Posts Tagged: 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
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
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has released their latest report on statewide abortion statistics (2017). Here are a few facts to remember:1) 30,000 abortions every year in Pennsylvania.
Imagine the Pittsburgh Penguins played a game to a completely empty … 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
Relive the Gosnell trail: Five weeks of testimony, one witness after another (54 witnesses total) telling of beheaded babies, snipped spines, and a filthy clinic. Jurors were shown color photos of aborted fetuses – some as old as seven months, … Read more
While the new Gosnell movie (release date: October 12) is a great opportunity to bring the must-be-told story of the West Philadelphia “House of Horrors” abortion clinic to the big screen, … Read more
Planned Parenthood just found out how in 50 words or less they can communicate to the world their twisted interest in indoctrinating the next generation with extreme abortion-centric viewpoints.
The now-viral tweet from a Planned Parenthood affiliate in Pennsylvania suggested … Read more