Pro-Life This Week – March 15, 2019

The Defunding of Planned Parenthood

WSJ: Planned Parenthood at 52% Approval Rating; 27% Opposed

This week’s Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows a bit of movement in the national polls against the political left in this country, which shouldn’t surprise a soul given the riots in Portland and other assorted bad behavior. Yet in a poll mostly focused around gun control and President Trump, it managed to squeeze in […]

Deceivers, Cowards, and Murderers

By Hugh Brown For the last 50 years we’ve listened to people say that they are personally opposed to abortion, but they would never force their “view” on others. If a woman wants to have an abortion, so be it. “Who am I to judge?” they say. This deception has cost millions of human beings […]

Cleaning Up Our Personal Environment

By Judie Brown The latest environmentally correct headline claims that “Contraception Is the Answer to Climate Change.” Why is that? you might ask. Well, doesn’t everyone know that human beings are the problem because, as the writer claims, there are “too many of them, and born too fast.” While this pessimistic gibberish has been around […]

Planned Parenthood Defunds Itself

Pro-lifers across America are cheering the latest news that Planned Parenthood—rather than comply with the new Trump administration requirements regarding abortion counseling—is backing out entirely from the federal government’s Title X funding schematic. From NPR: “The Trump administration has forced Planned Parenthood grantees out of Title X,” said Alexis McGill Johnson, Planned Parenthood’s acting president, […]

Our Inherent Value

By Susan Ciancio Our culture tells us there’s no value in suffering. It tells us that, if life becomes too hard or painful, we should be free to end our lives when we choose. Our culture says that disabilities—and the ensuing reliance on others—make us a burden. And our culture says that unwanted babies can […]

I Can Speak for Myself

By Katie Brown Every time I listen to the news, I hear people speaking for me. I hear debates over abortion or reproductive rights where people loudly proclaim that women like me need unlimited access to abortion. I fit right into their demographic; I’m a twenty-something single woman who finds healthcare to be a little […]