This should be front page news.
Hint: It's not abortion.
Planned Parenthood wants to know if you're "Ready or Hot."
House minority leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has been selected to receive Planned Parenthood’s “highest recognition of leadership, excellence, and outstanding contributions” to the abortion movement. Pelosi will accept the award March 27 at Planned Parenthood’s annual gala in Washington D.C.
Pro-life organizations are standing with a small pro-life group in Waco, Texas to boycott Girl Scout cookies over the organization’s recent “praise for Wendy Davis and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius…and because of a deep and lasting entanglement with abortion providers and abortion rights organizations,” according to the CookieCott 2014’s website.
The big, bad Little Sisters of the Poor versus the poor, victimized Obama administration?
Planned Parenthood is out with their latest annual report and the numbers prove yet again that they aren’t in the business of women’s health, they’re in the business of abortion.
Drug store employees apparently have no problem selling the Plan B pill to a man who admits he wants to give it secretly to a 15-year-old girl.
The pro-life House Bill 2 in Texas is already making a profound impact.
Ironically, Planned Parenthood is often invited to college wellness fairs. At one wellness in Iowa, the abortion providing organization even urged a young woman to go to their clinic to take the dangerous drug RU-486.
Colorado officials allocated $14 million in taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood, directly violating state legislation which prohibits the state from funding abortions.
Well, until you get pregnant, hurt, and/or diseased.
Tragedy takes place every week mere blocks from the White House.
Planned Parenthood, the Center for Reproductive Rights, the ACLU and a Texas law firm sued Texas Friday over the “Preborn Pain Act,” a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Students for Life of America hit the road today for the start of the Planned Parenthood Project, an eight-week tour of 41 universities across the U.S. The group will travel more than 18,000 miles to bring attention to the fact that the abortion giant does in fact perform abortions, and that it also targets college-aged men and women.