Sunday, December 30, 2007

Ownership change would limit hospital abortions
State attorney general says transfer plans fall within guidelines --WND

Friday, December 14, 2007

Abortionist tells med students he has 'license to lie'
Doc responsible for several women's deaths admits barely washing hands between clients

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Man Charged With Murder for Slipping Abortion Drug to Girlfriend
( - A married Wisconsin man is charged with first-degree murder for slipping his girlfriend a drug that causes abortion, press reports said. Read News on the Web

Vox Populi: Experimenting with Aborted Baby Parts
( - Readers found it not only unethical but disgusting that scientists are conducting taxpayer-funded research on mice using aborted baby parts. Read Letters to the Editor

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Grand jury cleared to investigate abortionist
Tiller had sought to prevent review of claims against him

Pro-life truck impound 'attack on black families'
Was to be used to publicize alleged racism of abortion industry

Thursday, November 22, 2007

Romney Open to Incarcerating Abortionists
( - The presidential campaign of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney told Cybercast News Service on Wednesday that Romney does not favor punishing women who have abortions but does favor punishing abortionists, perhaps even with incarceration. Full Story

Thompson, Romney Praise Stem Cell Research, Others Mum
( - Two Republican presidential contenders have praised reports from two teams of scientists announcing their ability to create pluripotent stem cells from adult skin cells that appear to be as beneficial as more controversial embryonic stem cells. Full Story

Stem Cell Studies 'End Debate' on Embryos, Conservatives Say
( - Two groups of scientists are reporting success in creating advanced stem cells from adult human skin in papers that pro-life leaders are hailing as evidence that controversial cloning-based embryonic stem cell research is unnecessary. Full Story

Ethical Breakthrough Seen As Scientists Report Stem Cells Without Embryos
( - The White House Tuesday welcomed news of a breakthrough in stem cell research that some ethicists believe could spell the death knell for the controversial science of cloning human embryos for their cells. Full Story

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Cloning Pioneer Changes Direction, May Impact Embryonic Research Debate
( - A decision by cloning pioneer Ian Wilmut to abandon human embryo experimentation in favor of research that does not involve the creation and destruction of cloned embryos may undermine the campaign for the controversial work. Full Story

Sidebar: Send in the Clones
( - While most references to cloning involve animals such as sheep or even humans, the term actually has its origin in the science of plant life. Read today's Fact-O-Rama

Abortion Causes 'Hopelessness' in Black Communities, King Says
( - A recent Pew Research poll reported high levels of 'hopelessness' in African-American communities across the United States, a characteristic pro-life activists are linking to high abortion rates among black women. Full Story

Friday, November 16, 2007

Congress Urged to Defund Planned Parenthood
( - The nation's largest pro-life group is calling on Congress to stop giving taxpayer dollars to organizations that perform abortions by passing one of two bills designed to ban the funding of abortion. Full Story

Pro-Life Amendment Shot Down as UN Committee Okays Death Penalty Moratorium
( - The U.N. General Assembly is expected to vote in favor of a moratorium on the death penalty, following two days of rancorous debate during which more than a dozen proposed amendments were defeated, including one calling for the need to protect the lives of unborn children. Full Story

Wednesday, November 14, 2007


Unborn to be defined as 'persons'?
Colorado proposal would use loophole Blackmun created in 'Roe'

Pro-Life Amendment Moves Forward in Colorado
( - The Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday approved the wording a proposed constitutional amendment that would define a fertilized egg as a person in Colorado. Read News on the Web

New Law Expands Abortion Clinic Buffer Zone
( - Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick signed a bill Tuesday establishing a 35-foot buffer zone between abortion clinic entrances and pro-life protesters -- the strictest state law of its kind in the nation, the Boston Globe reported. Read News on the Web

Pro-Life Group Backs Thompson Despite Rejection of GOP Platform
( - Citing his pro-life voting record and electability, the nation's largest pro-life organization endorsed Republican Fred Thompson for president on Tuesday. Full Story

