Kansas 3rd district constituents (Johnson County, Wyandotte County and part of the city of Lawrence) who have called U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore’s office in D.C. this week to urge him to vote against ”The Rule” (that if passed will mean that the pro-life Stupak amendment to Pelosi’s Health Care Reform bill , H.R. 3962, cannot even be considered (more…)
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KBTX TV in Texas reports the director of a college-town Planned Parenthood clinic quit and has become an active pro-lifer because of watching fetal ultrasound, and because she did not like being told by supervisors to increase the numbers of abortions. Read Lifenews report
Watch video here on Breitbart TV: Planned Parenthood leader resigns after watching ultrasound of abortion procedure.
Kansas’ newly-passed and improved abortion-information law now informs women of their right to see their unborn child’s ultrasound inside abortion clinics. Not only will ultrasound imaging help mothers visually bond to their children, but their response/refusal to abort may encourage Kansas abortion workers to quit.
KC Star delays covering state medical board mystery, lectures mainstream pro-lifers–Board last hope in stopping criminal late-term abortion as Carhart threatens new clinic
Posted in Blog, Failure to Enforce KS Abortion Laws, Kansas, Kansas Abortion Law, Kansas abortionists, Media, Newspaper story, Post-viability Abortions, tagged Abortion, Board of Healing Arts, Carhart, Jack Confer, Kansas, Kansas City Star, late-term abortion, Tiller on October 29, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
The Executive Director of the Kansas Board of Healing Arts , Jack Confer, resigned unexpectedly from his position Monday, October 19th. The Kansas City Star finally reported it six days later.
In the interim they found room on the Sunday, Oct. 25th front page to run an exclusive article about several activists auctioning items on eBay to fund an aggressive justification defense for Scott Roeder, the man who allegedly killed Kansas late-term abortionist George Tiller. (more…)