Live Action News http://liveactionnews.org Covering Human Rights, Abortion, & Pro-Life Issues Sat, 27 Aug 2016 13:21:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 University of New Mexico aborted fetal research gets national media attention http://liveactionnews.org/university-new-mexico-aborted-fetal-research-gets-national-media-attention/ http://liveactionnews.org/university-new-mexico-aborted-fetal-research-gets-national-media-attention/#respond Sat, 27 Aug 2016 11:21:45 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99651 A video of the head of the Health Sciences Center at the University of New Mexico admitting the university allowed high school students to dissect fetal brains in a summer camp program has gotten the attention of a national media outlet, which may mean more mainstream coverage is imminent. Fox News reported this week on … Continue reading University of New Mexico aborted fetal research gets national media attention

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A video of the head of the Health Sciences Center at the University of New Mexico admitting the university allowed high school students to dissect fetal brains in a summer camp program has gotten the attention of a national media outlet, which may mean more mainstream coverage is imminent.

Fox News reported this week on the June 23 report from the House Select Panel on Infant Lives in which it referred the university to the New Mexico attorney general for criminal charges for possibly violating New Mexico’s Jonathan Spradling Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.

One of the issues on which Fox reports is the dissection of aborted fetal brains by summer camp students. The story notes:

Blackburn charged the school broke state laws governing the use of aborted fetal tissue it received from Southwestern Women’s Options, which provides late-term abortions. Published reports said the tissue was used for research and even dissected at what has been described as summer camps in 2012 and 2014.

It’s likely that this story got Fox’s attention when, recently, the chancellor of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, who is also the dean of the medical school, Paul Roth, admitted on video — even after being told he was being recorded — that high school students did, in fact, dissect fetal brains in summer camp:

Yes, we had a faculty member who obtained some tissue, and during one of these summer workshops, uh, dissected I think one or two fetal brains.

Fox News Reports:

 Frank Scaturro, special counsel for the U.S. House Select Panel on Infant Lives, said he would hope New Mexico takes the recommendation seriously.

“I would think if it would come from a legislative body I would think it would carry weight,” says Scaturro.

A spokesman for Balderas confirm [sic] receipt of the criminal referral.

“I can confirm the Office of the Attorney General has received a public referral and this matter is under review,” said James Hallinan. “All complaints received by the Office of the Attorney General are fully reviewed and appropriate action is taken.”

While the report from Fox News is not new, the fact the flagship state university is now garnering the attention of national media is in indicator that this is a story that’s not going away quietly.

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Abortion facility files for bankruptcy after losing $6.5 million lawsuit for botched abortion http://liveactionnews.org/abortion-facility-files-for-bankruptcy-after-losing-6-5-million-lawsuit-for-botched-abortion/ http://liveactionnews.org/abortion-facility-files-for-bankruptcy-after-losing-6-5-million-lawsuit-for-botched-abortion/#respond Fri, 26 Aug 2016 19:28:40 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99693 New Jersey’s Englewood Women’s Services abortion facility, which is associated with notorious abortionist Steven Brigham, has filed for bankruptcy following a mandated $6.5 million malpractice payment. Eviction from the property is still pending. Englewood is reportedly over $51,000 behind in its rent payments. As Live Action News has covered, Brigham’s license has been suspended or … Continue reading Abortion facility files for bankruptcy after losing $6.5 million lawsuit for botched abortion

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New Jersey’s Englewood Women’s Services abortion facility, which is associated with notorious abortionist Steven Brigham, has filed for bankruptcy following a mandated $6.5 million malpractice payment.

Eviction from the property is still pending. Englewood is reportedly over $51,000 behind in its rent payments.

As Live Action News has covered, Brigham’s license has been suspended or revoked in multiple states— and several of his facilities were shut down— for a long record of misconduct, including botched abortions, defiance of abortion laws, tax evasion, and the death of a patient.

He lost his New Jersey license in 2014, after attempting to get around abortion restrictions by starting late-term abortions in his New Jersey office and sending patients to a Maryland facility where he completed them. Brigham was ordered to surrender his stake in his chain of facilities, which he purportedly did, but state authorities claim it was a “sham” transfer and that he actually retained control.

A spokesman for the state attorney general’s office conceded there was no evidence Brigham was currently involved in clinical practices, but he remains listed as the company owner on the bankruptcy filing.

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New study confirms higher risk of mental health disorders after abortion http://liveactionnews.org/new-study-confirms-higher-risk-of-mental-health-disorders-after-abortion/ http://liveactionnews.org/new-study-confirms-higher-risk-of-mental-health-disorders-after-abortion/#respond Fri, 26 Aug 2016 16:52:15 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99656 A study published this summer has given further credence to what pro-lifers have long known: that abortion increases the risk of mental health disorders. Dr. D. Paul Sullins tracked over 8,000 women at three ages: 15, 22, and 28. The goal was to have “the largest and most extensive study of the health-related behaviors of … Continue reading New study confirms higher risk of mental health disorders after abortion

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A study published this summer has given further credence to what pro-lifers have long known: that abortion increases the risk of mental health disorders. Dr. D. Paul Sullins tracked over 8,000 women at three ages: 15, 22, and 28. The goal was to have “the largest and most extensive study of the health-related behaviors of U.S. adolescents during the transition to adulthood.”

Sullins adjusted for over 20 demographic variables, including age, race, pre-existing mental health conditions, socioeconomic status, and more. And even after this, a clear increase in mental health disorders was found after women underwent abortion.

