Gosnell movie cracks top 10 at box office

Film's co-producer: “This has been achieved despite the mainstream media virtually refusing to review the film"

A movie about Kermit Gosnell, the late-term abortionist in Philadelphia who went to prison after being convicted in connection with the deaths of three babies, hit the Top 10 films at the box office over the weekend. “We were [No. 10] on Friday and Saturday, but slipped back to 12 on Sunday,” Phelim McAleer, who co-produced the film with his wife, Ann McElhinney, said in a … [Read more...]

If the baby’s toe is in… How about the foot?

Will Calif. elect someone as pro-abortion as Barbara Boxer?

The following comes from a Jan. 8 story on LifeNews.com. It’s only January of 2015 but the 2016 election cycle has already begun. Today, Senator Barbara Boxer of California became the first senator to announce her retirement at the end of her current term. Boxer earned a harrowing reputation as one of the U.S. Senate’s most outspoken abortion advocates. According to National … [Read more...]

Dear PBS, I don’t think there’s a compassionate way to murder infants

Is 'After Tiller' deeply humanizing?

  The following comes from an Aug. 28 posting on the blog of Matt Walsh. Dear PBS, This is quite the bold move. As a third rate, tax subsidized broadcasting outfit with a viewership in the single digits, I’d expect you’d try your best to fly under the radar. There is, after all, no conceivable reason for you to exist, nor is there a solid justification for … [Read more...]

The media’s abortion problem

The following comes from a May 16 story by Brandon McGinley on TheFederalist.com. “It was like some horrible crime committed in a dungeon, all unseen and unheeded, buried out of sight and of memory.” This is how Upton Sinclair summed up the process by which hogs were transmogrified into meat in the turn-of-century Chicago meatpacking industry.  It occurred in plain … [Read more...]

14 days left for Gosnell film crowdfunding

  The following comes from an Apr. 27 item on the site Heritage.org. Kickstarter’s reach and reputation have made it “the world’s largest funding platform for creative projects” — and a desirable destination for two movies about abortion. Gosnell and Stolen Moments both sought to use the crowdfunding website. First, they encountered resistance, then rejection from … [Read more...]

Gosnell abortion film too much for Kickstarter

The following comes from an Apr. 7 op-ed piece by Phelim McAleer in the New York Post. I was really, really happy when Kickstarter came on the scene. The crowd-funding Web site offered the opportunity for struggling artists and filmmakers to bypass corporate, union or not-for-profit funders and their agendas and interests. Kickstarter was set up to allow us to put up a … [Read more...]

Reporter who interviewed Gosnell admits ‘new unease’ with abortion

The following comes from an Oct. 9 story on LifeSiteNews.com by National Right to Life’s Dave Andrusko. Near the end of September, I wrote a four-part series about abortionist and convicted murderer Kermit Gosnell, based on a profile (turned into a short e-book) written by Steve Volk. (See the conclusion, “Inside the mind of abortionist and convicted murderer Kermit … [Read more...]

The most comprehensive article written on the subject

The following comes from an Oct. 4 email from Citizens for a Pro-Life Society The use of graphic images of abortion victims in pro-life work has in more recent decades become a point of conflict and debate within the pro-life movement itself, especially the public display of such images. Your CPLS director, as most of you know, believes very strongly that photos of … [Read more...]

2013 poised to set another record

  The following comes from a Sept. 10 posting by Mailee Smith of Americans United for Life on LifeNews.com. In 2013, life-affirming federal and state legislation designed to protect women from the harms inherent in abortion has garnered increasing attention and support from legislators and the American public — and engendered increasing fear and consternation among … [Read more...]

Live Action to rally outside ABC today

The following comes from an August 6 story on YahooNews. Pro-life groups have had enough of what they call a "media blackout" when it comes to the abortion issue. So, they're coming together to hold a "March on the Media" this Thursday. The protest rally is being organized by Lila Rose, president of Live Action, an anti-abortion group. The event's targets are mainstream … [Read more...]