The pro-choice side becomes enraged when pictures of aborted babies are shown. But if the unborn aren’t living human beings, and if legalized abortion is such a positive thing for women, then these people should have no fear of these images.
Do you hate the terms “feminine hygiene products” and “sanitary napkins”? If so, we have “good” news for you. In this episode, we discuss New York’s quest for “menstrual equity” (whatever that means) and other very real outrageous news.
The pro-choice side likes to argue that prohibitions against abortion are just “forced motherhood.” Watch to see why this argument is a lie…
The abortion lobby says that the pro-life movement is hypocritical for supporting the death penalty.
Any time we sit down with abortion apologists in some starry-eyed quest for common ground, all we do is give the impression that even we believe their position has some moral validity.
Some people claim that they can be pro-choice and Christian at the same time. That is nonsense.
The pro-choice mob knows that they can’t defend the morality of abortion, so they push this absurd idea that the issue is not whether abortion is right or wrong, but who decides — the woman or the state?
The abortion lobby tries to lure doctors, pharmacists, pharmaceutical companies, and drug store chains into getting involved with abortion pills by subtly implying that the chemical abortion business is not as sleazy as the regular abortion business. These people can sugar coat it all they want to, but when one of these human pesticides is used to poison an unborn child, every person involved becomes an abortionist.
Abortion defenders say that the real issue is not abortion, but whether we trust women. This is, of course, pure idiocy.
For the last week, countless articles and videos have emerged discussing Britney Spears’ secret abortion. We discuss the facts and details the media – and the abortion lobby – hopes goes unnoticed, as well as their surprising admission that men benefit from legalized abortion. Perhaps the most tone deaf question they are now asking is, “where are all the pro-choice men?”