Life Issues

Mike Lindell, owner of My Pillow

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My Pillow Founder Donates $1 Million to Pro-Life Film

Brittany Raymer

You’ve seen his commercials, probably countless times. Michael Lindell is known for selling a pillow, My Pillow to be exact, and it was recently announced that he donated $1 million dollars for a new pro-life film, Unplanned. 

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Dr. Leana Wen

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Planned Parenthood’s New President Reveals Radical Ideology

Brittany Raymer

There’s a lot of talk about healthcare in this country. From the disappointing results of Obamacare to the Bernie Sanders-endorsed Medicaid for all, the problem of affordable healthcare in the United States remains an issue that motivates some voters.

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DNA

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A New Wave of Designer Babies May Be on Its Way

Brittany Raymer

Earlier this week, Chinese scientist He Jiankui announced that he and his team had successfully edited the genes of unborn children from seven families in China. One of the couples recently welcomed twin girls with artificially modified genes.

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Supreme Court Building

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Mississippi’s 15-Week Abortion Ban – A Challenge to Roe?

Bruce Hausknecht

Mississippi is a state with a long-standing record of support for the values that made this nation great. The state legislature, reflecting the will of its constituents, never shies away from tackling the big issues of the day, even if it means taking on the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Petri dish for medical research

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HHS Mulls Defunding Aborted Preborn Baby Parts Program

Brittany Raymer

Remember David Daleiden? He was the undercover reporter who discovered that Planned Parenthood was (allegedly) selling the tissue and remains of aborted preborn babies for medical research. Although Daleiden’s reporting grabbed headlines across the country, his undercover videos were unsuccessful in pushing Congress to defund Planned Parenthood or stop the sale of preborn baby tissue.

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Leigh Anne Tuohy

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The Blind Side’s Leigh Anne Tuohy Celebrates National Adoption Awareness Month

Brittany Raymer

This month is National Adoption Awareness Month, which specifically focuses on children in foster care waiting for adoption. In 2018, it’s been reported that 437,465 children are currently in the foster care system in the United States. More than 100,000 of those children are waiting for a family to adopt them. Leigh Anne Tuohy wants to help that happen. 

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Questions about life

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Kentucky Effectively Bans Second Trimester Abortion Procedure

Brittany Raymer

The state of Kentucky and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) were battling it out in court last week over the constitutionality of House Bill 454, which basically bans a second-trimester abortion procedure known as a dilation and evacuation (D&E).

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Dawn Laguens

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Planned Parenthood’s Executive Vice President Resigns

Brittany Raymer

It’s a new era at Planned Parenthood as Dawn Laguens, second in command to former president Cecile Richards, resigned and will leave the organization in December. She was the Executive Vice President in charge of branding, experience and politics. Interestingly, she is the second big defection to happen this year after Richards resigned in January 2018.

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flat lay photography of MacBook Pro, stethoscope, phone, and notebook

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The Problem with Telemedicine Abortion

Brittany Raymer

If a woman is having an abortion, shouldn’t she be under the care of a doctor? According to abortion activists, the answer is no.

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Hollywood sign

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Hollywood Holds Pointless Pro-Abortion Fundraiser

Brittany Raymer

Pro-abortion advocates are seemingly prone to mass hysteria. Case in point, Hollywood director Judd Apatow and the Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles are holding a benefit for Planned Parenthood. Why? It’s because “the Trump-Pence administration is trying to restrict access to birth control…AGAIN.” This is a ridiculous and unnecessary event on multiple levels.

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Planned Parenthood clinic

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Planned Parenthood’s New President Will Continue Its Old Ways

Brittany Raymer

Dr. Leana Wen, who begins her tenure next week as the new president of Planned Parenthood, will be the first physician to run the organization in over 50 years. Her surprise appointment is meant as a sign that the abortion business wants to move away from politics and refocus on healthcare.

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Baby feet

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Pro-Life Initiatives on the 2018 Ballot

Brittany Raymer

Did you know that three states currently have pro-life initiatives on the ballot for November 6? Here’s what you need to know ...

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Infant holding mother's finger

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Indiana Fights to Save Preborn Children from Discriminatory Abortion

Brittany Raymer

Indiana is taking its fight to protect the lives of preborn children to the Supreme Court. Learn more about how the Attorney General of Indiana is asking the court to review a state law that protects preborn children from eugenic abortion practices with a dark historical influence.

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Definition of abortion

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The Advent of the Abortion Doula

Brittany Raymer

Have you heard about abortion doulas? It sounds strange, but it has actually become the latest trend in the abortion business. The use of abortion doulas is an attempt by the abortion business to acknowledge that women do experience a level of emotional and physical distress during an abortion. 

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Profile of pregnant mother

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Giving Women Choice: What’s New with Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers?

Are women being forced to have babies? Of course, it isn't true. But it's a myth some abortion advocates argue happens in pro-life pregnancy resource centers. Learn more about how pregnancy resource centers work to save lives and the challenges they face.

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The word Pro-life

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What Happens if Roe is Overturned?

With all the news about U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement, there’s been much speculation about the Court finally overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court abortion decision. But what happens after Roe? 

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Bottle of pills and a syringe

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Abortion Complications

In 2015, the #ShoutYourAbortion Twitter campaign drew a lot of attention encouraging women all over the country to share their abortion stories. It was an attempt to portray abortion as normal, and to show that women live after an abortion without "sadness, shame or regret."

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What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

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What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

What's the problem with surrogacy? What are the legal and ethical issues surrounding it? Get informed about the topic and learn how surrogacy is impacting the cultural definition of the family.

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What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

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Q&A: What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

Brittany Raymer

What's the problem with surrogacy? What does the Bible say about it? Get informed about the issue by checking out our answers to commonly asked questions.

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What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

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Surrogacy: Ethical Issues

Brittany Raymer

Surrogacy raises ethical dilemmas, including the potential exploitation of women and children.

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What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

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Surrogacy: Legal Issues

Brittany Raymer

The world of surrogacy is full of legal and ethical issues that attorneys, couples, doctors, and surrogates all have to navigate at the expense of a child.

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What's Wrong With Surrogacy?

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Surrogacy: Changing the Family

Brittany Raymer

As fertility specialists continue to push the limit of what is possible when it comes to having children, the foundation of the family continues to change and become more complex.

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From Margaret to Cecile: Planned Parenthood’s 100 Years of Scandals

As president of Planned Parenthood during its 100th anniversary in 2016, Cecile Richards had much to celebrate. Planned Parenthood consistently pulls in more than one billion dollars in revenue every year, and the organization had millions signed up as volunteer advocates.

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Who Are Margaret Sanger and Cecile Richards?

Brittany Raymer

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