Largest Child Murder Site Teaches Lessons About Abortion

By Cheryl Sullenger Given the new efforts in New York and other states controlled by radical Democrats to expand late-term abortions and even legalize infanticide, an archeology report published earlier this month takes on new, present-day application. What does archeology have to do with late-term abortion or infanticide?  That answer lies in the similarities of […]

Why Is Planned Parenthood Purging its Baby Parts Traffickers?

And what do Rod Rosenstein, Andrew McCabe, and Fusion GPS have to do with it? An Operation Rescue Special Report By Cheryl Sullenger In July 2015, a previously unknown group called the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) launched a series of powerful undercover videos that showed Planned Parenthood executives engaging in extraordinary – and unguarded […]

Ten Important Things to Remember About Late-Term Abortions

By Cheryl Sullenger Recent efforts in states controlled by Democrats to discard gestational limits on abortion so it can be done throughout all nine months or pregnancy have prompted strong statements by President Donald J. Trump at his State of the Union address and at a rally in El Paso, Texas, condemning the grisly late-term […]

Disturbing Reasons for Third Trimester Abortions Based on Eleven Cases

By Cheryl Sullenger Wichita, KS — Women’s Health Care Services in Wichita, Kansas, was considered the largest late-term abortion facility outside Communist China at the time of its closure in 2009.  Women literally came from all over the world for abortions that were illegal or unavailable in their home state or country. Its owner, George […]

Down the Rabbit Hole: Planned Parenthood’s Texas Setback and Its Surprising Implications

By Cheryl Sullenger A decision by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in a Texas case provided a significant setback to Planned Parenthood and has opened a doorway to a very deep rabbit hole filled with twists and turns that lead to unexpected and dark revelations about the abortion giant. The Fifth Circuit case began […]