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New and Noteworthy


  • The Roe Poll: What Americans Really Think About Roe v. Wade
    by HFRC



    Is Roe v. Wade a "super, duper precedent"?
    by HFRC


    A brief explanation of Roe v. Wade
    by HFRC

    A brief overview of which abortions are permitted by the Supreme Court as dictated by Roe v. Wade. Also included is a summary of what the law was prior to Roe and the number of states that rejected efforts to remove protections for unborn children and their mothers.

    “Not Even a Comedy Like ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Can Make Abortion Seem Normal
     by Nicole Russell,

    The Federalist,
    November 18, 2016


    This article is an analysis of, and perhaps a warning about, the cultural acceptance and normalization of abortion as a solution to social and economic problems. A link to the show itself is also included.

Profound Points

Image result for ignazio silone Every one of us is given the gift of life, and what a strange gift it is.  If it is preserved jealously and selfishly, it impoverishes and saddens.  But if it is spent for others, it enriches and beautifies." 

Ignazio Silone


Video of the Week

Mother Asked Why She Didn't Have Abortion, Answer
Touches Hearts of Her Critics - Erika Kurre



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