Posts Tagged: abortion
This past Friday, Rep. Wendy Ullman (D-Bucks) issued an apology for her callous comments that an early miscarriage is “just some mess on a napkin.” However, she is still continuing to lie about House Bill 1890 and what it would … Read more
Today, the Pennsylvania State House Health Committee passed HB 1890, a bill that requires healthcare facilities to properly handle disposition (burial or cremation) of unborn children who have died from an abortion or miscarriage. This bill is similar to … Read more
October 25, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Counseling, First Amendment, Free Speech, Health, Life, pro-life | Tags: abortion, buffer zones, free speech, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, sidewalk counseling
The Third Circuit Court of Appeals, housed in Philadelphia, handed down two decisions in the past week that impact sidewalk counselors outside of abortion clinics in Harrisburg and Pittsburgh. In Bruni v. City of Pittsburgh and Reilly v. City of … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute is sponsoring three free movie screenings of Unplanned with WJTL FM 90.3 Lancaster on Saturday, June 22 (7:30 PM) and Sunday, June 23 (4:30 PM and 7:30 PM) at The Junction Center – Landis Hall in Manheim.
Free admission – RSVP required – … Read more
You may have seen the video going around of State Rep. Brian Sims (D-Philadelphia) harassing and mocking a woman praying outside of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Philadelphia. This is shameful behavior, especially by a current lawmaker.
But did … Read more
Connections are important in the world of politics, and we can learn a lot from observing these links between people and organizations.
According to state records, the … Read more
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
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