Rooted at the very core of Texas’s Heartbeat Act is the concept of basic humanity, informed by science. This week the U.S. Supreme Court allowed this law, which protects unborn children from abortion after their beating heart can be detected, to go into effect.
Quigley: In every abortion there are two people involved. There is, of course, the mother and also an unborn child with a heartbeat that is detectable by at least 6 weeks of pregnancy. And that is a second patient. That is a member of the family whose ultrasound picture is being put on the refrigerator.
A group of Democrat lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee are pressuring the FDA to permanently loosen abortion pill restrictions – we speak with Rep. Michael Cloud (R-Texas) for his reaction, followed by more pro-life analysis from Susan B. Anthony List’s Prudence Robertson… and much more!
Anchored out of EWTN’s West Coast studio in Garden Grove, California – we speak with David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress about his claims a federally-funded research project at the University of Pittsburgh uses organs extracted from live fetuses… and much more!
In a special edition of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly, we look at pro-life responses to common pro-abortion arguments. Leah Darrow, former model turned Catholic speaker, responds to the common abortion claim “My Body, My Choice”…. and much more!
Former HHS official Roger Severino reacts to the DOJ’s dismissal of a Catholic nurse’s conscience violation case – hear what he says about HHS Secretary Becerra’s role in the matter…. and much more!