IFPA’s own record shows SIPO it is campaigning on 8th

The IFPA has been told by SIPO to return the cash it received from billionaire George Soros to campaign to repeal the 8th amendment. In a letter to SIPO on 6 September 2016, the IFPA told the statutory body that it “has no relevant links with any political party, candidate or current political campaign of […]

New Year resolutions for pro-choice advocates

Over the course of 2017, I have been paying close attention to pro-choice arguments to get an understanding of where they are coming from.  I paid attention to arguments in the regressive liberal media.  I went along to pro-choice and repeal rallies to see what arguments pro-choice and repeal activists were putting across. I noted […]

Using AVP: Aren’t the images desensitizing?

One of the questions we are often asked about using abortion victim photography is regarding desensitization. “Doesn’t seeing the images over and over again make you numb to abortion’s horrific reality?” someone may ask. The answer to this question is, quite simply, no. Of course, in order to do a job where you are faced […]

10 pro-life reasons to cheer in 2017

1. Pro-life Unity for the Life Canvass The long-sought for unity for the pro-life movement took a huge step forward as most of the major pro-life organisations have come together to make sure that the Life Canvass has the biggest impact possible to Save the 8th. This was fantastic news for the Life Canvass, as […]

A death sentence: how the Abortion Committee voted to legalise abortion

It comes as no surprise that the openly rigged and biased Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment has voted in favour of abortion on demand. It was a foregone conclusion, since the panel was stacked with pro-abortion politicians from the outset, and it heard almost exclusively from pro-abortion witnesses. The Committee was previously referred to […]

“Doubt is Our Product”

In 2008, David Michaels published his book, Doubt is Their Product: How Industry’s Assault on Science Threatens Your Health. The title of the book references an infamous 1969 memo sent by an executive at Brown & Williamson tobacco which was in turn owned by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. The original quote is as follows: […]

What the Danish Ambassador didn’t say about Down Syndrome and abortion

This week, the Irish Times eagerly covered a letter the Danish Ambassador to Ireland had written to the Oireachtas Committee on Abortion denying that Denmark wanted to eradicate people with Down Syndrome, despite the fact that 98% of babies with the condition are aborted there. He had been contacted by the pro-abortion TD, Louise O’Reilly […]

Ironic ‘Christmas present’ from the Committee on the 8th must be rejected

It has now been confirmed that subject to sign off on a final report, the recommendations of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment will be published on Wednesday 20th December. We can safely predict that it will call for abortion on widespread grounds, and this only days before Christmas, which celebrates the birth […]