DeSantis struck a chord

Melissa Ohden

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis clearly struck a chord in last week’s Republican debate when he referenced an abortion survivor he knew. The Governor said: “I know a lady in Florida named Penny. She survived multiple abortion attempts. She was left discarded in a pan. Fortunately, her grandmother saved her and brought her to a different…

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What candidates said about abortion at the first Republican debate

first Republican debate

Fox News hosted the first Republican debate last night, moderated by Bret Baier and Martha McCallum. Baier asked Ron DeSantis his views on the abortion issue. Here is how the Florida governor responded (above): Ron DeSantis: “ … we sold the biggest election landslide victory in the history of the Republican Party in the state…

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Thanks to all of our volunteers

Pulse Life Advocates exhibits at the Iowa State Fair as a critical strategy in our pro-life educational outreach. We touch tens of thousands of people every year with life-affirming messages that matter. We couldn’t do it without a committed team of volunteers. We share our pro-life booth with our friends at Iowa Right to Life.…

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The votes have been tallied!

2023 Corn Poll

The 2023 Iowa State Fair has come to a steamy close. Our annual corn poll yielded some interesting results. Before we share them, many thanks to all the volunteers who helped Pulse Life Advocates man our booth and fulfill our mission … … to inform, educate, and inspire a new generation to value the sanctity…

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Fifth Circuit Court nixes mail-order abortion pills

Some good pro-life news: The Fifth Circuit Court said yesterday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) erred when it allowed mail order abortion pills in 2016 and 2021. Let’s take a closer look. Is this a big deal? This is a “significant victory” exclaimed Erin Hawley, an attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom…

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Anti-Catholic bigotry is epidemic

Anti Catholic bigotry

America has worked hard to promote pluralism. We’ve been wildly successful. Yes, there have been setbacks. But our motto of e pluribus unum, “out of many, one,” has worked because our nation enshrined in our Constitution as its most important rights the freedoms of religion and speech. The re-emergence of anti-Catholic bigotry in the past…

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Global ‘boiling’ is bad for the planet’s sanity

global boiling

For those not old enough to remember these things, climate scientists warned we were heading into another ice age back in 1971. Seriously. (See the video below from 1979.) By the 1990s, the story had changed: we faced an existential threat of global warming. When the data didn’t cooperate, the new threat was ‘climate change.’…

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