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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

Politics

Pro-abortion, but Not Pro-choice about Life in General

A left-leaning friend of mine explains in a recent Facebook post that he’s not pro-choice, he’s pro-abortion.

If he were talking about anything else, he would sound like a great Lockean libertarian: 461 more words

Politics And Public Policy

Utah lawmaker defends 72-hour waiting period for abortions after study finds rule creates hardships

SALT LAKE CITY — Four years ago, Utah became the first state to mandate a 72-hour waiting period before getting an abortion. Now, the findings of a study conducted a year after the change was enacted have been released. 445 more words

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Abortion Lobby Funding Hypocrisy

Planned Parenthood received over 1/2 a billion tax payer dollars in 2014 to help fund what selling baby parts didn’t cover.

After the undercover videos of the illegal sale of baby parts were uncovered, Planned Parenthood’s funding was in jeopardy, at which point the abortion lobby began a campaign of fear to help protect the gravy train. 210 more words

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Doritos, and the Identity of the Unborn.

I am a Christian. I am also FOR abortion. As a matter of fact, I think tax dollars should be used to fund abortion-on- demand. Abortion should be allowed in all cases of unwanted pregnancies, which includes rape and those children who have genetic defects such as Down Syndrome. 434 more words

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