A new report shows that an organization that harvests aborted baby organs for research has been charging more than what is legally reimbursable.
David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress released the first in yet another series of revealing videos about the abortion industry today.
Chilling email exchanges and documents shared between Planned Parenthood and StemExpress employees indicate their organ harvesting scheme violated federal law.
So long as we think of our bodies in terms of replaceable components, the harvesting of fetal bodies will continue.
The media have struggled to cover the 10th video exposing Planned Parenthood’s harvesting and selling of human organs. Here’s some of what they’re hiding.
John McCormack’s pro-life but he doesn’t support a government shutdown over Planned Parenthood funding.
You might suppose we’d save more babies by not giving massive grants to people like Planned Parenthood employees who kill them and chat about it over lunch.
According to a database maintained by the Food and Drug Administration, Planned Parenthood runs zero of the nation’s 8,735 licensed mammography facilities.
The National Abortion Federation doesn’t want video from a meeting of abortion providers released by pro-life journalists. An Obama appointee is helping.
How proud is Planned Parenthood of its “fetal tissue” research work? So proud that its partner asked a court to ban the release of another video about it.
Planned Parenthood is in hot water due to videos showing executives haggling over baby organ prices, and the New York Times is on it.
- Top Mueller Officials Coordinated With Fusion GPS Spouse In 2016The Department of Justice's Bruce Ohr claimed he repeatcontinue reading >
- Pelosi Just Cancelled The State Of The Union Over The Border Wall She Refuses To Build'The speaker... said as long as government is shut downcontinue reading >
- Anti-Gun Democrat’s Purchase Of ‘MeatEater’ Could Pose Big Problems For Hunter-Focused CompanyPeter Chernin, an anti-gun Democrat who called for a fecontinue reading >