Entries Tagged ‘abortion providers’

Female abortionists share their feelings about what they do

by Kelli I don’t even really know a lot of people who have had abortions. But I liked the experience, I found it very satisfying, and I found the patients’ stories very compelling…. I have never had a point where I didn’t think this was the right thing to do. – Dr. Gabrielle Goodrick, Arizona […]

Planned Parenthood worries it’s “on the menu”

Planned Parenthood tweeted the graphic below this afternoon, and I loved it so much I had to share it. The only item I’m unsure of on Planned Parenthood’s checklist of horrors is, “Introduce medically unnecessary regulations targeting doctors who provide abortion.” I know on Wednesday Senator David Vitter introduced the Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act, […]

Pro-life news brief 12-13-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Indiana/Illinois abortionist Ulrich Klopfer will lose his “Physician Designee” in Fort Wayne after failing to quickly report statutory rape and for admitting he encourages victims of statutory rape to go to other states. This means Klopfer may not be able to legally perform abortions in Fort Wayne in the new year:

    The Allen County Patient Safety Ordinance requires that doctors who practice but don’t live in the county to have a relationship with a local doctor who can legally practice in Allen County. State law requires abortion doctors to have local admitting privileges or have entered into an agreement with a physician who has admitting privileges at a hospital in case of an emergency.

    Dr. Geoffrey Cly, OB/GYN, notified Dr. Ulrich Klopfer in a letter dated December 12 that he will no longer serve as the “back-up” physician for Klopfer effective December 31, 2013.

    Big thanks to RH Reality Check for posting the article in which Klopfer admits he encourages victims of statutory rape to go out of state.

Real reason abortion providers oppose ultrasounds: 78% change minds

In Planned Parenthood’s world, allowing a woman to see an image of her baby on the ultrasound screen is a “dangerous agenda.” Many women who have abortions do not know the truth about fetal development…. The language of abortion counselors is often crafted carefully to avoid any reference to the baby. Even the term “fetus” […]

Pro-life photo of the day: U-Haul truck at closed abortion clinic

This isn’t a new daily feature (unless someone wants to take it on!), but I had to post this awesome photo, via The Tennessean, to start our weekend on a high note (click to enlarge)…

Reported The Tennessean, August 17:

Stanek weekend question I: Is it true the pro-life movement is “clearly really well organized”?

Written by Sparky at The Abortioneers blog this week: The anti-abortion movement is clearly really well organized. They have created websites that list abortion providers names and addresses, they terrorize suppliers, and physicians who have any professional relationships with abortion providers even if they aren’t providing. Its really sick. They have successfully infiltrated the department […]

Abortion apologist Amanda Marcotte: Planned Parenthood needs abortion to financially survive

… [P]roviding abortions is part of the mission of Planned Parenthood, and they do make it a priority. It’s a necessary service, after all. I think some times that point gets lost in all the discussion of the 97% of their services that aren’t abortion. The other reason I suspect these regulations would harm PP’s […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 8-23-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat A NPR blog has statistics on the percentage of OB/GYNs who provide abortions: 97% of OB-GYNs have encountered patients wanting an abortion, but only 14% of the doctors perform them, according to a study published today in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology. That finding suggests a smaller percentage […]


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