28 of the Best March for Life Signs

28 of the Best March for Life Signs

The Daily Signal reporters and staffers from The Heritage Foundation are on the ground for the 50th annual March for Life, and they’re sending in some of the best signs from the first march to take place since the Supreme Court overturned its infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision last June. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of the Heritage Foundation.)

Americans across the country traveled to the nation’s capital to register their protest of the killing of thousands of babies at the hands of the abortion industry. While the Supreme Court has invalidated the finding in Roe that the Constitution enshrines a right to abortion, opening up the issue to regulation in the 50 states, marchers demand that Congress act to limit or abolish the intentional killing of babies in the womb.

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100,000 Pro-Life Americans March for Life, Celebrate Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade

100,000 Pro-Life Americans March for Life, Celebrate Supreme Court Overturning Roe v. Wade

A new enthusiasm for saving lives filled the March for Life on Friday in Washington, D.C. where a huge crowd gathered to celebrate the end of Roe v. Wade.

This January marked the 50th year since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe and forced states to legalize the killing of unborn babies in abortions. In June, however, the high court reversed its infamous decision and began allowing states to protect unborn babies’ lives again.

Reflecting on this year’s historic march, Carol Tobias, president of National Right to Life, said the pro-life movement has huge new opportunities to protect innocent human lives through education and legislation.

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Pro-life Democrat from Connecticut slams abortion industry’s racism at March for Life

Pro-life Democrat from Connecticut slams abortion industry’s racism at March for Life

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Pro-life Democrat Treneé McGee, a state representative in Connecticut, spoke at the 50th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. on Friday, calling out the abortion industry for its racist roots that continue still spread today.

“To Fannie Lou Hamer and the Black women of the movement, your work to educate our community was not in vain. Your knowledge and insight into the systemically racist abortion industry is being exposed. Your ‘no’ to Margaret Sanger the day she came to your doors and told you to abort your children will be heard around the world,” said McGee. “The younger generation of Black, Latina, Indigenous, and women of color are taking our rightful place to expose the mass genocide of our children and the stain of blood across the movement that says its standing to protect us.”

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Pro-Life Leaders See First Post-Roe March for Life as Beginning New Era of Education and Advocacy

Pro-Life Leaders See First Post-Roe March for Life as Beginning New Era of Education and Advocacy

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Lauretta Brown
The pro-life contingent continues to be strong post-Roe, as the March for Life 2023 attests.

The 2023 gathering shifted focus to state laws, empowering women, and continued outreach on the federal level.

This article was originally published in The Daily Register. Click here to read the Original Article

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Biden Tells Judge “Public Will be Harmed” if We Can’t Kill Babies With Abortion Pills

Biden Tells Judge “Public Will be Harmed” if We Can’t Kill Babies With Abortion Pills

The Biden administration told a federal judge today that the public would be harmed if babies can’t be killed with dangerous aboriton pills.

A group of doctors and medical associations are challenging the federal government’s decision to approve dangerous abortion drugs in a new lawsuit, saying authorities skirted the process and put patients’ lives at risk.

In the lawsuit from the Alliance Defending Freedom, the doctors said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration “illegally” prioritized abortion politics over science and patients’ health when it approved the abortion drugs mifepristone and misoprostol in 2000.

These drugs now are used to abort more than half of all unborn babies in the U.S.

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Premature Baby Born at 23 Weeks Defies the Odds, Celebrates His First Birthday

Premature Baby Born at 23 Weeks Defies the Odds, Celebrates His First Birthday

A micro-preemie born at just 23 weeks gestation has just celebrated his first birthday after spending 155 days in hospital and defying all the odds.

Baby Amandi was born on 10 January 2022, weighing only 1lb 5oz in Austin, Texas. He was born a week before the abortion limit in the UK and doctors thought that he only had about a 10% chance of survival.

His parents, Tolulope Omokore and Patrick Allen, were expecting twins but sadly, in January 2022, when Tolulope was a little over 22 weeks pregnant, she started to bleed. She went into hospital and discovered that one of her twins, who she named Asaiah had died in utero.

