Why “Accidental Death” is the Default Setting for Coroners When Abortion is Involved

3/17/16 By Cheryl Sullenger   Karnamaya Mongar, a tiny Bhutanese refugee who barely spoke a word of English, died at the hands of Kermit Gosnell and his incompetent staff on November 19, 2009. Mongar had newly immigrated to the U.S. … Continue reading

When Young Girls Are Manipulated Into Abortion

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12/20/16 By Theresa Bonopartis As we try to bring healing to those in the US who have been injured by abortion in so many ways, I often forget that The International Planned Parenthood Federation is busy manipulating and deceiving young … Continue reading

UK: A Watershed Supreme Court Ruling Has Shaken Up Consent Laws – and May Have Unexpected Spin-Offs

11/22/16 By Philippa Taylor (Via CMF Blogs) Recent headlines in The (UK) Times and Guardian along the lines that “Doctors must warn patients of all the dangers before every treatment” reflect one of the biggest legal changes to the doctor-patient relationship in a … Continue reading

Why Don’t “Pro-Choicers” Want to Talk About Coercion?

11/9/16 By Calvin Freiburger (Via Live Action News) Alex Zielinski of the San Antonio Current is not happy that pro-life lawyer and Justice Foundation president Allan Parker sent a letter to Texas school districts offering guidance counselors and nurses training … Continue reading

Denying the Loss of a Sibling: Healing for Those Who Have Lost Siblings to Abortion

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Theresa Bonopartis “This is pregnancy and infancy loss awareness month, but hardly anyone is counting our losses.” — SG Unfortunately, there is a disconnect when it comes to acknowledging the feelings often experienced by siblings of aborted babies. As the … Continue reading