Federal Judge Strikes Down Pro-Abortion Obamacare Entirely as Unconstitutional

A federal judge in Texas has issued a ruling striking down the entirety of Obamacare, although whether the decision to strike down the pro-abortion government insurance program will last permanently is another question. Several Republican state attorneys general argued in their lawsuit that the repeal of the tax penalty gutted the argument for Obamacare itself. According to news reports, the Trump administration tried to argue that the individual mandate alone should be struck down, but keep the rest of the law intact. That included Medicaid expansion, the employer ...

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Pro-Life People Brave the Cold to Joyfully Sing Christmas Carols Outside Abortion Clinics

Pro-lifers will bring joy and light to one of the darkest places in America this winter by singing Christmas carols outside abortion facilities. The gatherings this year center around the theme “Peace in the Womb,” and are meant to bring hope to mothers and their unborn babies through the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birth. Eric J. Scheidler, executive director of the Pro-Life Action League, said this is their 16th year of Christmas caroling outside abortion facilities. “The message of the Christmas angels is, ‘Be not afraid.’ This is the same ...

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NIH Chief Defends Research With Aborted Baby Parts: “It’s “Highly Justified”

The National Institutes of Health chief contradicted a leading scientist who told Congress Thursday that aborted baby body parts are not necessary for scientific advances. Francis Collins, director of the NIH, an agency under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, defended the taxpayer-funded grants that his agency gives to groups that use aborted baby parts in their research, Science Magazine reports. These include research involving tissue harvested from viable, healthy late-term aborted babies. “There is strong evidence that scientific benefits can come ...

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President Trump Names Pro-Life Mick Mulvaney Chief of Staff, He Voted to Defund Planned Parenthood

President-elect Donald Trump picked another pro-life leader to join his administration today, choosing pro-life Mick Mulvaney as his new Chief of Staff. Trump chose U.S. Rep. Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina to head the Office of Management and Budget early on in his administration and elevated him to the top White House position today. In a pair of tweets Friday afternoon, Trump announced Mulvaney, 51, a former South Carolina congressman, to the post in an acting capacity. It was unclear whether Mulvaney’s appointment was a just temporary measure pending another ...

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Doctors Gave Premature Baby 1% Chance of Survival. After 209 Days in Hospital, Rowan’s Headed Home

When micropreemies, such as Rowan Breyts, are born so tiny and so fragile, it requires a lot of parental fortitude and faith not to give into gloom-and-doom diagnoses. But after a 209 day stay in a neonatal unit, the little boy whom doctors gave less than a 1% chance of survival, is at home with his family in Indiana. It’s easy to understand why a hospital in Illinois asked them to prepare for Rowan’s death. He was born three months premature, weighing barely over a pound, according to Caleb Parke of Fox News, and suffered from Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC), an ...

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Doctors Euthanize Young Woman Because She Had a Mild Form of Autism

Another week… another example of how physician-assisted suicide targets the vulnerable. This time: Asperger’s patients. In 2010, 38-year-old Tine Nys was one of approximately 1,000 people euthanized in Belgium. Nys was not suffering from a terminal illness. In fact, she wasn’t sick at all. As I’ve mentioned before on BreakPoint, despite how it’s sold around the world, inevitable death isn’t a requirement for euthanasia in Belgium. The standard for eligibility is “unbearable and untreatable suffering,” which has come to include psychological suffering. ...

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Scientist Tells Congress: “No Scientific” Reason to Use Aborted Baby Parts in Research

A congressional subcommittee heard testimony today from three experts on the now-more-important-than-ever issue of ethical alternatives to scavenging fetal tissue from aborted babies. As NRL News Today has reported over the past few days, the Trump administration is planning to fund such alternatives with $20 million over the next two years. This follows a decision by the Trump administration to terminate a “one-year, $15,900 contract with Advanced Bioscience Resources to acquire human fetal tissue ‘for implantation into severely immune-compromised mice to create ...

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Claire McCaskill Blames Brett Kavanaugh for Her Defeat in Senate Farewell Speech

When it comes to Trump-haters, it’d be hard to outdo the “Morning Joe” duo of Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski. So you only imagine their anguish this morning when outgoing pro-abortion Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) attributed the huge upsurge in Republican voter enthusiasm to the debacle over the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh in which Democrats stooped to depths not seen since the days of their attempted “high-tech lynching” of Justice Clarence Thomas. McCaskill, a senator from Missouri since 2007, went from a narrow lead in polls to a place ...

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Federal Court Forces Little Sisters of the Poor to Once Again Fund Abortions

The Little Sisters of the Poor took their fight to not have to pay for abortion drugs in their health care plan all the way to the Supreme Court and won. So that should be the end of the battle right? Not so much. Last year, pro-abortion attorneys general in Pennsylvania and several other states filed lawsuits to overturn new religious protections issued by the Trump administration. The new rules protect the nuns and other religious employers from having to pay for drugs that may cause abortions in their employee health care plans. A federal judge blocked the rule in ...

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Ireland Parliament Votes to Legalize Abortions Up to 6 Months, Overturn Legal Protections for Unborn Babies

All protections for unborn babies officially have been stripped away in Ireland after parliament voted Thursday to legalize abortion up to six months of pregnancy. For decades, Ireland was a strong, pro-life nation that protected every human life from conception to natural death. It also was a strong protector of women, with some of the lowest maternal mortality rates in the world. But in May, voters approved repealing the country’s pro-life Eighth Amendment to the Constitution. And pro-abortion politicians began pushing a radical pro-abortion bill to legalize ...

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