Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance
You and I constantly hear pro-abortion extremists scream that the supposed mental health of the mother is somehow more important than the life of an unborn baby.
Psychological mumbo jumbo vs. death?
Frankly, this shows there must be something wrong with their minds.
But now there's a new study that shows even this rationalization excusing abortion-on-demand is false.
The fact is, not only do parental intervention laws save the lives of unborn babies and give parents back the right to stop an abortion from being performed on their minor daughter. . .
. . . but they also reduce suicide rates among teen girls by as much as 11 to 21 percent.
These findings released in Economic Inquiry demonstrate the fact that abortion decisions by pregnant teens lead to feelings of overwhelming guilt.
If you have time to take a look at this study on the dual life-saving results of parental intervention laws, I encourage you to click on the picture below to read the article.
But the bottom line is that hundreds of thousands of unborn babies die as a result of wrongheaded decisions, and one out of five abortions is performed on a minor.
And it's evident that a parent's intervention to stop an abortion can save not only the unborn baby's life but in many cases save two lives -- both the unborn baby and the teenage mother.