Last week Planned Parenthood released its 2019-2020 Annual Report. While it shows the expected increase in abortion procedures and their perpetual “3% of services are abortion” lie, there are some interesting trends and unexpected omissions within its pages. So, buckle up as we explore the 
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Jane Muldoon, former president and executive director of Right to Life of Michigan, passed away on Saturday, February 6. Jane was born in Florida on August 13, 1927. Family brought Jane to Michigan, when her late husband Jim took a job as a surgeon in 
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Last week, President Joe Biden followed through on his campaign promise and rescinded the Mexico City Policy. Like clockwork, the policy appears in the news every four or eight years as it goes into and out of effect with each administration. Most people can identify 
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If one had to consider a date other than the Sunday nearest January 22—the date of the Supreme Court’s infamous Roe v. Wade decision—what better day to remember life and sacrificial love than February 14? Valentine Day, or more properly St. Valentine’s Day, remembers more 
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The main argument abortion supporters have for getting rid of the Hyde Amendment and forcing the prolife half of the country to pay for abortions with their tax dollars is that it’s unfair that poor women have to pay for abortions. For a moment, let’s 
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In the year 1596, William Shakespeare penned one of the most well-known phrases in literature, “the truth will out.” The idea that the truth will eventually become known—no matter how desperately it is suppressed or how convincingly it is hidden—is central to the idea of 
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A characteristic of the New Testament epistles and the varied authors who wrote them is the idea of encouragement, the message of “press on” though everything around you may fall apart: “press on.” This idea of encouragement is something everyone needs in life, especially coming 
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(***UPDATED 3/1/2021) The rumor mill has been working overtime since the announcements of the apparent incredibly fast success of Project Warp Speed and possible COVID-19 vaccines. Many prolife people are rightfully concerned about using any vaccination that is not ethically created and are wondering if 
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The month of November ushers in the beginning of the holiday season. It is a time when the nation remembers the precious gift of family and celebrates the joy that comes with spending time together. It is therefore fitting that November is also National Adoption 
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Of the many things 2020 has emphasized, one is that the country is closely divided culturally, but the culture of media and Big Tech is not. As the prolife movement plans ahead for 2021 and 2022, sadly, how to address censorship is a part of 
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