a “fairy tale” about abortion in this video link provided by John Smeaton of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children.
Do you remember the super-successful hip-hop group TLC? Dave Andrusko reports on a recent episode of What Chilli Wants where group member Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas talks about the years of
Dave Andrusko from National Right to Life tells about the reasons some doctor decide not to become abortionists in Professional Disapproval Prevents Many Ob-Gyns from Becoming Abortionists.