By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Last Friday was the fifth anniversary of the slaying of George Tiller, notorious for performing late abortions up through the ninth month of pregnancy. There were a number of stories lauding Tiller. We learn from the Wichita Eagle that a joint media conference call from Julie …Continue reading "“Tiller legacy” adherents wrong about Kansas law"
By Thaddeus Baklinski Editor’s note. This first appeared at lifesitenews.com WICHITA, Kansas, August 30, 2013 – Ads for an abortion facility will soon fill Kansas airwaves, after a Clear Channel radio station has changed its policy, according to a pro-life group. “For several months Clear Channel radio refused paid ads from the new South Wind …Continue reading "Clear Channel bows to pressure to air ads for former Tiller abortion facility"
By Dave Andrusko Last month, NRL News Today ran a story written by Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director for Kansans for Life, headlined “Kansans recoil at upcoming abortion business opening at Wichita location.” Here is her opening paragraph: “Ever since the death of George Tiller in May 2009, there’s been a national push to re-open his …Continue reading "Rebranding a late-term abortion clinic as “a building that was full of love and compassion for women”"
By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director Kansans for Life Ever since the death of George Tiller in May 2009, there’s been a national push to re-open his late-term abortion clinic, led by the abortion advocacy group, Trust Women. That organization is run by Julie Burkhart, a one-time Tiller employee who ran his Political Action Committee from …Continue reading "Kansans recoil at upcoming abortion business opening at Wichita location"