A film documenting the shocking true story of the investigation and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell, whose seedy West Philadelphia abortion clinic was dubbed the “House of Horrors” by law enforcement, will open in theaters on October 12.
Don’t be fooled by the posturing of lawmakers and pundits who claim the battle over the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is about seeking justice for the woman who accused him of sexual assault in high school. This war has nothing to do with that alleged incident. It’s all about Roe.
Because of the connection between Susan G. Komen and Planned Parenthood, this breast cancer survivor is not only saying “no” to Komen and is providing a list of pro-life breast cancer charities for those who don’t want their donations to end up in the coffers of the nation’s largest abortion provider.
Although there can never be a “right” way to advertise for emergency contraception, an advertisement by a British sexual health clinic could not have gotten it more wrong by featuring a sky-high stiletto and tube of lipstick alongside a pink pacifier while asking the question, “Would you give up this for this?”
A widely publicized poll that allegedly found only 23 percent of Americans willing to overturn Roe v. Wade – which most mistakenly believe will end abortion in America – has been found to have been fatally flawed.
Cardi-B, a 25-year-old rapper and award winning musician used her time on stage this week at MTV’s Video Music Awards (VMAs) to brag about how she not only had the baby everyone wanted her to abort, but that she’s “still winning awards” – thus driving a stake through the heart of the myth that a woman can’t be a mother and have a successful career at the same time.