From Students for Life of America Med Students:

It’s not the first longitudinal study to conclude that there’s a significant link between abortion and mental health disorders. Two examples of similar studies were Fergusson and colleagues’ New Zealand study (link) and Pedersen’s Norway study (link), both of which followed cohorts of women from adolescence into their late 20s. Both of those studies also concluded that there was a clear connection between abortion and “affective and addictive disorders, including depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and abuse of marijuana, alcohol, or other illicit drugs.”

The conclusions of the Sullins study are that even after adjusting for over twenty demographic variables and covariates, there is still a clear, significantly increased relative risk of mental health disorders for women who have abortions.

Importantly, the Sullins study compares across all pregnancy outcomes too (abortion, live birth, or unintended pregnancy loss). Even when comparing a woman who chooses abortion to a woman who loses a pregnancy for any other reason, the relative risks of mental health disorders are higher in post-abortive women.

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Abortion advocates sneer at the idea of ‘post-abortion syndrome,’ but the scientific data is clear. Abortion can have serious negative consequences on a woman’s mental health.

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Only one study, conducted in 2013, found that women didn’t feel any regret within three years of their abortions. That study was deeply flawed, however, and is in opposition to the bulk of medical research. 29 out of 30 studies found that women who have abortions are at an increased risk for mental health disorders. Denying this doesn’t make the risks go away; it just means that women who have abortions can’t give informed consent, because they aren’t being given all of the information. The only study to not have found this is the 2013 study, which only tracked women over three years, almost half of whom had prior abortions, including some who had multiple abortions, and was not an accurate representation of American women.

The reality is that abortion does increase the risk of mental health disorders. This includes depression, anxiety, suicidal behavior, and drug and alcohol abuse. Instead of acknowledging this, and thus allowing women who seek abortions to be forewarned of what they’re risking, the abortion industry denies it. But saying something isn’t true over and over again doesn’t make it any less true… and women deserve to know the truth before they put themselves at risk.

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Washington AG didn’t fully investigate Planned Parenthood, says state rep http://liveactionnews.org/washington-ag-didnt-fully-investigate-planned-parenthood-says-state-rep/ http://liveactionnews.org/washington-ag-didnt-fully-investigate-planned-parenthood-says-state-rep/#respond Fri, 26 Aug 2016 15:53:20 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99665 At least one Washington state legislator is looking for answers, following a report from the Washington Times alleging that the state Attorney General’s Office did not review critical documents before it exonerated Planned Parenthood, during its investigation of the abortion business. The report is based on a email exchange between a Washington state deputy attorney general … Continue reading Washington AG didn’t fully investigate Planned Parenthood, says state rep

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At least one Washington state legislator is looking for answers, following a report from the Washington Times alleging that the state Attorney General’s Office did not review critical documents before it exonerated Planned Parenthood, during its investigation of the abortion business.

The report is based on a email exchange between a Washington state deputy attorney general and a University of Washington administrator. The Times reports:

In the email chain, Deputy Attorney General Paige Dietrich asks Ian Goodhew, director of government relations for UW Medicine, for documents pertaining to the relationship between Planned Parenthood and the university’s Birth Defects Research Laboratory.

After Goodhew pushed back, Dietrich backtracked and stated that the documents would not be necessary to the investigation, according to the Times.

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State Representative Drew MacEwen was among those in Washington calling for an investigation of Planned Parenthood, following allegations that the abortion business profited from aborted fetal tissue. And now, he’s calling foul on the “investigation.”

“Attorney General Ferguson assured everyone that he would investigate this with the same vigor he investigates other issues in our state that fall on the other side of the political spectrum,” MacEwen said. But apparently, that is not the case – assuming the Washington Attorney General’s office does not routinely allow organizations to withhold potentially crucial evidence in investigations.

“That, to me, doesn’t measure up to the standard of an unbiased investigation,” MacEwen continued. “I don’t know if there is some illegality going on here with the University of Washington and Planned Parenthood. We don’t know that because there’s a stack of papers over here that UW said the attorney general’s office doesn’t need to look at.”

My Northwest reports that the documents may have been withheld due to confidentiality concerns. But MacEwen contends that the Attorney General would need to view the documents to make any determination, rather than simply taking the university at its word.

“I don’t think we are going to let this go away,” said MacEwen. “I am going to consult with my fellow legislators and we’ll come up with a plan.”

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What it’s like to raise a child with Down syndrome http://liveactionnews.org/like-raise-child-syndrome/ http://liveactionnews.org/like-raise-child-syndrome/#respond Fri, 26 Aug 2016 15:32:52 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99455 For many people, the idea of raising a child with Down syndrome is scary. I should know — it certainly was for me. At 15 weeks into my second pregnancy, I received a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome, and I was terrified. I never considered having an abortion, but the idea of raising a child … Continue reading What it’s like to raise a child with Down syndrome

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For many people, the idea of raising a child with Down syndrome is scary. I should know — it certainly was for me. At 15 weeks into my second pregnancy, I received a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome, and I was terrified. I never considered having an abortion, but the idea of raising a child with a serious disability was something that struck fear into my heart.

I had never even known someone with Down syndrome. How could I raise a child with it? The image I had in my head was of a child who would fight a myriad of health problems, have trouble learning, and live with us our entire life. The future for us seemed to be very bleak. And this is indeed the stereotype that many people have in their heads, and it’s why so many mothers choose to have an abortion when they’re in my position.

The good news is, this stereotype could not be further from the truth. My son, Wyatt, is now four years old, and most days, Down syndrome isn’t even on my mind. Life with Down syndrome is more normal than people realize. Having a child with it isn’t really all that different from having a child without it. Wyatt is, first and foremost, just a kid.

And maybe if more people knew what day-to-day life raising a child with Down syndrome is like, they wouldn’t be as scared.

