January Event-in-a-Box

40 Years 40 years.  480 months. 14,600 days. 350,400 hours. The time passed since the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions marks a dark period in United States history which continues to haunt us as the repercussions of these decisions weigh upon the hearts of passionate pro-lifers across the country. In these 14,600 days, over 55 million…

Ireland eases abortion restrictions

The Republic of Ireland recognizes an unborn child’s right to life in its constitution.  Abortion is a very limited procedure in Ireland.  Abortion is allowed only when a doctor determines that there is a real and substantial risk to the mother’s life. That isn’t changing.  However, there is no current legislation clarifying the circumstances under…

December Group of the Month

DPU Students for Life December Group of the Month As 2012 comes to a close, Students for Life of America would like to recognize DPU Students for Life as our December “Group of the Month.” Throughout this Fall semester, DPU Students for Life has been actively engaged on the DePauw University campus and in their…

Minn. Seeks To Dismiss Anti-Abortion Lawsuit

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A state agency has asked a court to throw out a lawsuit alleging that Minnesota taxpayers have been wrongfully charged for more than 37,000 abortions on indigent women since 1999. The Department of Human Services said in papers filed late Tuesday that the lawsuit should be dismissed because the plaintiffs have…

What about Rape? Panel Recap

During the 2012 Election, those in favor of abortion often referred to rape as a reason why abortion should remain legal in all 9 months of pregnancy, for whatever reason. Most people, including many pro-life individuals, avoid the question of whether abortion is “ok” in the cases of rape. At SFLA we felt that it…