Earlier this week, there was a major court victory for women and the lives of the unborn when a federal appeals court upheld a Texas law that requires abortion clinics to show the mother a sonogram and let her hear her baby’s heartbeat before committing an abortion – a law we strongly supported and fought to uphold.
Unsurprisingly, Planned Parenthood immediately reacted lashing out at the court decision and the law itself. Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, went so far as to say that it “sets an abhorrent precedent.”
It seems that Planned Parenthood’s support for a “woman’s right to choose” only extends to the choice to have an abortion and not the choice not to have an abortion. Information is power, and by attempting to keep that information from women, Planned Parenthood is just further exposing its true purpose – committing more abortions.
It is just one more example of how the abortion giant’s nearly half billion dollars in taxpayer funding is being used to support a business model that exists solely to promote abortion.
This week a satirical video went viral that slammed crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs), claiming they deceived women and were run by con-artists. Major online media outlets praised the vulgar video running headlines including, “Samantha Bee Exposes Just How Terrifying Crisis Pregnancy Centers Are,”
Big abortion is a propaganda machine. It peddles lies and falsehoods at a rate that would make even Stalin blush. For example, Planned Parenthood claims that only 3% of its “services” are abortion – a lie that earned it three Pinocchios from the Washington Post Fact Checker. In reality, upwards of...
We all know that federal funding is never free. There are always strings attached. One would just logically assume that actually abiding by federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, gender, or disability would, at the very least, apply to any federal funding. Yet, Planned Parenthood,
The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) represents Troy Newman, a former board member of the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), in two critical First Amendment cases involving a journalistic investigation of the abortion industry that uncovered extensive evidence of a willingness to engage in,