Planned Parenthood Claims It’s Doing Sacred Work

12 10 2011 is reporting that a Planned Parenthood facility in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is attempting to clean up its image by posting a sign at its entrance that states, “Planning for parenthood is sacred work.” Um, yeah. As Shawn Carney states,

If “planning for parenthood” means a husband and wife prayerfully cooperating with God’s will within holy matrimony, then that can be sacred.

But that isn’t what they’re talking about — not at an abortion center.

Carney lays out exactly how much of PP’s business–and it is a business to them–revolves around killing unborn babies. Excellent post by Carney. Click on the link above to see the sign.


Great New Ad Against Planned Parenthood

26 02 2011

American Life League has posted a great ad on Youtube. Very creative way to show the reality of abortion. Hat-tip to Jill Stanek

PP, Kansas Abortionist Didn’t Report 164 Cases of Child Statutory Rape

23 02 2011

Pro-Life blogger Jill Stanek is reporting that in testimony that former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline gave yesterday, during investigations that he conducted, he found that Planned Parenthood and the late abortionist George Tiller failed to report 164 cases of child statutory rape.

Kline just revealed to the court under oath that he found 166 instances during a specific time period when girls 14 years old and younger got abortions at clinics owned either by late-term abortionist George Tiller or Planned Parenthood of Overland Park.

But during that same time period, Kline testified, Planned Parenthood reported only one case of child rape, and Tiller reported only one case of child rape.

This means there were 164 instances when girls 14-years-old and younger had abortions at one of those abortion clinics, and the clinics failed to report the abortions to authorities.

Great legacy, Mr. Tiller. Way to uphold the law, Planned Parenthood. Why would we expect anything else from either party?

More Videotape of Planned Parenthood Willing to Break Law Surfaces

6 02 2011 is reporting that three new videos have become public which show employees at Planned Parenthood facilities in Roanoke and Charlottesville, Virginia, giving assistance to alleged sex traffickers and advising them on how to skirt the law with their underage prostitutes.

The three new videos includes a Roanoke, Virginia abortion facility staffer suggesting the sex trafficker consider going to the health department instead of taking the girls he is victimizing to the Planned Parenthood — because it would be easier to hide the illegal activity.

“They’re discreet. They’re confidential. They, you know, don’t tell people what’s going on, because — frankly — it’s nobody’s business,” the female Planned Parenthood staff person is shown saying on the video. “And the thing is, see this is the thing a lot of people don’t know that. . .Right, through the Health Department.”

The videos shows giving birth control and STD testing for underage prostitutes is no problem.

“From the age of 12 up, for birth control, you can just come in and do that. You don’t have to have a parent, OK?”

Strangely, Planned Parenthood has come out and condemned the undercover activities of Live Action, the pro-life organization who secretly taped the conversations, stating that their employees did the right thing after the conversations, including calling law enforcement and getting the sex trafficker’s license plate number. The problem with Planned Parenthood’s response is that they don’t mention that the employees had a totally wrong response to these undercover actors. It appears that the employees have absolutely no problem with what these actors are proposing and give them serious advice on how to further their illegal sex trafficking activities. This would seem to indicate that Planned Parenthood has an institutional disregard for the law and is only concerned with providing females of any age with the means to kill their unborn babies.

Planned Parenthood Stung by Undercover Stings

3 02 2011

Live Action, a pro-life action organization, has released two videos which depict two individuals posing as a pimp and a prostitute, asking employees at two Planned Parenthoods how to arrange services for underage prostitutes. From Fox News

The first video, shot at a clinic in Perth Amboy, N.J., was released Tuesday. The anti-abortion group Live Action released a second video Thursday showing a similar scene at a clinic in Richmond, Va.
The manager in the first video, identified as Amy Woodruff, was fired by Planned Parenthood after the video was released.
Phyllis Kinsler, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey, said the organization has a “zero tolerance policy for this kind of behavior” and that the employee was immediately suspended Tuesday before being fired.

The video released Tuesday quickly gave momentum to Rep. Mike Pence’s, R-Ind., effort to strip federal funding for abortion providers. With Planned Parenthood the biggest recipient of those funds, Pence said Americans should be “shocked” that the organization “has been recorded aiding and abetting underage sex trafficking.”
“The recent release of an undercover video exposing duplicity and potential criminality by an employee of Planned Parenthood is an outrage,” Pence said. “The time to deny any and all funding to Planned Parenthood is now.”

With God as Their Cover

10 12 2009

Kathryn Jean Lopez has a great piece at NRO that discusses the anger of the Democrats and Pro-Abortion activists at Congressman Bart Stupak’s amendment to the House healthcare bill that would not allow federal funds to be used for abortions.

Abortion, they say, wasn’t supposed to be an issue in the health-care debate. By which they mean: The revolution must include abortion. “Reproductive rights are human rights” is the way Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, put it. Abortion is, in fact, a “God-given right,” according to the Rev. Carlton Veazey, a Baptist minister and the president and CEO of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice.

Huh??? Abortion is a God-given right??? He must be talking about one of those other gods.

Those who oppose abortion, of course, agree with them on the first part of that assertion, the “keep abortion out” mantra. However, the abortion advocates insist that it is “gender discrimination” to treat abortion as something other than just another medical procedure. They view the House version of the health-care bill as a “rollback” of women’s rights. The problem is: If you want government to take over health care in America, you can’t avoid stirring up this issue. Because the life-ending, do-harm “medical procedure” of abortion is legal — either you avoid government financial entanglement with it or you don’t, and, if you don’t, you violate the conscience rights of millions of Americans.

Read the rest of Lopez’s article.

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Arizona To Entertain New Pro-Life Law

25 02 2009 is reporting that a new bill is making its way through the Arizona legislature that would provide a big win for pro-lifers after years of vetoes by Arizona’s former pro-abortion governor.

The legislation would require a pre-abortion waiting period and mandatory disclosures to women seeking abortions. It also would allow pharmacists and health care providers to refuse to participate in abortion or emergency contraception on moral grounds. Other provisions toughen the existing law on parental rights.

Former Gov. Janet Napolitano, a Democratic abortion rights supporter, vetoed every anti-abortion bill passed by the Republican-led Legislature during six years in office.

Dr. Candace Lew, a Planned Parenthood Arizona leader and an obstetrician-gynecologist who practices in Tempe, said the so-called “informed consent” provisions are insulting to women.

“It is not government’s place to make a woman’s decision for her and this bill certainly attempts to do that,” Lew said.

Huh? Dr. Lew, the government is NOT trying to make the woman’s decision for her. It is trying to ensure that the woman is more informed before making a life-changing (and life-taking) decision. Why do pro-abortion activists always get riled up when it comes to making the public better informed about abortion?