There are many abortion methods, most of which pro-lifers are familiar with already; but one method that doesn’t often get much notice is the induced stillbirth method. When a woman comes into a facility for a late-term abortion, this is the procedure that is sometimes used.
In a Monday LA Times op-ed, The Times Editorial Board called for an end to the Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives, which has been investigating the alleged fetal body parts market in the United States.
The Times’ claims, “The House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives has yet to find any proof that anyone is selling or buying fetal tissue.” The authors go on to address specific instances in which they believe the Select Panel’s findings are more politically motivated speculation than evidence.
The United States is one of seven nations that allow for elective abortions past 20 weeks, and one of four countries that permit abortions until the moment of birth.
Abortionist Dr. Warren Hern’s abortion facility in Boulder, Colorado, does abortions all the way up until birth. He brazenly advertises third trimester abortions on his website. The next time someone tells you that abortions never happen in the third trimester, send them to Hern’s site.
Abortion clinic manager turned pro-lifer, Abby Johnson, once described a conversation she and the workers at her abortion facility had about Hern. Johnson said her boss at the time said the babies aborted by Hern are so large, “they come out crying and looking for their mama.”
Healthcare providers work diligently day in and day out in an effort to save lives. Unfortunately, the stark reality is that death happens; not all lives can be saved. Those who support abortion frequently ask the tough question, “what about abortion to save a mother’s life or for her health?”
The abortion industry would have us think that the United States is extreme for its current trend in abortion restrictions at the state level. But in fact, it is our lack of restrictions, compared to the rest of the world, that makes the United States extreme. We are one of only seven nations which allows for elective abortions past 20-weeks and one of only four nations which allows for them up until birth.
How does the abortion industry fit into this? One would be hard-pressed to find any common sense abortion restriction that they would be willing to support.
Planned Parenthood has been promoting their “We are Planned Parenthood” videos on social media, and one in particular is striking, as it hardly lines up with reality…
A former Planned Parenthood abortion counselor talked with Catholic Answer’s Patrick Coffin about why she left America’s largest abortion chain.
Jessica Mason Pieklo, best known for pushing pro-abortion falsehoods under the guise of legal expertise, is at it again. At Rewire (formerly known as RH Reality Check), she complains that “Senate Republicans’ refusal to do their jobs” has given Barack Obama’s judicial nominee Merrick Garland “the dubious distinction of being the longest U.S. Supreme Court nominee ever to go without a vote to confirm or reject his appointment.”
Garland, you may recall, hasn’t ruled directly on abortion, but he did vote to deny Priests for Life an en banc hearing in its case against the Obama Administration’s contraception mandate, effectively preserving an earlier ruling in favor of the mandate. He’s also lavished praise on Justice Harry Blackmun, author of Roe v. Wade, and formerly clerked for Justice William Brennan, a “living Constitution” proponent instrumental in shaping the “privacy” rationale that led to Roe. Seventy-five percent of Garland’s law clerks have gone on to work for judicial activists like Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan, while just a quarter of them went on to work for originalists.
A new GenForward and Black Youth Project poll appears to show that 45 percent of the millennial population supports a woman’s ‘right’ to an abortion — which is inconsistent with a number of other polls on the subject. A closer look at the poll’s language may reveal the reason why it is considered an outlier, and therefore, unreliable.
Mother Jones, which has posted articles in support of abortion many times before, recently attempted to sway the public into thinking the abortion debate has been “reframed” because of certain cherrypicked research in author Nina Martin’s article. In their world, only pro-abortion research is legitimate, and it’s taken as gospel.
Abortion advocates’ attacks on Trump running mate Mike Pence continue, and if they’re starting to sound familiar, there’s a reason for that.
On MSNBC, Jeff Sharlet (who Raw Story describes as an “expert of Christian fundamentalism”) described Pence as “probably the most anti-abortion presidential or VP candidate we’ve had.”
I guarantee that with the exception of Michael Flynn, almost anybody Donald Trump picked would have been labeled the “most anti-abortion ever.”
The Democratic Party’s 2016 platform draft reveals that the party will go “further than previous Democratic platforms” on the issue of abortion.
A press release from the Democratic National Convention states that the platform includes language to repeal the Hyde Amendment, as well as to overturn pro-life laws:
Pro-abortion advocates are no strangers to using propaganda and even lies in order to promote their cause. Erin Matson, a pro-abortion, self-described feminist and former editor-at-large at RH Reality Check and vice president of NOW Action, became a recent example of this. Matson founded a direct action group called Reproaction, and attacked pro-lifers last month in a webinar titled “Why ‘Pro-Life Feminism’ Is Just Not Possible.”
At one point during the hour-long webinar, Matson tried to dispel the notion that women regret their abortions, even claiming that women don’t “deserve better than” abortion — they simply deserve abortion…