Stacked Deck: Wichita Abortion Business Sues to Block Webcam Abortion Ban in Biased Court

By Cheryl Sullenger When the Trust Women abortion business in Wichita, Kansas, filed a constitutional challenge to House Bill 2028, known as the Kansas Telemedicine Act, which is a new law that prevents webcam abortions, they did something that was once unheard of. They filed their challenge in the Shawnee County Court instead of Federal […]

Inspection Report: Hospitalized Patient, Deceptive Records, Legal Violations Detailed at Virginia Abortion Facility

By Cheryl Sullenger Falls Church, VA – A recent inspection report dated June 12, 2018, for the Falls Church Healthcare Center abortion business in Falls Church, Virginia, reveals shocking details of an unreported abortion-related injury, two incomplete abortions, and false entry on two patient charts that wrongly allowed them exemption from the state’s abortion waiting […]

Dangerous Georgia Abortionist Gets Out of Jail and Gets License Back

By Cheryl Sullenger It was March 21, 2008, when a 23-year old woman known only as S.M. walked into the Summit Medical Association abortion facility in Atlanta, Georgia, for an abortion in her sixth month of pregnancy. She would never return to her home or family. Tyrone Cecil Malloy conducted her 25-week dismemberment abortion. Records […]

Complications from Mifepristone (RU486) Abortions Skyrocket in Ohio

An Operation Rescue Special Report By Cheryl Sullenger Columbus, OH – A new round reporting forms for 2017 and part of 2018 obtained by Operation Rescue show that complications in Ohio to medication abortions done using the drug RU486, also known as mifepristone or Mifeprex, have skyrocketed over the past two years. The rise in […]

If You Don’t Know THIS, You Don’t Know the “Notorious R.B.G” – or How Her Radical Ideology Has Changed America

By Cheryl Sullenger Recently, Ruth Bader Ginsburg has achieved a near cult-like following among those who consider themselves “progressives.” Young liberals idolize her. CNN has made a documentary praising her. Law students tattoo her image on their arms. Ginsburg, 83, the former head of the ACLU, was appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court by President […]