[Today’s post is by guest blogger Candace Stewart.] Photo credit Lukas from Pexels We don’t actually know how many abortions occur in the United States each year. This may sound strange, as the CDC comes out with abortion totals for the U.S. every year. But state health departments are not required to provide their abortion […]
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[Today’s post is by guest blogger Candace Stewart.] One of the first actions the new Biden Administration is expected to take (which has yet to happen as of this writing) is the repeal of the Mexico City Policy. The policy originated under Ronald Reagan and prevents US foreign aid funds for family planning from going […]
[Today’s post is by pro-life Australians Matthew Reid and Therese Hungerford-Morgan. If you would like to contribute a guest post, email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.] Australian abortion laws have become significantly less restrictive in the last decade. Abortion up to birth has been decriminalized across the country. Specifically, abortion is available on request […]
[Today’s guest post is by Deb Jones. If you would like to contribute a guest post, email your submission to email@example.com for consideration.] Deb and Shooter One of the main staples of the argument that abortion needs to stay legal is for those with disabilities, those diagnosed with diseases, syndromes and things of that nature. […]
[Today’s guest post is by Annie Gasway, who converted from being pro-choice to pro-life because of her experiences with unintended pregnancy.] In January 2000, I was 21. I was on a half-ride athletic scholarship (track and cross country) at a Division I university. I was not only Team Captain but also the number one runner. […]
[Today’s guest post is by Acyutananda.] During his lifetime, Christopher Hitchens seems to have been consistent always in perceiving the rightful place of the unborn as members of our human family; yet he seems to have been “all over the map” regarding public policy on abortion. He said different things about law and policy at […]
At a town hall in Des Moines on January 26, Kristen Day, the president of Democrats for Life of America, asked Pete Buttigieg whether he would support the Democratic Party platform’s reverting to some language similar to language it had used in 1996 and for several years thereafter. The 1996 platform had contained this: The […]
The poster has followed me from one dorm room to another dorm room, to my apartment in law school and the house where my husband and I raise our children. It’s still in the same cruddy frame I bought in 2006 and really should have replaced a long time ago. It’s hung above bookshelves and […]
Image: Competing protest signs. One reads “Keep abortion safe and legal.” The other reads “Face it… abortion kills a person.” [This article originally appeared at The Fetal Position and is reprinted here with permission.] Occasionally a pro-choice person will give me a link to an article attempting to refute the idea that a new human organism begins […]
An ultrasound of an unborn baby. He or she is about 12 weeks old. The abortion debate is partly a battle between language that describes reality and language that covers it up. Pro-choice advocates refer to abortion as safe, as healthcare. Pro-life advocates counter that abortion is a process in which a human is violently […]