One Year Later, Abortion Funding in Obamacare Still a Concern
Three one-year anniversaries for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) fall this month Read More
Pregnancy Center in New York City Burglarized, Trashed
Vandals burglarized and virtually destroyed a pregnancy center in the South Bronx, Read More
Arizona Gov to Sign Pro-Life Bill Banning Telemed Abortions
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer will sign into law on Saturday a pro-life bill that would protect women by requiring abortion centers to meet certain health and safety regulations and that will also promote ultrasounds. Read More
Barbour Slams Barack Obama, Abortion Truce in Iowa Speech
Governor Haley Barbour, an expected Republican presidential candidate, slammed pro-abortion President Barack Obama on pro-life issues during a speech in Iowa today. Read More
Iowa House Passes Fetal Pain-Based Abortion Ban
The Iowa state House on Thursday passed a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy based on significant scientific evidence showing unborn children feel pain during an abortion. Read More
Kansas House follows Virginia in regulating abortion clinics; bans telemed abortion
Kansas is poised to follow in the legislative footsteps of Virginia by creating new regulations that bring abortion clinics in line with hospital standards for outpatient surgical centers. Read More
LIVE ACTION Uncovers more lies from Planned Parenthood
See below a note from Lila Rose of Live Action regarding their latest undercover video. Read More
New Ad for De-Funding Planned Parenthood Features Abby Johnson
Today, the Susan B. Anthony List, a prominent pro-life organization, announced the launch of a $100,000 radio ad campaign in Washington, D.C. in its latest effort to secure passage of a measure to revoke Planned Parenthood’s taxpayer funding. Read More
Time to Pray for Courage for Catholic Bishops on Abortion
Last week two New York giants died within days of each other; one a pro-abortion political trailblazer who did much to advance abortion, and the other an auxiliary bishop who left behind him a legacy of life-giving love to handicapped children and their families. Read More
Abby Johnson: I would give my life to undo the evil I caused at Planned Parenthood
May 2, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com
) - I never had the honor of talking to Dr. Bernard Nathanson. But someone told me once that he asked Dr. Nathanson about his remorse after performing thousands of abortions. Many of us that have once been in the abortion industry are frequently criticized for our public “lack of remorse.” Read More
Iowa Senate Action Expected Soon on Abortion-Fetal Pain Bill
by Steven Ertelt | Des Moines, IA | LifeNews.com
The Iowa state House, in April passed a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy based on significant scientific evidence showing unborn children feel pain during an abortion. Lawmakers in the state Senate want to follow suit. Read More
John Paul II: The pope of life
May 2, 2011 - On Sunday, May 1 the Catholic Church declared Pope John Paul II to be “Blessed,” a step on the way to being declared a saint. Read More
The white mans new burden: abortion and population control
May 2, 2011 - If I asked you who understood a country’s needs better, its residents and leaders or some foreign technocrat who had never been there, you might think that it was a trick question. Read More
U.S. House readies for vote on No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 2, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Pro-life members of the House of Representatives are preparing to introduce legislation this week that could have an historic impact on the future of the pro-life movement. Read More
Denver bishop: Girl scouts could make girls more open to pro-abortion agenda
A Denver Catholic bishop is warning parents that membership in the Girl Scouts could carry the danger of making their daughters more receptive to the pro-abortion agenda. Read More
Planned Parenthood Forming Massive Midwest Abortion Business
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, the Iowa-based abortion business that operates abortion centers in Iowa, has announced it is merging with Planned Parenthood affiliates in eastern Oklahoma and Arkansas to put together a massive Midwest abortion business. Read More
Planned Parenthood Sues Kansas Over Law Yanking Tax Funding
The Planned Parenthood abortion business filed a lawsuit today in federal court against the state of Kansas over a law pro-life Gov. Sam Brownback signed
to revoke its taxpayer funding in the Sunflower State. Read More
Wisconsin Becomes Fourth to Cut Planned Parenthood Funding
With pro-life Gov. Scott Walker signing the state budget into law in Wisconsin, the Badger State becomes the fourth to cut funding for the Planned Parenthood abortion business — following decisions by Indiana, North Carolina and Kansas to revoked funding entirely. Read More
Abby Johnson: Celebrating Two Years Since I Quit Planned Parenthood
Today is year two. The second year since I walked away from Planned Parenthood. The anniversary of my new life. Read More
Governor signs pro-life proclamation
Governor Terry Branstad signed a pro-life proclamation officially designating the first Sunday of October to be Respect For Life Sunday. Read More
Planned Parenthood Cut Breast Exams Long Before Komen Feud
Planned Parenthood recently released its latest annual report, showing its services and finances for 2011. As many pro-life advocates have noted, the report shows that Planned Parenthood is continuing to expand its abortion business
, and its bottom line. Read More
Springfield bishop's courageous message
Bishop Thomas Paprocki issued the following letter on January 2, 2013, which was to be read at each Mass in the parishes of Springfield the following Sunday. The letter was published by the Courageous Priest website in addition to other outlets. Read More
Iowans for LIFE takes pro-lifers from Iowa and beyond to the March for Life in Washington D.C.