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Every morning, I get Wyatt out of bed. I have four kids, and each of them handles mornings differently. Benjamin, my five-year-old, and Ivy, my two-year-old, will both get right out of bed and come wake me up. Clara, my youngest, will cry until I come get her. Wyatt will be content to hang out. Usually, what lets me know that he’s awake is his singing. He’ll sit in bed and sing to himself, or babble happily, until I get him. I’ll pick him up, and he will immediately hug me and bury his head into my neck.

Every single time, I hold him a little closer, because he gives the best cuddles.

After I get him up, I change him and get him dressed, and then we go to have breakfast. Wyatt has some sensory issues with eating, so he still eats soft food. Usually in the morning, he has yogurt and then some milk. He’s just started pre-kindergarten, so now he’s picked up by the bus and goes off to school. Seeing him walk to the bus with his backpack for the first time made me fight off some major tears!

We were very lucky in that Wyatt has very few health problems. He was born with several heart defects, but they were very minor, and resolved themselves within a few months of birth with no treatment necessary whatsoever. All that was required was that we check in with a pediatric cardiologist every so often, who would give him an ultrasound to look at his heart. He was cleared before he was even six months old.

But that didn’t mean that he’ll never have any other health problems, of course. People with Down syndrome are at an increased risk for a number of things, so Wyatt has a staple of doctors that we check in with once or twice a year: ENT, ophthalmology, endocrinology. He wears glasses and has hypothyroidism, which means that he takes half a pill once a day. I crush it up and mix it in with some applesauce, and he actually looks forward to it every day.

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He’s had to have a few surgeries — he had stents put into his tear ducts, and had his tonsils and adenoids removed — but these were both minor procedures that only took about an hour. We went home the same day each time. Most of the time when we see his specialists, it’s a pretty low-key visit. He gets bloodwork done once a year, and we’re fortunate to have Nemours Children’s Clinic in my hometown, so all of them are in the same network of providers, and they all have access to the same lab tests. An appointment usually consists of going to see the doctor, they look him over for five minutes or so, ask a few questions, and then send us on our way.

It’s not nearly the dire situation I had pictured it being.

Like most kids with Down syndrome, Wyatt needs therapy. We took advantage of early intervention services, which have helped people with Down syndrome reach milestones much faster than they did in years past. Wyatt receives physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy. He’s done very well with physical therapy, and can walk and run with the best of them. He has to, if he wants to keep up with his brother and sisters! And where before I had to take him to his therapy appointments, he now receives them at school, so aside from walking with him to the bus, I don’t have to do anything.

While Wyatt is behind other kids his age because of his disability, it isn’t much of a hardship. Yes, it takes him longer to do things, but he does do them. People with Down syndrome are able to walk, talk, learn, and accomplish any number of things. They just might need a little help along the way, and let’s be honest… who hasn’t?

Now that Wyatt is in school, I don’t see him for much of the day. He comes home late in the afternoon, and so far, he seems to be enjoying school. He loves being around other kids, and is always eager to run and play. He’s become a master at climbing on things, which certainly keeps things exciting, and like any good four-year-old, loves Frozen. He will sing along to “Let It Go” and makes sure to belt out the glory note at the end every single time. He loves to sing in general, actually. At night when I put Wyatt to bed, I’ll sing to him and Ivy. He sings along and then claps when it’s over.

With the exception of the occasional doctor’s appointment, Down syndrome isn’t something that I really think about all that much. He’s Wyatt first. He’s my son who loves to sing and play with his brother and gives really good cuddles.

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Sometimes, even four years later, I find myself looking at him and remembering, “Oh yeah… he has Down syndrome… wow,” and it’s almost still a surprise, because of how normal each day is. It’s not what I pictured.

It’s not what most people would picture, but with the exception of an extra few doctor’s appointments each year, there’s just not much about Wyatt that’s different from my other three kids.

Down syndrome isn’t something to be scared of. It’s not something that will ruin your life. People need to remember that people with Down syndrome are just that — people — who are more alike than they are different. They have friends and family who love them, favorite movies and books and songs, hobbies and interests. They learn and love and work and have fulfilling, valuable lives. And if more people knew that — really understood it — then maybe they wouldn’t find the idea of raising a child with Down syndrome to be so scary.

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Boy overcome with joy when he learns he is a big brother http://liveactionnews.org/boy-overcome-joy-learns-is-big-brother/ http://liveactionnews.org/boy-overcome-joy-learns-is-big-brother/#respond Fri, 26 Aug 2016 15:22:27 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99650 A video of a young boy discovering he is a big brother to not one, but two preborn baby siblings has gone viral. In the video, the little boy is overcome with emotion as his father tells him the good news. The memorable moment has been viewed over two million times. The boy holds a phone … Continue reading Boy overcome with joy when he learns he is a big brother

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A video of a young boy discovering he is a big brother to not one, but two preborn baby siblings has gone viral. In the video, the little boy is overcome with emotion as his father tells him the good news. The memorable moment has been viewed over two million times.

The boy holds a phone with what must be an image of an ultrasound.  His father asks him if he knows what it is. The boy says, “You can see the baby’s face.” Then his father tells him it’s his brother.

“Really?” asks the boy.

“There are two,” responds the father.

This little boy had always wanted a brother or sister, so when his father gave him the news that he was having not one, but two siblings, he becomes overwhelmed with the idea.

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After he absorbs the news, the boy’s joy cannot be contained. He covers his face with his hand and begins to smile through tears. Soon he is sobbing.

“Look at this little heart,” says the father.

When the father says again that there are two babies, his young son asks, “Twins?” then begins to laugh after his father’s confirmation. It is obvious he is thrilled at the news, and millions of people have loved watching his precious elation.

