• Planned Parenthood Whistleblower Sues Abortion Giant For Defamation

    The Center for Medical Progress and undercover journalist David Daleiden are suing Planned Parenthood for defamation after the abortion provider told media outlets Daleiden “manufacture[d]” and “created” a “false smear campaign” in releasing video footage of PPFA employees... Read more
  • The Unconventional Mission of ‘Sister Dede’

    Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts Sister Deirdre “Dede” Byrne made national headlines when she delivered a speech at the Republican National Convention that portrayed unborn children as “the largest marginalized group in the world.” Her speech came a week after the... Read more
  • Mexico City Policy is working, federal report finds

    Pro-life conditions on U.S. health aid have not resulted in significant gaps in health care provision, and foreign NGOs have broadly accepted the provisions, multiple federal agencies reported on Tuesday.  The Departments of State and Health and Human Services (HHS), along with the U.S.... Read more
  • Austin City Council reroutes taxpayer funding from police budget to ‘abortion access’

    The City Council of Austin, Texas, voted unanimously this week to cut the city police department’s budget and transferred a portion of that funding to groups that help women access abortion. According to the Texas Tribune, the Council agreed to cut about $150 million from the Austin... Read more
  • Federal court rules Arkansas abortion restrictions can take effect

     A federal court of appeals has removed an injunction blocking four Arkansas abortion regulations from going into effect. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled Friday to reinstate the 2017 Arkansas laws. They can take effect August 28, although they may still face... Read more
  • Planned Parenthood of New York Finally Disavows Margaret Sanger

    The pro-life movement has spent decades pointing out that Planned Parenthood’s founder, Margaret Sanger, had racist views and was a leading member of the eugenics movement primarily because she wished to eliminate populations she called “unfit” and “feebleminded” (read: poor,... Read more
  • Pro-life Texas Democrat says racial slurs won’t stop his pro-life advocacy

    A pro-life Texas state senator running for re-election says he won’t be deterred by racial slurs directed against him by pro-abortion groups. State senator Eddie Lucio, representing Texas’ 27th district in the southern tip of the state, is a Catholic pro-life Democrat from a... Read more
  • Despite Ruling in June Medical Services v. Russo – Pro-Lifers Should Not Give Up Or Give In

    Supreme Court. Credit: Addie Mena / CNA. Pro-lifers are rightly disappointed by today’s Supreme Court ruling in June Medical Services v. Russo. The narrow 5-4 decision struck down a set of popular common-sense health and safety regulations of abortion facilities that were enacted by the... Read more
  • Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion clinic law

    The Supreme Court delivered two decisions Monday on cases concerning life issues. Among a total of three decisions issued by the court June 29, justices overturned a Louisiana state law seeking to hold abortion clinics to the same standards as other surgical centers.  In a 5-4 decision... Read more
  • Is Coronavirus Increasing Abortion Rates?

    The coronavirus pandemic has certainly had a profound impact on the provision of health care in the United States. Earlier this year, federal and state officials mandated closures of those health care providers they deemed as offering elective surgeries and “nonessential” medical care.... Read more