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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

The year's top graphics

It's hard to believe that 2014 is coming to an end. What a year it's been for the pro-life movement! As we've done for the past few years, we review 2014 with the year's most liked and shared graphics (today) and most-read blog articles (tomorrow).

#10: Who are you calling a prude?
I'm so glad this made the cut, because it's a personal favorite.

#9: This ridiculous argument needs to die.

#8: Welcome home, Deanna.
Promoting this article

#7: Abortion advocates don't own feminism.
Related to this article

#6: The fact that something rhymes does not make it a strong argument.
Why yes, you can purchase this bumper sticker, with proceeds benefiting SPL.

#5: Good ol' Hitch.
No, he was not consistently pro-life on all issues, or even for all unborn
children. But he challenged orthodoxy and acknowledged the possibility
of a secular pro-life ethic, and that means a lot to us.

#4: Hooray science!
Sources? Of course.

#3: And more science!

#2: So. Effing. Frustrating.

And our #1 graphic of the year, posted on the third anniversary of Dr. Bernard Nathanson's death:

If you aren't familiar with Dr. Nathanson, take the time to do some research. A former abortionist turned pro-life leader, he was a pro-life atheist before it was cool. I deeply regret that I never got to meet him.

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