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About Sarah

Sarah Terzo is a freelance writer and journalist who works for Live Action. She is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians and Consistent Life.

Abortion clinics falsified minors’ ages to get out of reporting abuse

Former Planned Parenthood manager Abby Johnson says: I’ve found sometimes that charts — when I would audit charts — I would find charts sometimes where the client, when they filled out a medical history, if they were a minor, it … Continue reading

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Abortion worker blogs about “respecting the lives” of babies she kills

Abortion Clinic Days is a blog where abortion workers write about their experiences working in abortion facilities. Under the heading “respect for life,” the blog says: many years ago i remember a patient telling me that she chose our clinic because she … Continue reading

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Mother calls daughter with Down syndrome ‘closest thing to an angel’

Michele Harmon wrote about her child with Down syndrome in her essay, “The Most Beautiful Face on Earth.” Ciarra attends a regular preschool program, she was potty trained before she was three, and is a very independent little kid. She … Continue reading

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Former abortion worker says her clinic lied about minors

A former abortion worker from a facility in Texas said: During the times that my training, I shadowed a few minor encounters, and there were times when the minor reported that her partner was more than four years older than … Continue reading

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Former abortion worker: We never showed ultrasound

Former abortion worker Brenda Pratt-Shafer wrote: “The abortionist knows that if the mother knew there was a heartbeat or saw the fetus (baby) on the ultrasound, she would probably change her mind about the abortion. When an ultrasound was performed at … Continue reading

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Study shows one fourth of post-abortion women think abortion is wrong

From a 1988 book on abortion: “In one study, researchers found that one fourth of the women who had abortions felt that it was morally wrong; 8% of them did not believe that any woman who wants an abortion should … Continue reading

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Reporter comments on media bias

From an article on media bias in the abortion debate. Lisa Myers, who covers abortion for NBC: “I do believe that some of the stories I have read or seen have almost seemed like cheerleading for the pro-choice side.” DAVID … Continue reading

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Late term abortionist says listening to Martin Luther King inspired him to do abortions

Late term “Christian” abortionist Willie Parker: “In listening to a sermon by Dr. Martin Luther King, I came to a deeper understanding of my spirituality, which places a higher value on compassion. King said what made the good Samaritan ‘good’ … Continue reading

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Chinese woman forced abortions on women pregnant “illegally”

On Nightline, a Chinese woman who enforced the one child policy was interviewed. She helped round up women who were pregnant and forced them to have abortions. The interview: BRIAN ROSS, ABC NEWS (VO) By her own admission, this woman … Continue reading

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Abortionist on fetal pain

Dr. David A Grimes, abortionist, referring to whether fetuses, particularly those younger than 29 weeks, feel pain: “This is an unknowable question.” Dr. Donald DeMarco Why I Am Pro-Life and Not Politically Correct (Corpus Christi, Texas: Goodbooks Media, 2017) 13 … Continue reading

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