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Abortion

California pioneers taxpayer funded abortion pills for college coeds

college coeds

What a difference a year makes. As we wrote in a blogpost last year, outgoing California Governor, Jerry Brown, vetoed a bill that would provide taxpayer-funded abortion pills for California co-eds. Said Governor Brown: “The average distance to abortion providers in campus communities varies from five to seven miles, not an unreasonable distance. Because the…

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The trauma of abortion

trauma of abortion

By Laura Limmex I was 16 years old when I found myself facing a crisis pregnancy.  I visited a pregnancy center to confirm the pregnancy and with them made the decision to have an abortion.  I was scheduled for 2 weeks later.  I was 12 weeks pregnant and nobody knew except me, my boyfriend and…

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Public policy in the aftermath of the Dr. Klopfer revelations

Ulrich George Klopfer

You read about Ulrich George Klopfer this week. He’s the abortion doctor who just died, and his family discovered the remains of 2,246 aborted fetuses in his home, reminiscent of the Kermit Gosnell story. Pro-life supporters are repulsed by the macabre need for some abortionists to preserve “trophies” of their victims. Even folks who tend…

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Pro life writers needed immediately

Get ready for Iowans for LIFE’s “Pro-Life Apologetics Tool Kit!” We are writing concise responses to twenty common pro-abortion arguments. Can you help? We’ve already written some really compelling comebacks you’re going to love. However, IFL has some very smart, articulate supporters who read our blogposts religiously. You may have even better responses than we’ve…

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Abortion increases the risk of suicide

abortion increases the risk of suicide

California is a mecca for Big Abortion. They have always ‘led’ other states in coming up with new ways to spread the advance of human abortion. They legalized human abortion six years before Roe v Wade. California Right to Life recaps their legislative history as it relates to abortion: Any pregnant female who cannot afford…

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The challenge of pro-life messaging

Maggie DeWitte

A message from Maggie DeWitte Dear Pro-Life Supporter:  Big Media makes it hard to promote pro-life messaging. You can help us work around the obstacles by making monthly, automatic donations to Iowans for LIFE billboard campaign. Even if it’s only $5 a month, it matters. A hundred-dollars a month is even better!  We leverage every…

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Who is more pro-life AFTER birth: Planned Parenthood or Christians?

Pro-life Christians

Abortion advocates accuse pro-life groups of hypocrisy. They claim we only care about limiting abortion instead of caring about kids after they’re born. The claim raises an immediate question: what does Planned Parenthood do to help kids after they’re born? Planned Parenthood doesn’t care for kids after birth The question was clearly answered publicly a…

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The art of the deal, Disney style

Walt Disney Company abortion

China is a cesspool of human rights abuse. Despite the despicable degradations imposed upon its citizens, the Walt Disney Company aggressively pursues commerce with the country known as the Red Dragon. By contrast, Disney threatens to withdraw from Georgia because of recent pro human rights legislation that restricts human abortion. Anniversary of the Tiananmen Square…

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Finding common ground on abortion: Part 2

instant of fertilization

Des Moines Register columnist, Kathie Obradovich, attempted to identify common abortion-related principles upon which we can all agree in her May 22nd opinion piece: “How do Iowa and federal lawmakers fail pregnant women and mothers? Let’s count the ways.”  She succeeded in some and missed the mark on others. If you missed it, here are…

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Finding common ground on abortion

common ground on abortion

Des Moines Register columnist, Kathie Obradovich, attempted to identify common abortion-related principles upon which we can all agree in her May 22nd opinion piece: “How do Iowa and federal lawmakers fail pregnant women and mothers? Let’s count the ways.”  She succeeded in some and missed the mark on others. Let us re-count the ways by…

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