A reporter who did her job

I’m indebted to Karen Testerman and TheGosnellMovie.com for reminding me of this anniversary: two years ago today, journalist Kirsten Powers called out her professional colleagues for their silence about the crimes of Kermit Gosnell. She effectively shamed major news organizations into covering the trial of an abortionist from whose activities they would have preferred to… Read More A reporter who did her job

Mollie Hemingway on Democrats, the abortion lobby, and the human trafficking bill

Worth reading in full: Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist writes about how the human trafficking filibuster proves that the abortion lobby controls Democrats.  It doesn’t paint a pretty picture of what goes on in Washington. I wrote a few days ago about how New Hampshire’s senators split on the human trafficking bill. Hemingway describes the alarming speed… Read More Mollie Hemingway on Democrats, the abortion lobby, and the human trafficking bill

“The co-founder of NARAL says stop the killing.”

If you can read only one online post today, click away from mine onto this one: “Terry Beatley fulfills promise to former abortion doctor.”   Beatley is a woman whose pro-life journey has taken her to some interesting places, including a face-to-face meeting with Dr. Bernard Nathanson in 2009. Nathanson co-founded the abortion advocacy group NARAL,… Read More “The co-founder of NARAL says stop the killing.”

NH CD2: Kuster uses graveyard theme to accept pro-abortion group’s endorsement; pro-life women speak out for Garcia

Call this a tale of two press conferences. This week, a pair of endorsements came out in the Second Congressional District race between incumbent Ann Kuster and challenger Marilinda Garcia. Quite a contrast. Kuster stands in front of symbol of death to accept abortion advocates’ endorsement NARAL-NH has endorsed Ann Kuster for re-election. That was… Read More NH CD2: Kuster uses graveyard theme to accept pro-abortion group’s endorsement; pro-life women speak out for Garcia

“We’re on a crusade”: the Rideout family leads the charge for Griffin’s Law

Rep. Leon Rideout was more than a colleague when he spoke yesterday to the New Hampshire House’s Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee. He spoke as a grandfather whose grandson Griffin died shortly after his premature birth triggered by an auto collision – and who in the eyes of the law was no victim at… Read More “We’re on a crusade”: the Rideout family leads the charge for Griffin’s Law

Basic Books: Bernard Nathanson’s Story

Aborting America, by Bernard Nathanson, M.D. (Life Cycle Books, 1979): check your local library. Check your church’s bookshelf. Check Amazon. This one is hard to find, but it is worth the search. Nathanson is not just a man who left the abortion industry. He was a doctor who helped create the American abortion industry as we know… Read More Basic Books: Bernard Nathanson’s Story