PBS ‘Frontline’ Film on the Abortion Scene in Philadelphia Omits Kermit Gosnell

By Alexa Moutevelis Coombs PBS’s FRONTLINE episode “The Abortion Divide,” an update of a piece by Mark Obenhaus that examined abortion politics in Pennsylvania in 1983, aired on April 23. The film bounced back and forth between the 1980s and today, ranging from the inner city of Philadelphia to the suburbs and recording five separate …

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9 Months That Made You

Editor’s note. Yikes, I missed this alert from our friends at Massachusetts Citizens for Life. While the first episode aired last night, you can watch the premiere at pbs.org. A terrific use of 55 minutes of your time. Starting Wednesday, PBS is offering a new series about the first 9 months of our lives and …

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More free publicity from PBS for the Abortion Industry

By Dave Andrusko A colleague passed along a reminder alert sent out by Nancy Northrop, the President & CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, one of the hot-shot pro-abortion legal firms. Northrop/CRR was celebrating that next week one of the Abortion Industry’s most reliable friend–PBS–would be broadcasting “Trapped.” As you’ll recall, this ridiculously misleading …

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Science Takes Back Seat to Personal Attacks on PBS Program

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran in the August 2007 National Right to Life News and is today’s edition of our year-long “Roe at 40” series where we are bringing you some of the best articles that have appeared in NRL News going back to 1973! This story concerns a contentious PBS program where …

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