• The Eighth Amendment reflects some of Ireland’s deepest values

    Thursday, July 13, 2017

    The Irish are a caring people; evidence of this is ample. The surge in homelessness has touched a nerve of compassion which has led to hands-on volunteering on the night-time streets of our cities and towns. Cork Simon, St Vincent de Paul Society and Share are household names which have lacked neither numbers nor support […]

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  • Polls show that UK citizens want to stop population control funding abroad

    Monday, June 19, 2017

    Here’s a situation that is aggravating and bewildering: at a time when the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) is chronically underfunded, and the funds given to the most basic healthcare services are constantly being slashed, the same government has a £200 million budget to promote ‘reproductive and family planning’ (read: widespread use of contraceptives […]

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  • Stop the Fake News: It’s not true that a woman was locked up for seeking an abortion in Ireland

    Thursday, June 15, 2017

    The headlines were dramatic, and wholly misleading, but when it comes to abortion unfortunately this sort of fake news reporting has become the new standard in Ireland. So first, let’s set the record straight: a child was not locked up for seeking an abortion in Ireland, and nothing in Irish law would permit any woman […]

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  • Polls shows courage of families with disabilities changing abortion views

    Monday, May 29, 2017

    An opinion poll published last weekend has shown that public opinion is becoming increasingly pro-life in regard to protecting preborn children with a disability. There has been a significant fall in support for abortion on disability grounds, with a considerable majority now supporting the right to life of preborn children with disability This is entirely […]

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  • How to Love Your Pro-Choice Enemies

    Saturday, May 27, 2017

    We were walking along the street, side by side, mid-way through my first week as an office junior at a important firm in the heart of a large cosmopolitan city. That’s when my eighteen year old colleague Caitlyn (not her real name) started asking about my sex life before I was married. I was naturally […]

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Jun
15

Stop the Fake News: It’s not true that a woman was locked up for seeking an abortion in Ireland

The headlines were dramatic, and wholly misleading, but when it comes to abortion unfortunately this sort of fake news reporting has become the new standard in Ireland. So first, let’s set the record straight: a child was not locked up for seeking an abortion in Ireland, and nothing in Irish law would permit any woman […]

Read More

Jul
13

The Eighth Amendment reflects some of Ireland’s deepest values

The Irish are a caring people; evidence of this is ample. The surge in homelessness has touched a nerve of compassion which has led to hands-on volunteering on the night-time streets of our cities and towns. Cork Simon, St Vincent de Paul Society and Share are household names which have lacked neither numbers nor support […]

Jun
19

Polls show that UK citizens want to stop population control funding abroad

Here’s a situation that is aggravating and bewildering: at a time when the United Kingdom’s National Health Service (NHS) is chronically underfunded, and the funds given to the most basic healthcare services are constantly being slashed, the same government has a £200 million budget to promote ‘reproductive and family planning’ (read: widespread use of contraceptives […]

Jun
15

Stop the Fake News: It’s not true that a woman was locked up for seeking an abortion in Ireland

The headlines were dramatic, and wholly misleading, but when it comes to abortion unfortunately this sort of fake news reporting has become the new standard in Ireland. So first, let’s set the record straight: a child was not locked up for seeking an abortion in Ireland, and nothing in Irish law would permit any woman […]

May
29

Polls shows courage of families with disabilities changing abortion views

An opinion poll published last weekend has shown that public opinion is becoming increasingly pro-life in regard to protecting preborn children with a disability. There has been a significant fall in support for abortion on disability grounds, with a considerable majority now supporting the right to life of preborn children with disability This is entirely […]

May
27

How to Love Your Pro-Choice Enemies

We were walking along the street, side by side, mid-way through my first week as an office junior at a important firm in the heart of a large cosmopolitan city. That’s when my eighteen year old colleague Caitlyn (not her real name) started asking about my sex life before I was married. I was naturally […]

May
27

“Pull off a leg or two”: David Daleiden’s horrifying new bombshell video

Yesterday, the Center for Medical Progress released another video, a series of clips highlighting conversations with abortionists as they describe their trade. By the end of the day, YouTube had pulled the video down, and the Washington Post reports that a San Francisco judge has ordered David Daleiden and his attorneys, Steve Cooley and Brentford […]

May
27

The Fallacy of the Expatriate Vote

Memories are fresh from 2015 of the drive to bring Irish emigrants from far flung corners of the globe to vote in a certain Referendum. Campaigns such as “get the boat 2 vote” and “home to vote” rose to enormous prominence through social and mainstream media. With the headwinds of populist support blowing in their […]

May
6

The defense of life fights ideologies

Defending life at all times for the human being today is a complicated mission Ideologies gain ground among people who are not informed, or who are simply against the defense of life; for economic, demographic, and other reasons. It is more difficult, since the preborn baby is defenseless, and can not flee from those who […]

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