Coerced Abortion

Posted on April 16, 2024 By

  by Sarah Terzo An Attempt to Ban Coerced Abortion A bill passed in Kansas would’ve made coerced abortion a crime, had it not been vetoed. Bill 2436 banned: Threatening to harm or physically restrain an individual or the creation or execution of any scheme, plan, or pattern intended to cause an individual to believe…


How Caring for the Earth Fits into the Consistent Life Ethic

Posted on April 9, 2024 By

by Christina Yao Pelliccioni I was in high school the first time I realized that what humans are doing to the environment is affecting the most vulnerable among us. I went to an environmental conference at another high school, willing to do anything I could to go on an extra field trip. Looking back on…


Resilient Rigidity

Posted on March 26, 2024 By

by Rachel MacNair Debate and Switch on a Comedy Show Jimmy Kimmel is a late-night comedian who frequently has innovative person-in-the-street interviews with questions or approaches others may not have thought of. Recently, he had a 4-minute segment where people known to be Trump supporters were asked what they thought of Joe Biden making a…


Maryland March for Life 2024

Posted on March 19, 2024 By

by Christina Yao Pelliccioni On Monday, March 11, Maryland had its annual March for Life. It was the first time I had gone since COVID started, and the first time I brought my husband and son along. In fact, it was the first time I had gone since I had gotten married or had a…


Kate Cox and D&E Abortion

Posted on March 5, 2024 By

by Sarah Terzo This is Part 2 of 2.  Part 1 last week covered children with Trisonomy 18.  Kate Cox, who was pregnant with a baby with Trisomy 18, sued the state of Texas to obtain a legal abortion. Many media outlets covered her story. Cox demanded a Dilation & Evacuation, or D&E abortion. She…


Kate Cox and Stories of Trisomy 18

Posted on February 27, 2024 By

by Sarah Terzo This is Part 1 of 2. We will run Part 2 next week, explaining what a D & E abortion entails as the proposed alternative to giving birth.  Kate Cox sued Texas for permission to abort her baby, who had Trisomy 18. Cox’s doctor told  her that her baby was “incompatible with…


Testimony Opposing the End-of-Life Options Act

Posted on February 20, 2024 By

Tom Taylor recently offered this testimony in opposition to the End-of-Life Option Act (HB403/SB443) in the U.S. state of Maryland   This legislation puts Maryland’s most vulnerable populations at risk – including individuals with disabilities, minorities, those experiencing poverty, individuals being treated for or having a history of mental illness, our veterans, and those suffering…


Creating a Loophole on the Life of the Mother Exception

Posted on February 13, 2024 By

by Sarah Terzo Pro-Lifers and Abortions to Save the Mother’s Life Mainstream media outlets are full of stories about pregnant people whose lives are endangered by their pregnancy and need an abortion. Individual cases vary, and there are legitimate cases where a person’s life can be endangered by a pregnancy. Many times, premature delivery instead…


The Safety of Incredibly Dangerous Things

Posted on February 6, 2024 By

by Rachel MacNair   A common method used to try to justify violence is to make comparisons to innocent-sounding things, saying that the violence being justified is actually safer than things that people don’t normally fear much. Here are three examples Nuclear Weapons and Radiation In my youth, when we were opposing nuclear weapons as…


Racism and Planned Parenthood: Documentation

Posted on January 23, 2024 By

compiled by Rachel MacNair More documentation, including the court documents for individual lawsuits, can be found at Problems at Planned Parenthood. That website has an index page for specific problems – in addition to racism, there are health code violation documents, malpractice suits, 911 calls, sexual abuse, employee rights, etc. Planned Parenthood itself offers detailed…