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Pro-choice activist blames pro-lifer for tripping

A pro-choice activist writes about how much she hates pro-life people. She says: “Abortion is Murder” his sign said. I was looking at that sign and thinking about the real murders that happened recently at abortion clinics when I stepped … Continue reading

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Pro-choicer: killing a fetus doesn’t make abortion wrong

Pro-choice author Rene Denfeld says: “Recently, however, pro-choice supporters have realized that proving the fetus is alive and that abortion kills it does not prove that abortion is wrong.” Rene Denfeld “Forward” in Leslie Cannold The Abortion Myth (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan … Continue reading

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Pro-choice Reverend says baby “has a right not to be born”

Rev. Owens, who is pro-choice, gives his views about abortion: “There is a spiritual force within a woman when she’s pregnant and people of great spiritual sensitivity have to deal with the reality of that potential life, and a lot of … Continue reading

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Planned Parenthood official bemoans fetal technology

Pro-Life author William Brennan writes: “At a National Abortion Federation meeting in May 1982, Alfred Moran, Executive Vice President of Planned Parenthood of New York, warned his cohorts that “we are prepared to begin to recognize that technology and medical sciences … Continue reading

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Pro-Choice feminist on the strongest anti-abortion argument

Pro-choice feminist Jane English: “Antiabortion forces are indeed giving their strongest arguments when they point to the similarities between a fetus and a baby, and when they try to invoke our emotional attachment to and sympathy for the fetus.” Jane … Continue reading

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Abortionist gives reason why the pro-life movement is successful

Pro-choice activist Judith Arcana, who has performed abortions, gave the reasons why she thinks the pro-life movement has been so successful in the US. This is one of the reasons she mentioned: “Third, there is science, the technology of pregnancy. … Continue reading

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Abortion clinic waiting room full of sunlight

Reporter Kate Pickert describes the abortion clinic Red River, which is the only abortion clinic in North Dakota: “…inside, on the second floor, the waiting room is filled with sunlight. Lush houseplants are perched everywhere, and signs and posters decorate the walls: YOU … Continue reading

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Older women saw abortion as “heroic” claims pro-choicer

Pro-choice activist Amy Richards, co-founder of the Third Wave Foundation: “Older women have always been more likely to talk about abortion because for them it was something heroic. Younger women, we don’t have to talk about it. That doesn’t mean we’re … Continue reading

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Pro-choice activist: abortion can be a morally correct decision

Francis Kissling, head of Catholics for Choice, says the following: “I’ve thought about the morality of this ad nauseam for 35 years and come to the conclusion that making the choice [to have an abortion] can be a profoundly morally … Continue reading

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Sarah Weddington: Pro-Choice activists have no visuals to rival pro-lifers

Pro-abortion attorney Sarah Weddington, who successfully argued Roe vs. Wade before the Supreme Court, says in her book that the pro-choice movement had nothing powerful enough to counter the pictures of aborted babies that pro-life activists show: “Pro-choice groups such … Continue reading

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