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Why the States Did Not Prosecute Women for Abortion Before Roe v. Wade

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A Picture Is Worth 650,000 Words

These are photos from the 2013 March for Life in Washington D.C., which had over 650,000 participants: (H/t Rightlinks Blog) Related articles Open thread: March for Life 2013 I Am Overwhelmed – 40 Years of Legal Abortion The Young March … Continue reading

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The Creepiest Pro-Abortion Ad Ever

No, this ad celebrating the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade is not a parody. From Youtube: To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade we didn’t buy a ruby. Instead, the Center for Reproductive Rights asked Mehcad Brooks … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On Social Conservatism And The Religious Right

I have begun posting episodes from Francis Schaeffer‘s series, How Should We Then Live? The first episode can be found here. After re-watching the videos for the first time in many years, I am struck by how relevant his message … Continue reading

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New Study Shows Childbirth Is Safer than Abortion

Via the Corner: this month the Medical Science Monitorpublished a study by David Reardon and Priscilla K. Coleman which uses long-term data to demonstrate that childbirth is, in fact, safer than abortion. Reardon and Coleman used comprehensive public-health data from … Continue reading

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“Just Sit In The Corner And Shut The Hell Up!” They Said

Now that Rick Santorum is ahead in the polls, many bloggers and pundits have come out and said that the GOP would be committing suicide by nominating a social conservative like him. For example, the usually reliable John Hinderacker posted … Continue reading

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The Right to Life is for Everyone, and not Just the Unborn

Jim Gourdie of Conservatives on Fire comments on a recent case in Florida where a mother and father sued a doctor because of the birth of their son: On September 9, a West Palm Beach jury awarded parents Rodolfo Santana … Continue reading

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