Why do women choose to have an abortion? According to Guttmacher, the pro-abortion former research arm of Planned Parenthood, the reasons are largely socioeconomic. Women are scared of being responsible for another human being, they are scared they cannot afford to raise a child, and they are scared that having a baby will interfere withRead more

Photo courtesy: Pixabay/Public Domain Georgia’s abortion rate has declined more than 18 percent over the last 23 years, even as the state’s population has increased, according to state public health statistics reviewed by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The 2017 rate—determined by the number of abortions per 1,000 females between the age of 10Read more

Abortion is wrong primarily because it kills a unique human being, an unborn baby before birth. And science clearly says that human life begins at conception. Over the years scientific textbooks have made it clear that human life begins at the point of fertilization, when human sperm meets human egg: “HumanRead more

The pro-life group And Then There Were None held a webcast in which former abortion workers told their stories. Former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson asked Adrienne Moton, who once worked for Philadelphia “House of Horrors” abortionist Kermit Gosnell, whether women ever came in for repeat abortions. Moton responded: Oh yes. To the point where we’reRead more

July 22, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Approximately 15.8 million girls have been selectively aborted in India since 1990, the Population Research Institute (PRI) finds. The figure is higher than previous estimates, indicating that the practice of sex-selective abortion in India may be greater than commonly believed.  PRI’s new report Sex-Selective Abortion in India providesRead more