Abortion 101primer, history
James Davison Hunter lamented that debate on abortion “takes place in a context of colossal ignorance.” A campaign of misinformation has kept most Americans in the dark. These prolife, prochoice, and abortion-neutral sites should fill in the gaps.
**A Primer on “Abortion Distortion”**
A good, solid look at how lies were used to foist off abortion-on-demand in the guise of preventing maternal deaths.
Abortion history, with a focus on the United States, and pre-legalization abortionists and practice and criminal abortions.
A collection of links on abortion laws and court decisions, with a focus in the United States.
Abortion is a horrible way for a woman to die. Legalization hasn’t changed that. We don’t even know how many women’s lives legal abortion claims, because nobody’s keeping track.
How many abortions are there? Who has them? What kinds of abortions are performed most often?
Links on the various methods for performing abortions.
**Cells, Fetuses, and Logic**
Examining the logic behind the morality of prolife thought, as reflected in the stem cell debate.
RU-486, methotrexate, misoprostol. A boon to women — or to malpractice attorneys?
**Polls and Attitudes**
A variety of polls and analyses from a variety of sources.
**Prominent liberals says foreigners aren’t people**
Taking apart the proabortion “logic” that claims the 14th Amendment excludes fetuses from “personhood.”
**Save the Baby Humans Foundation**
A collection of summarized abortion information and links.
**State Pro-Life Efforts/Information**
state-by-state listing of life issues resources, news, and organizations. From abortion deaths to local pro-life groups, this is the starting point for finding your state’s information.
Key players in the life issues culture war, from pro life advocates to abortion enthusiasts, historical figures to contemporary activists.