Operation Rescue Calls on Schumer to Resign, Seeks DOJ Investigation Due to Threats on SCOTUS

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, as the U.S. Supreme Court was hearing an important abortion case, June Medical Services v. Russo, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) publicly threatened Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh while speaking to a crowd of abortion supporters, as evidenced in a widely shared video clip of his remarks. “And […]

Abortion Is Not Safe. That’s Why We Need Hospital Privileges Like Those SCOTUS is Considering

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear June Medical Services LLC v. Gee, a case brought by a Louisiana abortion business challenging a requirement that abortionists maintain local hospital privileges. The abortion business will argue that hospital privileges are unnecessary because women suffering serious or life-threatening abortion complications will […]

As SCOTUS Prepares to Hear Huge Abortion Case, Missouri Shows Benefits from Hospital Privilege Law: Only 7 Abortions There This Year, Gov. Says

By Cheryl Sullenger St. Louis, MO – Gov. Mike Parson is proud of his state’s pro-life accomplishments, as he should be.  His state has only one abortion facility left, Reproductive Health Services Planned Parenthood located in St. Louis — and it is facing impending closure due to a series of botched and mishandled abortions that […]

Brief on Behalf of Operation Rescue Filed with SCOTUS in Support of Hospital Privilege Requirement for Abortionists

PRESS RELEASE Washington, D.C. – An amicus brief was filed with the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday by Life Legal Defense Foundation and Liberty Counsel on behalf of Operation Rescue in June Medical Services LLC v. Gee, a case reviewing the Louisiana state law that requires doctors performing abortions to have admission privileges at a state-authorized […]

The Abortion Cartel’s Back-Up Plan Should Roe v. Wade be Overturned

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, DC – Since the passage of several state laws that ban abortion either entirely, as in the Alabama ban, or early in pregnancy at six to eight weeks gestation, as in Ohio, Georgia, and Missouri, there has been much talk of how the U.S. Supreme Court will take up one or […]