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Canada leads the world in organ donation after euthanasia.

Canada leads the world in organ donation after euthanasia.

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Alex Schadenberg
Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

Reporter, Marnie Cathcart, wrote a commentary on a recent study published in the American Journal of Transplantation on increasing trend of organ donation after euthanasia. Cathcart was published by the Epoch Times on January 17, 2023. Cathcart wrote:

Canadian patients who opt for euthanasia provide more transplant organs than any other country globally that allows physician-assisted suicide, according to the first international review of medical assistance in dying (MAID).

Patients in Canada who decide to end their lives with physician help also contributed to almost half of the world’s documented organ transplants occurring after euthanasia.

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Poll Shows 69% of Americans Want Abortions Banned or Limited

Poll Shows 69% of Americans Want Abortions Banned or Limited

A new Marist College poll finds 69% of Americans want abortions banned or limited.

The poll found almost half of Americans support abortion bans and almost 70% of Americans want to ban late-term abortions.

“Nearly 7 in 10 Americans believe abortion should be limited,” Dr. Barbara L. Carvalho, Director of the Marist Poll, said in a statement Wednesday. “After a year of contentious public debate over the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision, the results are comparable to the findings of a Knights of Columbus–Marist Poll conducted last January.”

The poll also found that support for abortion bans and limiting abortion has increased from June 2022 – when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v.

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New Marist poll: 91% of Americans affirm pro-life pregnancy centers

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The January 2023 Knights of Columbus-Marist Poll has revealed that a whopping 91% of Americans support the existence of pregnancy resource centers, which offer resources to women during pregnancy and after their babies are born. These centers have been attacked by abortion advocates who seem to see them as a threat to abortion businesses.

In May 2022, the draft of the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization was leaked and indicated that the court would overturn Roe v. Wade. This news led to a slew of physical and political attacks against pro-life organizations and churches that continued well after the official decision to end Roe was handed down on June 24.

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Amid Biden’s Abortion Push, Pro-Lifers in New Congress Face Challenge of Defending Life in a Post-Roe Climate

Amid Biden’s Abortion Push, Pro-Lifers in New Congress Face Challenge of Defending Life in a Post-Roe Climate

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Saul Loeb
The pro-life community from across the country takes place in the annual March for Life passing by the US Capitol in Washington, DC on January 18, 2019.

Speaking with the Register, the House and Senate pro-life caucus chairs discuss how they are seeking to advance the pro-life cause in 2023’s changed political and legal context.

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Who is Tony Dungy, the NFL Hall of Fame Coach Speaking at the March for Life?

Who is Tony Dungy, the NFL Hall of Fame Coach Speaking at the March for Life?

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Super Bowl Coach and Hall of Famer Tony Dungy is scheduled to speak at the 50th March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 20, 2023.

When he is interviewed about his 13 years of experience as a head coach at the highest level of football, Coach Dungy often makes it clear that his faith in Christ has been the primary driving factor of both his life off and on the field.

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Maine Gov. Janet Mills Wants to Legalize Abortions Up to Birth

Maine Gov. Janet Mills Wants to Legalize Abortions Up to Birth

Maine Gov. Janet Mills voiced her support Tuesday for legislation to allow viable, late-term unborn babies to be aborted in her state.

The Bangor Daily News reports Mills and state Democrat leaders revealed their plans to expand abortions during a press conference Tuesday, including the late-term abortion bill.

Currently, abortions are legal up to 24 weeks in Maine, but pro-abortion Democrats control the state legislature and they want to expand the life-destroying practice even more in the coming months.

One bill that has Mills’ support would allow unborn babies to be aborted through all nine months of pregnancy if a doctor says the abortion is medically necessary, according to the report.

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Pro-life Democrat from Connecticut slams abortion industry’s racism at March for Life

Trial for sidewalk counselor raided by the FBI set to begin this month

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The trial for Mark Houck, a pro-life sidewalk counselor whose home was raided by the FBI last year, will begin on January 24th in Philadelphia, according to a press release from the Thomas More Society.

