Posts Tagged: abortion
Friends, I’d like to draw your attention to an article from The New York Times’ website regarding an issue that could be coming up for debate in the U.S. Senate as quickly as this summer: whether privately-financed abortions should be … Read more
Professor Michael New of the University of Alabama writes in National Review Online of the failed sex-education model in Great Britain — a model some lawmakers want to impose on Pennsylvania’s public schools. The so-called “comprehensive” sex-ed curriculum promotes contraceptive … Read more
In a column in Sunday’s Washington Post, columnist Kathleen Parker endorses legislation requiring that women seeking abortions receive ultrasound examinations of the unborn child within, and that those women be allowed the choice to view the images. Of course, pro-abortion … Read more
From our sister organization, the Louisiana Family Forum 1. The American people are opposed to it! 2. Voters Think They Personally Would Suffer, Not Gain, From Healthcare Reform: 3. It expands the scope of government: 4. It Destroys American … Read more
We at Pennsylvania Family Institute have long challenged the establishment of school-based clinics for three big reasons: 1) they facilitate and encourage teen sexual activity, which is not healthy; 2) they distribute contraceptives and present them as a fail-safe, when … Read more
Michael Sullivan, President of the Illinois Catholics Prayer Breakfast, summed up the new Health Care law’s impact related to abortion coverage:
“Essentially what we have now is a stimulus package for the abortion industry,” Sullivan said.
The quote comes from … Read more
Dr. Albert Mohler linked to this op-ed on his Twitter page this morning, leading into it with these words: “William McGurn of the Wall Street Journal nails the meaning of the “pro-life” abortion surrender. Tragic but true.”
Read it here… Read more
My good friend Lee Wishing of Grove City College’s Center for Vision and Values wrote a great piece on last night’s Obamacare vote, and the deceitfulness of those who advanced it. It appears in today’s WORLD magazine blog.
Rep. Bart Stupak, the Michigan democrat who yesterday “caved” along with some other “pro-life” democrats and voted for Obamacare apparently was never going to vote no. Look at what he told his constituents last fall:… Read more
Several members of Pennsylvania’s Democrat delegation to Congress call themselves “pro-life.” All but two of them caved in, and voted for the Obamacare bill, which includes abortion funding.
Here is the list of self-identified “pro-life” democrats who voted for the … Read more