Pro-Life Advocate Carol Tobias Talks About the #1 Pro-Life Goal in 2018 and How to Stop Abortion

National   Indya Rennie   Feb 23, 2018   |   7:24PM    Washington, DC

From North Dakota to Washington D.C., Carol Tobias has been defending life since her childhood. Now the president of the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), Tobias is a leading advocate for laws in both state and federal legislatures that defend the unborn. NRLC is one of the oldest and largest pro-life organizations in the United States.

In an interview Thursday with LifeNews, Tobias explained her personal journey in the pro-life movement, including her connection to former NRLC president Mildred Jefferson, who made history in the United States as the first African American woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School. Tobias also discussed the goals of NRLC for 2018.

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Abortion Activists Put Up Giant, Glowing Uterus Sign in Downtown Hollywood

Opinion   Indya Rennie   Feb 28, 2018   |   11:39AM    Washington, DC

Whatever happened to “the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world?”

The cradle in a woman’s body, designed to nurture the world’s future leaders for nine months, is artistically depicted on a sign in West Hollywood, LA Magazine reports. The artwork, a neon sculpture of a uterus with fiberglass boxing gloves substituted for ovaries, was unveiled on Feb. 27 and will be lit for a year.

But the artist, Zoë Buckman, isn’t interested in ruling the world. Instead, she settles for the idea of ruling her own body.

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Former NFL Player Seeks Custody of Disabled Son He Tried to Kill Before Birth

National   Indya Rennie   Feb 23, 2018   |   4:29PM    Charlotte, NC

Saundra Adams’ wish to have her grandson Chancellor get to know his incarcerated father may come true, but not in the way that she expected.

After 18 years of denial, former NFL player Rae Carruth finally apologized in a letter for initiating the murder of his then-pregnant girlfriend, Cherica Adams, reports. He now wants custody of his son, Chancellor, who has cerebral palsy because of the murder and his traumatic birth, according to the report.

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South Koreans Gather 1 Million Signatures to Keep Abortion Illegal as Winter Olympics Captivate the World

International   Indya Rennie   Feb 23, 2018   |   1:44PM    Seoul, South Korea

Abortion activists gathered about 230,000 signatures calling for the legalization of abortion in South Korea, but the South Korean Catholic Church submitted a 1,005,000-name petition on Feb. 12 in response.

There has been a move to repeal South Korea’s 59-year ban on abortions in response to the rising number of single mothers in their modernizing society, UCA news reports.

UCA previously reported the South Korean government was compelled by law to issue an official statement when more than 200,000 names were submitted to the presidential homepage on Oct. 29 calling for the law to be abolished.

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City Honors Pro-Life Leader Dr. Mildred Jefferson, First Black Woman to Graduate From Harvard Medical School

State   Indya Rennie   Feb 21, 2018   |   12:52PM    Carthage, Texas

As Black History Month ends, a Texas community prepares to honor Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson, an African-American woman who fought tenaciously for the unborn.

Jefferson served as the president of the National Right to Life Committee, one of the largest pro-life groups in the United States, and was the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School.

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Activists Complain Pregnancy Centers Do Better Reaching Women on Google Than Abortion Clinics

National   Indya Rennie   Feb 16, 2018   |   3:35PM    Washington, DC

Abortion advocates are alarmed at the range of choices that Google searches display for women seeking abortions.

Robin Marty, writing for, reported Feb. 12 that a Google search for nearby abortion clinics yields results for mostly pro-life pregnancy help centers.

Initially, pregnancy centers bought ads on Google to have their results appear first when pregnant women are searching for options, Marty reported. However, when NARAL Pro-Choice America complained, Google removed the ads.

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Planned Parenthood Valentine’s Day Prank

National   Indya Rennie   Feb 14, 2018   |   2:08PM    Washington, DC

Planned Parenthood’s Valentine’s Day prank demonstrates just how devoid the organization is of true love.

To spite United States Vice President Mike Pence and re-enact a previous prank, Planned Parenthood released a call this Valentine’s Day to donate to their abortion group in Pence’s name, the Federalist reports.

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Doctor Offered to “Get Rid of Pregnancy” if Tests Showed a Girl

International   Indya Rennie   Feb 9, 2018   |   12:21PM    Gurugram, India

It is ironic that the abortion industry, which claims to be liberating women, is zealously killing them before they are born.

A gynecologist in Gurugram, India allegedly was caught contributing to India’s gender imbalance problem by illegally offering to provide sex selection abortions for unborn baby girls.

The doctor was exposed after interacting with a Matiala resident who was taking his brother-in-law’s pregnant wife to the doctor’s clinic, Medical Dialogues reports. The 30-year-old mother also has a 12-year-old daughter and had undergone two previous miscarriages.

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Woman 14 Weeks Pregnant Killed, But Maryland Says Her Unborn Baby Isn’t a Human Being

State   Indya Rennie   Feb 2, 2018   |   1:40PM    Annapolis, MD

Two Maryland legislators introduced the Laura and Reid’s Law this week to demand justice for unborn babies who are victims of homicide at all developmental stages.

The Sentinel reports the introduction of the bill that would amend Section 2-103 of Maryland criminal law to allow prosecution for an unborn child who died as a result of violence against the mother.

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Doctor Declared Her Brain Dead, but She is Still Alive…

National   Indya Rennie   Feb 7, 2018   |   1:00PM    Washington, DC

Whether miraculously resurrected or incorrectly pronounced dead, Jahi McMath’s fate now rests in the hands of a California jury.

WND reports the outcome of the trial could determine whether the teen may return home to California for her continued medical care. She currently is receiving care at a hospital in New Jersey.

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