Memorial Day

When Ronald Reagan spoke on Memorial Day, you know the words flowed from his heart. He revered those brave men and women in our armed forces who sacrificed their lives in the name of freedom. Let us revisit a few of his words as we pay homage to our fallen brothers and sisters: MAY 25TH,…

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born with Down Syndrome

By Karen Zainal As an aspiring special education teacher, I wanted to learn how to interact with kids with more profound developmental disabilities. I found KEEN (Kids Enjoy Exercise Now), a nonprofit that pairs volunteers with special needs participants (kids and young adults) in a time of free play. I started two weeks ago; as…

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nonessential surgeries

Governor Kim Reynold’s proclamation to suspend nonessential surgeries during the coronavirus health crisis was met with resistance by providers of human abortion. The governor suspended non essential services, such as dental, eyecare, and abortions in an attempt to preserve precious medical supplies needed to fight the coronavirus in Iowa. The ACLU pushed back with a…

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coronavirus lockdown

We know the Coronavirus is about to get worse. By Monday, 3000 had died in the U.S. By end of Tuesday, 4000. One state over, Illinois officials released an emergency alert to residents pleading for additional licensed healthcare workers to come forward as they prepare for the pending deluge of death. Federal officials fear fatalities…

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ACLU lawsuit

On Friday, Governor Kim Reynolds banned surgical abortions until April 16th, explaining: “The decisions that I have made have been made in the vane of really helping us strategically use our PPE (personal protective equipment) stockpile that we have. That has been an issue from the very beginning of this.” The American Civil Liberties Union…

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coronavirus

Non essential business have shutdown, or are in the process of doing so to protect human life during the Coronavirus crisis. This is occurring coast-to-coast. Coronavirus infections are soaring. According to data from a variety of sources, including the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control, we have 51,215 confirmed cases in the…

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#CelebrateAbortionProviders

What kind of people #CelebrateAbortionProviders? Three kinds: The misguided. Oftentimes, these are future pro-lifers. How many women have been hurt by abortion? Millions. Many don’t realize what they are doing until the physical, emotional, and spiritual reality kicks in. Sometimes it takes decades for that to happen. Sometimes minutes. The financial profiteers. There’s money in…

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pro-life news

As IFL gears up for next week’s March for Life, we can’t help but look back at the pro-life news of the past year with a mix of awe and wonderment. Last year began with ‘the Covington Kids’ controversy It’s been a year since the “Covington Kids” incident at last year’s March. In case you’ve…

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Down Syndrome

By Tom Quiner Humanity burst through into a pro-death culture in surprising ways in 2019. One of the most heartwarming events occurred at the most raucous PGA golf tournament of the year, the Waste Management Open in January, involving a woman with Down Syndrome.  During a practice round on the 16th hole, which has been…

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expand the availability of RU-486

Abortion rights advocates hoping to make it easier to end later-term pregnancies have outsourced a potentially dangerous drug trial to an impoverished African country. The clinical trial in Burkina Faso is testing the efficacy of second-trimester abortions using a two-drug combination that includes RU-486, which is currently used in a growing number of first-trimester abortions.…

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