As the healthcare bill makes its way through whatever the Senate is doing with it, one provision is absolutely non-negotiable: The bill needs to defund the nation's largest abortion giant, Planned Parenthood. They committed 328,548 abortions last year, which is equal to one of every three abortions in the country.
When Democrats passed the most extreme party platform at their convention last summer, the abortion lobby cheered. Their takeover of the party was near completion. The president of NARAL, one of the top abortion groups in the country, spoke about her abortion at the convention and met thunderous applause. No pro-life Democrats spoke at the convention, which included no semblance of anything that could be construed as anti-abortion. Abortion had become the litmus test for Democrats.
The nation's largest abortion vendor, Planned Parenthood, finally got around to releasing their 2015-2016 annual report so their stakeholders (taxpayers) can get a look at what their hard-earned dollars are going toward.
Planned Parenthood is pulling out ALL the stops to make sure that no one finds out how little actual healthcare they provide and that they are the nation’s largest abortion vendor. Why? Because the half a billion taxpayer dollars they get every year is on the chopping block in Congress (about time).
In a huge win for the Students for Life group at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington, the school has officially cut ties with the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.
“Why are pro-lifers so focused on defunding Planned Parenthood?” This is the ever-present question we get asked multiple times a day from students on college campuses, sometimes even the ones who self-identify as pro-life, as well as legislators in state and federal government.
Students for Life of America, the nation’s largest pro-life youth organization that serves more than 1,100 college and high school pro-life groups, is showing the multiple award-winning documentary, HUSH, on more than 105 college and medical school campuses on March 23rd. in order to start a conversation about the well-documented and long-term health risks associated with abortion that are presented in the internationally acclaimed film.
The momentum of the Women's March that happened the day after President Trump's inauguration is already faltering. Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion vendor and a major sponsor of the Women's March, admitted to Buzzfeed that even though many people showed up at town halls over the congressional break to support the scandal-ridden organization, "no one really knows what will make a difference anymore."
This weekend, there were pro-life #ProtestPP rallies scheduled at more than a quarter, over 200, of Planned Parenthoods across our nation. And the violence and hatred that our team saw at multiple locations was not only frightening but it was a clear warning sign to you and me.