Staci Fox, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Southeast headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia said this about the Alabama ban on human slaughter: “[T]hese laws are unconstitutional and they [pro-life advocates] don’t care.”
It’s remarkable that the Founding Fathers managed to make clear to “progressives” that women have a constitutional right to have their offspring offed without ever uttering a single word about it in the U.S. Constitution.
Here are some quotes from liberal scholars and writers on Roe v. Wade collected by Timothy P. Carney, commentary editor at the Washington Examiner and a visiting fellow at the American …
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Tagged Alan Dershowitz, American Enterprise Institute, Benjamin Wittes, Brookings Institution, dred scott, Earl Warren, Edward Lazarus, George Washington University Law School, Harry Blackmun, Harvard Law School, Jeffrey Rosen, John Hart Ely, Kermit Roosevelt, Laurence Tribe, Michael Kinsley, Planned Parenthood, Roe v. Wade, Slate magazine, Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner, William Saletan
Before you watch the video below, get yourself a bucket into which you can spit those nails.This video was taken by unhinged, self-righteous, virtue-signaling, illogical, morally vacuous, anti-Catholic, homosexual activist Pennsylvania State Representative Brian Sims (D-Philadelphia) while for over eight minutes, he harasses an elderly woman who is praying the rosary in front of a Planned Parenthood abattoir, repeatedly calling her actions shameful, disgusting, and grotesque.
Illinois state lawmakers are on spring break for the next two weeks. Many of them have announced "in-district" work hours. This is a great time to get an appointment with your state representative and senator to talk to them about your concerns, especially your concerns about these extreme anti-life bills which would expand abortion's reach in our state...
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Tagged Chris Emmanuel Welch, Elgie Sims, HB 2467, HB 2495, International Workers' Day, Kelly Cassidy, May Day, Melinda Bush, Planned Parenthood, Reproductive Health Act, SB 1594, SB 1942
Last week ten lawmakers from the Jewish Caucus in Springfield sponsored a resolution condemning Illinois Family Action (IFA) and Illinois Family Institute (IFI) for engaging in what they call “hate speech,” because IFA compared the abortion holocaust to the Jewish Holocaust. Titled “Illinois Family Action-Hate Speech” (HJR 55), the resolution uses subjective hyperbole, disreputable sources and unreasonable inferences that make the alleged offense seem overtly sinister.
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Tagged Anna Moeller, anti-Semitism, bigotry, Bob Morgan, Daniel Didech, extreme rhetoric, hate speech, homophobia, Illinois State Police, Jennifer Gong-Gershowitz, Jewish Holocaust, Jussie Smollett, Karina Villa, Nazi Holocaust, Planned Parenthood, Sara Feigenholtz, Yehiel Kalish
Maybe everyone knew this but me. If not, you better be sitting down for this one.
Though not required by law, Illinois provides a program of benefits called Medicaid Presumptive Eligibility(MPE). MPE “offers immediate, temporary coverage for outpatient healthcare for pregnant women…. There are no co-payments or premiums in MPE.” MPE, which takes effect immediately and remains in effect for 30 days after the month in which it takes effect, provides “outpatient services like prenatal checkups, doctor visits, lab tests, prenatal vitamins, medicine, specialty medical care, eye care, dental care, emergency room care, mental health and …
There are two dates on my mind today. The first is January 22, 1973, the day the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Roe v. Wade, opening the door for virtually unlimited abortion on demand. Since that day, over 61 million Americans have perished at the hands of medical practitioners who shun the Hippocratic Oath. Let that number sink in for a minute. 61,000,000. That equates to about the total populations of California and Texas combined!
