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Watch: CatholicVote Slams Biden's Inaction on Firebombed Churches

CatholicVote is taking out a seven-figure ad campaign against President Joe Biden, calling out his inaction on protecting churches and other pro-life organizations from leftist violence.

Planned Parenthood Has Record $50M Ready to Unleash in Midterms

Abortion provider Planned Parenthood is ready to unleash a record $50 million spend across the nation ahead of November’s midterm elections.
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Sore Losers: Pro-Abortion Rhodes College Alumni Demand Amy Coney Barrett Be Removed from 'Hall of Fame'

Pro-abortion Rhodes College alumni are demanding that the school remove U.S. Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett from its alumni Hall of Fame in reaction to the Justice voting to overrule Roe v. Wade earlier this summer.

The Atlantic publishes article mocking 'the right' over concerns about violent pro-abortion group

The Atlantic published a piece casting doubt on Jane's Revenge's role in vandalizing and attacking churches and pregnancy resource centers despite the group's admissions to such crimes.

SAG-AFTRA's Health Plan Will Reimburse out-of-State Abortion Travel for Actors and Their Children

The health plan of Hollywood's largest union, SAG-AFTRA, has announced it will reimburse out-of-state abortion travel and lodging expenses for plan participants and their dependents, pledging it will "provide access to safe abortion services regardless of where they live or work.”

Louisiana Supreme Court denies appeal challenging abortion ban

The Louisiana Supreme Court rejected an appeal challenging the state's abortion law, allowing the ban to stay in place. The ruling is the latest in an ongoing legal fight.

Woke NPR Refers to Killing an Unborn Child as 'Aborting a Pregnancy’

National Public Radio (NPR) is now resorting to the euphemism of “aborting a pregnancy” rather than speak of aborting a fetus or a child.

Hollywood Studios Ignore Demand from TV Showrunners, Directors for 'Abortion Safety Protocols'

Hollywood studios have ignored a demand from more than 1,500 TV showrunners, writers, and directors urging the companies to commit to "abortion safety protocols," as well as to promise to stop donating to pro-life political candidates.

Rev. Al Sharpton Claims Bible and Religion Support ‘Choice’ in Abortion

The Bible is about “choice” when it comes to abortion, according to left-wing civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton, who argued that laws are not to be made to “compel” people against actions, while calling on Democrats to present the issue of abortion to the black community as a matter of valuing people’s choice to commit abortion, as opposed to one of direct support for the procedure.

Lady Gaga Warns SCOTUS During Chromatica Ball Tour: 'Better Not Try to Mess With Gay Marriage'

Lady Gaga used the Washington, D.C. stop on her Chromatica Ball tour to deliver a political message about abortion and same-sex marriage, warning the Supreme Court that it had "better not try to mess with gay marriage" after overturning Roe v. Wade.

Fired FL Prosecutor Warren: DeSantis Dismissal a 'Venezuelan-Style Edict'

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Attorney Andrew Warren said Monday on MSNBC's "Deadline" that Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) used a "Venezuelan-style edict" to suspend him for saying he would not enforce Florida's laws against gender-affirming care for minors and abortion, so he will continue to serve.

GOP Rep. Mace Argues for Abortion with Limits -- 'Handmaid's Tale Was Not Supposed to Be a Road Map'

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Representative Nancy Mace (R-SC) said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" that she believes abortion exceptions like rape, incest and the life of the mother should be legislated federally, potentially including "gestational limits."

Christie: Kansas Abortion Vote Undercuts 'Manufactured Hysteria' over Dobbs Decision

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Sunday reacted to Kansas voters rejecting an amendment that would have done away with language in the state constitution guaranteeing the right to an abortion.

Stacey Abrams: Abortion Laws Can Not Set 'Arbitrary Gestational Limits'

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, during an appearance on NBC's "Meet the Press," said laws regulating abortion should not set "arbitrary gestational limits."

Turley Proposes Red State Alliance Against Blue State Boycotts

Constitutional law scholar Jonathan Turley of George Washington University Law School has proposed an alliance among conservative "red" states to engage in counter-boycotts against any liberal "blue" state, such as California, that boycotts first.

Brooks: Kansas Abortion Vote Vindicates Leaving Issue to Voters, We Should Have Been Doing That for Decades

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks said that the abortion vote in Kansas is “a vindication of the voters,” that if people have “actual choices, as opposed to extremes in state legislatures, most of the states, the vast

FL Prosecutor Warren: DeSantis Doesn't Have 'Authority' to Suspend Me -- I Will Continue to Serve

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Attorney Andrew Warren told "CBS Miami News" that Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has no constitutional authority to suspend him for saying he would not enforce Florida's laws against gender-affirming care for minors and abortion, so he will continue to serve.

Poll: Republican Blake Masters on Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly's Heels in Arizona

Arizona's Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, Blake Masters, is right on Sen. Mark Kelly's (D-AZ) heels in the general election race, according to a poll.

