Abortion is more than a hot-button issue. It’s an emotionally charged roller coaster. Most everyone has a view on it, and some people devote their lives to one side or the other. But that passion can be misdirected and misused, to the point of pushing people in the opposite direction.
Rewire recently posted a short documentary entitled “Care in Chaos” about the disruption outside of abortion facilities in Charlotte, N.C., and Fargo, N.D. The film followed Calla Hales, the young administrator of the abortion clinic in Charlotte, as she tried to get answers from the local government on sound ordinances. Protestors outside her clinic set up loudspeakers daily that created an atmosphere of confusion and chaos.
President Donald Trump has proposed a fiscal year 2019 budget in which taxpayer dollars would be directed away from the Planned Parenthood abortion business.
Since becoming president, President Trump has taken multiple actions to defund the nation’s biggest abortion company. On his third day in office he reinstated a pro-life policy that revoked tens of millions of dollars from International Planned Parenthood. President Trump has also signed legislation that would help states defund the Planned Parenthood abortion company as well.
Now, President Trump has put forward a budget proposal that would prohibit certain abortion companies like Planned Parenthood from receiving federal funds. That proposal applies to the Title X Family Planning program and Medicaid, as well as other HHS programs.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear arguments Thursday about whether women should be allowed to discriminate against their own children’s race or disability via abortion.
The abortion giant Planned Parenthood and the ACLU are challenging an Indiana state law that prohibits abortions based solely on an unborn baby’s sex, race or disability such as Down syndrome.
In September, a federal judge appointed by President Barack Obama blocked the law. However, the state appealed to the 7th Circuit Court.
January 24, 2018 | LifeSiteNews
The President of America's largest abortion chain Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, plans to resign next week, according to a Buzzfeed report that cited “two sources familiar with the matter.” A Planned Parenthood representative told Buzzfeed, “Cecile plans to discuss 2018 and the next steps for Planned Parenthood’s future at the upcoming board meeting.” “The Planned Parenthood official did not comment on Richards’ future,” Buzzfeed reported, even though “Richards, 60, has informed at least some members of the organization’s board of directors [that she is leaving], one of the sources confirmed.”