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Time Is Not on Abortion-Giant Planned Parenthood’s Side

As Planned Parenthood turns 100 this week, it would appear that times are great for them. However, a closer look reveals many reasons for the organization to be deeply concerned. Planned Parenthood and its allies are currently campaigning to force taxpayers to fund abortion by…

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NewsMax: Highlighting Tim Kaine’s connection to Planned Parenthood

During an interview with NewsMax Prime, JD Hayworth speaks to TCA’s Ashley McGuire about Tim Kaine’s connection to Planned Parenthood. McGuire discusses his ‘awful record’ and whether or not it will adversely affect Hillary Clinton’s ticket in trying to sway Catholic voters. To view the…

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Hillary’s Abortion Views Extreme Even for Most Pro-Choicers

A recent Marist poll showed that about 8 out of 10 Americans support substantial restrictions on abortion. This includes 6 out of 10 who say they are pro-choice! This shows that U.S. abortion law as it stands is already out of sync with a typical…

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Aborting Babies with Detected Disabilities is Incompatible with Equality

By Grazie Pozo Christie Summary: The number of babies born with disabilities, such as Down’s Syndrome, has dwindled in America, due to what can fairly be called eugenic abortion. Eugenics is the creation or selection of offspring with “desirable” traits, and the elimination of those…

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House Passes Legislation to Protect Pro-Life Conscience Rights

“Physicians, nurses, and other health care workers throughout the US are heartened by passage in the House of the Conscience Protection Act. Men and women who have dedicated themselves to preserving life and promoting health should not be discriminated against when they refuse to perform,…

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Statement on Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt decision

Five Justices including Justice Kennedy decided that Texas’ HB2 would lead to the closure of abortion shops and it would have.  Planned Parenthood already adheres to these reasonable regulations but the centers that endanger women with inadequate facilities and doctors who can’t get admitting privileges…

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Statement on Select Panel Hearing on the price of baby parts

When fetal tissue research was first authorized in 1993, pro-choice proponent of the research, Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Ca.), insisted on legal safeguards that would take profit out of the research equation, saying, “It would be abhorrent to allow for a sale of fetal tissue and…

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Clinton (accidentally) speaks abortion truth

Clinton (accidentally) speaks abortion truth

Earlier this month on Meet the Press, presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton committed the ultimate political gaffe: She blurted out the truth. When the topic of abortion came up, Clinton accidentally called an unborn baby a person. But unlike many political gaffes, hers got worse with context. She…

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Statement on FDA change to abortion pill label

Changing the rules for the abortion drug mifepristone thereby allowing its use through up to 70 days of gestation (previously 49 days) is a substantial difference.  The FDA has bowed to pressure from drug companies and abortion advocates, but the ones who will feel the…

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Statement on Garland SCOTUS nomination

An initial review of President Obama’s selection of Merrick Garland to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court raises grave concerns at a time when religious liberty is under assault and when the stakes in the fight for the unborn have never been higher. Catholics…

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