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Vox Populi: Thompson and the Pro-Life Platform Plank
( - Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson was criticized for his announcement that he doesn't support the pro-life plank of the GOP. Read Letters to the Editor
Court Sides With Pro-Life Pharmacists
( - A federal judge in Seattle has blocked Washington State's requirement that pharmacists sell "morning-after" birth control pills, even if they object on moral grounds. The ruling is considered a victory for pro-life pharmacists. Read News on the Web

Sunday, October 28, 2007


$300 million in subsidies for abortionists challenged
Christians cite pending case against Planned Parenthood

Nurses given power to end life under new guidelines
'This sounds like yet another nail in the coffin for vulnerable elderly patients'
--London Daily Mail

Thursday, October 18, 2007

On the road to Rodham and Gomorrah
Exclusive: Mark Crutcher sees abortion industry counting on Hillary Care to save it --WND

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Planned Parenthood facing 107 criminal charges
Judge finds probable cause for counts citing illegal abortions --WND

Sunday, October 7, 2007

After 5 Years Without Inspection, Abortion Clinic Closed Part I.
( - New Jersey health officials are not inspecting abortion clinics in that state regularly, apparently because they don't have the resources or the manpower. In one case, an abortion facility was not inspected for five years, and when inspectors finally visited, they found numerous, often morbid, violations, which led to the clinic losing its license and shutting down. Full Story

Abortion 'Best Predictor of Breast Cancer,' New Study Says
( - New research conducted by a British statistician showed that abortion is the "best predictor of breast cancer" among seven acknowledged risk factors, though fertility is also useful in anticipating the incidence of the disease. Full Story

Friday, October 5, 2007

Clinton Pledges to Expand Federal Funding of Embryonic Stem Cell Research
( - If Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) is elected president, she plans to lift restrictions on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research, she announced Thursday. Read News on the Web
WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Complaint says abortion done without permission
Cites case of teen injected with digoxin before signing consent --WND

First Manilow, now Whoopi, hassles View's Hasselbeck
Goldberg: Americans ought to 'revere' women who have had abortions --Lifesite

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

New Planned Parenthood Clinic Opening for Business on Tuesday
( - The mayor of Aurora, Ill., says a new Planned Parenthood clinic will be allowed to open after three different attorneys found no legal basis to deny it an occupancy permit. The clinic will start seeing patients Tuesday morning, Planned Parenthood said. Read News on the Web

Friday, September 28, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive

Abortion clinic with 'bloody carpets' closed
City official reports business license discontinued, building vacated

Thursday, September 27, 2007

Verizon Wireless Says Yes to Pro-Abortion Group After All
( - Verizon Wireless has bowed to pressure from an abortion rights group and will allow NARAL Pro-Choice America to set up a text message alert system for its subscribers, Reuters reports. Read News on the Web

Pro-Life Movement Urged to Agree on a Unified Strategy
( - A conservative public interest law firm is urging pro-life supporters to engage in a national debate on the direction of the pro-life movement. Full Story

Georgetown Will Fund Law Students Who Intern at Planned Parenthood
( - Georgetown University, a Roman Catholic school, will no longer deny university funding for law students who intern at places like Planned Parenthood, reported. Read News on the Web

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive

Libel case to accuse Planned Parenthood
Mega-clinic chief links pro-lifers to 'violence'

Friday, September 21, 2007

Judge Blocks Opening of Planned Parenthood Clinic
( - A federal judge on Thursday turned down a request from Planned Parenthood to allow its Chicago-area chapter to open a newly built clinic in Aurora, Ill. The judge is waiting for the city government to finish investigating charges that the abortion provider used secrecy and fraud to obtain a building permit. Full Story

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
City asked to evict Planned Parenthood
Abortion provider accused of getting mega-clinic through deception --WND

Saturday, September 15, 2007

Abortion Clinic Goes to Court in Attempt to Open As Planned
( - Planned Parenthood will argue in federal court today that the city of Aurora should be forced to allow the agency to open a clinic there, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Read News on the Web

Sunday, September 9, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Planned Parenthood warned:Retract lies or face lawsuit
Abortion group cites charges of pro-life violencepreviously rejected by Supreme Court – 3 times --WND

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Abortion Group Lobbies EU for Increased Rights
( - The International Planned Parenthood Federation is lobbying leaders of the European Union to focus on abortion rights issues on the continent while also acknowledging that reproductive laws are the responsibility of individual governments. Full Story

