LifeNews.com Pro-Life News Report
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
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• Congress to Investigate Planned Parenthood Abortion Business
• Pro-Life March Will Challenge Mainstream Media to Drop the Abortion Bias
• Chinese Woman Kidnapped and Forced Have Abortion at Seven Months
• Wendy Davis Has No Clue What Happened at Kermit Gosnells Abortion Clinic
More Pro-Life News
• Man Tries to Sell His Girlfriends Asthmatic Baby for $100 on CraigsList
• BroChoice: Activist Says Oregon Best State to Have Sex In Because Its Pro-Abortion
• Tweet Calling Wendy Davis Abortion Barbie Has Twitter All Abuzz
• Womens Medical Group Bans Pro-Life Physicians From Giving Presentations
• Keep Fighting to Strip Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz of Taxpayer Funds
• Busting Planned Parenthood Abortion Bizs Fraud in Texas Just the Beginning
• Study: Distance to Get an Abortion Shorter Than Distance to Get to Work
• What if Babies Dying From Abortion Were Kids Drowning? Would You Save Them?
• New York Times Falsely Claims Fetal Pain is a Fake Medical Theory
• When a Mother and Unborn Baby Tragically Die, New York Times Still Uses Fetus
• Two-Year-Old Who Served as Best Man at Couples Wedding Passes Away
• Battle to Keep Busiest Virginia Abortion Clinic Closed Continues
• Reports of China Reforming Its One-Child, Forced Abortion Policy Premature
• Disability Groups Worry UK Assisted Suicide Ruling Will Lead to Euthanasia
• Most Canadian Doctors Would Not Kill Patients in Assisted Suicides
• Pro-Lifers Attack Pro-Life Group for Being Pro-Life
The Government Accountability Offices (GAO), a Congressional agency, has indicated it will conduct an investigation of the Planned Parenthood abortion, business, which was recently busted for millions of dollars of Medicaid fraud in Texas.
The abortion giant has engaged in at least $12.5 million in fraud over multiple states that has become public knowledge so far. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Its too uncomfortable for the public. This is the mainstream medias collective excuse for not broadcasting major stories related to abortion. It took months for the Gosnell trial to be acknowledged, and thereafter scantly covered in comparison to comparable scandals, by networks like ABC.
During debates over the hotly contested pro-life omnibus bill in Texas this season, networks chose to ignore the issue and talk about Wendy Daviss pink running shoes instead. Rampant maternal deaths and botched abortions at innumerable abortion facilities across the nation, like LeRoy Carharts and Virginias Nova Womens Healthcare, are blatantly ignored. Because its too uncomfortable. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Although some questionable news reports claim China is reforming its one-child, forced abortion policy, women continue to be forced to have abortions.
Wendy Davis is now the face of the pro-abortion movement but they may want to consider getting a new national spokeswoman since she clearly has no idea what shes talking about when it comes to abortion.
Davis yesterday admitted she doesnt know much about the biggest abortion case in recent history the conviction of Kermit Gosnell for killing babies in brutal abortion-infanticide procedures. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Years ago, pro-life people passed around a popular flier that asked the rhetorical question: How much is a human life worth? The answer, of course, is that one cant affix a price on the value of the life of a human being.
But one man, who was caught attempting to sell his lovers baby on CraigsList, thinks the price of the life of a child should be about a hundred bucks. Worse, the baby suffers from asthama and that was part of the reason he desired to sell her. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
The whole BroChoice campaign and the notion that supporting abortion is a good thing for men to do because it allows them to get out of the responsibility of becoming a parent by pressuring their partner to have an abortion continues to expand.
Conservative activist Erick Erickson has Twitter abuzz this afternoon.
I am in the middle of reading Free Speech for Me But Not for Thee: How the American Left and Right Relentlessly Censor Each Other, by the wonderful journalist and First Amendment champion Nat Hentoff (who happens to be a pro-life atheist as well). The book was first published two decades ago. Sadly, it remains as timely as ever. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Keep Fighting to Strip Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz of Taxpayer Funds
In the last few days, one skirmish among dozens in the coast-to-coast legal abortion war came to an end in Indiana when the state and Planned Parenthood reached an agreement that formalizes a series of rulings by federal courts over the last two years. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
After investigating Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast over allegations that it charged Medicaid for services which were not rendered and which were medically unnecessary, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbotts office announced a $1.4 million fine for the abortionists. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Study: Distance to Get an Abortion Shorter Than Distance to Get to Work
The Guttmacher Institute (GI) just released a study entitled, How Far Did US Women Travel for Abortions in 2008? by Rachel Jones and Jenna Jerman. This study indicates that 71 percent of patients traveled fewer than 25 miles and 85 percent traveled fewer than 50 miles to obtain an abortion. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
I was a lifeguard at the local country club my senior year of high school. It was the one job I absolutely enjoyed and looked forward to every day. I would never have admitted it then but I loved being the one on watch to protect people, especially the children. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
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In his August 2 article, Theory On Pain Is Driving Rules For Abortion, New York Timess Erik Eckholm set about to critique how the theory of fetal pain is driving a push by pro-lifers for state laws tightening up abortion restrictions. Yet, in trying to convince readers that fetal pain is a fringe medical theory, he failed to cite any mainstream medical journal that explicitly rules out the probability that unborn children feel pain in the womb. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
The term fetus is Latin for young one and, in and of itself, is not an offensive term when it comes to acknowledging the humanity of the unborn child before birth. But the media and abortion backers often employ the word as opposed to terms like unborn child or baby to describe human beings before birth in order to remove their humanity and lessen their moral standing. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
The little two-year-old boy who served as the best man for his parents wedding passed away. The heartbreaking story has captured the attention of millions on the Internet and many have watched a vet moving video. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
The busiest abortion business in the state of Virginia closed last month. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
The following article was originally published by the Disability News Service in the UK on August 1, 2013. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Reports are surfacing today that China is considering reforming its one-child pro-abortion population control policy. Not so fast. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Canada faces an assisted suicide/euthanasia legalization crisis, with lawsuits, advocacy for legalization, and Quebec poised to pass a law that not only legalizes wide-open euthanasia, but requires doctors to do the killing when the killing is going to be done. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/
Pro-life organizations are used to attacks from pro-abortion organizations like NARAL and Planned Parenthood, but theyre not used to their friends and colleagues in the pro-life movement attacking them. http://www.lifenews.com/2013/