NFL fullback Evan Rodriquez and his wife, Olivia, are refusing to abort their first child who doctors say will be born with a rare and deadly birth defect, and are instead leaving the child’s fate in God’s hands.
A UK court has decided that the critically ill baby of parents who both suffer from learning disabilities can be denied life-saving treatment even though serious questions are being raised about whether the child’s parents fully understand what they supposedly agreed to allow.
In a soon-to-be released video by The Center for Medical Progress, StemExpress CEO Cate Dyer jokes about how their customers don’t like it when they send whole fetal baby parts through the mail because their lab techs “freak out”.
A group of Satanists tried to disrupt a Planned Parenthood protest on Saturday by showing up garbed as priests and dousing two women in milk in protest of the “theocratic agenda imposed on female bodies” by the loudly praying crowd who surrounded them.
The Smithsonian Institution is embroiled in a new controversy surrounding its decision to feature a bust of Margaret Sanger, the eugenicist and founder of Planned Parenthood, in the National Portrait Gallery, an exhibit they are refusing to remove.
The Center for Medical Progress has released a seventh video entitled, “Planned Parenthood’s Custom Abortions for Superior Product” which features graphic images of intact aborted fetuses, one of whom is still moving, while StemExpress former employee Holly O’Donnell describes the gruesome task of harvesting its organs.
Congressional investigators are turning up the heat on Planned Parenthood as well as the Obama Administration in their search for answers about what laws were broken by the abortion giant in its procurement of fetal baby parts, and whether or not federal funds were used at any point in the process.
Just because “boys will be boys” doesn’t mean they can’t do anything more than ride bikes or play softball. In the case of nine year-old, Max Volanski, this is a boy on a mission to not only defend the unborn, but to do so in the shadow of the nation’s largest abortuary.
The biotech firm caught in the firestorm surrounding Planned Parenthood’s unethical practice of selling fetal body parts has decided to sever all relations with the abortion giant.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has ruled that the biotech firm, StemExpress, whose former employees are featured in several undercover videos exposing the Planned Parenthood baby parts scandal, cannot access the material of investigative journalists at the pro-life group, Center for Medical Progress (CMP).