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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

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Top Stories
• Top Pro-Life Congressman Steve Scalise Injured in Shooting, Has Long Record Fighting Abortion
• Liberal Bernie Sanders Supporter Responsible for Shooting Pro-Life Congressman Steve Scalise
• Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics Caught Turning Women Away Who Wanted Prenatal Care
• Man Who Shot Pro-Life Congressman Was a Crazed Leftist Who Hated Republicans

More Pro-Life News
• Vatican Names Pro-Abortion Philosopher to Pro-Life Academy
Cecile Richards: Women Need Abortion to be Able to “Participate in the Workplace”
• Premature Baby Born Weighing as Much as a Loaf of Bread Beats the Odds. Look at Her Now
• Miracle Baby Dropped From 10th Floor of a Burning Tower Caught by Man in Crowd Below
• Shocking Study Shows Cutting Contraception Programs Reduces Teen Pregnancies and Abortions
• Nurse Fired for Refusing to Assist Abortions Takes Her Fight to Court
• Planned Parenthood Fights to Do Secret Abortions on Teen Girls Without Parental Consent
• Psych Professor: Professional Psychological Groups are Hiding Evidence of How Abortion Hurts Women
• Academic Articles Dating Back to the 1950s Show the Abortion-Breast Cancer Link
• UK Supreme Court Rejects Free Abortions for Women in Northern Ireland
• Doctor Allegedly Hastened the Death of an 8-Year-Old Boy to Harvest His Organs
• 50,000 Ask Bernie Sanders to Apologize for Attacking Christian Nominee Who Said Jesus Christ is the Only Way

Top Pro-Life Congressman Steve Scalise Injured in Shooting, Has Long Record Fighting Abortion
Congressman Steve Scalise, a top pro-life Republican in the House of Representatives, was injured today when a gunman opened fire on a group of Congressional Republicans practicing for the annual Congressional softball game.

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Liberal Bernie Sanders Supporter Responsible for Shooting Pro-Life Congressman Steve Scalise
A supporter of pro-abortion former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been identified as the gunman responsible for shooting pro-life Congressman Steve Scalise today.

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Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinics Caught Turning Women Away Who Wanted Prenatal Care
Planned Parenthood is in the fight of its corporate life to save its half billion dollars in taxpayer funding, claiming it needs the money to deliver “vital reproductive health care.”

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Man Who Shot Pro-Life Congressman Was a Crazed Leftist Who Hated Republicans
As the day has progressed, more information has become available about this morning’s attack against Republican congressmen.

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Vatican Names Pro-Abortion Philosopher to Pro-Life Academy
The Catholic Church has been one of the leading advocates for the rights of unborn babies in the world.

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Cecile Richards: Women Need Abortion to be Able to “Participate in the Workplace”
Cecile Richards makes almost $1 million a year as the CEO of the abortion “non-profit” Planned Parenthood.

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Premature Baby Born Weighing as Much as a Loaf of Bread Beats the Odds. Look at Her Now
A little British girl is thriving three years after she was born severely prematurely, weighing about the same as a loaf of bread.

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Miracle Baby Dropped From 10th Floor of a Burning Tower Caught by Man in Crowd Below
While Americans are reeling from the news of a gunman opening fire on Republican Congressmen, the British are dealing with their own massive tragedy.

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UK Supreme Court Rejects Free Abortions for Women in Northern Ireland

 
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