Abortion and Planned Parenthood-related stories.

Daleiden had reasonable belief he would find infanticide
Attorneys appeal criminal charges of investigators of Planned Parenthood

Lawyers for pro-life investigators David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt are heading to the appeals court after a San Francisco judge dropped only one criminal charge against Daleiden and two against Merritt in an online “motion to

Read More » »

Daleiden had reasonable belief he would find infanticide
Attorneys appeal criminal charges of investigators of Planned Parenthood
2020-08-03T07:06:02-07:00

LifeSiteNews co-founder discusses Trump’s pro-life actions
Cecile Richards: “This White House has been worse for women than any administration in my lifetime”

There are some pro-lifers in America who are steadfastly opposed to President Trump. They suggest that his words and raunchy behavior in the past are too disgusting to get over. They believe that even as president,

Read More » »

LifeSiteNews co-founder discusses Trump’s pro-life actions
Cecile Richards: “This White House has been worse for women than any administration in my lifetime”
2020-07-29T11:54:13-07:00

Planned Parenthood in New York to get rid of Margaret Sanger
Finally concedes her racist legacy

Today, Planned Parenthood of Greater New York announced its plans to remove Margaret Sanger’s name from the Manhattan Health Center as a public commitment to reckon with its founder’s harmful connections to the eugenics movement. PPGNY

Read More » »

Planned Parenthood in New York to get rid of Margaret Sanger
Finally concedes her racist legacy
2020-07-21T14:29:47-07:00

No regrets? UCSF abortion study is flawed, expert says
“In any other field, you wouldn’t be able to publish this stuff”

A developmental psychologist told CNA that a study claiming most women do not regret their abortions is flawed, and does not accurately represent how women experience abortion.

The study, known as the Turnaway

Read More » »

No regrets? UCSF abortion study is flawed, expert says
“In any other field, you wouldn’t be able to publish this stuff”
2020-07-16T07:34:21-07:00

Supreme Court tells 9th Circuit to reconsider ruling on March for Life
Little Sisters of the Poor decision extends to others

The U.S. Supreme Court Thursday vacated a U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit decision against U.S. Department of Health and Human Services rules that protect organizations with religious or moral objections to including abortifacients

Read More » »

Supreme Court tells 9th Circuit to reconsider ruling on March for Life
Little Sisters of the Poor decision extends to others
2020-07-11T04:12:14-07:00

Legislators demand update on Planned Parenthood investigation
Letter to Attorney General comes after release of incriminating Center for Medical progress video

A group of over 60 members of Congress asked the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to provide “an update on the status of the Department’s investigation into Planned Parenthood and its affiliates,” as well as “an

Read More » »

Legislators demand update on Planned Parenthood investigation
Letter to Attorney General comes after release of incriminating Center for Medical progress video
2020-07-07T05:55:26-07:00

Don’t write off Justice Roberts yet
The left worries that he might undermine Roe v. Wade

The Supreme Court just delivered the narrowest, most temporary victory for abortion rights. Though Chief Justice John Roberts, a conservative who votes fairly consistently to uphold abortion restrictions, cast the key fifth vote to strike down a

Read More » »

Don’t write off Justice Roberts yet
The left worries that he might undermine Roe v. Wade
2020-07-01T10:47:01-07:00

Roberts joins 5-4 majority in Louisiana case
Supreme Court won't allow state to ask abortionists to have admitting privileges

A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court on Monday stood by its most recent abortion precedent. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court’s four liberals, citing the Supreme Court’s adherence to precedent, to invalidate a Louisiana law

Read More » »

Roberts joins 5-4 majority in Louisiana case
Supreme Court won't allow state to ask abortionists to have admitting privileges
2020-06-29T10:23:00-07:00
Go to Top