National Pro-Life News

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This Pro-Abortion Reporter’s Views on Abortion Were Dramatically Affected When She Saw This

Washington, DC | 12/16/14 12:11 PM

Pro-Life Former Governor Jeb Bush Looking at Republican Presidential Bid in 2016

Tallahassee, FL | 12/16/14 11:35 AM

Jeb Bush, the pro-life former governor of Florida, announced today that he is forming an exploratory committee to examine a potential Republican presidential bid in 2016. Bush is known for signing pro-life legislation and a bill to try to save the life of Terri Schiavo.

Husband Was Happy His Wife Aborted a Girl, “If It Was a Boy I’d Wring Her Neck”

Washington, DC | 12/16/14 10:48 AM

New Prenatal Screening Tests are Leading to Abortions of Healthy Babies

Washington, DC | 12/16/14 10:46 AM

An excellent piece by Beth Daley from the New England Center for Investigative Reporting called “Overused and Misunderstood” is a must read.

Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Gives Away Glittery Penis Ornament at Christmas Party

Washington, DC | 12/15/14 5:58 PM

Planned Parenthood often goes beyond the pale, but this one may take the cake.

Woman With Same Cancer as Brittany Maynard Refuses Treatment to Have Her Baby

Washington, DC | 12/15/14 5:00 PM

They Got Abortions When the Test Said Their Baby Would be Disabled, But The Tests Were Wrong

Washington, DC | 12/15/14 4:03 PM

“Keep Praying for Our Boys!” Parents Welcome Conjoined Twins, Doctors Will Try to Separate Them

Jacksonville, FL | 12/15/14 12:55 PM

Supreme Court Lets Planned Parenthood Risk Women’s Lives With Dangerous Abortion Pill

Washington, DC | 12/15/14 11:44 AM

The RU 486 abortion pill has been responsible for killing dozens of people — including women in the United States — and injuring thousands more. But the Supreme Court refused to take a case today to protect women from it.

Pregnant With Nowhere to Live, She Could Have Had an Abortion But Went Here Instead

Washington, DC | 12/15/14 10:50 AM

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