Planned Parenthood recently wrote on Facebook: “Putting restrictions on abortion care does not reduce the need for care.”
But what Planned Parenthood doesn’t want to talk about is this: putting restrictions on abortion reduces the need for Planned Parenthood.
How do I know? The Associated Press is reporting that Arizona’s “Abortion Consent Act” has helped redu... More
Two weeks ago I asked the AmP/CV community to join me in taking action to express outrage over a mandatory university training that negatively stereotyped Catholics.
Today, I’m happy to report that, as a fruit of our efforts, the training was pulled and revised:
Last week I wrote about an offensive Catholic stereotype used in our university system mandatory EEO training. The post, with a scr... More
6 down, 18 to go in Minnesota:
Planned Parenthood is closing six clinics in outstate Minnesota on Aug. 1 because of federal budget cuts made this spring in a highly politicized abortion battle.
The state’s largest provider of family planning and abortions announced the closures Monday, citing an 11 percent reduction in its budget because of cuts to the federal Title X program. They did ... More
All the interesting news happens on Fridays, it seems:
The Maryland House of Delegates has voted to effectively kill for this year a bill that would have allowed same-sex marriage in the state.
The House approved on voice vote a motion to send the bill back to the Judiciary Committee, an acknowledgment by supporters that it did not have sufficient votes to pass on the floor.
The bill cleared the S... More
Last week I asked Catholics in the Germantown, MD area to join the peaceful pro-life protest outside late-term abortionist Leroy Carhart’s clinic there.
Today I received an update from one of the organizers. It is wonderful:
Praise God – we experienced a beautiful witness at the Monday morning protest at Germantown Mill.Over 90 of us gathered at the Germantown Abortion Mill, in peacefu... More
Papists, you’ve done it again!
While it turns out the ad I posted yesterday was created for a contest hosted by Pepsi and Doritos, they have now done what they should have done originally – pulled the offensive ad from YouTube.
The last I checked the “Dislikes” counted for over 90% of the posted feedback, and many of you took the opportunity to explain in the video’s ... More