Nicaraguan President Signs Abortion Ban

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I wish we had more politicians like this in America: MANAGUA, Nicaragua: Nicaraguan President Enrique Bolanos signed a bill Friday banning abortion in all cases — including when a woman’s life is endangered — despite opposition from doctors, women’s rights groups and diplomats. Presidential spokesman Lindolfo Mojarretz told The Associated Press that Bolanos signed the bill Friday and that it … Read More

Abortion and Illegal Immigration?

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One argument in favor of allowing illegal immigrants to remain in the U.S. is the fact that so many of them are filling the jobs that “Americans aren’t doing.” A new report to a legislative panel in Missouri on illegal immigration suggests that part of the reason there are so many unfulfilled jobs in America has to do with abortion. … Read More

Killing Our Children

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I have to give a big thank you to Bill O’Reilly. For over a year he has really been investigating the state of Kansas and their partial birth abortion policy – specifically with regards to George Tiller, often referred to as “Tiller the Baby Killer.” Tiller’s situation is particularly troubling. He will perforn late term, partial birth abortions, for just … Read More

Supreme Court Hears Partial Birth Abortion Arguments

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If you haven’t already heard, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments yesterday about the federal partial-birth abortion ban. It is definetely a different court than the one that struck down the ban in Nebraska in 2000. Fr. Frank Pavone, from Priests for Life, was at the hearing yesterday and shares his reflections on the arguments: “This is not simply … Read More

Claire McCaskill

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Alright, so I think I am one of the last Catholic bloggers to blog this sticker. My mother thinks it should say, “You can’t be Catholic and pro Claire.” It disturbs me greatly that any Catholic could be endorsed by Pro-Choice America, or even think that abortion should be, “safe, legal and rare.” Claire recently used her Catholic faith to … Read More

Women Sign ‘We Had Abortions’ Petition

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Ms. Magazine, a feminist publication founded in 1972, a year before Roe v. Wade, will publish a cover story titled, “We Had Abortions,” in their fall issue, due out next week. This story will be accompanied by a petition signed by thousands of women who have had abortions in the United States. The pro-choice, feminist movement is concerned by recent … Read More

Pray for the Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court opens today, but will be delayed due to a few of the Justices observing Yom Kippur. One of the items on their agenda this session will be determining whether the Partial Birth Abortion Ban of 2003 is constitutional or not. I found this cute little prayer in church a few weeks ago from the Angels for Life: … Read More

Congressional Alert From National Right to Life

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THIS IS AN URGENT CONGRESSIONAL ALERT FROM THE NATIONAL RIGHT TO LIFE COMMITTEE IN WASHINGTON, D.C. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate will conduct a do-or-die vote on one of the most important pro-life bills ever to come before the Congress — the Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act (CIANA) — as early as Friday, September 29. All pro-life groups and citizens … Read More

Freedom of Choice?

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Hardly. This is a sad story out of Salem NH about a 19 year old girl whose own parents kidnapped her in order to force her to get an abortion: “Her parents chased her out into the yard, grabbed and tied her hands and feet together,” Salem Police Officer Sean Marino wrote in a court affidavit. “Katelyn states that her … Read More