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This Pro-Choice Statement Went Viral but One Question Shuts It Down

A few weeks ago, a really smart comedian broke the internet with a really intense hypothetical scenario that went something like this: You’re in a fertility clinic that’s on fire. You stumble into a room with a five-year-old little boy and a container filled with 1,000 embryos. You can only save one. Which do you […]

NFL Star Loses Son Hours Before His Game—Honors Him With an Incredible Post

San Francisco 49er Marquis Goodwin shared this beautiful and heartbreaking photo this past weekend. His post on Instagram shares that his son, who was born prematurely, tragically passed away. He shared, “I just wanna thank those who’ve genuinely prayed for @morganakamomo & myself through out this pregnancy. Unfortunately we lost our baby boy due to […]

Pro-Choicers Don’t Want Women to Know What Causes Breast Cancer

The New York Times published an op-ed by Rossalyn Warren on Friday lamenting the fact that Facebook is riddled with “fake” accounts promoting “fake news” and Warren wants Facebook to do something about it. The “fake” news in question? The articles published by the likes of Live Action, LifeSiteNews, and others in the pro-life movement. […]

Sandra Bullock Will Star as the “Abortion Barbie” in a New Pro-Choice Film

These days it’s hard to find a space in which Hollywood isn’t trying to push their political agenda, especially regarding the issue of abortion. Actress Sandra Bullock has largely managed to stay out of the political sphere, but unfortunately, those days are over. Last Thursday, news was announced that Bullock will play the former pro-abortion senator, […]

Record 21 Week Premature Birth Shows the Value of Life in the Womb

When we argue about pro-life vs. pro-choice it can be easy  to lose sight of what we’re even arguing about. It’s so easy to want to be right that winning becomes more important than knowledge. We forget the people we are even “fighting” for. That’s why I love this story. It reminds me that there […]