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Planned Parenthood Resorts to Flagrantly Dishonest Campaign in Attempt to Defeat Right-to-Life Legislators

Planned Parenthood is airing radio ads right now falsely claiming that right-to-life Speaker Mike Huebsch, Rep. Jim Ott, Rep. Mark Honadel and Rep. Karl Van Roy want to send women who have abortions to prison. Why all the distortion and at this time? For several important reasons: The first is purely political. PP has targeted …

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An Ominous Trend

The tiny country of Luxembourg has legalized euthanasia, following in the footsteps of the Netherlands, Belgium, and Switzerland. Although Luxembourg is not a major European country, any trend in this wrong direction is significant for other countries in Europe. Great Britain defeated an effort to legalize assisted suicide almost two years ago but the issue …

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Behind the Scene Tidbits You Won’t Hear in the News

Last week’s public hearing on the proposed repeal of Wisconsin‘s abortion ban had a very public side. But there were some fascinating things going on behind the scenes that didn’t make the news: Over 500 right-to-lifers came to oppose SB 398, the proposed repeal of Wisconsin‘s abortion ban. There were about 50 people in support. …

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Today is the Day!

The big day has arrived with hundreds of people at the state capitol to testify at the public hearing on SB 398, legislation to repeal Wisconsin’s historic abortion ban. We will hear “right to choose” a thousand times today, because that is the only “argument” the proponents of abortion have. Never mind that through that …

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Young People Expected to Flock to Capitol for Key Public Hearing

The tides are changing as the young slowly but surely take over the fight to protect unborn children and other vulnerable people. Participants in the annual January 22 March for Life in Washington, D.C. are now mostly young people. Numbers of college and high school students and young adults are expected to attend the February …

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