A Double NEWSworthy for your Friday! Kokx and Grondelski have two complementary pieces.

  Click to Read: An Abortion Puzzlement by John Grondelski (reprinted with permission from the New Oxford Review) _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Read Below: NEWSworthy: YouTube Spreads Abortion Pill...
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Friday’s Supreme Court Abortion Pill Ruling (Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA)

  On Friday, the Supreme Court handed down a ruling in the abortion pill case (Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA). In the short term, the Court’s ruling means that the abortion pills continue to be available under the latest FDA rules — used up to 10 weeks...
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Taking Refuge in the Omniscient Narrator

  Back in the day, there was a Disney-sponsored “See If You Can Draw” contest in the back of the comic books. You were to draw the picture provided, send it in, and they would tell you if you had talent. This opportunity was brought to my attention by my big brother. There...
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Appendix C: How a Liberal Foundation Bankrolled Abortion Pills in the Name of Population Control

[The following article was first published on Jan 4, 2022, in the Washington Free Beacon (www.freebeacon.com) where Collin Anderson is a staff writer. It is reprinted here with the website’s permission.] Roughly a decade before his death in 1996, tech titan David Packard issued a...
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Death by Mail: Chemical Abortions Require a New Pro-Life Approach

  In light of the very sad news that the FDA has permanently lifted restrictions on “abortion pills by mail,”  I am sharing again a blog first published on our site in January, 2019.  Joe Bissonnette’s blog rightly focuses on the developing baby. But this...
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