Trump’s first action as President will save millions of lives

shutterstock_560025514_810_500_55_s_c1While a scurillous dispute is being waged over how many spectators have attended US President Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony (more or less than at President Obama’s inauguration 2009?), and while a “Women’s March” organized by feminists and pro-aborts, despite being massively supported by the mass media and show-stars such as Lady Gaga, Madonna, and Cher, drew far less participants than are expected to participate in the upcoming March for Life, the new President has apparently wasted no time in making true one of the key promises of his electoral campaign: he signed an executive order today reinstating the “Mexico City Policy” banning government funding of foreign pro-abortion groups like the International Planned Parenthood Federation. Continue reading

Panel finds Planned Parenthood guilty of criminal acts

Thomson-ReutersA-sign-is-pictuAfter over a year of comprehensive, nationwide investigative work, the Final Report of the US House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Committee’s Select Investigative Panel definitively shows that Planned Parenthood and associates in their abortion empire are guilty of breaking numerous state and federal laws in their criminal harvesting and sale of aborted baby body parts, the Center for Medical Progress reports on its website. Continue reading

Clinton covers up Chinese crimes against humanity

In the third and final televised debate for the US Presidency (full transcript here), the subject of abortion was on the table. Republican candidate Donald Trump claimed to be pro-life, while Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton stuck by her long-standing support for one of the most evil organisations on the planet, industrial-scale abortion provider Planned Parenthood. Clinton went further by seeking to cover up the forced abortion regime of communist China. Continue reading

A sad anniversary

planned-parenthood-cakeAdmittedly, in the 100 years since the organization was founded by Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood may have killed somewhat less than 1 billion human beings. However, if you consider that they have been, and quite successfully so, pushing for the legalization of unborn-child-slaughtering all over the world, they are certainly responsible for far more than 1 billion premature deaths.

The World Health Organization estimates the annual number of abortions world wide at 50 million. Continue reading