Tag: abortion industry

U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski, D-Ill., campaigns for re-election in Illinois' 3rd Congressional District at a commuter train station in Berwyn, Ill., Monday, Jan. 14, 2008. Those challenging Lipinski portray him as too conservative and a pal of Republicans _ as well as a by-product of nepotism because his father, the …

Pro-Life Democrat Dan Lipinski Defeats Abortion Lobby Candidate in Illinois Primary

Rep. Dan Lipinski – one of the last pro-life Democrats in Congress – beat out the abortion lobby’s little-known primary challenger in a tight race that came to represent the abortion industry’s coup of the soul of a party that claims to welcome “diversity,” but apparently not when it comes to abortion.

David Daleiden

Planned Parenthood Sting Video Maker Vows, ‘I Am Not Backing Down’

The video journalist who rocked the nation with his shocking recordings of Planned Parenthood officials allegedly involved in the sale of aborted baby body parts for profit, says he refuses to back down despite numerous attempts by the “abortion empire” to criminalize his work.

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Democrat Party the ‘Handmaid’ of the Abortion Industry

At Planned Parenthood’s centennial gala this week, Hillary Clinton cited feminist novel The Handmaid’s Tale to urge supporters of the abortion chain not to relinquish the right to abortion, but – as it turns out – the Democrat Party has succumbed and abandoned many of its principles to become the “handmaid” of the abortion industry.

A pregnant Albanin woman watches her baby in the monitor as a doctor performs a sonogram in Tirana on November 9, 2011. In Albania, abortion was legalised on the eve of the Communist regime's fall in the 1990s. Since then, it has become almost a favourite method to chose the …

‘Life at Conception’ Bill Introduced in North Carolina

A North Carolina lawmaker has introduced a bill into the state legislature that would include a definition of the beginning of life as “the moment of fertilization or cloning.” Rep. Beverly Boswell (R) introduced H.B. 163, which would provide “equal