New Abortion Eugenics: 39% of Babies With Heart Conditions are Killed in Abortions

A new study on major congenital heart disease in Denmark has revealed how prenatal testing is being used to screen out babies with disabilities. The paper, published in JAMA Cardiology, found that the rate of abortion for babies with major congenital heart disease (CHD) increased from 0.6% in 1996 to 39.1% in 2013 – a 65 fold increase. Screening out disabled babies For prenatally diagnosed major CHD, 57.8% of babies were aborted across the period of the trial. The rate is particularly high for some conditions – in the case of fetuses diagnosed with single ...

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For 17 Years StandUpGirl Has Provided Young Men and Women Practical Alternatives to Abortion

For 17 years StandUpGirl.com has been on the cutting edge of the pregnancy help movement offering a community of support and referrals to local resources for young women right where they are at, the internet. While our mission is not unique our approach certainly is. Discovering and innovating new ways, through technology, to reach young women with a life-affirming message is a part of our DNA at StandUpGirl.com. Our approach has been blessed with great success, we reach about 4 million people each year with this life-saving message of hope and courage. However, we know ...

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Would Chelsea Clinton Defend Slavery as Economically Beneficial Like She Did Abortion?

Last Saturday, in a “Rise up for Roe” rally in Manhattan, Chelsea Clinton told a small audience that giving women the “right” to kill their unborn children meant they could enter the work force and, hence, between 1973 and 2009, added more than $3 trillion dollars to the U.S. economy. Did she really go there? Did the daughter of Bill and Hillary Clinton actually argue that an alleged benefit to the economy makes the death of 60 million unborn children worthwhile? Yes, she did. Monetizing the destruction of unborn children evades the fundamental injustice of ...

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Here’s How to Refute Three Common Arguments for Abortion

Abortion ends the life of a human being at the embryonic or fetal stage of her development. Is this killing morally permissible? Or is it an injustice? More than 150 years ago, a Boston physician named Horatio R. Storer pointed to the heart of the issue. “The whole question,” he observed, “turns on … the real nature of the foetus in utero.” Does the unborn child have a right not to be intentionally killed? Does she matter like we matter? Does she count as one of us? Almost all arguments offered in defense of abortion relate to this fundamental question in one of ...

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New Movie Covers Kermit Gosnell’s Disgusting Collection: 47 Aborted Babies Kept as Trophies

Over at ‘Gosnell’ Trailer Calls Out Media Absence at Evil Abortionist’s Trial,” you’ll find Katie Yoder’s very nice introduction to the trailer for the forthcoming movie about West Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell who will spend the rest of his life in jail for murdering babies he consciously delivered alive and then murdered them by slitting their spinal cords. Trailers are, of course, brief and intended to induce us to see this film, in this case coming out October 12 in as many as 750 theatres. Let’s talk about what this 1:57 long trailer tells us ...

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766 Babies in Canada Born Alive After Failed Abortions and Left to Die

According to new data, livebirth late-term abortions are still happening in Canada. And the numbers are way too high. According to CIHI, There were 766 late-term livebirth abortions in a five year period from 2013/2014 to 2017/2018. These numbers are even higher since they exclude Quebec. There has been much speculation about the reasons for these late-term livebirth abortions but we have no hard data on why they happen since the reasons or circumstances aren’t published with the data. A study was done in Quebec in 2016. That study: “found the number of infants who ...

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Hey Abortion Backers, Either You Can Refuse to Serve Someone Because of Your Beliefs or You Can’t

Over the weekend, the Unite the Right 2 rally was held in Washington D.C. With mere dozens in attendance for the rally and thousands on-site in counter-protests, D.C. prepared for weeks to ensure the safety of all present. During these preparations, Airbnb, Lyft, Uber, and area restaurants made statements declaring they would allow denial of service to those attending the rally. “If they ever feel uncomfortable or disrespected by a passenger, they can cancel that ride,” Lyft said in a statement. Many took to Twitter on Friday to celebrate the fact that these ...

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Abortion Activist: Catholic Church Sex Abuse Scandal Happened Because Pro-Life People Hate Women

The new Pennsylvania grand jury report detailing reports of Catholic Church sex abuse is horrific. And the twisted coverage by some in the media isn’t making it better. On Thursday, Salon published a piece by politics writer Amanda Marcotte with the headline, “Behind the latest Catholic sex abuse scandal: The church’s problem is male dominance.” According to Marcotte, hiding abusers is consistent with the Catholic push for abortion restrictions. But, as even the grand jury report suggests, abortion aids abusers. Marcotte called the details in the new grand jury ...

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Arizona Governor Candidate David Garcia Supports Teen Abortions Without Parental Consent

When voters in Arizona head to the polls in November to cast their ballot for governor, they can rule out Democratic candidate David Garcia. That’s because he supports teen girls having abortions without their parents’ consent. A new report on the Washington Free Beacon outlines Garcia’s support for secret abortions without parental involvement. Garcia supports allowing teens to leave their parents out of a decision to end the lives of their grandchildren and to engage in an abortion that could kill or injure them. he want them to be able to go to some ...

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Feminists Want American Cities to Support UN CEDAW Treaty Claiming a “Right” to Abortion

(C-Fam) Earlier this month the state of Hawaii received an award from the National Association of Commissions for Women for being the first state in the union to “pass CEDAW in all counties.” CEDAW is the Convention for the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, a UN treaty that has been ratified by almost all the governments of the world except for a few including the United States, and the Holy See. Many nations that explicitly discriminate against women, Saudi Arabia, for instance, have ratified the treaty which goes to show that such conventions ...

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