Planned Parenthood wants the media to blame pro-lifers for the Colorado Springs shooting. Here’s why it’s not going to work.
A North Carolina bar is planning to host a fundraising event for Planned Parenthood, featuring a giant meat cleaver on the invitation.
Just as our ancestors grappled with the evils of slavery, abortion is the moral battle of our time. Here are three main reasons why fetal tissue harvesting is morally wrong, even if it’s legal.
Ben speaks with two legal scholars about the First Amendment rights of the organization releasing the videos exposing Planned Parenthood.
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.
“It’s basically a huge trafficking of fetal tissues,” a former employee of Planned Parenthood partner StemExpress confessed. “[They] dissect dead fetuses and sell the parts to researchers.”
Calling babies ‘products of conception’ isn’t medically accurate. It’s just about dehumanizing babies to support their brutal murder.
We pro-lifers are celebrating. The kind of celebrating you do when you’re on the trail of a serial killer, and you discover where the bodies are buried.
Medical researchers can get human tissue without buying it from people who harvest human organs from live babies.
Planned Parenthood may do some uncomfortable things, but ultimately aborting babies and selling their parts is worth it.
Ben speaks with the Executive Director of the Center for Medical Progress about Planned Parenthood’s baby organ racket.
Twitter keeps gaslighting the pro-life issue. Lamborghini’s trending but not for the reason the company wants you to think.
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