Last September, FBI agents dressed in tactical gear reportedly raided Houck’s home early in the morning, in front of his wife and children. “He opened the door with hands up, and had AR-15s in his face,” family friend and spokesman Brian Middleton said at the time, which left his children “crying and screaming” and “traumatized.”

Houck maintained a regular presence outside a Planned Parenthood facility in Philadelphia as a sidewalk counselor, and in October of 2021, this led to an altercation with an abortion facility escort.

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House Republicans Introduce Resolution Condemning Pro-Abortion Violence at Pregnancy Centers

House Republicans Introduce Resolution Condemning Pro-Abortion Violence at Pregnancy Centers

Months after the Democrat-controlled U.S. House refused to condemn the wave of violence directed at pro-life advocates, the new House Republican leaders introduced a resolution Tuesday to do just that.

U.S. Reps. Chris Smith, R-New Jersey, and Mike Johnson, R-Louisiana, led more than 100 co-sponsors in calling on House lawmakers to pass the resolution, which condemns the violence and urges the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the violence in the wake of the Dobbs v. Jackson leak and ruling.

“Since there has been ZERO accountability for the leaked opinion and ensuing violence, we are making the position of Congress crystal clear: Violence, property damage and threats MUST be condemned, and these clear violations of federal and state laws MUST be prosecuted,” Johnson wrote on Twitter.

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Pro-life Democrat from Connecticut slams abortion industry’s racism at March for Life

U.S. House to vote on Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act

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The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to vote Wednesday on HR 26, the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, which would secure medical protections for any infant who survives an attempted abortion.

Congresswoman Ann Wagner, the bill’s sponsor, said in a press release, “All children should have the right to receive lifesaving care, especially those who survive an abortion. The Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act will provide commonsense protections for innocent children and their mothers and will ensure all babies receive the essential care they need at an incredibly vulnerable moment. It pains me that this fight has to be fought at all, but medical care for babies should not be a partisan issue.”

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Pope Benedict XVI’s Greatest Work May Not Be What You Think

Pope Benedict XVI’s Greatest Work May Not Be What You Think

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Christophe Simon
Pope Benedict XVI waves to faithful upon arrival for his weekly general audience on April 6, 2011, at St. Peter’s Square. The Holy Father presented his catechesis on St. Thérèse of Lisieux.

COMMENTARY: The corpus of Benedict’s general audiences stand as a witness to his catechetical mastery.

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Idaho Supreme Court Confirms There’s No Right to Abortion

Idaho Supreme Court Confirms There’s No Right to Abortion

In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court held in June that the U.S. Constitution “does not confer a right to abortion” and, therefore, abortion advocates will be challenging pro-life laws in state courts under state constitutions.

On Thursday, the Idaho Supreme Court upheld that state’s ban on abortion, holding that “we cannot read a fundamental right to abortion into the text of the Idaho Constitution.” (On the same day, the South Carolina Supreme Court came to the opposite conclusion about that state’s constitution.)

Idaho first made abortion a crime in 1864, when it was still a territory, and enacted many laws protecting the unborn since then, including new abortions bans in 2020 and 2021.

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Viral Story Claimed Woman Needed Abortion to Save Her Life, But the Claim Was False

Viral Story Claimed Woman Needed Abortion to Save Her Life, But the Claim Was False

The lies about pro-life laws putting women’s lives at risk are being exposed in a court case in Malta this month.

The small European country protects unborn babies by banning elective abortions, and has one of the lowest maternal mortality rates in the world, according to the Times of Malta.

Last year, however, Malta became the target of international news outrage after an American woman who was visiting the country accused its doctors of putting her life at risk by refusing to abort her unborn baby when she suffered pregnancy complications. The woman, Andrea Prudente, a United States citizen, traveled to Spain for an abortion and later sued Malta for allegedly jeopardizing her life.

