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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
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Methotrexate: Pharmacist Error Judie Brown

This story is making its way around pro-life news media because methotrexate can be used for early abortions. Read [todays guest commentary] to get a more accurate view of why methotrexate is found in retail pharmacies, the poor job that the media does in presenting medical stories, and an example of who the media uses as an expert for retail pharmacy practice.          

[ Read the full commentary here. ]

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'Worst attack - ever': Planned Parenthood reeling from attacks on all fronts

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In a desperate attempt to rally pro-abortion forces to head-off proposed defunding and allegations of illegal activity at Planned Parenthood, CEO Cecile Richards sent out an e-mail on February 14 with the subject line "the worst attack - ever." Richards said that the "anti-choice House leadership is forcing a vote on the most dangerous legislative assault on women's health in Planned parenthood's 95-year history ... They want to shut down every Planned Parenthood health center in America," Richards declared.          
Thousands join webcast about Planned Parenthood targeting Phill Kline


Planned Parenthood Corruption (PPC) issued a webcast Tuesday evening to educate listeners about the abortion organization's efforts to silence former Attorney General of Kansas, Phill Kline. Four thousand nine hundred eighty-eight people tuned in to the 90-minute event. Phill Kline was the first (and only) prosecutor in the United States who brought a case against Planned Parenthood (PP). PP is fighting back by destroying Phill Kline's career and impugning his character with trumped up ethics charges. Basically, PP claims Kline cannot prosecute abortion facilities because he is pro-life. His case goes to court Monday in Kansas.  

'House' actress Lisa Edelstein stars in pro-choice ad as abortion fight heats up in Congress

Lisa Edelstein plays Dr. Lisa Cuddy, the dean of medicine and hospital administrator on Fox's medical drama "House." But Edelstein plays a patient in her latest work: A ad accusing the Republican Party of "trying to send women back to the back alley" when it comes to abortion. "With the economy, joblessness and eight million wars that we're fighting, it seems very odd for Republicans to take over Congress and begin attacking women's rights," Edelstein told POLITICO. In the ad, which is set in the 1950s, she plays the role of a nervous woman walking to what seems to be an abortion clinic. She opens the door to find a lone coat hanger, a long-time symbol of dangerous, illegal abortions.      
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