The humanity of his little brothers, seen on a sonogram, was instantly obvious to this young boy. Like him, many others have witnessed the wonder of the humanity of preborn children in the womb, thanks to ultrasound technology. Unfortunately, organizations like Planned Parenthood oppose laws that require women to simply be given the choice of viewing their ultrasounds — which are already routinely done to date the gestational age and to rule out ectopic pregnancy prior to abortion — before deciding on abortion.  Ultrasound saves lives — up to 78% of women considering abortion change their minds after viewing sonograms of their children.

Life in the womb is a celebratory event, and each child should be welcomed as joyfully as this young boy has done for his new brothers. Congratulations to the whole family!

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University of New Mexico Dept. head confirms high school students dissected aborted baby brains http://liveactionnews.org/university-new-mexico-head-confirms-high-school-students-dissected-aborted-baby-brains/ http://liveactionnews.org/university-new-mexico-head-confirms-high-school-students-dissected-aborted-baby-brains/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 20:41:23 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99535 A recent video shows the chancellor of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Paul Roth, admitting that one of the university’s summer science programs for high school students dissected  baby brains for research. This confirms what the House Select Panel on Infant Lives exposed in its report when it referred the university to the … Continue reading University of New Mexico Dept. head confirms high school students dissected aborted baby brains

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A recent video shows the chancellor of the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, Paul Roth, admitting that one of the university’s summer science programs for high school students dissected  baby brains for research.

This confirms what the House Select Panel on Infant Lives exposed in its report when it referred the university to the New Mexico attorney general for criminal charges for possibly violating New Mexico’s Jonathan Spradling Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act.

Roth, who is also the dean of the medical school, is shown in a video released by the New Mexico Alliance for Life (NMAFL), admitting that some baby brains were used in research:

The person questioning repeatedly tells him she is videotaping the conversation and asks Roth to repeat what he said earlier about using human remains with high school students. Roth replies on camera:

Yes, we had a faculty member who obtained some tissue, and during one of these summer workshops, uh, dissected I think one or two fetal brains.

Roth declined to confirm the source of the fetal brains when the questioner asked him “were those from Dr. Boyd’s?” The questioner is referring to the abortion facility operated by late-term abortionist, Curtis Boyd, who also teaches at the university’s medical school. Boyd’s facility provides fetal tissue for UNMHSC, and in February, the university’s response to the Select Panel included this comment:

The only entity from which  UNMHSC receives fetal tissue is Southwestern Women’s Options in Albuquerque, NM. The tissue is donated at no cost to UNMHSC and it is picked up by the clinic by UNMHSC staff. UNMHSC  does not purchase or sell fetal tissue, nor does it transfer fetal tissue in exchange for any other valuable consideration. (Attachment 22, page 114)

Since the brain acquisition occurred prior to this comment, and the comment mentions SWWO as an exclusive source, it would seem that the university claims no other source, despite Roth saying he doesn’t know for sure where the human fetal brains came from. Previously, Roth also indicated in a letter (acquired by NMAFL) to New Mexico legislators that UNMHSC contracts with SWWO.

In a letter to its mailing list on August 18, NMAFL commented on the video exchange, saying:

One witness described UNM HSC’s chief, Paul Roth’s demeanor as “cold, clinical and dismissive-it was very apparent he didn’t want to be bothered with questions about UNM’s use of human fetal remains, even though his salary is paid by the taxpayers of this state.”

The university recently got the attention of the local newspaper which wrote a scathing editorial condemning the lack of respect for human fetal tissue displayed by the university. As Live Action reported:

The newspaper… also had harsh words to say about the dissection of fetal brain tissue with children present, noting that UNM leadership used the title “Neuroscience Summer Experience” to explain why faculty members were ready to dissect those whole fetal brains in front of children. The paper writes:

[S]omehow trying to draw a distinction between that and the term “summer camp” – is inappropriate at best and barbaric at worst.

The full report from the House Select Panel, referring the university for criminal charges in possible violation of  New Mexico’s Spradling  Act, includes lab procurement notes that explicitly say fetal brains were used for summer camp dissections, as well as internal documents and letters between faculty at the university and abortion facilities. Thus far, there’s been no word from Attorney General Hector Balderas on his response to the recommendation to file criminal charges.

Elisa Martinez, who leads NMAFL, told Live Action News

The video of UNM Health Sciences chief administrator Paul Roth casually describing the dissection of fetal brains for a summer camp is not only disturbing, but illustrates the alarming ethical and potential legal violations the University of New Mexico has been involved in.  How, in accordance with federal regulation were women informed of their infant’s aborted brains to be used for dissection with summer camp students, how was activity involving human brains approved and deemed appropriate by the University, were the parents of the children who witnessed the “dissection” informed, and UNM has stated in our previous open records requests that the aborted infant body parts are not kept in a tissue bank, but now they are claiming they brains were taken from their tissue bank.  Many more questions remain, as UNM continues to stonewall inquiries, while making contradictory claims about their aborted infant harvesting and experimentation, in collaboration with late-term abortionist Curtis Boyd.

Matrinez added:

Sadly, the video serves to corroborate UNM Health Sciences “Procurement Notebook” that detai how aborted infant brains at 7 months gestation were ordered by a UNM researcher to “dissect w/summer camp students,” — the video is unedited and clearly illustrates the depravity of these practices.

The Panel’s initial letter referring the university and SWWO for possible criminal charges, also suggests “further investigation is warranted into whether UNM or SWWO also violated 42 U.S.C. § 289g-2, a federal statute that makes it a 10-year felony to receive valuable consideration in exchange for human fetal tissue.”

The most recent House Select Panel report includes more information on UNM and also expands to include other universities involved in the market of aborted fetal parts in medical research.

