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• Undiagnosed Ectopic Deaths
 Food for Thought
• 19th Century Abortion Cases and Other Self-Injury
• Abortion, Law, and Real Choice
• Abortion, Suffering, and the Chinese Widow
• The Abortion War and Communication
• Another Anti-Choice Fanatic
• Are Abortions Used as Birth Control?
• The Bad Old Days of Abortion
• Botched Abortion Leads to Amputation
• Coathanger Abortion: Powerful image, but how true to life?
• Comparative Safety - Abortion & Stuff Folks Get Riled About
• Diane Sawyer and the Non-Story of Lawson Akpulonu
• Did I Deserve the Death Penaltyh
• Do Rape Victims Really Need Abortions?
• Fetal Diagnoses Leading to Unnecessary Abortions
• Freaks Teaches Pro-Life Lesson
• Is Childbirth Safety Relevant to Abortion?
• Is This the Face of the Enemy?
• Is 'Who Decides?' Really the Question?
• The "Koop Report" on Abortion
• LDI and the CDC
• Misplaced Priorities Cost Women's Lives
• A Mother's Nightmare
• Pro Child/Pro Choice Rings Hollow
• Question Abortion
• Stress and the Abortion Decision
• Study - Effect of Abortion Legalization on Sexual Behavior: Evidence from Sexually Transmitted Diseases
• Unequal Burden on the Poor?
• Unintended Late Abortions
• Unplanned Pregnancies that Worked Out
• What Real Informed Consent Would Look Like
• What's "Adequate Access" to Abortion?
• What's the Need for Abortion?
• When the POC Really is Just Tissue
• Where's the Pro Choice Movement on Elective Amputations?
• Who is the Enemy?
• Who's Putting the Unborn Ahead of the Born?
• Women Who Change Their Minds After the Abortion
• Women's Rights are Common Ground
• Your Bedroom, the Government, and Abortion Laws

2001 Articles

12/08/01 - Prolife Resources for Advance Directives
The research I've done in pulling together my own Advance Directive.

9/20/01 - What Kind of Doctor Does Abortions?
Quotes from those actually working in abortion facilities reveal that abortion is attracting quacks.

9/16/01 - God's Instructions for His People
Are the gloating holy rollers being scriptural when they point the finger everyplace but at themselves?

8/31/01 - The Death of "Creepy Kenny"
In tallies of murdered abortion workers, abortion supporters never count clinic owner/administrator Kenneth Yellin, who was gunned down outside his Chicago abortion facility November 3, 1979.

8/29/01 - The Bad Old Days of Abortion
Were the bad old days before legalization as nightmarish as the myths?

8/27/01 - The Amazing "Dr." Karman
Few prochoice icons faded to oblivion as fast as inventor and abortion ambassador Harvey Karman.

8/24/01 - The Abortionists' Brag Book
Fast Eddie Allred's web page for his string of abortion mills provides gallows humor for those in the know. Your Guide lets you in on the joke.

8/22/01 - Kenneth Wright Loses Abortion Patient
National Abortion Federation clinic FPA, and abortionist Kenneth Wright, have a new skeleton in the closet: Kimberly Neil, whose family is suing over her abortion death.

8/20/01 - Bush -- The Wisdom of Solomon?
President George W. Bush's decision on embryonic stem cell funding draws a proper line between morality and law.

8/17/01 - Trouble in the Temple of Choice
Will the fact that not every woman who enters a Planned Parenthood finds only sweetness and light tumble this prochoice idol?

8/15/01 - When the ACLU Helps Women
Frightened teenagers, concerned physicians, frantic mothers -- or seedy abortionists. Which do you think the ACLU will go to bat for?

8/13/01 - Abortionist Ronachai Banchongmanie
Putting the last nail in the coffin of the prochoice myth that current state oversight is enough to keep legal abortion safe and sanitary for women.

8/10/01 - Are Those Fetus Pictures Phony?
The Center for Bioethical Reform is prepared to go on the offensive against those who claim their fetus pictures are doctored.

