Entries Tagged ‘unsafe abortion’

Kristan Hawkins: “There is no right to an unsafe abortion”

by Kelli Where are the women’s rights groups, like Planned Parenthood, that supposedly should be outraged that women have to go to subpar abortion facilities for care? Abortion advocates claim to want abortion to be “safe, legal and rare.” If they want it to be safe, why would they oppose a common sense regulation that […]

Planned Parenthood of Delaware halts abortions, is investigated after rash of 911 calls

Featured on Drudge now…

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Planned Parenthood of Delaware has suspended surgical abortions (although not medical) at the two of its three clinics that commit them, in Dover and Wilmington, following a spate of five emergency calls since January 4….

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Kudos to 6ABC.com for breaking this story, which reported the Delaware Department of Health and the Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline are now investigating.

Two former PP employees, both nurses, are blowing the whistle. Kudos to them as well:

Stop the madness: Georgia abortion clinic has violated regs AND waivers for two decades

In 1994, the Georgia State Planning Agency notified the architect designing Atlanta Women’s Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia, that plans for its two-story late-term abortion clinic needed to include an elevator.

The clinic’s owner, HUMEDCO Corporation, which runs a chain of three abortion clinics, claimed it would be too expensive to add an elevator and requested a waiver.

The Georgia Department of Human Services granted the waiver, through August 31, 2005. It went on to grant another waiver, through August 31, 2012.

The terms in both cases were that AWMC had to notify prospective patients of the stairs, escort recovering patients down the stairs, and also notify 911 operators that there was no elevator in the event of an emergency.

Meanwhile AWMC raked in the cash, between $3-3.5 MILLION every year from 2008 to 2011.

On October 20, 2011, an ambulance was called to AWMC (for what later turned out to be a perforated uterus)….

Pro-life news brief 7-26-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat In Russia, barrels filled with hundreds of unborn children were found in the forest. Here’s more information on the story along with a graphic photo of one of the children. An Australian abortionist who published advice on how to commit at-home abortions has been found guilty of unprofessional […]

Abortion proponent: Ignore pro-life “scare tactics”; fear unsafe abortions and poor children instead

Pro-life people should actually be calling themselves “anti-choice.” Most of them probably aren’t educated of the pre-Roe v. Wade realities of abortion or birth control; they simply resort to publicity stunts hinging upon the power of guilt. Scare tactics seem to work well for the pro-life bandwagon. During my undergraduate career at the University of […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-16-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The remains of more than 340 unborn children have been found at a Buddhist temple in Thailand: A total of 348 corpses, wrapped in plastic bags and newspaper, were found by a member of temple staff in a mortuary storage area. Police Colonel Metee Rakphan said plastic bags […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-8-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Abortioneer discusses what breaks her heart: The most heartbreaking case isn’t the 12 year old who was raped by her stepfather. It’s not the woman who is pregnant with a very much wanted pregnancy, thanks to donor insemination, and who now has to terminate because of severe anomalies…. But […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-1-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Here’s an update on Jivin J’s Rachel Larris has an informative post on the Lilith Fair/


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