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The abortion battle.

*disclaimer this is my personal opinion. This is an extremely confrontational subject and while I do allow questioning, disagreement, opinions, and support I do not allow attacks. 941 more words

Life is Life, but Perception is Reality

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Life is Life, but Perception is Reality

By Nathaniel Givens

America’s Right

Sycloria Williams was 18 years old and 23-weeks pregnant, but she didn’t feel that she was ready for a child. 692 more words

Critical Thinking

Father's Day After An Abortion

Father’s Days allow us to focus in a special way on the unique experience of abortion loss suffered by men, and the personal costs and effects on marriage and family life.  60 more words


The vessel- a short story by Daisy Willows

“What is this ban on abortion—it is a survival of the veiled face, of the barred window and the locked door, burning, branding, mutilation, stoning, of all the grip of ownership and superstition come down on woman, thousands of years ago.”  1,660 more words


Supreme Court vacates lower court ruling against religious liberty

Life News explained what was at stake in the “Little Sisters of the Poor” case decided yesterday by the Supreme Court:

The Little Sisters of the Poor are asking the nation’s highest court to ensure they do not have to comply with Obamacare’s abortion mandate.

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Pro-abortion students shout abuse at black pro-life speaker at Harvard University

Bound 4 Life reports on a recent pro-life event at Harvard University, of all places.

It says:

On Tuesday, Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation addressed a student forum at Harvard University, a 90-minute discussion on abortion in the black community that turned hostile when students began shouting and walking out during the Q & A portion.

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The "A" Word Emerges in the Race

Abortion doesn’t seem as prominent an issue in the current presidential election as it has been in the past, but it’s still out there enough to be tripping up the front-runners of both parties. 564 more words