Harris is wrong: evidence shows that people voted on the 8th not his bill 

Minister Simon Harris and his fellow abortion campaigners are insisting that the people voted on May 25th for a liberal abortion regime, and that no life-saving amendments to the abortion bill should be considered. Harris is even refusing to accept an amendment which would outlaw abortion on disability grounds as he says the vote has […]

No surprise that Abortion-Doctor-In-Chief is Peter Boylan

Well, you could have knocked us down with a feather when Simon Harris welcomed Peter Boylan as his Abortion-Doctor-In-Chief, with the task of rolling out abortion services across the country. Only joking, of course, everyone saw that one coming. While the Health Service Executive made the appointment everyone knows that Harris would have had no […]

Harris is fiddling for abortion while the health service burns

  Another week, another dire warning from medical experts on the absolute crisis in our health service. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has said that emergency departments are at risk of becoming “war zones” because the HSE has no plan in place to deal with another winter of growing overcrowding. The description is a […]

Argentina pro-lifer reveals strategy behind country rejecting legal abortion

Last week, the senate of Argentina rejected the legalization of abortion by a mere handful of votes, sending shockwaves through the abortion movement and triggering wild celebrations from Argentinian pro-lifers who took to the streets by the thousands, waving the blue kerchiefs that had become the symbol of their movement. The outraged abortion activists responded with violence, chucking homemade fire-bombs and […]

Bully tactics from Harris on abortion may backfire

Any neutral commentator would have to conclude that Simon Harris is doing a terrible job as Minister for Health. The Health Service is in chaos, and despite his much-vaunted promises, the Minister  has utterly failed to improve the appalling numbers of people on waiting lists for essential services, or left lying on trollies in overcrowded hospitals. Doctors […]

The UN Declaration of Human RIghts at 70 – from shepherd to wolf?

The Origins of Rights Documents asserting individual rights, such the Magna Carta (1215), the English Bill of Rights (1689), the French Declaration on the Rights of Man and Citizen (1789), and the US Constitution and Bill of Rights (1791) are the written precursors to many of today’s human rights documents. Yet these documents, when originally […]

Will the Government continue to show compassion?

Compassion is the new buzzword. With it you can sell anything to a ‘compassionate’ public, even death. There was a time in Ireland when we prided ourselves on supporting the little person against the might of the bully. We always favoured the underdog, whether in sport or to the less well off on the streets […]

Our hearts are broken. But we will fight on, because no referendum can ever make abortion right.

Our hearts are broken. But we will fight on, because no referendum can ever make abortion right. I know that your heart, like mine, feels broken. We need time to grieve and to recover. But every one of you who took part in what was an inspiring, brilliant and heroic NO campaign should hold your […]

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