Taxpayer Funded Abortion
Abortion as a political football
Sheila Liaugminas | 21 July 2011
Or, Planned Parenthood, in particular.
Paying the tab for Planned Parenthood
Sheila Liaugminas | 18 July 2011
Taxpayers pick up a third of it. Chances are, most of us didn’t know that.
Abortion supporters, in their own words
Sheila Liaugminas | 16 March 2011
A majority of Americans are opposed to abortion, and recognizing it is legal, the majority have expressed that they don’t want their tax dollars to be spent on assisting the abortion industry. The effort in Congress to de-fund Planned Parenthood has grown emotional and tense at times, with dramatic claims made by abortion supporters in defense of federal funding for Planned Parenthood. This issue needs clarity.
Who in Congress wants you to pay for abortion?
Sheila Liaugminas | 15 February 2011
This headline caught my attention: “Pelosi rips ‘No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act.‘”
Another Planned Parenthood clinic exposed
Sheila Liaugminas | 09 February 2011
Live Action has rolled out another revealing video from inside an abortion clinic, revealing some ready willingness to aid and abet sex trafficking….for the sake of doing business.
More calls to de-fund Planned Parenthood
Sheila Liaugminas | 23 September 2010
Just a couple of months ago, a coalition of congressmen called for a federal audit of the nation’s largest abortion provider because of dishonesty in their reporting. About a hundred representatives joined a bi-partisan legal effort to defund Planned Parenthood.
Nuanced to death
Sheila Liaugminas | 01 August 2010
Pro-life leaders have said all along that if abortion is not explicitly excluded from the new healthcare legislation, it will be included. Their critics challenge them to find it in the wording, saying it’s not there. It is, and they have.
Defund Planned Parenthood
Sheila Liaugminas | 01 July 2010
For the first time since 2002, the nation’s largest abortion provider has been called to an accounting. How much federal funding do they receive and how much do they spend, and therefore ‘need?’ It took 31 U.S. senators and congressional representatives asking for such a report to get the books opened for review. And what they found was a big discrepancy.
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