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