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Guttmacher study: Pro-life laws don’t burden women after all http://liveactionnews.org/guttmacher-study-pro-life-laws-dont-burden-women-after-all/ http://liveactionnews.org/guttmacher-study-pro-life-laws-dont-burden-women-after-all/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 20:34:55 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99637 A recently released report from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute reveals that, contrary to abortion advocates’ claims, the wave of pro-life state laws enacted in recent years have not imposed significant delays on the majority of women who still choose abortion. A record 288 pro-life laws have been enacted at the state level since 2010, including … Continue reading Guttmacher study: Pro-life laws don’t burden women after all

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A recently released report from the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute reveals that, contrary to abortion advocates’ claims, the wave of pro-life state laws enacted in recent years have not imposed significant delays on the majority of women who still choose abortion.

A record 288 pro-life laws have been enacted at the state level since 2010, including informed consent requirements, waiting periods, late-term and funding restrictions, and more.

According to the report, a survey of 8,000 women who aborted in 2014, more than 75% did so within a week of first calling for an appointment. Further, wait times did not substantially vary among age, income, and ethnic groups — undermining the narrative that restricting abortion disproportionately affects the poor and minorities.

Perhaps most strikingly, women who traveled more than 50 miles for their abortion in states with mandatory waiting periods experienced a wait that was less than a day beyond the average wait time increase of about two days.

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Pro-life researcher Michael New notes that this is not the first time Guttmacher researchers have found results contrary to their policy desires:

Interestingly, in 2006 a group of Guttmacher scholars published a similar study in the journal Contraception. This study surveyed 1,209 women who obtained abortions in 2004. The Contraception study found that in 2004 women waited an average of 10 days between first attempting to schedule an appointment and actually obtaining an abortion. Now the 2006 study had a smaller sample size and there appear to be some slight differences in the wording of the wait time questions in 2006 and 2016. That said, this new study shows no evidence that wait times have increased in the past 10 years and provides some evidence that waiting times might have actually decreased.

These findings are consistent with previously-covered evidence that measures such as ultrasound laws and waiting periods do not impact women who seek abortion highly confident in their decision, but have a significant impact for those who are unsure or conflicted.

On top of these laws’ proven capacity to save preborn lives, the latter group may also be the most vulnerable to mental and emotional strain after abortion, increasing the importance of giving them further opportunities and encouragement to choose life.

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“Attempts were made to erase” record of hemorrhaging Planned Parenthood patient http://liveactionnews.org/attempts-made-to-erase-record-of-hemorrhaging-planned-parenthood-patient/ http://liveactionnews.org/attempts-made-to-erase-record-of-hemorrhaging-planned-parenthood-patient/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 19:57:41 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99641 On August 9, 2016, an ambulance transported a hemorrhaging, asthmatic patient from the Planned Parenthood in Madison, Wisconsin, to a local hospital. But despite the filing of a Freedom of Information Request on the incident, Operation Rescue reports that even full audio of the 911 call was redacted from some of the released records — as … Continue reading “Attempts were made to erase” record of hemorrhaging Planned Parenthood patient

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On August 9, 2016, an ambulance transported a hemorrhaging, asthmatic patient from the Planned Parenthood in Madison, Wisconsin, to a local hospital. But despite the filing of a Freedom of Information Request on the incident, Operation Rescue reports that even full audio of the 911 call was redacted from some of the released records — as if no ambulance call even took place at the time.

After filing a FIFA request on the incident, Operation Rescue realized that both the 911 call audio and the incident report “were so heavily redacted that there was no way to determine what the medical emergency was about” (emphasis added):

After the medical emergency was first reported by local pro-life activist Dan Miller, Operation Rescue placed a Freedom of Information Request for the 911 call records. The Dane County Public Safety Communications office released an audio file of the call and the CAD Incident Detail Report, but both were so heavily redacted that there was no way to determine what the medical emergency was about.

However, once Operation Rescue reviewed raw radio traffic that it obtained apart from the Public Safety Communications office, it became obvious that something was amiss.

Despite a clear record in the heavily redacted CAD report, which showed Medic Unit 8 was dispatched at 11:42 a.m., there was no record in the Fire Department radio traffic that any units had been dispatched to Planned Parenthood.

Photo of dispatch timeline via Operation Rescue
Photo of dispatch timeline via Operation Rescue

Audio of the 911 call issued after OR’s FIFA request is also so heavily redacted that it includes no details other than the location of the emergency. Listen on Operation Rescue’s website.

Operation Rescue president Troy Newman stated, “It appears that not only were the records we asked for redacted, but attempts were made to erase any mention of the incident from the radio traffic recordings as well.”

However, after doing some more searching, OR staff discovered a different recording that helped them to determine what had really happened during the emergency:

At 11:59 a.m., a responder from Medic Unit 8 radioed a hospital to describe the condition of a patient he was transporting to the emergency room.

“There’s about a liter and a half of blood loss,” he began. “She was hypotensive and tachycardic at the clinic there.”

In layman’s terms, the hemorrhaging patient had low blood pressure, presumably from the heavy blood loss, and as a result, her heart began to beat faster than normal.

The abortion facility had established an IV and pumped about 400 ccs of fluid into her, which is the equivalent to just over 13.5 ounces — a long way from the 1.5 liters (nearly 51 ounces) of blood she had lost.

As the ambulance sped toward the unnamed hospital, the woman’s heartbeat was still a bit high at 102 beats per minute, but her blood pressure had stabilized. The patient was also asthmatic, which was preventing full oxygenation.

Listen to the audio, provided by Operation Rescue, below:

This stifling of information may protect Planned Parenthood, but it puts women at greater risk, notes OR’s Newman.

