This morning, new undercover footage from the Center for Medical Progress was released, showing abortionists from across the country discussing their brutal practices.
Since 2015, video after video has been released, exposing Planned Parenthood's illicit sale of aborted baby body parts and their callous attitude towards their victims.
Last week, a major fracture reappeared in the Democratic Party's abortion politics.
Tomorrow, the first-ever March for Science will take place in Washington D.C. and cities across the country. The March is calling for “science that upholds the common good and for political leaders and policy makers to enact evidence based policies in the public interest."
That doesn't sound too controversial, right?
In 2017, we've already seen a huge turnaround in U.S. taxpayer funding of abortion:
It's hard to believe, but over the last six years, 18 pro-life laws have been enacted in the state of Ohio. In that same time, half of Ohio's abortion facilities have closed or curtailed their services, and abortions have plummeted 25 percent!
Great news! Just a little bit ago, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, 11-9. But the committee vote is only half the battle. Now, Judge Gorsuch will face the full Senate in what is promising to be a dramatic showdown later this week.