With tears in her eyes, Janet Durig recounted that story. She had wanted and waited for an ultrasound machine since she took on the role as director 15 years ago. It had seemed unlikely for so long.
The event is the largest annual human rights demonstration in the history of the world, and brings in pro-life marchers from across the United States.
Roe v. Wade came at the tail end of millennia of ignorance about human development. Before ultrasound technology, developing life in the womb was a black box. No more.
By sending women to the Internet to look for alternatives to abortion, Planned Parenthood staffers are doing the very thing its lobbyists want stop pro-life pregnancy centers from doing.
As Congress threatens to take federal funds away from Planned Parenthood, the abortion industry cracks down on pregnancy help centers in Hawaii.
Adriana’s sons, Tomas and Tadeo, were born exactly one year after the date Adriana and Vincent lost their first child in a miscarriage. Adriana had considered aborting these boys.
Despite Planned Parenthood’s claims that women depend on them for prenatal care, new videos reveal the nation’s largest abortion provider primarily uses its ultrasound machines for abortions only.
The Atlantic writer Moira Weigel admits it’s not the ultrasounds that bother her but how conservatives use them, successfully, as a weapon against abortion.
Abortion supporters have moved the goalposts in a shocking way. They continue to kill even as they acknowledge the humanity of their victims.
The nation’s abortion giant accuses pregnancy centers of doing the exact same thing it does: misleading women.
Accepting that abortion kills babies yet continuing to argue it’s good for society may be the best option pro-choice advocates have.
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