“Whoever is over-redacting public information from the records and covering up for Planned Parenthood,” he says, “is only creating an even more dangerous environment for women, who are denied access to information about the risks they face.”

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Abortion doesn’t “fight” the Zika virus. It kills children. http://liveactionnews.org/abortion-doesnt-fight-zika-virus-it-kills-children/ http://liveactionnews.org/abortion-doesnt-fight-zika-virus-it-kills-children/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 18:02:35 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99601 Zika continues to be a political football for abortion activists to toss about. The latest is an OB/GYN, writing about how Puerto-Rican women need abortion in order to “fight” the virus. Writing for the Washington Post, Kristyn Brandi claims that “We know how to fight the Zika virus in Puerto Rico” — but then says … Continue reading Abortion doesn’t “fight” the Zika virus. It kills children.

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Zika continues to be a political football for abortion activists to toss about. The latest is an OB/GYN, writing about how Puerto-Rican women need abortion in order to “fight” the virus.

Writing for the Washington Post, Kristyn Brandi claims that “We know how to fight the Zika virus in Puerto Rico” — but then says that women simply aren’t being given the tools to do so. The tools she’s referring to are, of course, contraception and abortion, neither of which actually fight Zika. What they do is prevent babies with potential birth defects from being born, which is what abortion activists like Brandi are actually concerned with.

She writes:

For that reason, I believe we absolutely cannot make any strides in the fight against Zika without funding for family planning services. Period. We do not yet have an effective means to reduce infection rates or cure women or men currently infected with the virus. The only scientifically proven weapons we have against more babies born with Zika-related birth defects are reproductive health services. The sad fact is that while Congress delays access to much-needed resources because of ideological differences about whether family planning should be funded by a portion of the Zika bill, more and more women and men are becoming infected.

Reproductive autonomy — the ability to control when and if a woman becomes pregnant or chooses to continue a pregnancy — is at the heart of all of these delays. But the bottom line is: Providing reproductive health services to those in Zika-affected areas is vital to protecting women’s and children’s health.

In case you weren’t sure, “reproductive health services” means abortion. And it’s absolutely not the only way to fight Zika. There are preventive measures women can take to avoid being infected with the Zika virus. Scientists are also hard at work on ways to knock out the virus, including a GMO mosquito and a Zika vaccine. But if your goal is solely to prevent the births of babies with birth defects, then these probably aren’t of much interest.

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Brandi continues:

Each second we wait means more pregnant women will have affected pregnancies. We know that contraception and abortion access will prevent more children from being born with serious abnormalities — so why aren’t we giving women and their doctors the tools they need?

First, information needs to be more available so that women can make informed decision about their reproductive health care. This includes the fact that Zika is transmitted sexually for possibly months after exposure, and condoms can reduce transmission risk. Contraception should become more readily accessible to all women, regardless of income.

Also, abortion should not have the roadblocks it currently has, especially when a Zika-affected pregnancy diagnosed in the second trimester means that time is critical. Puerto Rico’s current Zika crisis should be a wake-up call for all Americans, particularly Congress. Our representatives should accept that the need for abortion care will increase as Zika spreads further into the mainland United States. We have a responsibility to all of our citizens to make it easier to access the full spectrum of care and accurate information so that women like my colleague’s sister have everything they need in the fight against this virus.

Whenever abortion advocates talk about fighting the Zika virus, all they really mean is that they want to be able to freely practice eugenics, so that if there’s even a chance that a baby might have a birth defect, the mother can have an abortion. Never mind that this is ableist and offensive to people living with microcephaly; only abortion matters. As usual.

Taking lives is not fighting the Zika virus; to the contrary, it’s taking the easy way out and avoiding actual solutions. Encouraging women to have an abortion because their baby might have a birth defect like microcephaly — which hasn’t even been conclusively proven to be caused by the Zika virus yet, by the way — is not only not solving anything, it’s insanely disturbing. Are disabled lives that expendable, that worthless, to abortion activists like Brandi that it’s better to abort a baby just out of a mere possibility of disability?

Abortion is not the answer to fighting the Zika virus. As an OB/GYN, Brandi should know that. And she shouldn’t be treating it as some kind of solution when all it really is, is a convenient way for her to prevent people from living who she doesn’t find to be worthy of life. As a doctor, she should be ashamed.

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While pregnant with her third baby, this mom shattered Olympic records http://liveactionnews.org/while-pregnant-with-her-third-baby-this-mom-shattered-olympic-records/ http://liveactionnews.org/while-pregnant-with-her-third-baby-this-mom-shattered-olympic-records/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 16:42:45 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99593 Did you hear about the pregnant mother who made Olympic history? Probably not. Even though the Rio Olympics are over, people are still marveling at the results and some of the new records achieved. Reflecting on these amazing feats, it’s worth noting the beautiful stories behind the athletics, the stories of how the record breakers … Continue reading While pregnant with her third baby, this mom shattered Olympic records

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Did you hear about the pregnant mother who made Olympic history? Probably not.

Even though the Rio Olympics are over, people are still marveling at the results and some of the new records achieved. Reflecting on these amazing feats, it’s worth noting the beautiful stories behind the athletics, the stories of how the record breakers got to Rio. From Simone Biles’ adoption story to Missy Franklin’s tear-jerking letter to her parents, from the birth of Michael Phelps’ son to the story of Sarah Brown who gave up her Olympic dreams for her daughter, there are so many incredible stories this year.

But, of course, 2016 isn’t the first time athletes have had heartwarming stories and broken world records. What can we learn from Olympic history?

