The Banality of UCSF’s Evil

Originally published at Live Action News Pro-Life San Francisco has long been protesting UCSF and related institutions which operate under the university’s aegis for their gruesome experiments involving fetal tissue and body parts, including recent experiments involving humanized mice, as well as the egregiously inhumane second-trimester abortions which supply those fetal parts. UCSF receives millions of taxpayer dollars to conduct […]

Big Abortion’s Best Buddy

originally published at Live Action News, 3/23/21/ Remember when Phil Vischer of Veggie Tales fame and his friend Skye Jethani released their “What About Abortion?” video, which insinuated that the President doesn’t really impact abortion policy in the United States all that much? I think we can officially declare that hypothesis dead as a doornail, as Joe Biden has managed to squeeze […]

Silly Satanists and their Losing Lawsuits

originally published at Live Action News, 3/10/21 The Satanic Temple is trying yet again to sue a state for its abortion restrictions. Though the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the Temple’s case against the State of Missouri, the Temple is now suing the State of Texas on similar grounds.  Temple co-founder and spokesperson Lucien Greaves says the state’s pre-abortion requirements are “a violation of… […]

Baby Bust Blues

originally published at Live Action News, 3/10/21 Already suffering from years of declining birth rates, the COVID-19 pandemic appears to have struck an additional blow against American fertility. CBS News reports provisional data showing United States birth rates dropped 4.4% overall last December, nine months after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. Some individual states saw much steeper declines, including […]

A Lethal Philosophy

originally published at Live Action News, 2/17/21 An ob-gyn with over 40 years of experience has written a book with the goal of exposing the unstable ground on which the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision was established — and his hope is that it will motivate the pro-life movement to innovate its approach to reaching the culture.  Thomas W. Hilgers, […]

Go Big and Go Home

originally published at Live Action News, 5/20/21 On Tuesday, May 10, Washington Monthly published an opinion piece by Emily Crockett entitled, “Why Biden Needs to Go Big on Abortion.” It’s little more than a jumble of factual inaccuracies, distortions, and pro-abortion propaganda.  Factual Inaccuracies Crockett claims the abortion pill “is safer than Tylenol” (an assertion made by other abortion advocates) and claims Lipitor and Flonase are “less safe.” […]

Formless Fetuses and Other Fairy Tales

originally published at Live Action News, 2/18/21 Last week, New Mexico’s Senate debated SB 10, which would repeal a 1969 law that made abortion a felony. During the debates, Right to Life of New Mexico distributed models of 12-week-old fetuses to the senators, some of whom had rather extreme reactions: “I got that same prop from Right to Life of wherever. I […]

Raising Up an Army

originally published at Live Action News Serena Dyksen is the human face of the “hard case.” She was raped by a family member at the age of 13 and became pregnant. “Our family doctor only offered an abortion … and it wrecked our whole family. It was a day that we all wanted to forget,” Dyksen told Live Action News. Nobody […]

“If You Can’t Get Out of the Womb, Nothing—Nothing—Matters.”

originally published at Live Action News February is Black History Month. But there is a very real part of the Black history narrative that most people — including people in the Black community — do not know: the Civil Rights Movement was pro-life, and the battle for so-called “abortion rights” has always been a red herring for racism. However, Rev. Walter […]

Love’s Lies and Little Girl Lost

Originally published at Live Action News I can proudly state that I have never read a single issue of Cosmopolitan in my entire life. I don’t think I’ve ever so much as picked up a copy. Nonetheless, they helped create a mythos that has permeated our culture, and I was undeniably formed by it. In fact, in my 20’s and early 30’s, […]

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