Irish pro-life leader explains why the abortion campaigners are so angry in victory

By Jonathon Van Maren Of all the advocates for the “No” side of Ireland’s abortion referendum, John McGuirk has consistently been among the most eloquent. At press conferences, in media interviews, and on TV panels he beautifully defended the pre-born child and laid out the heartless ugliness that abortion culture brings to every nation that…

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Every single Irish political party campaigned for abortion. Here’s why.

By Jonathon Van Maren May 28, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – As I predicted in my eulogy for pro-life Ireland on Saturday, the autopsies—both mournful and gleeful—are spilling onto the pages of newspapers across the West. But one staggering fact is being consistently ignored: Every single political party in the Republic of Ireland campaigned for abortion on demand. Right across…

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Abortion activists panic over recent U.S. pro-life gains, fear end of Roe v. Wade

By Jonathon Van Maren May 24, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – It is important, in the cut and thrust of the culture wars, to occasionally remind ourselves of the victories that we do accomplish, especially considering that those victories are in defiance of social trends and illustrate the importance of pushing back, getting engaged, and brawling for every inch…

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Ireland has fallen–and the battle is just beginning

By Jonathon Van Maren The Republic of Ireland has fallen. A coalition of the powerful–Irish politicians who ran on pro-life platforms a few short years ago before abruptly betraying their supporters, the international abortion industry, the media, much of academia, a gaggle of celebrities, and the European elites–have finally prevailed in their relentless efforts to…

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Major victories for anti-euthanasia activists–and the development of a suicide gas chamber

By Jonathon Van Maren With suicide activists pushing hard around the world for the right to doctor-assisted self-extinction on demand, assisted suicide and euthanasia have been nearly omnipresent in the news lately. The Finnish Parliament just voted 128-60 to reject euthanasia entirely, and instead approved a committee that would study legislation to improve palliative care.…

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