New Kansas Governor Has a Spider’s Web of Ties to Abortion Scandals

By Cheryl Sullenger, Senior Policy Advisor for Operation Rescue Topeka, KS – Since former Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius has moved on to her new post with the Obama administration, Kansas now has a new governor, Mark Parkinson, who appears to be picking up where the radical abortion supporter, Sebelius, left off. “Sebelius has been replaced […]

Sebelius Sworn In As Politically Damaged HHS Secretary

Washington, DC – Kathleen Sebelius was sworn in yesterday as the new head of the Department of Health and Human Services after seven weeks of delay, hours of contentious debate in the Senate, and a narrow vote. “We must remember that even though we did not block Sebelius’ confirmation, we started out this process with […]

32 Members Of House Urge Obama To Withdraw Sebelius Nomination

Washington, DC – As debate in the U.S. Senate continues over the nomination of Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius as Secretary of Health and Human Services, 32 members of the House of Representatives issued a letter to President Barack Obama asking him to withdraw her nomination from consideration. The representatives, including Rep. Todd Tiahrt from Sebelius’ […]

Please Oppose Sebelius Nomination to HHS NOW! Final Vote Scheduled For Today.

UPDATE: Follow the debate on Sebelius as we comment on the proceedings at http://twitter.com/operationrescue. Dear Friends of Life, Today the Senate will be debating the nomination of pro-abortion Gov. Kathleen Sebelius as Secretary of Health and human Services. A vote on her confirmation is expected later today. Please do THREE things on behalf of the […]

Will Minorities Be In Back Of Sebelius Health Care Bus?

Washington, DC – With a vote on the confirmation of Gov. Kathleen Sebelius to Health and Human Services Secretary looming on Tuesday, Operation Rescue raises new questions about whether minorities, especially Blacks, will be sent to the back of her health care bus. While Sebelius’ radical support for abortion has been widely discussed, and is […]