By Andrea Trudden Google announced in May that it would be implementing a new ad policy that would directly affect pregnancy help organizations. The policy requires ads using keywords related to abortion to carry one of two disclaimers: “Provides abortion” or “Does not provide abortions.” Wednesday, Google officially enacted this new policy. Google’s Abortion Ad …Continue reading "Google Enacts Policy on Abortion-Related Ads"
By Jor-El Godsey, President of Heartbeat International Tech giant Google has decided to aid the sales of abortion profiteers. In an announcement, the multi-billion dollar advertising retailer said it will require “ads using keywords related to getting an abortion” to carry one of two disclaimers: “Provides abortion” or “Does not provide abortions.” Allegedly, this is …Continue reading "Appalling: Google Aids Abortion Profiteers"
By Dave Andrusko Even when the media tell us that abortion is not important as an issue in elections, we know better. But occasionally, as was revealed this week in a story written for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, we see how widespread is interest in the fate of unborn babies. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D) is …Continue reading "Google Trends finds both Missourians and the nation as a whole keenly searching the abortion issue"
By Calvin Freiburger September 11, 2018 – One of the world’s most influential companies attempted to sway the 2016 presidential election to Hillary Clinton, according to an email chain newly obtained by Breitbart and Fox News. Google Multicultural Marketing department chief Eliana Murillo wrote a November 9, 2016 email chain titled “Election results and the …Continue reading "Google tried to elect Hillary Clinton via Hispanic voter turnout, emails reveal"
By Katie Franklin In recent years, abortion activists have ramped up a campaign to tar and feather the country’s 2,750 pregnancy help centers as “fake clinics.” From protesting the non-profits in creepy costumes to smearing them in Google reviews, they’re throwing everything at them to see what sticks. This past week, Business Insider ran a bogus …Continue reading "Abortion Activists Harass Google Employees on Their Way to Work"
By Jay Hobbs A new report is out, and the numbers aren’t looking good for the failing abortion industry and its flagship corporation, Planned Parenthood. Despite billions in income—including $543.7 million in taxpayer funding per year just to Planned Parenthood—it seems abortion profiteers are losing the battle online against the nation’s 2,750 pro-life pregnancy help centers. …Continue reading "NEW REPORT: Pro-Life Centers are outdistancing Planned Parenthood on Google"
Is it possible to argue effectively for the rights of the unborn to a secular audience? Just Google it! By John Stonestreet & G. Shane Morris Editor’s note. This appears at Breakpoint and was originally aired July 3, 2017. Many were surprised when Tim Keller was invited to give a Google Talk back in 2008 about …Continue reading "Being Pro-Life at Google: The Case for Life is Strong"
By Jay Hobbs The more abortion absolutists peddle the fiction that pro-life pregnancy centers and medical clinics are “fake abortion clinics” that lie to women, the more they’re finding—or would find if they were paying attention, anyway—that nobody’s buying the lies they’re selling. As part of the so-called “Expose Fake Clinics” campaign led by former …Continue reading "Google Removes False Reviews Slandering Pro-Life Centers as “Fake Abortion Clinics”"
Editor’s note. The following was sent out by Tom Glessner, the president of The National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA), in response to the assault by NARAL on Crisis Pregnancy Centers, also known as Pregnancy Resource Centers and Pregnancy Medical Clinics. We have covered the NARAL/Google story at nrlc.cc/ShPZim; nrlc.cc/ShQ4mr; and nrlc.cc/PY2X2H. …Continue reading "When it comes to Google advertising, it is pro-abortion sources who are the real deceivers"
By Dave Andrusko Since yours truly, along with most of America, has not seen the “documentation” NARAL provided Google, it’s very difficult to evaluate NARAL’s allegation that most CPC ads are deceptive, according to Google’s own ad criteria. If you add a post that appeared on the pro-abortion website rhrealitycheck.org yesterday, here’s what we …Continue reading "A deeper look at Google’s NARAL-influenced decision on CPC ads"
By Dave Andrusko Over the next few days, we should learn more about NARAL’s successful campaign to convince Google to pull ads paid for by Crisis Pregnancy Centers. Yesterday we talked about what could be gleaned from a story in the Washington Post (“Google accepts NARAL’s ‘analysis,’ rejects pro-life CPC ads”). Today we’ll talk …Continue reading "Having won over Google, NARAL looks for more ways to stop CPCs from advertising"
Editor’s note. We have twice posted on NARAL’s most recent sleazy attack on crisis pregnancy centers, in this instance convincing Google to refuse to accept advertising from an as yet unspecified number of CPCs [nrlc.cc/1hQwuSI and nrlc.cc/1o0tIje]. The ostensible grounds? That the ads from these pregnancy help centers were deceiving and violated Google’s own …Continue reading "Heartbeat International responds to “the most recent of a long line of ongoing attacks by NARAL on our pregnancy help centers”"