Iowans for LIFE took more than two hundred pro-life Iowans and pro-lifers from surrounding states to stand up for life at the annual March for Life in Washington D.C. on January 25.
Iowans for LIFE has been taking pro-life pilgrims to the largest pro-life witness in the nation for two decades.
An energized "stream of humanity"
The 2013 March for Life was held on January 25 in Washington D.C.
Hundreds of thousands of pro-life pilgrims traveled to the nation’s capital in the largest pro-life witness in the nation, an event that has been taking place since the first anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the U.S. throughout a mother’s pregnancy. Read More
Two Generations Stand for Life at 2013 March for Life
I was among the hundreds of thousands who traveled to Washington D.C. for the 2013 March for Life on January 25.
My teenage daughter won an essay contest at our parish, the Basilica of St. John in Des Moines, and the pro-life group there sponsored her to attend, along with me as her chaperone on the trip with Iowans for LIFE.
It was a gift from God. Read More
Youthful marchers committed to spreading life-affirming message
A reported record-breaking number of pro-life Americans converged upon Washington, D.C., for the 2013 March for Life on Jan. 25.
Record crowds were anticipated due to both the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and the August 2012 death of March for Life founder Nellie Gray.
While 2013 numbers were not available at press time, various estimates have come in at more than 500,000, and march organizers stated that hotel rooms reserved in the downtown Washington area had sold out a month in advance for the first time. Read More
Gosnells House of Horrors Abortion Clinic is Not an Exception
Phildelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell's captial murder trial continues this week in a croutroom packed with worn, bloddy furniture and outdated equipment seized from his dilapidated abortion clinic, which has come to be known as the "House of Horrors." Read More
Raped and Homeless: She Chose Life for Her Baby Not Abortion
Michelle had two children and a steady job when she became disabled. Her company let her go, and with no place to turn, her children went to live with their father, and Michelle ended up on the streets.
Struggling and trying to find a homeless shelter with room, Michelle met three people, also living on the streets. With no one else to trust, she accepted these people into her life as friends. But as it turned out, one of them couldn’t be trusted. Read More
Obama to Attend Planned Parenthood Gala as Kermit Gosnell on Trial
President Barack Obama will attend a Planned Parenthood fundraising gala on Thursday — as defense lawyers for abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell defend him from murder charges in court.
According to the publicly-announced schedule
for the week, Obama will hobnob with leaders of the abortion giant on Thursday after attending the opening of the center for pro-life President George W. Bush. Read More
Remembering a Baby Born Alive After a 22-23 Week Abortion
Hialeah, Florida (LiveActionNews
) — A Gyn Diagnostics Center, an abortion clinic in Hialeah, Florida, has a slick and professional-looking website
. The site features a picture of a thoughtful- and earnest-looking woman and tells prospective patients that:
The professionals at A Gyn Diagnostics Center are experienced in the areas of women’s health, abortion services, and family planning issues. We are sensitive to the personal issues surrounding birth control and unplanned pregnancy. … From a free pregnancy test to abortion procedures performed by board certified physicians, we will offer excellent care, privacy, confidentiality and compassion.
Congress Launches Abortion Investigation After Kermit Gosnell Horrors
A House committee has launched a nationwide investigation in response to the trial of Kermit Gosnell
, the abortion practitioner charged with multiple counts of murder for gruesome abortions and infanticides.
The move follows letters from another committee
to public health officials in all 50 states asking them what they are doing to prevent “House of Horrors” abortion clinics like the one Kermit Gosnell ran in Pennsylvania.
Because the Gosnell Grand Jury report identified a “regulatory collapse” that allowed Gosnell to go undetected for decades, the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to all 50 state attorneys general asking questions about efforts to protect the civil rights of newborns and their mothers. Read More
Gosnell Jury Hears About Baby Surviving Abortion Struggling in Toilet
The jury in the murder trial of abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell re-heared testimony today of a baby who was delivered alive after an abortion into a toilet and was seen struggling trying to live.
Gosnell is charged with four counts of first-degree murder for killing babies following delivery in an abortion process that involved “snipping” their necks and spinal cords. He also faces a third-degree murder charge related to the death of a woman, Karnamaya Mongar, 41, of Virginia, from a botched legal abortion. Gosnell, who has been in jail since his January 2011 arrest. Read More
Kermit Gosnell convicted on 3 of 4 counts of murdering babies, killing 41-year-old woman
A Philadelphia jury has found late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell guilty of murdering three of four babies in his capital murder trial. Read More