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Chemical Abortion Is the New Challenge for Pro-Lifers

Democrats want to remove safety requirements on chemical abortion, posing a significant risk to pregnant women.

Repealing Abortion Notification Law Would Be Tragic Mistake

Eliminating the Illinois Parental Notification of Abortion Act would strip away critical protections for young girls and enable predatory men.

Religious Liberty Isn’t Enough

President Biden’s pledge to heal and unify seems to mean giving the far left everything it demands in the culture wars. Conservatives therefore must resist. Yet in doing so we must avoid the trap of framing every debate as if it were about religious liberty.

President Biden’s Mexico City Policy Repeal Contradicts His Own Recent Statements

As a direct result of President Biden’s decision, massive amounts of federal funding once again will flow indiscriminately to foreign-aid groups such as Planned Parenthood International and similar organizations whose chief aim is to profit from an increased number of abortions around the globe, including in countries that reject abortion in law.

Remembering the Legacy of Pro-Life Pioneer Joseph Scheidler

Joseph Scheidler’s death marked the end of an era for a movement that was often defined by his style of pro-life advocacy — advocacy that was so effective that the National Organization of Women brought lawsuit after lawsuit against him to try and stop it.

Will Joe Manchin Remain Pro-Life?

Senator Joe Manchin could very well choose to maintain his support for abortion restrictions and protections for unborn children and taxpayers’ rights, especially given the views of his constituents. But it’s no sure thing.

Thoughts on a Pro-Life Picket Line

In the tough years ahead for the culture of life, compassionate witness is going to be ever more important: especially the witness of caring for women in crisis pregnancies.

Lincoln, Douglas, and the Failure of Colorado’s Pro-Life Vote

A cherished defense of those who favor legal abortion later in pregnancy is that such procedures are incredibly rare and are made available only when a mother’s health is at risk or her unborn child suffers from a life-threatening disease. Perhaps such a belief is comforting, but it nevertheless conflicts with reality.

The Toxic Waste of Roe v. Wade

A Supreme Court that hollows out or even reverses Roe v. Wade will not settle the American abortion debate; it will return the issue to the states, where there will be mixed results for the cause of life.

Amy Coney Barrett: A New Feminist Icon

Feminism is changing, and Barrett’s replacement of Ruth Bader Ginsburg will show how.