The latest pro-life news (07/01/19)


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From Pro-Life Wisconsin:

From WI Right To Life:


Democratic Candidates Showcase Their Abortion Extremism on Debate Stage

The Pro-life group March for Life Action aired ads last week on MSNBC ahead of the Democratic primary debate last week — arguing that there is a pro-life “consensus” among Americans, including Democrats, on the question of abortion. Take a look.

No, not all women support abortion

A dad prayed his daughter would be healed or die. Now he praises a ‘third option’

What I Learned About Pro-Life Women After I Had An Abortion


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I kept my baby.

Even though I was sixteen,

even though I didn’t know how I would,

I kept my baby.

Even when everyone told me “kids shouldn’t have kids”

or that I’d “ruin my life”,

I kept my baby.

I knew some would think I slept around,

that I was promiscuous.

I knew that girls would talk

and boys would listen,

but I still kept my baby.

I knew there was a pill that could ‘take it all away’.

“My ‘problems’ could be gone tomorrow if I just took it today.”

But I knew that was a lie anyway

so I kept my baby.

And because I kept my baby,

it’s assumed I hate everyone who made a different choice.

I don’t.

I love them.

And I know how scared they were

because I was, too.

I know how these girls (and myself) were misinformed

when we were told it’s impossible.

It’s not.

I knew it would take a lot of trust

and big faith

when I kept my baby.

But when I did, this crazy thing happened.

It didn’t even ruin my life.

Not in any way.

Now I have a baby and a family.

I have a baby and a college degree.

I have a husband and even more babies.

I’ve raised a baby and still chased my own dreams.

So yes, I’ve done some things the hard way and I’ve grown up faster than I *had* to and I’ve struggled along the way

but when I look at my sweet “baby” boy,

I’m so glad that

I kept my baby.
—Whitney Ballard, Trains and Tantrums blog


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