Archive for Life - page 5

  • Date Range

Page 5 of 15 ← First ... 3 4 5 6 7 ... Last →

The Federalist: What 13 Women Told the Supreme Court About Their Crisis Pregnancies

By Nicole Russell On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear one of the most interesting cases this term—and that’s saying something. National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra is about two controversial ideas: abortion and free speech. The California Reproductive FACT Act requires pregnancy…

Continue reading →

The Hill: Conscience protections for health-care providers should be standard.

By Maureen Ferguson There is a growing cognitive dissonance in the pro-choice crowd. They preach choice, but practice coercion. In the name of choice, the abortion lobby and their allies in Congress are insisting that medical professionals be compelled to perform abortions. Consider the case…

Continue reading →

The Stream: ‘Examples of Light’: The Women of TCA

What do a lawyer, an author, a senior policy advisor and a doctor have in common? They’re the women at the helm of The Catholic Association (TCA). It’s a non-profit group dedicated to being “a faithful Catholic voice in the public square.” These women aren’t…

Continue reading →

Examiner: Conor Lamb’s whopper of a lie on Catholicism and abortion

By Maureen Ferguson Remember when President Barack Obama insulted small-town Pennsylvania voters by saying they bitterly “cling to guns or religion”? In next week’s special election, there is a strange new twist to this condescending attitude towards people of faith coming from the Democratic congressional…

Continue reading →

USA TODAY: Good luck explaining your abortion vote high-fives to your constituents, senators

By Ashley McGuire When I think of high fives, I usually think of things that are good. Like acing a test. Or winning a race. Or getting an award. Not dismembering late-term babies. That’s just me. But apparently that’s not Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., or Senator…

Continue reading →

NRO: When Does the Right to Die Become the Duty to Die?

By Grazie Pozo Christie Compassionately caring for the severely mentally ill is a challenge for every society. Many countries, including ours, are failing that challenge. Patients suffering from schizophrenia and other severe psychiatric disorders compose large proportions of the homeless and incarcerated. And the Netherlands…

Continue reading →

The Hill: Health chief must protect doctors against changing medical culture

By Grazie Christie The new Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, Alex Azar, is speaking to the members of the Health Subcommittee on Thursday, who are eager to learn from him how he plans to use his position to positively impact millions of Americans. Health…

Continue reading →

Washington Examiner: The Senate can end the cruelty of 12,000 yearly late-term abortions

By Maureen Ferguson The esteemed Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-N.Y., once called a type of late-term abortion “too close to infanticide” and voted to ban it, along with 13 fellow Democrats who reached a similar conclusion. On Monday, the Senate will again vote on a late-term…

Continue reading →

The Hill: SCOTUS, Don’t Undermine for Women the Safety of a Pro-Life Center

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer There are more than 2000 pro-life pregnancy resource centers across the United States that offer women compassionate and comprehensive alternatives to abortion. In the state of California alone, there are an estimated 200 such centers offering free services such as pregnancy testing, classes in prenatal development,…

Continue reading →

The Hill: March for Life 2018

By Grazie Pozo Christie I will be marching this Friday along with hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans at the annual March for Life in Washington D.C., to demand that our laws acknowledge and respect the obvious humanity of unborn children and protect their lives. That…

Continue reading →

Page 5 of 15 ← First ... 3 4 5 6 7 ... Last →