Planned Parenthood is depleting medical resources and potentially sending women who face abortion complications to already overextended emergency rooms.
The lawyers representing the abortion providers cemented a new reality: that the abortion industry doesn’t want ‘safe, legal, and rare,’ it wants ‘unsafe, legally.’
This movie depicts the third most common medical procedure performed on women—a procedure that is largely veiled from sight.
Producer of the upcoming movie, “Gosnell,” joins the Federalist Radio Hour to share how she found this story and the challenges they faced in getting this movie made.
While a late-term abortionist is out of business in Germantown, he says he’ll reopen his deadly practice that has sent at least 10 women to the hospital in ambulances and killed two.
The magazine ran an article this week arguing that opposition to abortion leads not just to “extreme violence,” but—at least in one case—to rape.
Texas will now require abortion clinics to bury the babies they’ve killed—a law that has the pro-abortion community fuming.
Hellerstedt doesn’t mean lawmakers need to ignore the medical reality of abortion’s risks and substandard clinics.
Planned Parenthood and StemExpress abused the patient privacy of women requesting abortions and deceitfully obtained their consent for their aborted tissue, a congressional panel has discovered.
Planned Parenthood attorney admitted that Houston district attorney broke the law by sharing evidence against undercover journalist David Daleiden.
An abortion clinic owner whose methods and clinics bear an eerie resemblance to abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s just got shut down temporarily in Virginia.
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