8/8/01 - A Fetus Pics Conversion Story
A fence sitter who came into the Forum decided to back the prolife cause after being sent to view pictures of aborted fetuses.

8/6/01 - How important is abortion to you?
A collection of questions in the Pro Life Forum prompts a Feature for an answer.

8/3/01 - Who's Putting the Unborn Ahead of the Born?
When will prochoice organizations start putting the needs of living, breathing women ahead of politics?

8/1/01 - The Voodoo Abortionists
Judith Comeau-Samuel admitted to endangering patients at her abortion clinics, but said she'd been forced to by her husband via voodoo.

7/30/01 - Glenda Davis, Abortion Death
Glenda was packed off to the hospital in a staffer's car when she hemorrhaged after her abortion. She left two young children motherless.

7/27/01 - So Much For Informed Consent
Glynnis was told her abortion would be safe and trauma-free. She ended up suffering physical and emotional complications.

7/25/01 - A Mother's Nightmare
Despite parental involvement laws and repeated attempts at intervention, a desperate mother was unable to prevent the abortion that triggered her daughter's suicide attempt.

7/23/01 - Scott Barrett Wrap-Up
Even after the medical board learned that Barrett played Russian Roulette with his patients' lives -- a deadly game Stacy Ruckman lost -- Barrett whined that he was being persecuted.

7/20/01 - Yet Another Barrett Botch Job
Even after he'd allowed abortion patient Stacy Ruckman to die under his care, abortionist Scott Barrett continued to botch abortions.

7/18/01 - Another Barrett Botch Job
Before he let patient Stacy Ruckman die under his care, abortionist Scott Barrett was censured by the medical board for his treatment of an 18-year-old abortion patient.

7/16/01 - Legal Abortion Advantages
Read what happened to patent B.J. when she had an abortion performed by Scott Barrett, then come to the forum and give us your anwer to a question.

7/13/01 - Do Rape Victims Really Need Abortions?
Is abortion for rape victims helping them, or just giving them one more trauma?

7/11/01 - Criminal Abortion and Hiding the Body: Edith Green
Boston police faced a gruesome and baffling mystery in 1926, when the dismembered body of a young woman was discovered. The cause of death: criminal abortion.

7/9/01 - 3-D/4-D Ultrasound and Abortion
The new 3-D and 4-D ultrasounds offer exciting new opportunities to help parents bond with their unborn children -- but also offer eugenicists with new search-and-destroy tools.

7/6/01 - Chicago, 1928: Abortionist Sentenced to Die
The first man sentenced to die in Illinois's electric chair was not at typical death row inmate: he was Amenti Rongetti, a physician whose patient died during the commission of an illegal abortion.

7/4/01 - The Inalienable Right to Life
The Declaration of Independence holds that we are endowed by our Creator with unalienable rights -- including the right to life. Do these rights apply only to certain folks?

7/2/01 - What's the Need for Abortion?
Is early rejection of pregnancy really a sign that abortion is necessary, or is it just a normal reaction to pregnancy?

6/29/01 - Jesse Ketchum: Back-Alley Butcher Gone Legit
Jesse Ketchum didn't have the world's cleanest record as a criminal abortionist, but at least he hadn't killed any patients. Legalization changed all that.

6/13/01 - Verifying the Blood Money Death
Scoffers dismiss Carol Everett's story of how her abortion clinic sent a woman home to die. But public record documents support her story.

6/11/01 - Inglewood Abortionist P. Scott Ricke
The Arizona medical board had to insist that Ricke be chaperoned around patients after he got caught in sexually exploitative situations.

6/8/01 - Inglewood Abortionist Morton Barke
Abortionist Morton Barke was sued over four of the sixth known abortion patient deaths at Inglewood. He was also associated with the ill-reputed San Vicente hospital, and Bel Air Memorial Hospital.

6/6/01 - Inglewood Abortionist John Dupont
Abortionist John Dupont performed the fatal abortion on Katherine Morse, and was sued for malpractice at Inglewood, Family Planning Associates Medical Group, and Her Medical Clinic.