Sidebar: Born in Bombay
( - The International Planned Parenthood Federation now has more than 149 member associations working in more than 189 countries. But how many groups did the organization consist of when it started back in 1952? Read today's Fact-O-Rama

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Deception built super-secret abortion clinic
Outrage sparked after Planned Parenthood conceals site ownership --WND

Thursday, August 23, 2007

World Net Daily


Company offers to turn embryos into spare body parts
Parents of in-vitro babies given option to create stem-cell lines for future therapies --LifeSite

Over-the-counter sales of 'morning-after pill' soar 'If you find yourself in a position to need it, absolutely it should be available' --Associated Press

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Shots assist in aborting fetuses - Boston Globe
In response to the Supreme Court decision upholding the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, many abortion providers in Boston and around the country have adopted a defensive tactic. To avoid any chance of partially delivering a live fetus, they are injecting fetuses with lethal drugs before procedures.

Prolife Issues

'Crunch' Time on Abortion as Top Amnesty Inter'l Body Meets - CNS News

'Kill the babies to save doctors': Hospitals give lethal injections before abortion to avoid legal charges under partial-birth ban - WorldNetDaily

Cities planning 960-hour prayer vigils: 40 Days for Life to target abortion businesses - WorldNetDaily

Shots assist in aborting fetuses: Lethal injections offer legal shield - Boston Globe

Abortion Raises Crime Rates, Economist Says - CNS News

Thursday, July 26, 2007


Planned Parenthood rape stats questioned
Activists say dozens of 'cases' missing

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

CNS News
Planned Parenthood Reports Record Abortions, High Profits
World Net Daily
Suspect in child rape found dead
Tuesday, July 24, 2007 -- A sexual assault suspect arrested after pro-life protesters gave police a photograph showing his vehicle at an abortion clinic where his victim reported getting an abortion has been found dead. Authorities in Bryant, Ark., have confirme ...

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Abortion clinic director arrested
Accused of threatening peaceful pro-life protesters --WND

Sunday, July 1, 2007

Planned Parenthood Blamed for Woman's Death
( - A California woman has filed a medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit against Planned Parenthood, alleging that the abortion provider contributed to her daughter's death. Full Story

Monday, June 25, 2007

CNS News

Planned Parenthood Blamed for Woman's Death
( - A California woman has filed a medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit against Planned Parenthood, alleging that the abortion provider contributed to her daughter's death. Full Story

Pro-Life Activists Gear Up for Fall Campaign
( - A Roman Catholic cable television network is airing a program on Monday intended to "set Christians across America on fire to peacefully work to end abortion." Full Story

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

It's Not Enough to Be 'Wanted' - Jun 19, 2007 By JOHN R. LOTT JR. The abortion debate usually centers on the morality of the act itself. But liberalizing abortion rules from 1969 to 1973 ignited vast social changes in America. With the perennial political debate over abortion again consuming the presidential campaign and the Supreme Court, it ...


WorldNetDaily Exclusive

Planned Parenthood accused in woman's death
Lawsuit says clinic worker triggered 'raging systemic infection' --WND

Bush vetoes embryonic stem cell bill
'I will not allow our nation to cross this moral line' --Associated Press


CNS News

Bush Vetoes Stem Cell Research Bill Again
( - As expected, President Bush Wednesday vetoed a measure that would expand federal funding of embryonic stem cell research, similar to a bill he vetoed a year before. Full Story

Friday, June 15, 2007

WorldNetDaily ExclusivePro-lifers defeat another trespassing charge
Colleges down 0-2 as 'citizen's arrest' of 3 found to be invalid --WND


CNS News

Record Abortions, Profits for Planned Parenthood
( - Despite a drop in donations and the first fall in income from clinics in its history, the nation's biggest abortion provider made a record profit last year, thanks to the American taxpayer. Pro-lifers want it to stop. Full Story

Thursday, June 14, 2007

WorldNetDaily Exclusive

'Tiller the killer' abortion charges coming to head
Under pressure from pro-life groups, state moves toward ruling on case

Vatican urges end to Amnesty International aid
Catholics told to stop donating because group promotes abortion
--BBC News

