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True and False Abortion History

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What’s really going on with abortion and the Supreme Court?

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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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The Truth About Pregnancy Centers

  Pro-abortion advocates frequently claim that crisis pregnancy centers are dishonest because they give women facts about pregnancy and try to dissuade them from choosing abortion. Such was the reasoning behind the Deceptive Practices of Limited Services Pregnancy Centers Act, an...
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IN MEMORY OF SENATOR JAMES LANE BUCKLEY

  James Lane Buckley died August 18, having passed his 100th birthday last March. The soft-spoken Buckley catapulted to national prominence in November 1970 when, against expectations, he won a U.S. Senate seat from New York on the Conservative Party line, beating out a pair...
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Restoring Fathers’ Rights in the Post-Dobbs World

    June 19 is Father’s Day. It will be the first Father’s Day in nearly fifty years when states have not been constrained by Roe v. Wade (and its progeny) from protecting fathers’ rights. Few remember that the 1973 Roe decision legalizing abortion represented such a...
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Nothing in the World but a Cell

  If Pope Celestine V is familiar at all to us today, it’s because his name came up in 2013 during the resignation of Benedict XVI. As one of only a handful of popes who had previously abdicated, the erstwhile Peter of Morrone was perhaps the most hapless selection to the...
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Thy Will Be Done

  The expression “he has the patience of a saint” is fitting praise for someone who puts up with difficulty, displaying noteworthy calm and grace when most of us succumb to exasperation and anger. In the way they live their lives, saintly people teach us that it is possible...
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Mary’s Month

    A cartoon by Erika Sjule in the New Yorker magazine of May 8, 2023, shows a man and woman sitting at a table and the man declaiming, “If only every summer were autumn, and every autumn spring, and every late spring summer, and every winter only the holiday season,...
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