James Scott Pendergraft IV, who was arrested three years ago after police found illegal drugs and bloody abortion instruments in his car, has had his medical license revoked by the Florida Board of Medicine.

Abortionist with Fentanyl, Bloody Instruments in Car Loses Medical License

During a routine traffic stop in 2015 in Spartanburg, South Carolina, police officers found Fentanyl, LSD, and marijuana in the vehicle belonging to James Scott Pendergraft IV, in addition to bloody abortion instruments – used in illegal home abortions – that still had human tissue attached.

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Texas HD 128: Lawsuit Seeks Videos for Use in Campaign

A Republican candidate for state representative filed a lawsuit seeking the right to use legislative videos taken during proceedings of the Texas House of Representatives in his campaign advertising. He claims that the videos highlight votes and positions that his opponent incumbent Wayne Smith (R-Baytown) has taken that are inconsistent with what Smith tells constituents.

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Court Denies ACLU Contempt Motion Against Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis

The same judge who ordered Kentucky clerk Kim Davis to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples has now rejected a motion filed by the ACLU that would have forced her to issue the licenses with her name and title on them.

David Daleiden, one of the two anti-abortion activists indicted last week, speaks to supporters outside the Harris County Criminal Courthouse after turning himself in to authorities Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, in Houston. Daleiden and Sandra Merritt are charged with tampering with a governmental record, a felony punishable by up to …

Texas DA Offers Deal to Planned Parenthood Undercover Journalists

The pro-life operatives who took undercover videos in Planned Parenthood facilities and were indicted by a Harris County, Texas, grand jury, have been offered pretrial diversion in the criminal cases against them say attorneys for the pair.

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Denied Satanic Prayer in Florida Is Stirring Up Controversy

According to a report from ClickOrlando, a controversy in Lake County, FL is brewing around one man’s request for a satanic prayer before a recent county commission meeting. Chaz Stevens is calling the denial of his satanic prayer “discriminatory.” An email from

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Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis Switches to GOP

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, has left the Democratic Party and joined the GOP, saying that the Democratic party abandoned her.