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advocating full legal protection of embryos and fetuses (especially opposing the legalization of induced abortions)

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No doubt in explaining "the legacy and future of this landmark case on the occasion of its forty-fifth anniversary" at the Brooklyn Historical Society, Pollitt will double down on the fanciful notion that the America public has been deluded by those Machiavellian pro-lifers.
Just last week, I had occasion to speak to a Catholic priest precisely about the gestational controversy among some Catholic pro-lifers.
But I would guess that most pro-lifers tend to be economic conservatives who take a dim view of those who are on any form of taxpayer-funded assistance, with unwed mothers at the top of the list.
But do the pro-lifers accept that there is another side to the story?
Michelman thinks the tide turned against her in the mid-1990s, when pro-lifers began running ads with the message, "Life, What a Beautiful Choice.
He was also privy to an effort to frame Canadian pro-lifers for the 1992 fire-bombing of an abortion mill owned by Henry Morgenthaler, one of North America's most powerful abortion activists.
Written to and for both pro-lifers and pro-choicers, Kreeft shows a sensitivity and concern for his adversaries that is too uncommon in books on this issue.
She was singled out after winning a court battle to stop pro-lifers publishing her personal details here.
Some abortion supporters accuse pro-lifers of outright misogyny and a desire to "shame" or "punish" women.
In the time leading up to the passage of the Charter on April 17, 1982, pro-lifers actively campaigned against it, predicting its potentially devastating effects.
Dan is foolish in his generalisation that all pro-lifers are fanatics, this is simply untrue.
Pushed by pro-lifers, several states--including Texas, Kansas, and Minnesota--now require health-care providers to inform women about breast cancer risks before performing an abortion.
If there is a lesson in all this, it is that as long as pro-lifers abandon genuine pro-life candidates for public office because "they can't win," and cast their lot instead with slippery politicians who manage to straddle the fence on the pro-life issue, they will always fight an uphill battle.
Emboldened by all their successes, House pro-lifers in July even took a swipe at federal health coverage for some common forms of birth control--including the pill--which they consider "abortifacients.