6/4/01 - Inglewood: The Survivors
Not all of the women who suffered at the hands of Inglewood's abortionists paid with their lives. Here are quick summaries about some of the survivors.

6/1/01 - An Inglewood Abortion Ordeal
A young woman I'll call Latisha found that her quick, safe abortion at Inglewood dragged out into a month-long ordeal.

5/30/01 - Inglewood: Charting the Deterioration
Years of inspection reports from Inglewood abortion hospital chart conditions going from bad to worse as patients died.

5/28/01 - Inglewood: The Five Minute Abortion
California is the home of the assembly-line abortion, and surely Inglewood had it down to an art form. Like a NASCAR pit crew, the Inglewood staff did fast work, getting the patient through the operating room as quickly as possible.

5/25/01 - Inglewood: Women Die and the Mill Grinds On
The choice to have an abortion at Inglewood was the last decision Kathy Murphy, Lynette Wallace, Elizabeth Tsuji, Yvonne Tanner, Cora Lewis, and Belinda Byrd ever made.

5/23/01 - Inglewood: The Abortion Facility That Wouldn't Die
What's in a name? When you're dealing with Inglewood Hospital/Clinic/whatever, no matter what you call it, it's spelled T-R-O-U-B-L-E.

5/21/01 - Safe-n-Legal or Back Alley Butchery?
Can you tell the difference between a criminal abortionist and a safe and legal abortion provider? Read the scenarios from real life, then see if you can tell what kind of abortionist each describes.

5/18/01 - Giseline Lafontant, Abortion Death
Giselene Lafontant was only 25 years old when her abortion killed her in 1993.

5/16/01 - Anjelica Duarte, Abortion Death
Anjelica Duarte was left to bleed to death after an abortion she'd undergone after being told to delay having another child.

5/14/01 - Sandra Milton, Abortion Death
Sandra Milton bled to death in front of her three childen, two weeks before Mothers Day, thanks to safe-n-legal abortion.

5/11/01 - Abortion Whether You Want it or Not
Women have learned from painful experience that you don't have to want an abortion to get an abortion; sometimes all you have to do is trust a prochoice ob/gyn.

5/7/01 - Criminal Abortion and Hiding the Body: Rose Lipner
It's not easy to hide the body when you kill somebody during the commission of a crime, as many a criminal has discovered. This was true when the crime was an illegal abortion. The death of Rose Lipner demonstrates this fact.

5/4/01 - Youth and the Pro Life Cause
A third of their generation have been killed by abortion. How are young people responding?"

5/2/01 - Your Bedroom, the Government, and Abortion Laws
What's the deal with the idea that legalizing abortion has anything to do with keeping the goverment out of our bedrooms?

4/30/01 - Hiding the Bodies in Plain Sight
Legend has it that the Centers for Disease Control keep track of abortion deaths. The case of Latachie Veal should lay that legend to rest.

4/27/01 - Mickey Apodaca, Legal Abortion Death
Abortionist Raymond E. Showery was out on bail appealing a murder conviction when he performed the abortion that killed 28-year-old Mickey Apodaca.

4/23/01 - Unplanned Pregnancies that Worked Out, Follow-Up
Prolife and prochoice women share their experiences with unplanned pregnancies that turned out happily without resort to abortion.

4/20/01 - Unequal Burden on the Poor?
A popular argument for abortion on demand is that recriminalizing abortion would 'impose an unequal burden on poor women. I find it interesting that poor women are never the ones agitating for greater 'access to abortion.' It's the wealthy who want abortions for the poor.

4/18/01 - Is Childbirth Safety Relevant to Abortion?
When cornered about unsafe abortion clinics and deaths from legal abortion, abortion apologists fall back on the old standby, 'Well, it's still safer than childbirth.' Earth to abortion apologists: Even if your claim was true, it's irrelevant.

4/11/01 - Peeking in the Abortionist's Fridge
From his lover throwing their child off the roof, to strange contents for a clinic refrigerator, abortionist Benjamin Thamrong had chaos swirling around his abortion practice.

