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A Sidewalk Turnaround

As Kathryn mentions below, a couple to whom Kim had given a brochure in front came out of PP and sat a while on the bench in back; both Kim and Bentley called to them and they eventually came walking out the driveway and asked, “Where do we go?”  They had an ultrasound inside which showed the baby at 21 weeks, too far along for PP to do an abortion.  But they refused to tell them if the baby was a boy or girl.  (Amy tells us that PP makes clients sign a form stating that they will not be shown the ultrasound... lest they change...

View from the Side Walk

Not a whole lot of people entered the front entrance where a number of us stood to counsel and to pray - two couples, two single women, and one woman dropped off. Most noteworthy was a situation with a very young, scared looking woman who when approaching the building was quickly surrounded by two escorts. Theresa and I attempted to talk to her and did our best, but the woman escort, a regular, grabbed her by the arm and steered her past us into the door of PP. I would have talked to Steve (and maybe still will), but the other escort present (our doctor "friend" - a reasonable fellow), quickly...

Days at the Capital

Just got back from Catholic Days at the Capitol.  Visited with Senator Gruters and Rep. James Buchanan.  Both received us very graciously in their offices and we were able to talk to them about the Parental Consent Bill.  Gruters is a sponsor of the bill and Buchanan is co-sponsoring it.  We heard the debate in the Senate Chamber.  Most enlightening.  Senator Farmer argued that it would cost $250,000 to raise a child; so if a parent were not to give their consent, they should be made to sign an agreement to underwrite the unborn child's cost of living. (Can't make this stuff up!)  Senator Burman argued...

Texas A&M Pro-Abortion Student Group Caught Promoting Illegal AbortionsPeter Pinedo

An abortion workshop to teach students and employees how to kill preborn children with illegal abortion drugs was hosted by a official student group at Texas A&M University this week. Texas A&M University, one of Texas’ largest state-funded colleges, is home to a pro-abortion student group called “Medical Students for Choice” that advertised the virtual workshop on the university’s official website. The how-to workshop was taught by New York abortionist April Lockley. The university’s website explains that “students will learn the various ways individuals self-manage and self-source medication abortion.” Medical Students for Choice also promoted the illegal activity through...

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Texas A&M Pro-Abortion Student Group Caught Promoting Illegal AbortionsPeter Pinedo

An abortion workshop to teach students and employees how to kill preborn children with illegal abortion drugs was hosted by a official student group at Texas A&M University this week. Texas A&M University, one of Texas’ largest state-funded colleges, is home to a pro-abortion student group called “Medical Students for Choice” that advertised the virtual workshop on the university’s official website. The how-to workshop was taught by New York abortionist April Lockley. The university’s website explains that “students will learn the various ways individuals self-manage and self-source medication abortion.” Medical Students for Choice also promoted the illegal activity through...

Methodist Pastor Attends Planned Parenthood Rally, Claims Christians Can Support AbortionMicaiah Bilger

There has been an aggressive attempt by the pro-abortion movement lately to convince Christians that it’s ok to support the killing of unborn babies in abortions. Often the message comes through local news reports like one in the Omaha World-Herald this week. The article highlighted different religious perspectives on the issue, but it especially focused on Debra McKnight, a United Methodist Church pastor in Omaha, Nebraska. McKnight advocates openly for legalized abortion, even attending Planned Parenthood rallies wearing a clerical collar, according to the report. In the interview, she challenged the established Christian belief that babies in the womb are valuable and...

Mother Sues Planned Parenthood After Botched Abortion, Abandoning Her After Baby Didn’t DieMicaiah Bilger

A New York mother filed a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood and two Albany hospitals this summer for allegedly botching a first-trimester abortion and then abandoning her when she began suffering complications. The lawsuit by Nakara Alston, 25, of Albany, is the latest in a long series of cases accusing the billion-dollar abortion chain of botched abortions and negligence. In 2014, for example, Planned Parenthood paid a $2 million settlement to the family of Tonya Reaves who died along with her unborn baby after an abortion in Illinois. In the latest case, The Times Union reports Alston accused the Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood of...

Man Who Admitted Shooting Pro-Life Grandma Still Hasn’t Been ChargedSteven Ertelt

A liberal man who admitted shooting a pro-life grandma who was merely canvassing against a radical pro-abortion ballot measure in Michigan still doesn’t face any criminal charges. More than a week has elapsed since Richard Harvey shot the unnamed pro-life advocate in the back on September 20th. Harvey has admitted to shooting an elderly pro-life woman who was canvassing homes to campaign against Proposal 3, which would legalize abortions up to birth in the state. Meanwhile, his wife is a radical leftist and abortion activist who regularly threatens conservatives in social media posts. During a recent local TV interview,...

Judge Blocks Indiana Law to Stop Planned Parenthood Selling Aborted Baby PartsSteven Ertelt

A federal judge blocked an Indiana law Monday that requires abortion facilities to bury or cremate aborted babies, ruling that the measure violates some women’s religious freedom. The law passed in 2016 to ensure that abortion facilities do not sell or improperly dispose of aborted babies’ bodies. Planned Parenthood also challenged the law, but the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the state in 2019. On Monday, however, U.S. District Judge Richard L. Young ruled that the law is unconstitutional on religious freedom and free speech grounds in response to a separate lawsuit, The Indianapolis Star reports. “The Constitution prohibits ‘mechanisms,...

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