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Topic - Kristan Hawkins
While much of the national abortion debate has focused on late-term abortions, pro-life forces are scoring major victories with new laws and regulations that in effect would force many — if not all — abortion clinics in a state to shut down.
A pro-life activist group that uses hidden cameras to go undercover in abortion clinics called Wednesday for a government investigation into the practice of letting "born-alive" children die.
The Student Government Association at Johns Hopkins University has denied a pro-life group official club status at the Baltimore school for fear the group will make students feel uncomfortable.
With a slogan created especially for the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, hundreds of thousands of pro-life activists are expected to swarm the Mall on Friday for the annual March for Life.
The president is back on the campaign trail. What's striking is where he's going: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa — places he won in 2008. Why? Simple. All the latest polls show he's losing … well, everyone.
A few years ago, Alexandra, a doctorate student, decided that selling her eggs to a fertility clinic was the perfect way to get an extra $3,000 she needed to pay for her tuition. But then "things went south," she recalls in "Eggsploitation," a new documentary on the health hazards of paid egg donation.
"For weeks we have been hearing about the MTV special that would feature a teen couple contemplating abortion … We know that MTV is no bastion of decency or truth, but we did not think the show would actually go as far as it did. We were wrong," writes Bryan Kemper and Kristan Hawkins at LifeNews.com.
"The taxpayer-funded abortion Goliath, Planned Parenthood, is trying to take over with its extreme agenda that is out of touch with Texas — and American — values. We are in Austin to tell them the eyes of Texas, and America, are upon you. You won't get away with subverting the democratic process to protect Gosnells in Texas — or anywhere," Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life of America, said Monday.
"This is what they do every day for profit — this is not the exception, it's the rule," said Kristan Hawkins, president of Students for Life in America.