4/9/01 - Alice in Dadeland
The Miami Herald takes us through the looking glass at one of Florida's most disgusting abortion mills.

4/6/01 - When the POC Really is Just Tissue
The common prochoice euphemisms for the fetus killed by abortion -- "products of conception" and "pregnancy tissue" -- actually do apply to those rare cases where there is a pregnancy but no fetus: hydatidiform mole and blighted ovum.

4/4/01 - Life vs. Lifestyle
Abortion defenders often point out that without abortion, some women would face unwanted obstacles to school, career, and relationships. This is true, but does it make abortion right?

4/2/01 - Is 'Who Decides?' Really the Question?
Is there any rational reason why abortion, of all human activities, should be exempt from the same kind of examination society gives to other activities? Is there any reason why we should not even bother to look at issues of right or wrong, harm or benefit?

3/30/01 - Stress and the Abortion Decision
If a pregnancy is causing so much stress that the woman is considering abortion, it's also causing enough stress to compromise her decisiom-making abililties. What's wrong with informed consent and waiting periods to offset these special vulnerabilities?

3/28/01 - Self-Mutilation and Self-Abortion
How true to life are the oft-cited cases of women who died from hideous attempts at self-abortion? Are dangerous self-induced abortions a sociological phenomenon, or a psychiatric problem?

3/26/01 - Unplanned Pregnancies that Worked Out
Prolife and prochoice women share their experiences with unplanned pregnancies that turned out happily without resort to abortion.

3/23/01 - Logic and the Abortion Debate
Sometimes what's missing from any discussion is a little basic logic. This applies to abortion as well.

3/21/01 - Digging for Dirt on Abortionists
Public records can reveal amazing and potentially very useful things about your local abortuaries and abortionists. You don't have to be a private eye to be an effective investigator; you just need to be persistent.

3/19/01 - Elective Amputation and the Prochoice Redux
After scoffing from critics, I've found more on the Net about elective amputations. Again, where are the prochoice on this issue of doing what one wants with one's body?

3/16/01 - Follow-up: Prolifers and the Death Penalty
A post in the Pro Life Forum is an eloquent defense of the stand opposing abortion but supporting the death penalty on the grounds of defense of the innocent and personal accountability.

3/14/01 - Unexpected Perils of Cloning
Embryonic cells contain the information on how to build an organisim; adult cells have this information 'switched off,' and have instead activated genes for specialization. This fundamantal difference may derail cloning of mammals.

3/12/01 - Fetal Tissue Experiments Lead to Disaster
A newly published study in the New England Journal of Medicine found side effects some doctors called 'absolutely devastating' when cells from aborted fetuses were transplanted into the brains of Parkinsons patients.

3/9/01 - Prolifers and the Death Penalty
Where do prolifers stand on the death penalty? It depends on the prolifer; the division is about 50/50.

3/7/01 - Criminal Abortion Deaths Uncovered
Looking back at the archives of the New York Times, we find that the authorities were alert to signs of criminal abortion deaths. Killing a woman during the commission of a crime wasn't something you could necessarily cover up easily.

3/5/01 - Doctors and the Back Alley Abortion
Looking back at the archives of the New York Times, we find cases that support research by Nancy Howell Lee and by Planned Parenthood: Criminal abortion was the trade not of amateurs, but of doctors working underground.

3/2/01 - Fetal Diagnoses Leading to Unnecessary Abortions
Recent research again uncovers parents seeking abortion after being given false and misleading information about their unborn children.

2/28/01 - Pill a Failure for the Young
Professor Basil Donovan, director of the Syndey Sexual Health Centre, said that birth control pills should not be prescribed to women in their teens and 20's because they're not responsible enough to take them consistently.

2/26/01 - A-Z's Previous Abortionist's Lawsuit
Now that A-Z's last abortionist has been found guilty of manslaughter, we'll look at a previous A-Z abortionist: Jonathan Agbebiyi.

