2 late-term abortion patients suffer potentially fatal complications at Beverly Hills abortion clinic

Information obtained from newly-unredacted 911 phone calls

Thanks to a successful appeal of excessively redacted 911 records related to two medical emergencies at the Pro-Choice Medical Center in Beverly Hills, California, Operation Rescue has now obtained recordings and documents that reveal much more than previously known about what happened to two women who experienced serious late-term abortion complications. The Pro-Choice … [Read more...]

Was it a crime?

Police say pregnant woman had boyfriend punch her in the stomach repeatedly to kill unborn child, district attorney unsure if the couple violated the law

A baby died May 24 at Kern Medical after being pulled from the womb with a fractured skull. Police believe the baby girl's parents are to blame, but the case has presented a legal conundrum eliciting strong opinions about how to proceed. The mother is believed to have been 30 weeks into her pregnancy when she arrived at the hospital, according to a search warrant affidavit … [Read more...]

Abortionist to the Stars botches 2 late-term abortions

911 call: "a baby’s died and the patient's been bleeding"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PUUvrF7R_8 It appears as an upscale doctor’s office in the tony Southern California community of Beverly Hills. Photos of the interior of the office show lighted artwork on the walls and furnishings that would make a woman of means feel at home. In reality, the Pro-Choice Medical Center, owned and operated by “Abortionist to the Stars” Josepha … [Read more...]

Ideas for reporters struggling to cover Planned Parenthood

Solutions to the media blackout on the selling of baby body parts

The following comes from a July 20 Federalist article by Mollie Ziegler Hemingway: Many years ago I interviewed for a reporting job covering government waste, fraud and mismanagement. The interview went well and my future employers mentioned that they’d had trouble keeping the position filled as many reporters had trouble coming up with story ideas. They wondered if that … [Read more...]

Doctors create micro-pacemaker for fetuses

Unborn babies with heart blockages get better chance of survival

The following comes from a March 31 Life News article by Sarah Zagorski: Researchers at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles have created the world’s first fully implantable micro-pacemaker for unborn children with congenial complete heart blocks. The medical journal, Heart Rhythm, revealed that the US Food & Drug Administration has designated the micro-pacemaker as a device … [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...]

Late abortionist injures another woman

The following comes from a Mar. 5 story on LifeNews.com by Cheryl Sullenger. After little sleep and a heavy patient load, LeRoy Carhart sent another abortion patient to the hospital yesterday (March 4, 2014) for treatment of apparently life-threatening complications. An ambulance arrived at about 4:00 p.m. in response for a call for emergency assistance. It transported a … [Read more...]

Late-term abortions upheld in Albuquerque

The following comes from a Nov. 20 story on CNN. Voters rejected a ban on late-term abortions in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a proposal believed to be a first on a city level. Referenda putting abortion on the ballot have been tried on the state level. But what Albuquerque did Tuesday night makes it unique among cities. If the proposal had passed, it would have banned … [Read more...]

20-week restriction on abortion may face Supreme Court this year

The following comes from an Oct. 24 posting on scotusblog.com. In a wave of new laws enacted across the country, foes of abortion are pushing a common goal:  to ban the termination of pregnancy at earlier stages than the Supreme Court has previously allowed.  The first new case seeking to test whether the Court will go along with that campaign has been filed, and could be … [Read more...]

Late-term abortions still the issue

The following comes from an Oct. 28 posting on the website of Commentary magazine. Abortion-rights activists are celebrating this afternoon in the wake of the news that a federal court has struck down a provision of a controversial Texas law. This seems like sweet revenge for the many liberals (especially those in the media) who applauded State Senator Wendy Davis’s … [Read more...]