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The not-so-secret dangers of the abortion pill

    When abortion advocacy groups speak about medication abortion—a two-drug regimen comprised of mifepristone and misoprostol—they are quick to tout what they claim is its “stellar safety record,” going so far as to compare its use to over-the-counter medications used...
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Abortions Drop in Ohio and Indiana, But More Work Needs to Be Done

      The latest data from Ohio and Indiana shows promising signs for ending abortion, but there is still plenty of work to be done. The second quarter report from Indiana’s health department shows there were 1,937 abortions between April 1 and June 30, 2023. This...
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The Huge Loophole in Genocide Law

  I’ve noticed that everyone who is against genocide has already been born. This paraphrase recalls Ronald Reagan’s well-known line, “I’ve noticed that everyone that is for abortion has already been born.” The sentiment is similar. Children in the womb don’t have a say in...
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Martin Luther King—In His Own Words

    In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday, I thought I’d offer some quotes from his “Letter from the Birmingham Jail,” written from a prison cell to the clergy in 1963. Parts of the letter have become well known, such as King’s insistence that “Injustice...
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