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Court Rules Pro-Life Views Are “Patently Offensive,” Bans Choose Life License Plates in New York

Reported by Steven Ertelt   May 25, 2015   |   Albany, NY

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A federal appeals court has issued a ruling banning Choose Life license plates in New York state and claimed in its decision that pro-life views are… 639 more words


'You're sick'! Cecile Richards' take on 20-week abortion ban may be most 'twisted' yet

And we’ve got, in no small part, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards to thank for that.

In anticipation of today’s House vote on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act… 671 more words

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Is it wrong to pass incremental pro-life laws?

Pro-life debater Scott Klusendorf summarizes a recent debate between a pro-life incrementalist and a pro-life abolitionist. An incrementalist is a pro-lifer who wants to pass laws that save lives right now, while still working for a full ban on abortion. 921 more words


Cross-Examination: Abortion Law Reform in New Zealand

The Equal Justice Project is a strictly apolitical organisation. We are committed to giving equal expression to, and providing fair critique of, all ideologies and viewpoints. 2,291 more words

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'That much stupid must hurt': Jessica Valenti wishes the pope were more pro-abort

Actually, she’s a radical feminist. But we repeat ourselves.

It's time to retire #HotTake. This can't be topped. https://t.co/oW374lq3PT

— Drew McCoy (@DrewMTips) April 30, 2015…

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Skewed Reality: A look into what Pro-Choice really is

I recently posted an article from a website called Salon to my Facebook, it was titled: I am pro-abortion, not just pro-choice.  Salon is one of the most liberal filled content sites on the internet.   358 more words


De-stigmatizing Abortion?

Over the years of speaking about abortion, I’ve learned that words have power and the person who can frame the words’ meanings often can control the conversation.   427 more words