MSNBC's Scarborough: 'Ron DeSantis Is Such a Dope' Using Strongman Tactics

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Joe Scarborough told his co-hosts said Friday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is a "dope" using strongman tactics while discussing the governor suspending a prosecutor who said he would not enforce Florida's laws against gender-affirming care for minors and abortion.

Kaine: 'Groundswell of Support' Building for Federal Abortion Guarantee

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) said Thursday on MSNBC's "José Díaz-Balart Reports" that there was a "groundswell of support" building for a federal law guaranteeing abortion access.

Gavin Newsom Demands Hollywood 'Choose' to Boycott Pro-life States

California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) demanded Wednesday that Hollywood studios boycott states that pass pro-life laws and restrictions on abortion, as he backed a five-year extension of a $1.65 billion state tax credit to the entertainment industry.

Vox Senior Editor Fantasizes About Justice Alito's Death with 'Prewritten Obituary'

Vox senior editor Ian Millhiser openly fantasized about the death of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, penning a prewritten obituary.  

Georgia Sees Record High Film and TV Production Spending Despite Celebrity Boycott Threats over Abortion

Georgia has hit a new record high in film and TV production spending, signaling a significant rebound from the coronavirus pandemic as well as a rebuke to the left-wing celebrities who in recent years called for a Hollywood boycott of the state over its fetal heartbeat abortion law.

MSNBC's Alter: Kansas Was a 'Choice-Quake'-- Abortion Could Play 'Very Large Role' in Midterms

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
MSNBC political analyst Jonathan Alter said Tuesday on "MSNBC Prime" that Kansas voters passing "No" on a ballot measure that would have removed language in the state constitution protecting abortion is a "choice-quake."

MSNBC's Kornacki: Kansas Pro-Abortion Vote a 'Tremendous Surprise'

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
MSNBC political analyst Steve Kornacki said Tuesday on "The 11th Hour" that Kansas voters passing "No" on a ballot measure that would have removed language in the state constitution protecting abortion is a "tremendous surprise."

Biden DOJ’s Abortion Task Force Targets Idaho in First Post-Roe Lawsuit 

The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Idaho on Tuesday over the state’s abortion “trigger” law that would prohibit most abortions within the state and goes into effect at the end of this month.

Biden to sign second executive order to expand abortion access

President Joe Biden will sign a second executive order at the White House on Wednesday that will expand abortion access to pregnant women, even if their state has outlawed abortion.

Kansas Overwhelmingly Votes to Uphold Abortion 'Rights'

The pro-life movement suffered a defeat in Kansas on Tuesday when the state overwhelmingly voted to uphold abortion "rights." 

Officials: Georgians May Claim Unborn Babies as Dependents on Taxes

Georgia officials said Monday expecting families are allowed to claim their unborn babies, or embryos, as a dependent on their taxes.

Nearly 600 Male Hollywood Showrunners Sign Letter to Studios Demanding 'Safety Protocols' in Pro-Life States

Nearly 600 male Hollywood producers showrunners have signed a letter to executives at Hollywood studios demanding that abortion "safety protocols" be put in place for pregnant employees in pro-life states.

Kansas Gears Up for Statewide Vote on Abortion

Voters in Kansas are gearing up for a statewide vote on the issue of abortion on Tuesday as Democrats beg them to defend a woman's ability to terminate her pregnancy.

Post Roe: Indiana Advances Bill to Restrict Abortion but Pro-lifers Say It Does Not Go Far Enough

Indiana Senate lawmakers advanced a bill to the House chamber on Saturday restricting abortion and imposing felony charges for certain violations should it become law.

Actress Lena Dunham: Overruling of Roe v. Wade One of the 'Darkest Days' of My Life

Filmmaker Lena Dunham -- who once said she has never had an abortion but wishes she had -- says the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overrule Roe v. Wade was one of the "darkest days" she has experienced in her life.

McDonough: VA Looking at 'Reproductive Health Care' Options in States with Abortion Restrictions

By: Pam Key · Pam Key
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough said Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" that his department will "make sure" veterans have reproductive health care access after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade with the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision.

Indiana Senate passes bill to ban most abortions

A near-total abortion ban passed the GOP-controlled Indiana Senate during Saturday's special session by a 26 to 20 vote, and now heads to the House.

Exclusive—Patrick Penn: It’s Time for Kansans to Choose Life

If my mother had listened to what the world wanted her to believe, I would not be here today. I am a living testimony of what can come from a woman’s unyielding commitment to loving her child against all odds.

Nolte: 400 TV Personnel Crybaby to Hollywood Studios About 'Safety' in Pro-life States

The headline reads, "More Than 400 TV Showrunners Demand Netflix, Disney and More Offer Safety Protocols in Anti-Abortion States," but I think we all know what it really means….

West Virginia Lawmakers Advance Strict Abortion Bill in Wake of Roe Reversal

House Delegates in WV have advanced a bill to the state Senate that puts restrictions on abortion in the wake of Roe v. Wade's reversal.

