Producer of Abortion Film “Silent Scream,” Dr. Don Smith, Has Died

It is with great sadness that we must inform you that Dr. Don Smith passed away on Wednesday, January 31, 2019. He was a warm friend with great intelligence who used his gifts to glorify God and save innocent lives from abortion.  We were blessed to have him help us organize and edit our first […]

Two More Abortion Clinics Close, Continuing the National Trend

“When abortion clinics close, lives are saved!” –Troy Newman, President, Operation Rescue Washington, DC – As pro-life supporters from around the nation gather in Washington, D.C. today to mark the 42nd memorial of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion in the U.S., Operation Rescue announces that two more abortion facilities […]

First-Ever National Strike For Life Calls for an End to Abortion on Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

Albuquerque, NM – Operation Rescue is encouraging those who oppose abortion to participate in a special kind of protest on January 22-23, 2015, in order to raise awareness of abortion at the local state and national level and call for an end to the barbaric practice. This first-ever protest is the National Strike for Life, […]

Operation Rescue’s Top Ten Successes of 2014 Counted Down

By Cheryl Sullenger Wichita, Kansas – Working from our national headquarters located in a former abortion clinic that we bought and closed in 2006, Operation Rescue’s efforts in 2014 have successfully advanced the pro-life cause on a number of fronts. Our plan of researching, documenting, and exposing abortion abuses then filing complaints and demanding enforcement, […]

Kansas Court Displays Political Bias with Rapid Rejection of Kline’s Motion for Rehearing in Abortion-Related Ethics Case

Topeka, KS – Yesterday, the Kansas Supreme Court denied former Attorney General Phill Kline’s motion for rehearing or modification of its order to indefinitely suspend Kline’s Kansas law license for ethics violations related to abortion clinic investigations. “The Court took only five business days to deny a 90 page motion that proved objectively that the […]