There’s one example particularly worth noting for the pro-life community: the story of a mother who set the standard for female athletes. Yet to be matched in her towering success, Fanny Blankers-Koen set records with her performance in the 1948 London Olympics. The Dutch track athlete left her mark on Olympic history and the women’s movement. Not only was she the first woman to win four gold medals, but she also accomplished this as a married mother, practically unheard in the mid-20th century. What almost no one knew at the time: when Fanny won her medals she was almost three months pregnant with her third child.

Fanny was born in 1918, and competed in the 1936 Olympics. She didn’t win any medals, but made a great start to her running career. The 1940 and 1944 Olympics were canceled due to World War II, so Fanny’s next chance to race for Olympic gold didn’t come until the London games in 1948, by which time she was 30 years old, a married mother of three.

Despite pressure not to compete, Fanny sprinted and hurdled her way to four Olympic gold medals, more than any woman before her. She might have even won more, but rules at the time only allowed women to compete in three individual events. She was “untouchable” in every event she competed in: the 100m, 200m, 80m hurdles, and a team relay. Despite her phenomenal success that signaled the rise of female athletes on the international stage, many people almost forgot Fanny, the so-called “Flying Housewife.” Thankfully, in 1999, the International Association of Athletics Federation voted Fanny Blankers-Koen the female athlete of the century. The Netherlands boasts two statues in her honor. When the Olympics returned to London in 2012, history buffs again recalled Fanny’s success, yet unmatched by any female athlete.

But chances are you’ve never heard of her. In a time when women are told that they must choose between success and motherhood, Fanny Blankers-Koen is a tremendous example of what women can achieve.

As we remember the triumphs of the Rio Olympics, let’s not forget the amazing athletes who came before.

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TED Talks presenter says being deaf has been “greatest gift” http://liveactionnews.org/ted-talks-presenter-says-deaf-greatest-gift/ http://liveactionnews.org/ted-talks-presenter-says-deaf-greatest-gift/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 15:36:48 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99525 At the age of ten Roy learned she was losing her hearing. By age 15, she was classified as profoundly deaf. She was filled with fear during those years, but today, she says that being deaf has given her  a unique way of experiencing the world. She believes that these differences of people with disabilities … Continue reading TED Talks presenter says being deaf has been “greatest gift”

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At the age of ten Roy learned she was losing her hearing. By age 15, she was classified as profoundly deaf. She was filled with fear during those years, but today, she says that being deaf has given her  a unique way of experiencing the world. She believes that these differences of people with disabilities will help “make and design a better world for everyone, both for people with and without disabilities.”

“I believe that losing my hearing was one of the greatest gifts I’ve ever received,” said Elise Roy, a former disability rights lawyer in her TED Talks.

As a disability rights lawyer, Roy had to learn international policy in order to work on the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Her focus was on convincing people of the capabilites of people with disabilities.

After a few career changes, Roy decided to go back to school to get her master’s in social design. While in school she discovered a love of woodworking, however it was more dangerous for her because she couldn’t hear the sound the wood would make before it would kick back at her. She saw a problem that needed fixing.

Her solution was safety glasses that would visually alert the woodworker of the pitch change in the tool before the human ear could even pick it up.

She says it hadn’t been thought of before because she was a beginner and because she is deaf. Her unique experience of the world allowed her to create a product that can help any woodworker, disability or not.

What she soon learned was that other popular creations were originally designed to solve a need for people with disabilities. One example she gave was the Oxo potato peeler which was originally designed for people with arthritis, but it was so much more comfortable that everyone loved it.  A second example was text messaging, originally designed for those who are deaf but now used by the majority cell phone users.

Roy began to wonder what would happen if we designed for disability first.

“As you’ve seen when we design for disability first, we often stumble upon solutions that are not only inclusive but also are often better than those when we design for the norm,” she said. “[…] This moves us from the mindset of trying to change the hearts and the deficiency mindsight of tolerance.”

Because of their unique perspectives on the world, Roy believes people with disabilities have enormous potential to be designers. She knows this because her own constant need to adapt, in sports and life, have helped her to become a problem-solver.

“You are creative. You are a designer. Everyone is. Let people like me help you. Let people with disabilities help you look sideways and in the process solve some of the greatest problems,” she said.

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Abortionist: Abortion is killing — nobody can argue with that http://liveactionnews.org/abortionist-admits-abortion-is-killing/ http://liveactionnews.org/abortionist-admits-abortion-is-killing/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 14:44:51 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99622 Dr. Bertran Wainer founded an abortion facility and commits abortions. He was quoted in a book by pro-abortion author Miriam Claire saying the following: Abortion is killing. Nobody can argue with that. When the fetus is inside the uterus it is alive and when the pregnancy is terminated it is dead – that by any definition is killing. … Continue reading Abortionist: Abortion is killing — nobody can argue with that

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Dr. Bertran Wainer founded an abortion facility and commits abortions. He was quoted in a book by pro-abortion author Miriam Claire saying the following:

Abortion is killing. Nobody can argue with that. When the fetus is inside the uterus it is alive and when the pregnancy is terminated it is dead – that by any definition is killing.

The question is whether it is the killing of a human being.  I think abortion is the destruction of something which is potentially irreplaceable, human and of great value, which is the tragedy of abortion. But it is not of greater value than the woman seeking the abortion.

One could ask, if the baby in the womb is not a human being, what kind of being is he or she? The offspring of two humans is always going to be a human.  No creature in nature will ever have offspring of a different species.

Abortion activists claim that a baby in the womb is not a human being because he or she doesn’t meet some arbitrary criteria they set. Some pro-choicers say that a preborn baby is not a human being because he or she is dependent on the mother— but the same is true for a child who has been born. No newborn could survive without parental care. Even if the baby needs to be within the body of a woman to survive (a situation that is only temporary), this only shows that he or she is not fully developed.

