Oregon Bill Legalizes Free Abortions For Nearly Any Reason

In the past 14 years, according to state health records, already-expansive abortion laws dictated that almost $24 million in state funds were spent on more than 52,000 abortions. The bill is also uniquely expansive in that, while some states allow for cost-free abortions that are deemed medically necessary, the Oregon bill allows for coverage of abortions for virtually any reason, including sex-selective and late-term abortions. … Continue reading Oregon Bill Legalizes Free Abortions For Nearly Any Reason

Mercatornet: Women Oppose Abortion Politics

Contrary to impressions given in the media, by professional bodies such as the Royal college of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and by most Parliamentarians, an overwhelming majority of Britons actually want to make it harder for women to get abortions, a new poll reveals. It is particularly striking how much support there is amongst women for lowering the time limit for abortion, which currently stands … Continue reading Mercatornet: Women Oppose Abortion Politics

Mercatornet: How one Nairobi woman saves young mothers from the pressure to abort

Domitila Ayot is a humble heroine of the slums. All Anne* wanted when she left her poor home in rural Kenya after finishing high school in 2014 was to make some money in Nairobi so she could go back, clear her fees, and redeem her certificate so she could apply for college. But in late 2016, she hadn’t made enough money yet. She was still … Continue reading Mercatornet: How one Nairobi woman saves young mothers from the pressure to abort

Mercatornet: Lost children of Castro’s revolution

Since Castro’s death there has been raised interest to look inside world he created. The conditions women live under, the compulsion, their lives planned from beginning to end is enough to make us weep. And here in America we’re embracing aspects of this Cuban life as though we’d been denied some great privilege. Feminism would have us grasp at our very deaths. If you find … Continue reading Mercatornet: Lost children of Castro’s revolution

Douthat: The Post-Familial Election

“you should have had more children when you had the chance.” My maternal great-grandfather had five children, four of whom lived to have families of their own. His son, my grandfather, also had five children, two sons and three daughters, who grew up as part of a dense network of cousins. On my father’s side, the families were a little smaller. But my dad was … Continue reading Douthat: The Post-Familial Election

LifeNews: Planned Parenthood Capitalizes on Zika Scare

Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry were quick to jump on the abortion bandwagon for pregnant women with confirmed or suspected cases of the Zika virus. But a recent, expansive study has cast legitimate doubt on the Zika/microcephaly connection. Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry were quick to insert themselves into the medical crisis because they’re absolutely desperate to link abortion to … Continue reading LifeNews: Planned Parenthood Capitalizes on Zika Scare

AV: NARAL Super Bowl Ad Rant Shows How Radical Abortionists Really Are

As several sites have reported now, abortion-rights radicals NARAL tweeted a rant during aDoritos Super Bowl ad. The objection demonstrates just how murderous the abortionists really are, and just how sensitive they are to the truth getting out to the public. Doritos aired a Super Bowl ad in which a dad is munching Doritos while his obviously preggo wifey is having an ultrasound. With every … Continue reading AV: NARAL Super Bowl Ad Rant Shows How Radical Abortionists Really Are

MercatorNet: A Donor Conceived Woman Speaks Out

The Belgian advertising industry recently launched a campaign to support sperm donation. Award-winning men donated theirs to boost national creativity. As the child of an anonymous donor, what did you think of it? I found it an appalling campaign for many reasons. In the first place, their claim is pure nonsense. A creative gene does not exist. Studies prove that the environment where one grows … Continue reading MercatorNet: A Donor Conceived Woman Speaks Out

Mercatornet: The Dark Past of Anonymous Sperm Donation

The use of assisted reproductive technology (ART) is so common nowadays that it’s easy to forget how quickly social attitudes have changed. The Atlantic recently published a feature about the early days of artificial reproductive technology under the headline “The First Artificial Insemination Was an Ethical Nightmare: The 19th-century procedure involved lies, a secrecy pledge, and sperm from a surprise donor”. The implication is that … Continue reading Mercatornet: The Dark Past of Anonymous Sperm Donation