There have been so many deaths from abortion that many Americans are becoming desensitized to the issue. I remember the initial response to Roe …
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Tagged 911 Memorial, Abortion, Andrew Cuomo, Isaiah 49:15, J.B. Pritzker, New York City, Planned Parenthood, Psalm 56:8, Reproductive Health Act, Roe v. Wade, September 11th Memorial, taxpayer funding of abortion, Unborn child
Illinois’ newly installed governor, billionaire J.B. Pritzker, looked at the mess that decades of “progressive” rule has made of Illinois and had an epiphany: OMG, the problem here in Illinois is that it’s not progressive enough! That set him on a quest to out-“progressive” every “progressive” state in the union—well, at least regarding feticide. At a press conference pregnant with symbolism held at Chicago’s Planned Parenthood (PP) office on Tuesday, Pritzker issued this proclamation:
On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, I’m proud to declare under my administration, the State of Illinois will be the most progressive state in
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Tagged Amelia Bonow, Andrew Cuomo, Bruce Rauner, feticide, Francis Beckwith, J.B. Pritzker, James Pritzker, Leana Wen, personhood, Planned Parenthood, Roe v. Wade
On the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker held a news conference at a Chicago Planned Parenthood office to sign an executive order expanding abortion access in Illinois. With all the work that needs to be done in our state, the celebration and championing of abortion, what Planned Parenthood likes to call “reproductive rights,” will do nothing to solve the state’s growing fiscal crisis and outbound migration.
Recently, I saw an amazing video in a post on the Nurses&Midwives4Life Ireland Facebook page showing a living, first trimester baby on a surgical field. The baby was moving its’ tiny head and limbs remarkably like a newborn baby. The image was both beautiful and heartbreaking since this little one could not survive.
In a stunning December 20, 2018 New York Times article titled “Planned Parenthood Is Accused of Mistreating Pregnant Employees”, former employees of the $1.5 billion dollar ($543.7 million in government grants and reimbursements) organization assert that they were discriminated against because of their pregnancies.
Ryan Bomberger, Chief Creative Officer and co-founder of The Radiance Foundation, recently spoke, by invitation, at an on-campus event hosted by the Wheaton College Republicans. In a presentation entitled Black Lives Matter In and Out of the Womb, Mr. Bomberger shares his compelling personal story and addresses the connection between race and abortion by utilizing video clips and fact-based graphics to illustrate this social injustice that specifically and disproportionately targets the black community.
As a self-proclaimed factivist, Bomberger speaks the truth – informed by Scripture and biblical principles – regarding the hypocritical alliance between Black Lives Matter …
Publicity-hound in sheep’s clothing, Nadia Bolz-Weber, former pastor of a fake church in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) denomination, is in the news again. Last August, Bolz-Weber made the news by proclaiming that “consumption of pornography” shouldn’t be shamed. In her view, there’s nothing intrinsically wrong with watching “ethically sourced” porn as long as people consume it in moderation.
Abortion pills are becoming more common among women seeking to abort their offspring, and the availability of these pills online is growing, allowing women to avoid going to an abortion clinic entirely.
Numerous news outlets have reported on the efforts of Dutch physician Rebecca Gomperts to expand her 13-year-old internet abortion-pill business Women on Web into the U.S. Gomperts, who launched her U.S. push in April, has received awards from Planned Parenthood and various feminist groups and is also known for her environmental activism.
Reports in the mainstream media have portrayed Gomperts’ efforts as heroic or at least worthwhile, while …
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Tagged abortion pill reversal, Abortion Pills, Aid Access, Al Mohler, Americans United for Life, Food and Drug Administration, Heartbeat International, LifeSiteNews, Mifeprex, mifepristone, misoprostol, Mother Jones, oe v. Wade, Planned Parenthood, Rebecca Gomperts, RU 486, SCOTUS, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Women on Web
This call-to-prayer is in response to an event taking place tomorrow in New York, when witches claim they will place hexes and curses on President Donald Trump and U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh. They are selling tickets for $10 to attend this event. Twenty five percent of the proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
We are very sad to report that the U.S. House of Representatives voted last night, by a vote of 361 to 61 (with 6 not voting) to pass a spending bill that includes taxpayer-funding for Planned Parenthood, which is still getting around $500 million a year in federal money.
What is even more disturbing is the fact that the entire Illinois Congressional Delegation–pro-life Republicans and pro-abortion Democrats alike–voted in unison to approve these appropriations. This despite the repeated strong appeals from pro-life groups in Illinois to defund the abortion giant.
Ironically, Planned Parenthood has been very vocal about spending millions …