Statistics indicate that pro-life political, educational, and service efforts have been effective.
According to new statistics, between 2014 and 2015, the number of abortions declined by 2 percent, and the abortion rate declined by about 4 percent.
Polling indicates that a majority of Americans supports limiting abortion, but we still need more data.
Samuel Abrams recently published a New York Times op-ed about ideological bias among university administrators.
West Virginia's Amendment 1 should inspire pro-life activists in other states to use direct democracy to enact protections for the preborn.
Voters in both West Virginia and Oregon will have the opportunity to protect unborn children through direct democracy.
Conservative students can often more easily avoid hostile professors than they can avoid hostile administrators.
Guttmacher is quick to highlight study results that advance the group’s policy views while largely ignoring data that contradict them.
A majority of registered voters think abortion should be either illegal or only legal in limited cases such as rape, incest, or to save the life of the mother.
A new poll finds that only 46 percent of Millennial women identify as feminists, and only 28 percent believe abortion should be available for any reason.