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Pro-life Strategist Warns All Gains with SCOTUS Win Could be Lost with Mid-terms

Pro-life strategist Rev. Jim Harden, CEO of recently firebombed Buffalo medical office, sounds the alarm, warning all pro-life gains made with reversal of Roe could be lost if pro-abortion politicians dominate mid-term elections. New York has long been the nation’s bellwether when it comes to abortion. Planned Parenthood, the world’s largest abortion business is based

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FBI Slow Walking Justice—Amherst Police Refuse to Return Pro-Life Pregnancy Center’s Private Property

Forty-seven pro-life pregnancy centers have been attacked by pro-abortion extremists. One of the earliest attacks was the May 8th firebombing of a Madison, WI pro-life organization. The most brutal of the attacks to date came on June 7th with the firebombing of CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo, NY. Despite the volume and severity of

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Uncovered: Four-Pronged Strategy Deployed to Protect the Abortion Industry

Pro-abortion politicians are protecting the flagging, for-profit abortion industry post-Roe with a four-pronged strategy. Those prongs are 1) deregulating self-managed abortion through mail-order chemical abortion; 2) deprioritizing enforcement of abortion restrictions; 3) regulating the abortion industry’s only competition, pro-life medical pregnancy centers; and 4) devaluing religious liberty by conflating abortion with religious expression. The first

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Pro-life Pregnancy Centers Release Annual Service Report Ahead of Legislative Investigation

Six days after the firebombing of CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo, New York Gov. Hochul callously signed a bill investigating the victims instead of the arsonists, referring to pro-life people as ‘Neanderthals.’ The goal of the investigation is to pass more legislation restricting the activity of pregnancy centers simply because they do not provide

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Firebombed Pregnancy Center Executive Forgives Arsonists—Federal Legislation Unveiled

CompassCare became the first firebombed pro-life medical office to rebuild and reopen—just 52 days after the arson attack. At a press conference on August 1st, the organization celebrated a grand reopening with a ribbon cutting ceremony and a ground breaking ceremony. The press conference included statements from Rev. Jim Harden forgiving Jane’s Revenge as well

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Pro-Abortion Politicians Attack Christian, Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers

Pro-abortion terror group Jane’s Revenge gave pro-life pregnancy centers an ultimatum: disband in 30 days or face the consequences. Now after over 100 attacks nationwide, pro-abortion politicians seem to have joined Jane’s Revenge rally cry, “If abortion isn’t safe then neither are you.” On June 28, New York Attorney General Letitia James submitted an open

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New Yorkers Rally to Keep Serving Women After Firebombing

Early Tuesday morning, abortion arsonists firebombed CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo. Their intent was to keep CompassCare from providing for the unmet health and resource needs of women facing unplanned pregnancy. They did not succeed. The day of the firebombing, the Department of Homeland Security issued a bulletin warning of additional attacks of pro-life

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Church Making Massive Pro-life Investment in Capital Region

Not a sane woman alive ‘wants’ to have an abortion. A woman has an abortion not because she feels free – it is precisely the opposite. A woman has an abortion because she feels alone and trapped. She believes she ‘needs’ to have an abortion. The Church in New York through CompassCare empowers women with

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The Church, Human Equality and Abortion

For the last 49 years, the Christian community has stood in harm’s way, stock still in the intersection of cultural traffic after government eliminated the stoplight of human equality by legalizing abortion. What is it about the Church’s belief that causes so many Christians to be willing to test the patience of their fellow citizens,

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