In 2005, a South Dakota law passed, obliging abortion doctors to inform women that abortion ends the life of a complete, distinct, and wholly living human being and could cause psychological instability.
I arrived at Dauphin County Prison Courthouse early on January 31. The preliminary proceedings against Nathan Richardson, assailant of pro-lifer Ed Snell, were scheduled for 9:00 a.m. and it was still before 8:00 a.m. I decided to take a short drive through the area and think through the events as I remembered them.
The first thing that hits you at the March for Life in Washington. D.C. is a veritable sea of people that just keeps arriving on the scene. You see busload after busload offloading and streaming into the massive crowds that fill the Mall, the streets and the sidewalks.
On April 24, the legislative assembly of Mexico City hopes to push through a proposal to legalize abortion in one of the largest cities in the world. The American TFP is joining the efforts of many pro-life organizations in protesting the move.