A 19th Century doctor who may have saved your life

Abortion, far from being a modern medical procedure, was rampant in the past, including in the 19th century.  After the jump is an interview with Frederick Dyer, the author of a biography of Dr. Horatio Robinson Storer, the physician responsible for passing anti-abortion laws.  He stopped so many abortions that, statistically, he may have saved the life of one of your ancestors, without whom you would cease to exist. [Read more...]

The best states & the worst states for the unborn

 

Americans United for Life has compiled a list of the best, the worst, and the most-improved states when it comes to protecting the unborn.  Go here and see the map after the jump. [Read more...]

The only four nations that allow abortion after viability

The only nations in the world that permit abortion after the fetus is viable are China, North Korea, Canada, and the United States. [Read more...]


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