Posts Categorized: abortion
If you’ve seen the movie Unplanned, you’ve seen abortion and the activities of Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion business in Pennsylvania, through an important window given to us by Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood director. To further open that … Read more
By: Dan Bartkowiak
I joined a sold-out crowd in Harrisburg for Thursday’s premiere of Unplanned (hosted by Pennsylvania Family Institute) and I absolutely encourage you to see it in theaters. This movie offers a powerful window into Planned Parenthood – … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute is sponsoring a movie premiere event for Unplanned on Thursday, March 28th – the day before the nation-wide release – in Lancaster and Harrisburg.
The Trump administration unveiled a new Title X rule which would stop taxpayer funding of organizations that perform or refer for abortions, like Planned Parenthood. The Protect Life rule states that any entity that commits abortions or refers for abortions … Read more
FACT: This year, Pennsylvania will surpass two million abortions performed in the state since Roe v Wade. That’s more than the populations of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh combined.
Our elected leaders, as well as those in our community, need to know … Read more
By Gina Diorio
Flashing brake lights, honking horns, pedestrians scurrying to their destinations atop rumbling subway cars or alongside the T.
Spend any time in either of Pennsylvania’s two largest metropoles, and you’ll find yourself unable to escape the sights … Read more
If you are interested in riding a bus to the March for Life Friday, January 18th, please contact the local bus captain for more specific information.
As indicated, some buses are heading to the Youth Rally happening the day before.
If … Read more
By: Dan Bartkowiak
Pro-abortion activists supporting the largest abortion provider continue to spread flat-out … Read more
On December 22, 2011, after a year-long battle, a bill to regulate abortion clinics (Senate Bill 732) was signed into law by then Governor Tom Corbett after passing the State Senate (32-18) and House (151-44) a week earlier. This was … Read more