A man on life support, using a respirator, is still a man.  The fact that a preborn baby temporarily lives within another person tells us about the baby’s location, not what the baby is. A trip down the birth canal does not magically transform a non-human into a human being.

Wainer sidesteps the question of whether the babies he aborts are people, but nevertheless calls them “irreplaceable, human and of great value.” To him, preborn babies are not worthless pieces of tissue. Yet if they are valuable, why are they valuable?  He never gives a reason.

If the baby were merely part of the mother in the way, for example, her gallbladder is, one would not call the baby valuable and irreplaceable. But each preborn baby is irreplaceable. Each preborn baby is a person who has never existed before and will never exist again. Each preborn baby has his or her own genetic code, which determine many things about the child. It’s a combination of genes that will never exist again. By 10 weeks, the baby has fingerprints that are different from any other human being on earth. When a preborn baby is killed, something irreplaceable and precious is lost forever.

This abortionist seems to know, deep inside, that the baby in the womb is something far more precious than a human organ, a collection of cells, or a bit of tissue.  Sadly, this does not stop him from committing abortions.

We can only hope that his admission is a step towards respecting all life and that he will eventually leave the abortion industry, as many abortionists have. 

Source: Miriam Claire The Abortion Dilemma: Personal Views on a Public Issue (New York: Insight Books, 1995) 59

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Late-term abortions “almost never” done on unhealthy babies, says clinic worker http://liveactionnews.org/late-term-abortions-almost-never-done-unhealthy-babies/ http://liveactionnews.org/late-term-abortions-almost-never-done-unhealthy-babies/#respond Thu, 25 Aug 2016 14:38:25 +0000 http://liveactionnews.org/?p=99612 Jackie, a former abortion clinic worker, was interviewed by Abby Johnson on a webcast done by And Then There Were None.  And Then There Were None is an organization that helps abortion center workers leave the abortion industry.  The organization has helped over 200 abortion facility workers and 7 full time abortionists leave their jobs. Former abortion worker Margot worked … Continue reading Late-term abortions “almost never” done on unhealthy babies, says clinic worker

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Jackie, a former abortion clinic worker, was interviewed by Abby Johnson on a webcast done by And Then There Were None.  And Then There Were None is an organization that helps abortion center workers leave the abortion industry.  The organization has helped over 200 abortion facility workers and 7 full time abortionists leave their jobs.

Former abortion worker Margot worked in a late-term abortion facility in the POC room. POC stand for “products of conception,” a term clinic workers use for aborted babies. Jackie handled and inspected the fully formed body parts of late term babies killed in abortions.

At one point in the webcast, Abby Johnson asks her:

You worked at a late-term clinic. Can you share just a little bit, was there a specific profile of the women who came in? You know, we always hear from the abortion movement that the only women who have late-term abortions are women who have been given an extremely grave fetal diagnosis. Was that always the case in your clinic? Because I, you know for us, we referred women who had completely healthy pregnancies, who had completely healthy babies, to places like Doctor Tiller and Doctor Warren Hern in Colorado. So could you just speak to that a little bit. I’m sure that there were cases where there had been the anomaly diagnosed, but was that always the case in your clinic?

Johnson is responding to the common pro-abortion argument that all late term abortions are done because of horrible health problems experienced by the mother or baby. Many pro-choice organizations claim that late term abortions are only done in these dire circumstances- when the baby will die shortly after birth or be born horribly disabled.

Margot replies:

Almost never, Abby. Almost never. Almost never. I would say that the highest profile of women that were having the late-term abortions were completely normal pregnancies, quite often young, and sometimes had just had more fear of having to tell someone they were pregnant, or being so completely out of touch with their own body that they didn’t understand and how rapidly the pregnancy was progressing, or I don’t know.…

Overwhelmingly, the late-term procedures that we did were not for fetal anomalies. We did late-term procedures on women who were perimenopausal and didn’t want to be pregnant. We did them on teenagers.

It is a myth that late-term abortions are only done for fetal anomalies or disabilities. Of course, even in such cases one can argue that it is wrong to take a baby’s life just because they will be disabled. No one has the right to judge another person’s life not worth living and act as executioner for that person.

But many late-term abortions are done on healthy mothers with healthy babies. Dr. Anthony Levatino, a former abortionist, described the process of a late-term induction abortion, which he says is performed from 25 weeks to term:

There have been statements by practicing abortionists admitting that healthy babies are aborted in the second and third trimester. Dr. Susan Robinson, who kills babies in the third trimester, was featured in the documentary After Tiller. When asked about the babies she aborts, she says:

Women whose fetuses have terrible abnormalities … are a lot easier for people to understand. The husband and wife want to spare their baby whatever suffering that baby would have.

“Then there’s the group of women who didn’t know they were pregnant,” Robinson continues. “They were told they were not pregnant for one reason or another and they are just as desperate. ‘I already have three children, my husband just lost his job and I can barely put food on the table. If I add a new baby to this family, we’ll all go under.’”

The late George Tiller, who specialized in third trimester abortions, said the following at a National Abortion Federation meeting in 1995:

We have some experience with late terminations; about 10,000 patients between 24 and 36 weeks and something like 800 fetal anomalies between 26 and 36 weeks in the past 5 years.

This means that only 800 (or 8 percent) of those 10,000 post-24-week abortions were on unhealthy children.

You can read more about late-term abortions and the reasons they are done here.

Jackie eventually left the abortion business and is now pro-life. She no longer has to see the broken body parts of aborted babies on a daily basis. By coming forward with her story, she reveals what goes on in abortion facilities across the United States.

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