Entries Tagged ‘abortion regulations’

Court docs reveal why Birmingham Planned Parenthood closed, plus two docs in trouble

imageFor months the Birmingham, Alabama, Planned Parenthood has maintained a shroud of secrecy surrounding its “temporary” closing in December 2013.

The abortion giant is only now coming clean after the Alabama Attorney General and Alabama Department of Health filed a legal brief on May 13 revealing exactly why the Birmingham Planned Parenthood shut down.

Pro-life blog buzz 11-29-13

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  • Operation Rescue says LeRoy Carhart has sent yet another patient to the hospital following a late-term abortion at Germantown Reproductive Health Services. Recall that the Maryland Board of Physicians refused to discipline Carhart in the abortion death of Jennifer Morbelli in February:

    For the third time this year, one of LeRoy Carhart’s abortion patients were [sic] rushed to Shady Grove Hospital (SGH) in Maryland for emergency treatment after a late-term abortion.

    On Tuesday at 11:45 a.m., an ambulance arrived… and loaded a women for transport to the SGH emergency room. Sources inform Operation Rescue that the women underwent emergency surgery at the hospital.

    Video [below] taken by a local pro-life activist showed a woman covered head-to-toe in a sheet and that neither Carhart nor any of his staff accompanied the injured woman from the clinic to the ambulance.

Pro-life news brief 11-18-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Mollie Hemingway writes about Planned Parenthood’s abortion theater:

    So the question is obvious. If 97% of Planned Parenthood’s services aren’t abortion, why in the world would an abortion regulation cause a dozen Planned Parenthood clinics to close?

    Closing clinics make for great headlines and more dramatic court briefs. But a media mildly more skeptical of savvy public relations campaigns and well-scripted legal wrangling might serve the public a bit more.

Pro-life news brief 7-18-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • I would suggest women stay far away from Jessy Jordan Holtzkamp if he ever gets out of prison:

    Holtzkamp, a second-year high school senior, told an officer he was too young to be a father and wanted the unborn child to be aborted or not be born alive, according to the complaint.

    When the officer told Holtzkamp his situation would be worsened if [Krystal] Alters-Meulemans suffered a miscarriage, he replied, “Why I wanted that to happen; I would love for that to happen,” according to the complaint.

    After he was advised he was being booked into jail on suspicion of attempted first-degree homicide of an unborn child, Holtzkamp “started making himself out to be a celebrity, stating, ‘We got a murderer up in here,'” and then started singing a song about killing the baby, the complaint states.

    When an officer asked him if he felt any remorse for trying to kill the fetus, he replied, “Hell naw,” according to the complaint.

Pro-life news brief 6-19-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Joe Carter responds to the NY Times story editorial on the passage of the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act:

    Which Republican leaders made the claim? Peters doesn’t say. He also doesn’t explain how — or even if — the abortion issue hurt the GOP with women in 2012. But everyone at the New York Times already knows it did, and common knowledge doesn’t need to be supported with facts, right? And there is no issue here of married women vs. single women, when it comes to voting. Right? All women support abortion rights, or so Peters would have us think.

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-21-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat A Wisconsin man is facing homicide charges after his reckless driving resulted in the death of 5-month-old unborn child: Emmy Kiecker wept Monday in Winnebago County Court during a preliminary hearing for [Joshua J.] Ozment as she gave the details of the crash that resulted in the death […]


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