Planned Parenthood: Do Taxpayers have a Choice?

It’s appropriations season in Congress which means we’ll soon be discussing whether taxpayers should be funding Planned Parenthood.  In what may be a side story to that debate, news broke Monday that defenders of the organization are trying (in same cases successfully) to influence search engine results to obscure pro-life alternatives to Planned Parenthood:

NARAL Pro-Choice America wants to protect a woman’s right to choose. They just don’t want women to know about all the options available to them.  In the name of “choice,” NARAL Pro-Choice America has lobbied Google to take down ads on its site for crisis pregnancy centers …

There are approximately 2,200 crisis pregnancy centers in the United States according to Students for Life of America. Unlike abortion giant Planned Parenthood, the centers do not charge for any of their services. More than 90 percent of total funding for the crisis pregnancy centers is from private, non-governmental sources. The left has decried the government’s minor role in funding these centers, while dismissing, or celebrating, the fact that 45 percent of Planned Parenthood’s revenue in 2013 — $540.6 million — came in the form of taxpayer-funded government health services grants.

Read the whole thing here.

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Liberal Dem Wishes Roe v. Wade ‘Happy Birthday’ During #MarchforLife

A very sad phenomenon exists today, which is that the left conflates ‘women’s rights’ with killing unborn children in the womb. The two are in fact mutually exclusive, because there are no other rights without the right to life. That is true for unborn baby girls and unborn baby boys.

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) 11%, a leftist poster-child, wished Roe v. Wade a happy 41st “birthday” today because of her “commitment to protecting women’s rights.” Meanwhile, women and men, young and old, marched on the National Mall toward the Supreme Court to defend life.

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#WhyWeMarch: Pro-Life Tweets You Don’t Want to Miss


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Working to End the Divisiveness of Abortion

The March for Life is a sign of unity in a society that is riddled with division.  The March for Life is a time for hope and strength, when hundreds of thousands gather in our nation’s capital to stand for the lives of the unborn.  January 22, 2013 marked the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court case that along with an accompanying ruling in Doe v. Bolton, allowed abortion on demand in all 50 states.   More than 500 thousand people gathered to March and witness to the value and dignity of every human life.

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