Dr. Susan Berry

Dr. Susan Berry

Susan Berry has a doctorate in psychology. She writes about cultural, educational, and healthcare issues.
This photo taken June 5, 2012, outside the statehouse in Columbus, Ohio, shows a large balloon in support of the Heartbeat Bill. An Ohio bill that would have imposed the most stringent restriction on abortions in the nation met its end Tuesday. Senators don't plan to vote on the so-called …

Ohio House Passes ‘Heartbeat’ Bill Again After John Kasich Veto

Thursday’s vote in the state House that approved the heartbeat bill echoed that of the last legislative session when it passed as well. In December 2016, both the Ohio House and Senate approved the measure, but Republican Gov. John Kasich vetoed it. According to the Columbus Dispatch, GOP Governor-elect Mike DeWine said he will sign it into law.

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Watch: Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Video Sparks Parent Outrage

“We are getting a flood of e-mails, phone calls and Facebooks,” said school board member Eric Robinson, according to Fox 13 News, about the video that features a man grabbing a woman’s breast and same-sex couples making out.

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Planned Parenthood President Fails to Mention Its Main Service Is Abortion

The organization’s most recent annual report for 2016-2017 shows Planned Parenthood continues to perform over 320,000 abortions per year while offering minimal services, such as ultrasounds during pregnancy, and other necessary services needed by low-income pregnant women who want to have a healthy baby.

Teachers at Humphrey Elementary school participate in a state-wide walk-in prior to classes Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Chandler, Ariz. Arizona teachers are demanding a 20 percent pay raise and more than $1 billion in new education funding. (AP Photo/Matt York)

‘Teacher Wave’ Fizzle: Two-Thirds of Teachers on Ballot Lost in Midterms

“It could have cohered into a clear story—a wave story—but in fact, it’s more of a patchwork,” said Jeffrey Henig, the director of the politics and education program at Teachers College at Columbia University. “This will be disappointing to some folks who were very excited and envisioned a teacher wave.”

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Where Life Won and Lost in 2018 Midterms

The pro-life movement gained victories both with ballot measures and in the U.S. Senate, but Democrat control of the House will present a fierce challenge.

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Ex-Planned Parenthood CEO Campaigns with MT Sen. Jon Tester

Richards, who presided over America’s largest abortion chain for 12 years until her departure earlier this year, spoke with Tester to a crowd of some 60 people at Montana State University, reported Montana Public Radio.

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speaks during a health care rally at the 2017 Convention of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee on September 22, 2017 in San Francisco, California. Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed the California Nurses Association about his Medicare for All Act of 2017 bill. (Photo by …

Dr. Kristin Held: ‘Medicare for All’ Completes Government Takeover of Medicine

“Government completes the takeover of the entire health insurance industry in one small paragraph,” she explains. “Government becomes the single payer, and the transformation from free-market, patient-centered medicine to socialized medicine that serves the common good of the state is complete.”