Not only have we seen countless pro-life organizations unite together following the release of the Planned Parenthood videos produced by the Center for Medical Progress, but we have watched Americans from either ends of the political and social spectrums react with disgust to the rhetoric and actions of Planned Parenthood higher-ups.
Can you stop what you’re doing for 60 seconds to make this important phone call?
Next week, President Obama is threatening to veto a must-pass spending bill if Congress doesn't include funding for Planned Parenthood.
Today, Pope Francis begins his historic visit to the United States, with plans to stop in Washington DC, New York City and Philadelphia.
Did you see Carly Fiorina last night at the second GOP Debate? Her performance has everyone talking because of her bold insistence that Planned Parenthood be de-funded--not to mention her challenge to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to watch the Planned Parenthood videos.
The following is by Veronica Lark, a senior at Lourdes University in Sylvania and a new blogger for Ohio Right to Life.
Last week, we brought you 10 reasons to de-fund Planned Parenthood. The list goes on and on. The following is another list that busts the myth that women need Planned Parenthood.
Two parent perspectives on Down syndrome have been bouncing through my social media feeds this week: One, a father's letter to his daughter on her wedding day; the other, a mother who says she would have aborted her daughter with Down syndrome.
There are literally millions of reasons to de-fund Planned Parenthood--and each reason would represent a life taken by the abortion industry leader.