Black Media Shills for Big Abortion

Abortion is the civil rights issue of our day. Black leaders from across the country are fighting the scourge of abortion, despite failed leadership from the NAACP, National Urban League and the Congressional Black Caucus. Black babies are aborted up to 5 times more than the majority population yet it is celebrated by so-called “civil rights” groups as “reproductive justice”. Martin Luther King Jr. did not fight for justice for the few, but for all. Let’s remind ourselves that when a government determines who is a person and who isn’t inhumanity follows. (Learn more at

A Former Pro-Choice Atheist Reflects on Sex, Abortion and Anger


Of all the things I remember about the Texas March for Life in Austin last January, the memory that stands out the most is the look on the faces of the counter-protesters who followed us along Congress Avenue and down to the capitol that frosty morning. When I glanced over to see the source of the epithets that were being screamed at us, I met the eyes of one young woman wearing a black bandana over the bottom half of her face. She happened to look over and meet my gaze, and in her eyes I saw one thing: hatred.

A Culture That Celebrates Abortion Wills Its Own Destruction

At a time when more and more Americans are coming to an awareness of how evil abortion is, President Barack Obama, the most fiercely pro-abortionist president in our history, is digging his heels in further.

This week, he made his annual statement glorifying this hideous practice on the anniversary of the infernal 1973 Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, which greatly restricted abortion laws.

Obama’s statement was as unapologetic as it was grotesque, celebrating an abominable procedure that ought to be outlawed — not glamorized, as the left does with it. Before you accuse me of hyperbole, be advised that Democratic National Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz wished Roe v. Wade a happy 41st birthday. “Happy”?

A Rebuttal To Ten Pro-Abortion Arguments

By Paula Glennon

I ran across a top ten list from a pro-abortion website that was being used by someone making comments on a pro-life article.  This inspired me to compose a rebuttal.  I’m afraid the American public has become complacent, undiscerning, and easily duped by what they read on social media and other internet sites. 

I hope you will take the time to read and see what is being passed off as facts by our opposition, and what I have taken the time to research.  If you have time, please read some of the articles that are linked, to arm yourself with a more detailed understanding of the facts.  We must always be prepared to give a coherent reason for the pro-life stance that we take! 

The Two-Minus-One Pregnancy: Abortion’s Slippery Slope

by David Ayers

Ever heard of a “two-minus-one pregnancy?” Chances are you have not, unless you have read therecent article by that title in the New York Times Magazine. This expression, which we may have to get used to, is one more “weasel term” in a long list of euphemisms invented by champions of “choice.” It refers to a rare but increasingly used “medical” procedure that some women want and some physicians provide—also known as a “twin reduction.” How does it work?

Scared to Say You’re Pro-Life? Here’s How to “Come Out” of the Closet

by Kristen Hatten

“I’m still in the pro-life closet, and I don’t know how to come out!”

I have been told this a surprising number of times, but it never fails to stir my sympathy. I remember coming out.

It’s difficult now to describe the feeling I had then, in the winter of 2006, but I knew in my gut that a lot of things were about to change. As a recent convert, it had never occurred to me how much belief in abortion “rights” was part and parcel with the lifestyle I was leading then. I was in my twenties; I was an actor and writer, a self-described liberal feminist, and most of my friends were pot-smoking punk rockers, artists of various stripes, comics and entertainers, burgeoning intellectuals, and the like. I had a gut feeling my friends and fellows would have a hard time accepting this change of heart.

Hey Pro-Lifers: To Change Hearts and Minds on Abortion Quit Preaching to the Choir

by Brad Mattes

Let’s be honest. To truly be successful advocates for life, we can’t just spend our time “preaching to the choir.”

We must step outside our comfort zone to reach those who are on the other side. This is no easy task when you’re faced with individuals who hurl obscenities, act combative or are willfully defiant. But if we’re to change hearts and minds, we must first try to understand the motives of those who are for abortion.

