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The Constitution, Deprivation of Life, and Personhood

May 12, 2012


The American Thinker, May 12, 2012 by Paul Pauker The view that a “personhood” law or a “personhood” amendment to a state constitution would outlaw abortion is widespread among the public.  Furthermore, pro-abortion proponents, and even a trial court judge, claim that legally defining the word “person” to include every human being from the moment […]

Glorifying the Fetus While Ignoring the Fetal Environment

April 1, 2012


Reality Check, March 29, 2012 by Margie Kelly Abortion opponents long ago slapped their brand on the fetus, parading giant graphic images of fetuses in marches and now calling for laws mandating pictures of fetuses inside a woman’s body via sonograms – sometimes even broadcasting them live in anti-abortion campaigns. By separating fetuses from the […]

Kansas Bill Could Protect Doctors Who Lie to Prevent Abortions

March 24, 2012


Abortion rights advocates dispute so-called ‘wrongful birth’ provision in bill, March 24, 2012 by Scott Rothschild Topeka — Could a bill that the Kansas Legislature is considering protect a doctor who lies to a pregnant woman about the condition of her unborn child in order to prevent that woman from having an abortion? Jennifer […]