The Baby Who Didn’t Make It

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In a column for, Helena Holgersson-Shorter writes about The baby who didn’t make it: By the time we were finally ushered into the ultrasound room my husband and I were engaged in a sotto voce round of bickering — can’t believe you messed up the time/stop ruining this for me — only to be struck silent by the magical … Read More

Eugenics Rising?

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Australian bishop Peter Elliott told mass-goers recently that the “warped practice of eugenics is rising from its Nazi tomb,” noting the “seek-and-destroy” mission for handicapped unborn children and the promotion of euthanasia. In yesterday’s post, I, too, wondered if we have learned nothing from the Nazi Holocaust and what lead to it, which reminded me of a few things I’ve … Read More

Locked-In Quadriplegic: “All Life is Worth Living”

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Excellent! France has awarded its Legion of Honor to a woman who has been a locked-in quadriplegic for 30 years (h/t Wesley Smith). And, get this: it’s for her fight against euthanasia and assisted suicide! Maryannick Pavageau (shown here with her daughter Myriam (r) and Senator Monique Papon (l), who bestowed the award) had a stroke which left her completely … Read More

Santorum: Daughter w/ Trisomy 18 “Worth Every Tear”

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Former PA Sen. Rick Santorum has a moving piece int he Philadelphia Enquirer honoring the second birthday of his daughter Bella: ‘Incompatible with life.” The doctor’s words kept echoing in my head as I held my sobbing wife, Karen, just four days after the birth of our eighth child, Isabella Maria. Bella was born with three No. 18 chromosomes, rather … Read More

Kill the Pain, Not the Patient

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13-year-old Lia Mills is one smart cookie! Lia mentions the use of euthanasia in Nazi Germany: see my post Holocaust Lessons Not Learned h/t CMR. See Lia’s award winning speech on abortion. Related: I Will be a Voice, Will You? – featuring more young pro-life voices.

Good Science Can Be Used for Very Bad Things

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The good news: scientists have found a genetic variant that may be associated with autism. The bad news: good science can be used for very bad things, as Ari Ne’e-man, who has Asperger Syndrome, explains in this Newsweek interview (h/t Mary Meets Dolly): But the new genetic advances concern Ne’eman…His ultimate fear is this: a prenatal test for autism, leading … Read More

Chris Smith Calls Out SOS Clinton

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We need more pro-life leaders in Congress like Rep. Smith. Here he calls out Sec. of State Hillary Clinton for her praise of the racist eugenicist Margaret Sanger. He also asks her if to clarify whether or not the United States’ definition of “reproductive health” and “reproductive services” includes abortions (h/t Jill Stanek – via twitter): In her response Clinton … Read More

Gianna Jessen’s Australian Manifesto

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“I didn’t survive so I could make everyone comfortable. I survived so I could stir things up a bit. And I have a great time doing it.” Here, in two parts, is a wonderful speech from abortion survivor Gianna Jessen last year at Queen’s Hall, Parliament House, Victoria. Australia – on the eve of the debate to decriminalize abortion in … Read More

Margaret Sanger, One of the “Women of Our Time”

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American Life League reports on Margaret Sanger, who is being honored in the Smithsonian Portrait Gallery’s Women of our Time exhibit:

We Should All Be This Outraged

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You must watch this video of Wesley Smith speaking at Princeton University after infanticide and euthanasia enthusiast Peter Singer received his tenured chair at the school a few years ago: