By Katie Franklin When Faith first came to her local pregnancy help center, she was not a mother in crisis. Unexpectedly pregnant at 21, she was beside herself with joy. “In fact, I was excited to be a mother for the first time,” she would later tell a roomful of supporters at a fundraiser for …Continue reading "Faith Was Pregnant and Homeless but Chose Life for Baby Noah Anyway. Today They’re Thriving."
By Nancy Valko In a stunning December 20, 2018 New York Times article titled “Planned Parenthood Is Accused of Mistreating Pregnant Employees,” former employees of the $1.5 billion dollar ($543.7 million in government grants and reimbursements) organization assert that they were discriminated against because of their pregnancies. The New York Times has long been one …Continue reading "The Real Trouble with Planned Parenthood"
By Dave Andrusko Leana Wen is Planned Parenthood’s new president so we shouldn’t be (and aren’t) surprised that Dr. Wen is the recipient of an endless stream of flattering profiles. The latest came this week and appeared in Buzzfeed. But Wen was not happy with the story’s headline. In a tweet she complained I am …Continue reading "Don’t be mislead: New PPFA president insists Abortion is Job 1"
By Dave Andrusko Planned Parenthood of the Heartland has been one of Planned Parenthood’s largest affiliates, having gobbled up smaller affiliates along the way. But last May, it announced that PPH, which operates in Iowa and eastern Nebraska, is joining Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Consolidation? “Shake up”? Who knows for sure. …Continue reading "You just never know what Planned Parenthood will say next"
By Paul Stark Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a new Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life brochure about Planned Parenthood. You can find the full brochure online at mccl.org/ resources. PLANNED PARENTHOOD portrays itself as an indispensable provider of women’s health care. But what do the facts tell us? Year after year, Planned Parenthood makes …Continue reading "PLANNED PARENTHOOD: Abortion. Money. Politics. Scandal."
By Katie Franklin For decades, the abortion lobby has attempted to deflect legitimate, nonpartisan criticisms against Big Abortion by attacking pro-life pregnancy help centers that empower women to choose life for their children. But the latest Planned Parenthood scandal demonstrates yet again why these attacks are—as Heartbeat International President Jor-El Godsey says—a “clear case of …Continue reading "3 Important Truths Revealed by the Latest Planned Parenthood Scandal"
By Gabriel Hays Well, well, well, it turns out that Planned Parenthood might not be the immaculate champion of women’s rights they insist to be. Well we all knew that, but it sure is nice to see it as an official story written by The New York Times. In a Thursday report, The New York …Continue reading "‘Women’s Healthcare Provider’ Planned Parenthood Mistreats Pregnant Employees"
By Dave Andrusko The New York Times, the unofficial house organ of the Abortion Industry, published a nearly 2,100 word story today under the much understated headline of “Planned Parenthood Is Accused of Mistreating Pregnant Employees.” Written by Natalie Kitroeff and Jessica Silver-Greenberg, the story attempts to soften the blow by blaming various efforts to …Continue reading "NY Times publishes explosive story documenting PPFA’s “mistreatment of pregnant employees”"
By Dave Andrusko Last week we reported the encouraging news that the last abortion clinic in Nashville had ceased offering abortions. But why did they make that decision? According to a statement from officials with Planned Parenthood of Tennessee and North Mississippi, which operates the north Nashville clinic, the clinic was “undergoing a period of quality …Continue reading "PPFA staffers say Nashville clinic “prioritized money over patients”"
By Dave Andrusko We’ve previously written (and will again tomorrow) about women leaving states with protective abortion laws to go to Illinois where abortions are easy to come by, there is no requirement that women reflect on their decision, and the industry is essentially unregulated. But here’s a new low, even by Planned Parenthood’s standards. …Continue reading "Planned Parenthood fights requirement of pelvic exam prior to a chemical abortion"
By Dave Andrusko The best news, of course, was that the final abortion provider in Nashville, Tennessee, has ceased to offer abortions. But the most fascinating sentence in Anita Wadhwani’s story (updated in today’s Tennessean) is this: On Monday, the Nashville Planned Parenthood clinic was open for non-abortion services, but its waiting room was empty …Continue reading "Decision by PPFA clinic means Tennessee down to six abortion providers"
By Dave Andrusko The headline to Roam Yocham’s story at Boise State Public Radio unintentionally revealed great truths about the unborn child’s most lethal enemy: Planned Parenthood Rolls Back Primary Care In Idaho. The Boise Planned Parenthood clinic won’t provide certain primary care services anymore, but all of their usual reproductive health services will remain. …Continue reading "By ending test pilot program in providing primary care, Boise Planned Parenthood returns to its abortion roots"