Cross-posted at EllenKolb.com. This post contains an affiliate link. Gosnell by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer is not easy to read. The style is smooth and fluent, but the topic’s a tough one: Kermit Gosnell, former abortion doctor, now serving life in prison. He killed children who survived attempts to abort them. He was found… Read More “Gosnell” Book: Tough & Challenging
After three and half years, the makers of 3801 Lancaster (see link below) are ready to release the follow-up documentary, 3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy. The address in the title refers to the facility where abortionist Kermit Gosnell killed children who survived attempted abortions. He was also found guilty of manslaughter in the death of patient Karnamaya… Read More Gosnell film, “3801 Lancaster: American Tragedy,” available for pre-order
As the Supreme Court hears a case involving a Texas law mandating that abortion facilities be given the same regulatory treatment as ambulatory care facilities, the Gosnell grand jury report from 2011 reminds us what happens when pro-abortion ideology trumps women’s health. I hope the Justices find this report somewhere amid the many briefs that… Read More Gosnell grand jury: “license abortion clinics as ambulatory surgical facilities”
Never forget that abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s crimes were made public by accident. Had federal agents not raided Gosnell’s facility on February 18, 2010 during a drug investigation, he’d probably still be snipping the spines of babies who survived his attempts to abort them and women would still be dying at his so-called “clinic.” A detective… Read More On this date, 2010: the raid on Kermit Gosnell’s office
It’s not dead yet: House Bill 629, a proposal to authorize New Hampshire officials to collect abortion statistics, was reviewed at a legislative work session on September 8. It was introduced last January, but it never made it to the House floor after the Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs committee voted to retain the bill until… Read More Latest on NH abortion stats: legislators hold work session
I’m beyond words as I read this Facebook post from Abby Johnson.