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June 15, 2021
Texas high schooler Paxton Smith gave a surprise valedictorian’s address at her high school’s graduation reacting to the state’s attempt to restrict abortion. She said she needed access to abortion to accomplish her goals. Without it, she was “terrified.” Jacqueline Abernathy, once an ambitious high school star herself, explains why she’s so wrong.   “I
December 30, 2020
There is so much bad faith and general dishonesty in public discourse over contentious issues, and particularly when people argue about abortion, that it is refreshing when someone tells the unvarnished truth about what they believe. This happened in the white-hot abortion debate in Argentina, which ended last night as the nation’s senate approved a
October 13, 2016
The simple clash between pro-choice and pro-life camps is giving way to a more complex but no less ferocious struggle
October 11, 2016
Tougher abortion laws in Poland were voted down after 100,000 women staged pro-choice protests
May 20, 2016
The latest statistics show the faulty logic of the pro-abortion argument
October 28, 2014
On Tuesday will see a debate in the House of Commons over the Abortion (Sex Selection) Bill, which seeks to clarify the law
July 01, 2014
The US Supreme Court has ruled that pro-life advocates are entitled to stand outside abortion clinics
September 13, 2011
Francis Phillips wonders if pro-abortion activists have thought through the consequences of their views
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