Top Posts 2017, Part 2: a Hard-Fought Victory

Part one is at this link. Here are the blog’s top five posts, measured by number of views. We’ll do it like a pageant…runners-up first, ending with the winner. #5: New Hampshire House Approves Fetal Homicide Bill Not to put any spoilers in here, but SB 66 – the fetal homicide bill – was the… Read More Top Posts 2017, Part 2: a Hard-Fought Victory

Top posts 2017, part 1: Marching for Life; Legislative Disappointment

Leaven for the Loaf’s most popular posts for 2017 are heavy on State House action, reflecting an eventful year. But wait – there’s more. Here’s a review of five of the ten most-viewed posts from 2017. Watch for the top five later this week. New Hampshire March for Life Gallery January’s March for Life in… Read More Top posts 2017, part 1: Marching for Life; Legislative Disappointment

Ventriloquists at Work: Hartford Goes After Pro-life Pregnancy Help Center

This is a ventriloquist’s dummy. You can make it say anything you want. This is a pregnancy help center. The Hartford, Connecticut City Council is trying to treat it like a dummy. A newly-passed Hartford ordinance would require the Hartford Women’s Center, operated by St. Gerard’s Center for Life, to post certain language to address… Read More Ventriloquists at Work: Hartford Goes After Pro-life Pregnancy Help Center

From ATTWN: Sidewalk Advocacy, Through the Eyes of the Workers

And Then There Were None has just released its latest short video, and you’re encouraged to share it on whatever platforms you use. Here, a few former abortion industry workers share their thoughts on what pro-life witness looked like to them from inside their clinics. Some approaches were more effective than others, which is no… Read More From ATTWN: Sidewalk Advocacy, Through the Eyes of the Workers