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Baby Born at 23 Weeks and Given 5% Chance of Surviving Just Celebrated His 3rd Birthday

Baby Born at 23 Weeks and Given 5% Chance of Surviving Just Celebrated His 3rd Birthday

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When Jase-James McCready Rogers was born prematurely weighing only 1 pound, doctors told his parents that his chance of survival was only about 5 percent.

But the Lancashire, England boy did survive and overcame many obstacles in the months after his birth. This week, he celebrated his third birthday, The Blackpool Gazette reports.

“Jase still has his difficulties and we always knew that he would, like any child born so premature. But when you think what he has been through, he’s doing really well,” his mother, Leah Rogers, told the newspaper.

In early January 2020, Rogers said she began to experience symptoms of miscarrying and rushed to the hospital.

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Florida Offers License Plates to Support People With Down Syndrome

Florida Offers License Plates to Support People With Down Syndrome

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Tallahassee mother Hope Chinchak wants to create a better world for people with Down syndrome.

Almost four years ago, she and her husband created Our City Beautiful, an organization to raise awareness and support for people with Down syndrome – like their two sonsaccording to Fox 13 News.

“Down syndrome is the most commonly reoccurring genetic anomaly among people,” Chinchak told the news outlet. “It occurs roughly in one in every 700 births throughout the United States.”

A few months ago, the organization celebrated a victory when the state legislature approved one of their projects: specialty license plates that celebrate the value of people with Down syndrome.

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Former Pussycat Dolls Singer Deeply Regrets Her Abortions: I Ask for Forgiveness From God

Former Pussycat Dolls Singer Deeply Regrets Her Abortions: I Ask for Forgiveness From God

Former Pussycat Dolls lead singer Kaya Jones opened up about her abortions for the first time this week, sharing about the forgiveness that she found in God after suffering a “train of trauma.”

Jones, the lead singer of the Pussycat Dolls from 2003 to 2004, began speaking out against abortion several years ago. This week on Christine Yeargin’s “Speak Out” podcast, sponsored by Students for Life, she explained why: She had three herself and she deeply regrets them.

“You will regret it your whole life,” she said of her three abortions. “Even if I become a mother tomorrow, and I’m happily married and all is well, I’m still going to regret the three children I did not have.”

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’60 Minutes’ examines medically unexplainable miracles of Lourdes

’60 Minutes’ examines medically unexplainable miracles of Lourdes

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Bill Whitaker interviews Sr. Bernadette Moriau, who recalls how it felt when she experienced what has been recognized as a genuine miracle.

’60 Minutes’ examines medically unexplainable miracles of Lourdes

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Democrats’ Omnibus Bill Gives Planned Parenthood 6 Million After It Killed 383,000 Babies

Democrats’ Omnibus Bill Gives Planned Parenthood $286 Million After It Killed 383,000 Babies

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The massive full-year government funding bill that Democrats have proposed contains a huge gift of taxpayer funds for the nation’s largest abortion business.

The bill still must be passed by the House and Senate and signed by Joe Biden, but the expectation is that a measure will eventually get to his desk over Republican objections and that the Planned Parenthood funding will remain intact.

As pro-life Congressman Dan Bishop pointed out on Twitter, the bill contains over $296 million for the abortion giant.

That is a huge chunk of change for an abortion business that is already raking in the dough hand over fist.

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They Said Women Would Die if Roe Was Overturned. Six Months Later No Women Have Died

They Said Women Would Die if Roe Was Overturned. Six Months Later No Women Have Died

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Most Americans are worried these days about inflation, their life savings, crime, open borders and education. But for some, the issue of abortion looms large.

“Hysteria” is the only word that accurately describes what some champions of abortion are saying. Why the sky hasn’t fallen is a mystery. Here are some examples.

During a conference this fall, Vice President Kamala Harris opened her remarks at the Nate Holden Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles by noting “when I’m traveling around the country, one of the feelings that I hear most is fear. It’s fear.” She later said, “there’s a lot of fear.”

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