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Politically Motivated? Pro-Life Activist Falsely Arrested Ahead of Vote Curtailing Free Speech Rights

Video: Mary Maschmeier By Cheryl Sullenger St. Louis MO – It was New Year’s Eve morning. A small group of pro-life activists gathered peacefully on the sidewalk outside the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in St. Louis, as they routinely do, to offer help to women. But today wouldn’t be routine. Before the morning was over, […]

Panicked Massachusetts Planned Parenthood Calls Ambulance for African-American Abortion Patient

By Cheryl Sullenger Worcester, MA – Yet another ambulance has transported a Planned Parenthood patient to a hospital emergency room– this time from the Central Health Center Planned Parenthood in Worcester, Massachusetts. The incident occurred on Friday, August 26, 2016. Pro-life activists at the scene at the scene were told by a mailman who was […]

Six Abortion Businesses that Prove “Roe” Didn’t Make Abortion Safe

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, DC – Chanting the mantra of “safe and legal,” radical feminists celebrated the January 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion in America. But did legal really make abortion safe? Now, 43 years later, that question has been answered. While some may have heard of Kermit […]

More to Come as Planned Parenthood Reels from Human Body Parts Sale Scandal

By Cheryl Sullenger Washington, DC – After the release last week of a powerful video interview with Planned Parenthood’s Medical Director, Deborah Nucatola, describing the sale of aborted baby organs while munching out on salad and swilling red wine, it is fair that Planned Parenthood is in Category 5 crisis mode. Planned Parenthood will get […]

Appeal Seeks Public Information the Maryland Abortion Cartel Wants Concealed

By Cheryl Sullenger Baltimore, MD – The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has filed an appeal on behalf of Maryland pro-life leader Andrew Glenn in a pivotal case related to that ability to access to public records. The case began with a simple request for public documents under the Maryland Public Information Act. […]