Watch — Kristi Noem: It's 'Wonderful' States Get to Decide Abortion Regulations for Themselves

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) said she thinks it is "wonderful that every state now will be making the decision themselves" on how to regulate abortion after the overturn of infamous pro-abortion Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade.

Republican Attorneys General Demand Answers on Google Abortion Search Manipulation

Several Republican state attorneys general, led by Virginia's Jason S. Miyares, have written a letter to Google demanding answers from the company on the manipulation of search results related to crisis pregnancy centers.

America First Legal Requests Investigation Into Lyft's Coverage of Abortions, Travel Costs

America First Legal (AFL) announced on Thursday that it asked the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to launch a Civil Rights investigation into Lyft's abortion and diversity policies "to combat discrimination against women who bear children."

Watch: Police Release Footage of Suspect Who Vandalized Pro-Life Building with Jane's Revenge Message

The Akron Police Department released surveillance footage of the suspect who allegedly spray-painted a message often associated with the pro-abortion activist group Jane's Revenge on the Right to Life of Northeast Ohio's building.

Prosecutor: DNA Test Proves Illegal Alien Raped, Impregnated 10-Year-Old Girl Who Sought Abortion

A DNA test proves that an illegal alien raped and impregnated a ten-year-old girl in Columbus, Ohio, according to prosecutors. The case was cited by President Joe Biden after the girl sought an abortion in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Who was that masked woman?

(Scott Johnson)

John posted a video clip of Kamala Harris doing her thing yesterday in “These people are crazy.” Like John, I was mystified by Harris’s description of her attire in addition to her recitation of personal pronouns. Searching (so far unsuccessfully) for the White House text of President Biden’s unblinking remarks to the NOBLE group yesterday, I came across the text of Harris’s remarks here.

Harris was observing the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and speaking at a roundtable with “disability advocates.” I take it from the context that her self-description was for those who literally could not see. Even in this context, however, Harris managed to direct her focus to the sacrament of abortion:

And so I’ve asked these leaders to come in so that we can discuss these issues and pay attention to the fact that the Dobbs decision and the act of the United States Supreme Court to take away a constitutional right, that had been recognized, from the people of America will impact a lot of people and differently in some situations. And we need to be responsive to these issues and also lift up the voices of all people who will be impacted and the way that they will be impacted.

Etc., etc., ad nauseam. Harris’s remarks made me wonder how the “disability advocates” feel about the abortion of babies because of their disabilities.

OB/GYN Sen. Roger Marshall: 'Ignore Myths from Left on Ectopic Pregnancy'

Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS), an obstetrician and gynecologist (OB-GYN), wrote an op-ed for Fox News telling Americans to "ignore myths from the left on ectopic pregnancy" following the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision. 

Nolte: Washington Post, Democrats Pressure Disney to Run Abortion Ads

The child groomers at Disney are currently refusing to run certain Democrat party ads on Hulu, and Democrats (and the media) are furious.

Illegal Alien Pleads Not Guilty to Raping, Impregnating 10-Year-Old Girl

An illegal alien in Columbus, Ohio, has pleaded not guilty to raping a ten-year-old girl, whose case was cited by President Joe Biden when she sought an abortion in a neighboring state.

How Nice Can You Get?

(John Hinderaker)

Most Minnesotans are relentlessly normal, but for some reason we have a habit of electing wacky politicians. A current example is our lieutenant governor, Peggy Flanagan. Flanagan is perhaps even more far-left than Governor Tim Walz, and she also adds a twist of the bizarre. As in this tweet:

Minnesotans are good neighbors.

We'll bring you a hotdish when you move into a new neighborhood.

We'll shovel your driveway when it snows.

And we'll protect you if you need an abortion.

— Peggy Flanagan (@peggyflanagan) July 25, 2022

I’ll bet you weren’t expecting that punch line. But today’s Left espouses the sacramental view of abortion: it’s about the nicest thing they can think of!

U. of Michigan Medical Students Walk Out of Keynote Address Delivered by Pro-Life Professor

A video shows dozens of University of Michigan medical students walking out of their White Coat ceremony, an important rite of passage marking students' transition to future medical professionals, as pro-life professor Dr. Kristin Collier approached the podium to deliver her keynote address.

On Dobbs leak, the Court is silent

(Scott Johnson)

The status of the investigation ordered by Chief Justice Roberts following the leak of Justice Alito’s Dobbs opinion to Politico remains shrouded in mystery. The AP reports that the Supreme Court is resting on its right to remain silent:

The Supreme Court won’t say whether it’s still investigating.

The court also won’t say whether the leaker has been identified or whether anyone has been disciplined.

Or whether an outside law firm or the FBI has been called in.

Or whether the court will ever offer an accounting of what transpired.

Or whether it has taken steps to try to prevent a repeat.

To these and other emailed questions, Supreme Court spokeswoman Patricia McCabe said by email: “The Court has no comment.”

Just in case you were wondering.