Not all pro-abortion advocates are the same, but I believe there are five general traits that exist among this group. They are:

Carrying the Weight of Regret

By Brooke Bowen, A Post Abortive Mother

Often times as I begin to grow older and reflect back on my life, I realize that the sins I have committed myself have cause much more damage to my soul than the sins others have committed against me. I sit daily and reflect on how a split-second decision changed my life forever. I cry and weep and wish with every fiber of my being that I could go back in time and change some of the things that I’ve done in my life. I try my damnedest to go back and right all of the wrongs I’ve ever committed in my life, but there’s one wrong that I can never make right and that kills me inside.

How is abortion pro-family or pro-child?

by Cassy Fiano

It would be interesting to find out if abortion advocates actually believe the drivel they spew, or if they’re just spouting off one-liners in an attempt to make themselves look less ghoulish. This question comes to mind when reading a new article posted at RH Reality Check written by Sarah Erdreich.

According to Erdreich,abortion is a wonderful thing that is good for not only women, but for children and families as well. This kind of argument clearly requires some impressive mental gymnastics.

The Moral and Intellectual Bankruptcy of the Pro-Abortion Movement

by Michael Brown

In the wake of a rising tide of pro-life sentiments and sensibilities in America, the utter bankruptcy of the pro-abortion position is being revealed, especially in its more militant forms.

The pro-abortion side is now faced with:

• The beautiful reality of 3D and 4D ultrasounds, making clear that the fetus in the womb is really a carefully formed, developing baby. It is now impossible to deny that the little one seen with such clarity on the screen is a human life that is about to be snuffed out.

We Know They Are Killing Children—All of Us Know

by John Piper

One biblical principle of justice is that the more knowledge we have that our action is wrong, the more guilty we are, and the more deserving of punishment (Luke 12:47–48). The point of this blog post is that we know what we are doing — all America knows. We are killing children. Pro-choice and Pro-life people both know this.

But before I show that, let’s clarify what the Supreme Court did forty years ago today. In Roe v. Wade the Supreme Court in effect made abortion on demand untouchable by law. The way this was done was with two steps.

It’s okay to be pro-life without exception!

by Rebecca Downs

While I have only recently been able to admit, and proudly, that I am pro-life without exception, I think in my heart I have always felt this way. The pro-life position was an automatic position to me and so when I first had a conversation about abortion when I was 12 with my grandfather, also pro-life, and then a debate with friends who did not feel the same way, I really spoke from the heart. What about the hard-cases though? While I didn’t think abortion was acceptable even in cases of rape or incest, I felt somewhat uncomfortable arguing about it. But then I noticed that others were brave enough to argue that even though a child may be conceived out of a horrific situation such as rape or incest, that child is no less deserving of the right to life.

Genetic Testing to Abort “Imperfect” Babies? Who are We to Judge?

by John Stonestreet

Imagine you and your spouse find out you’re expecting. Having experienced this moment a few times, I know there’s nothing quite like it. Your world changes, and within days, your child’s entire biography unfolds in your mind: her first steps, first words, kindergarten, little league, ballet, high school, college, and eventually a young adult who will make you insanely proud. It’s all so promising.

But for thousands of parents every year, that’s when the “bad news” comes.

Warrior Mothers, Miracle Daughters: China’s Battle for Life

By Sarah Elliott

For many Chinese women, keeping a daughter is a battle—and the stakes are unthinkably high.

A Chinese woman may not become pregnant without the government’s permission. Under China’s One-Child Policy, all couples must apply for a birth permit before starting a pregnancy. Nearly two-thirds of Chinese couples (more than 900 million people) may have only one child and will be issued only one birth permit in their lives. Pregnancy without a permit is illegal.

Leaving Abortion in Texas – One clinic worker’s escape

An NRO Interview

Wendy Davis, the woman in pink sneakers, became an overnight celebrity after she filibustered a Texas bill that would have protected some unborn children of 20 weeks and older. She was celebrated for her stand by the president of United States, by most of the mainstream media, and by Planned Parenthood and other abortion-industry stalwarts. As the Texas legislature convenes for another special session, affording Davis more of the spotlight, abortion in the Lone Star State deserves a little sunlight.