Friday, April 4, 2014

Two teenagers who survived failed abortions speak out

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"My name is Courtney. I’m sixteen years young. When I was 14, I was told that I am adopted. When I was 14, I also learned that there was much more to the story of my life. Not only am I adopted, but I am an abortion survivor. When my birth mother was somewhere around 7 weeks pregnant, she had an abortion. Five weeks or so later, she went for a post-op checkup, and it was discovered that I was there in the womb. She didn’t know that she was pregnant with twins when she had the abortion." Read more...

3 legal reasons why abortion should be banned

Murder is the “unlawful killing of a human being” with some level of intent. California law includes “a deliberate intention unlawfully to take away the life of a fellow creature.”
The only thing preventing abortion from being included in the definition of murder is that it’s currently not “unlawful.” But basic science proves that an unborn child is a “human being.” No mention of “personhood” is necessary for basic murder definitions. Killing a “human being” or a “fellow creature,” even, is enough. Read more...
Why pro-aborts can't avoid occasionally sounding pro-life It’s obvious why graphics like this one, quoting from Dr. Seuss’s classic children’s story Horton Hears a Who!, are popular in pro-life circles: it’s appealing to see a universally beloved cultural figure voice a simple truth with such obvious implications for the abortion debate.

Recently, I came across the below image on the Proudly Pro-Choice Tumblr, featuring a quote from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, which holds a similar appeal. Read more...
Public university goes out of its way to support abortion

The University of Michigan may be #4 in the 2014 “Best Colleges Ranking” for public universities, but it’s currently scoring a #1 in its overt support of abortion.

The university is currently displaying a “4,000 Years for Choice” exhibit that will run for 45 hours each week until May 29, 2014. The university’s website explains the exhibit...

Filmmakers set to expospe Gosnell as "America's Biggest Serial Killer"

Drive west down Lancaster Avenue through Philadelphia’s “Main Line” and you’ll pass picturesque towns fit for movie backdrops. But turn east, and you’ll soon find yourself in front of a former house of horrors, the truth of which some want to censor from ever hitting the screen, big or small.
Abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s clinic no longer hears the cries of full-term, born-alive babies being brutally murdered or the silent screams of thousands of the unborn innocent, but one team of filmmakers wants to make sure America never forgets. Not surprisingly, the team is facing an uphill battle. Read more...

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