2/23/01 - Brigham and Women's Abortion Lawsuit
Brigham and Women's Hospital is currently in the news over a staff abortionist allegedly threatening five nurses. So now, let's look back on a previous abortionst at that hospital: Joan Golub.

2/21/01 - Who is the Enemy?
An overview of Ephesians 6:12 shows us where we should focus our energies, and who is the real Enemy, not just in the abortion struggle, but in our day to day lives.

2/19/01 - Bill to Protect Minors Reintroduced in House
The Child Custody Protection Act would make it a crime for adults to transport children across state lines in order to evade parental involvement laws for abortion.

2/16/01 - Helping Abortionists Heal Part V
What can prolifers do to help those still inside, or currently recovering from working in, the abortion industry?

2/14/01 - Helping Abortionists Heal Part IV
Experience with recovering abortion workers has led Joan Appleton and Dr. Philip Ney to conclude that a history of childhood abuse often leads already traumatized people into the hell of doing abortions for a living.

2/12/01 - Helping Abortionists Heal Part III
Former abortion nurse Joan Appleton and psychiatrist/psychologist Philip Ney provide help and support to those fleeing the abortion industry.

2/9/01 - Helping Abortionists Heal Part II
Former abortion nurse, Joan Appleton, explains why the last thing a former abortion worker needs is to be pulled into the prolife movement. Part II of our story on the Society of Centurions.

2/7/01 - Society of Centurions: Helping Abortionists Heal
We've learned to deal with the wounded women; are prolifers ready for the onslaught of wounded abortion workers? The Society of Centurions has arisen to meet the unique needs of those wounded by participation in abortion.

2/5/01 - From Slavery to Wealth: Millie/Christine
Conjoined twins Millie and Christine McKoy were born into slavery, but found freedom for themselves and their family through performing. Learn about two remarkable Black women who lived their lives as one.

2/1/01 - Black Women on the Altar of Choice
A young Black woman is twice as likely to be sold an abortion as a young white woman, and once she gets on the abortion table, she is at least twice as likely to suffer fatal complications as a white woman."

1/29/01 - Greek Words and Abortion
A look at New Testament words for violence, and what this study says to activists supporting and opposing abortion.

1/26/01 - Hebrew Words and Abortion, Part II
A look at Old Testament words for violence, and what this study says to activists supporting and opposing abortion.

1/24/01 - Hebrew Words Give Biblical Reflection on Abortion
A Forum post on the Hebrew words for 'womb' and 'compassion' brings fascinating Scriptural insight on abortion.

1/23/01 - The Fruits of Roe v Wade
Anybody who looks at Roe v. Wade and sees cause to celebrate has got a lot of explaining to do.

1/22/01 - The Cruel Mother
A traditional Celtic balad.

1/17/01 - History of Eastern Women's Center
Recently in the news for a merger with another abortion mill, Eastern has a less than savory past.

1/15/01 - How a 1947 Abortion Killed an Heiress and a Doctor
Being heir to the Drake Bakeries fortune might have helped Jane Ward to arrange an abortion, but it didn't help her to survive her injuries.

1/12/01 - A 1929 Abortion Death: Ruth Weir
Was Ruth Weir the victim of a criminal abortionist, or was Dr. Maurice Strum really trying to save her life when he performed the fatal abortion?

1/9/01 - "Are You Prochoice Because of the Fetus?"
Do prochoice folks support abortion because of what they believe about the fetus, or does something else come into play? Learn from their own words.

1/5/01 - Assorted Scriptures and Abortion
A hodgepodge of Scriptures that give insight onto how Christians should treat the unborn -- and how they should handle crises.

1/3/01 - Scriptures on the Unborn to Apply to Abortion
What does the Bible tell us about unborn life that can guide a Christian about abortion?

1/1/01 - Exodus 21 and Abortion
Exodus 21:22-25 gets batted about between prolifers condemning abortion and prochoicers defending abortion. What is the proper interpretation of this Scripture? With help from Christian Humor Guide Greg Hartman.

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