Michael Bloomberg: The Radical Abortion Candidate

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has parachuted into the chaos of the Democrat presidential race as a “new choice” for the beleaguered party. “He’s a proven leader who brings people together to reach ambitious goals,” proclaims his rhetoric-driven campaign website.

Texas Town Becomes Seventh to Declare Itself a Sanctuary City for the Unborn

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Westbrook, Texas, has become the seventh sanctuary for unborn babies in the state after the town voted unanimously on the pro-life ordinance last week. Westbrook marks the first city in West Texas to declare itself a pro-life sanctuary, prompting abortion advocates to set their sights on the area, pro-lifers claim.

Okla. Judge Issues Temporary Injunction Against Pro-Life Law

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Oklahoma County District Judge Don Andrews issued a temporary injunction against a state abortion law on Wednesday, one that requires abortion facilities to inform women the effects of medication abortion drugs can be reversed if they change their minds after initiating the procedure.

More Than 2,000 Aborted Children Discovered at Abortionist’s Home

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The remains of thousands of unborn children were discovered at the Will County, Illinois, home of deceased abortion doctor Ulrich Klopfer. Klopfer passed away on September 3, and the family later found 2,246 medically preserved children while going through the abortionist’s property.

Exclusive on Abortion in America with Professor Paul Kengor
Paul Kengor

Exclusive on Abortion in America with Professor Paul Kengor

The concept of legalizing abortion originated from communist ideology, which seeks to destroy the family and put everyone under public control. Paul Kengor is a New York Times best-selling author and professor of political science at Grove City College. He is executive director of The Center for Vision & Values, a Grove City College think-tank/policy center and is a contributor to many TV and radio shows on American policy.

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