The left always is always lecturing the rest of us to “follow the science.” But somehow, when the abortion issue comes up, all of a sudden science is off the table.
The abortion lobby says that their doctors don’t do abortions for the money since there is more money in delivering babies than doing abortions. But that’s irrelevant. See why…
Abortion defenders say that the pro-life movement is hypocritical for opposing sex education since it would reduce the abortion rate. They are lying.
According to those who support abortion, abortion is about as risky as a manicure, but pregnancy and childbirth is a mine field from which women rarely come out alive.
As Life Dynamics president, Mark Crutcher, always said, to understand the abortion issue just follow the money! In this week’s episode, we follow the money and expose how it is all about the Benjamins!
The abortion lobby says that women almost never regret their abortions. It’s a lie they tell to make abortion seem less disgusting.
The fact is, the church’s attitude toward the pro-life movement often ranges from cold indifference to open hostility, and it’s not hard to see where this attitude comes from.
The pro-choice side argues that abortions often allow women to have successful careers that they could not have had if they were saddled with a baby. And if their point is that it’s possible to profit from killing other people, they’re right. In fact, it happens all the time. But is that really a justification for the intentional killing of another human being?
From shoving an abortion mandate into a law designed to protect pregnant women, to the weaponization of FACE, and the dramatic difference in the way to two killers were charged for the murder of babies – the news reveals what happens when governments switch from protecting life to protecting abortion.
The pro-life movement is often attacked for opposing fetal tissue research and embryonic stem cell research when it might save so many lives. But the truth is, we have never opposed any kind of responsible medical research.