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One in three female voters wants a party to win her vote on abortion

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True and False Abortion History

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The Fallacy of “Pro Choice” New York

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"Stay With Us"

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In Vitro Fertilization and the Law

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Abortion Pills and the Supreme Court

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Prenatal Lives Count … At Least Sometimes

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One in three female voters wants a party to win her vote on abortion

    A new poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows there is an opportunity for pro-life candidates to win over female voters. “Women voters overall say they trust both the Democratic Party and President Joe Biden more on abortion policy in this country, but trust...
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True and False Abortion History: It’s not true that abortion was unregulated in America before 1821

    This article originally appeared in The New Oxford Review, April 11, 2024, and is reprinted with permission. __________________________________________________________________ Much wailing and gnashing of teeth followed the Arizona Supreme Court’s recent upholding...
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The Fallacy of “Pro Choice” New York

  My stomach hurt as I desperately tried to think of something to say to the woman sitting in front of me: “You know you love your son so much . . . I bet he would love another sibling!” Annabelle* looked up at me, exasperated. I already knew her answer. “I just can’t...
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 “April Is the Cruellest Month”

    So, how’s your spring going? Chill, snow, nor’easter rain enough for Noah? Hope you don’t need to go to Baltimore, with the Key Bridge collapse adding to the usual disarray caused by high urban crime rates. Maybe you were among the 73 million AT&T customers whose...
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    The season that extends for forty days from Easter Sunday to the feast of the Ascension celebrates the time when Jesus revealed his resurrection in many ways. The four gospels give us only a selection of our Lord’s appearances—just enough to illustrate their great...
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The Eclipse of God?

  Today the West lives as if God did not exist . . . This estrangement from God is not caused by reasoning but by a will to be detached from him. The atheistic orientation of a life is almost always a decision by the will. Man no longer wishes to reflect on his relationship to...
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Why Roe/Casey Is Still Unsettled

In his first public criticism of the Supreme Court’s decision in Dred Scott v....
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Hijacking Immigration?

    The myth that human beings are “overpopulating” the earth, which has...
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Talking to Non-Christian Prolifers

After Alexandra G. was raped at age 13, her mother opted not to take her to a doctor...
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The Long Road of Eugenics: From Rockefeller to Roe v. Wade (Fall, 2004)

  The infamous Roe v. Wade1 decision relies directly and indirectly on the work...
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