U.N.: 60 million girls missing in Asia
Infanticide, abortion blamed – young men emigrate overseas to find brides
--Associated Press


Sunday, June 10, 2007

CNS News

Round-Up: Republicans Pledge to Stop Stem Cell Bill Again
( -Democrats in the House of Representatives on Thursday once again passed legislation that would expand federal funding for embryonic stem cell research, but Republicans pledged to uphold an anticipated presidential veto. Full Story

No Need to Destroy Embryos, Several Studies Show
( - Three different group studies published this week document the successful creation of stem cells without destroying human embryos. The studies were reported the same day the House of Representatives passed the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act, allowing federal funding for more types of embryonic stem cell research. The Senate passed the bill in April. Full Story

Bill Would Force Pharmacists to Offer Contraception
( - Congressional Democrats and other advocates of emergency contraception on Wednesday introduced a bill that would require pharmacies to offer emergency birth control, even if the pharmacists object to doing so on moral grounds. Full Story

Embryonic Stem Cell Research Turns Women Into 'Human Factories,' Group Says( - A bill expanding federal funding of embryonic stem cell research - which cleared the House and faces a presidential veto - "belittles women" and turns them into "human factories," a pro-life group said Thursday. But a group in favor of the bill is calling on President Bush to "do the right thing" and sign it into law. Full Story

Pro-Lifers Split Over Partial Birth Abortion Ruling
( - The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding a federal ban on partial-birth abortions has failed to satisfy some conservatives, and by some accounts, that ruling has created a split among pro-lifers. Full Story

Bill Could ''Gut'' Policy Denying Aid to Pro-Abortion Groups
( - A measure approved by a House of Representatives panel would "basically gut" the U.S. policy of banning foreign aid to groups that provide or promote abortions, a conservative analyst charged on Wednesday. Full Story

Women Urge More Funding for Contraception
( - Marking the anniversary of a 1965 Supreme Court decision dealing with access to birth control, liberal women's rights groups Thursday announced a new legislative push, charging that women were "still fighting for the right to contraceptives." Full Story


Washington, DC ( -- Further analysis of the new annual report submitted by Planned Parenthood shows why it has earned the dubious distinction of being the nation's largest abortion business. While the report shows it made hundreds of millions of dollars from abortions, it shows no adoption referrals.

Manchester, NH ( -- Parents in New Hampshire are outraged after learning that the YMCA, in partnership with a local school district, took a group of junior high school students to a Planned Parenthood abortion business. The Manchester school district has come under fire for the trip and promises students will never go there again.

Washington, DC ( -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has drawn guffaws from the pro-life community for comments saying that embryonic stem cell research, which involves the destruction of days-old human embryos, is a "gift from God." Her remarks came after the House approved a bill to force Americans to fund it.

Washington, DC ( -- In their public relations campaigns and efforts to appear more moderate, Planned parenthood claims that they are much more than an abortion business. However, Planned Parenthood's latest annual report reveals it made $902.8 million dollars from 2005-2006 and did 264,943 abortions.

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Lightning strikes Giuliani on abortion
Rudy interrupted by act of God during debate answer --CNN/YouTube

Gisele rips Church on abortion, birth control
'Today no one is a virgin when they get married ... show me someone who's a virgin!' --Reuters

Clinton on infidelity, prayer and abortion
Politics on the Hudson, NY - 13 hours agoClinton responded that her long-term goal has been to support “abortion being safe, legal, and rare. And, by rare, I mean rare.’’ ...

Poll Finds Rudy Giuliani's Pro-Abortion Views Hurts Him With ..., MT - 14 hours agoWashington, DC ( -- Another poll is showing that Rudy Giuliani's pro-abortion views are hurting him with Republican voters who will determine ...

Sunday, June 3, 2007


Abortionist pays to avoid assault trial
Civil case says he tried to hit man with car, 'escort' attacked child

Friday, May 25, 2007

Anti-abortion bill becomes law in Oklahoma

Anti-abortion bill becomes law in Oklahoma
Thu May 24, 2007 4:56PM EDT

The Real Planned Parenthood

The Real Planned Parenthood
By Tom McClusky Published 5/23/2007 12:07:47 AM
From The American Spectator (