No, not for the unborn children he killed. Not for the two mothers he killed in botched abortions, either. After years of legal wrangling, Alabama abortionist Malachy DeHenre will serve 20 years in prison for the murder of his wife. He joins the esteemed ranks of abortionists Thomas Neill Cream, Conroy James Hayes, John Gwynne, […]
Nulono points me to this article, which basically says that Dr. New’s statements have been taken out of context and that her efforts are actually meant to treat a serious medical condition. Without knowing the relationship between Dr. Maria New and Dr. Alice Dreger (who first voiced her concern about New’s work in Bioethics Forum), […]
There are a few circumstances in which it may be justifiable to do medical experiments on an unborn child. After all, someone had to be the first to receive in utero surgery to correct spina bifida. This is not one of those circumstances: Pediatric endocrinologist Maria New—of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Florida […]
Blog posts will resume on Monday.
Sorry guys, today has been pretty crazy. Here are three stories to check out. Abortion advocate Rachel Larris–whose résumé includes such “prestigious” employers as RH Reality Check–has created abortion victim cookies. She put a picture on twitter with the comment that they “inspire my evil side.” You don’t say. Survivors of the Aboriton Holocaust had […]
Charmaine Yoest, the president of pro-life legal think tank Americans United for Life (AUL), will testify before the Senate tomorrow afternoon. Her written testimony has already been released. The highlights: I am here to express AUL’s opposition to the nomination of Solicitor General Elena Kagan to the United States Supreme Court. Based on our research, […]
The Supreme Court just ruled on Christian Legal Society (CLS) v. Martinez. The issue in the case was whether or not Hastings College of Law could strip the CLS of its recognized status because of its refusal to allow non-Christian and (more controversially) non-heterosexual students into the club. The Court ruled that Hastings’ actions were […]
In March 2009, President Obama issued an executive order which simultaneously allowed funding of embryonic stem cell research (ESCR) and rejected funding of adult stem cell research (ASCR). The cutoff of funds for ASCR was accomplished in Section 5, revoking a prior executive order by former president George W. Bush. Pro-lifers have long supported ASCR […]
Photos from the convention are posted on our facebook group. Regular blog posts will resume tomorrow.
The morning general session began with a review of the health care reform law. NRLC’s concerns include funding of abortion (obviously), Medicare cuts, and the potential for rationing. In response to Congressman Mike Doyle’s comment in the press that NRLC was aligning with the Republican party, NRLC said that they started from pro-life principles and […]