Google is Censoring Information on How Abortion Kills and Injures Women

Google is Censoring Information on How Abortion Kills and Injures Women

Operation Rescue has released an updated version of its popular informational page, “Abortion In America.”

This page, which contains data, graphs, and links on currently available abortion statistics all in one place, was once Operation Rescue’s most-visited page before Google searches first began suppressing the content in 2017.

The newly updated page contains more data than ever before, including information about abortion facilities in America derived from Operation Rescue’s annual abortion clinic survey, which provides the most up-to-date information available on abortion facility numbers and trends.

Data about the numbers of abortions and abortion demographics have been derived from reports issued by the Center for Disease Control’s report released on November 27, 2020, that contained data from 2018.

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South Dakota pro-life laws take effect, including protection for babies with Down syndrome

South Dakota pro-life laws take effect, including protection for babies with Down syndrome

A restriction on abortion based on a prenatal Down syndrome diagnosis, which was signed into law by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem earlier this year, has officially taken effect.

Noem announced the good news on social media, explaining that multiple South Dakota pro-life laws became official on July 1, 2021. “Little Valentina Duffy is such a beautiful baby, and she happens to have Down Syndrome,” Noem wrote on Twitter. “Several pro-life bills that I signed are becoming law in South Dakota TODAY, including a ban on abortions based on a Down syndrome diagnosis. We’re protecting the right to life of all SD kids.”

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Tennessee residents with disabilities will now be eligible for organ transplants

Tennessee residents with disabilities will now be eligible for organ transplants

Tennessee residents with developmental disabilities are celebrating, as July 1 marked the effective date for a law that made them eligible to receive organ transplants.

ABC’s News Channel 9 reported on the young poster child whose story became the impetus for passage of the new bill. At just five years old, Cora Hall of Athens, Tennessee, has already lived through multiple major surgeries to manage the complications of Down syndrome.

Cora’s mom, Ashley, described her daughter, saying, “She’s just a five-year-old spunky little girl that loves life, and she loves hard. She loves to dance and sing, and she’s just a true joy.

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University Caught Harvesting Genitalia From Aborted Babies for Research

University Caught Harvesting Genitalia From Aborted Babies for Research

The University of California San Francisco, a hub for all things abortion in the U.S., is harvesting aborted babies’ genitalia and other organs for research, according to documents obtained by pro-life advocates.

The Daily Wire reports Pro-Life San Francisco made the gruesome discovery in documents that it requested through the California Public Records Act. UC San Francisco is a public, taxpayer-funded university.

Among the documents provided by the university were “Arrival/Departure and Collection Lists,” or logs listing the human tissue that was collected from aborted babies, according to the report.

Live Action, which reviewed the documents, found that many of the lists included “genitalia and/or gonads” from aborted babies.

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Single Mom Who Rejected Abortion Graduates From Pharmacy School

Single Mom Who Rejected Abortion Graduates From Pharmacy School

Brittany stared with disbelief at the pregnancy test in her hand. It was positive. Fear ran rampant throughout her body.

This wasn’t part of the plan! She was too young to have a baby! She was still in college; she wanted to be a pharmacist! She couldn’t provide for a child! 

The adrenaline. The emotion. Deep breaths. Deep breaths. She needed to think …

Maybe an abortion. She could just go in, have it done, and get on with her life as if it never happened, right?

“Throughout that day, I thought more and more about it,” she recalled. “I Googled everything, so I decided to look up what occurs during an abortion, as well as the physical and emotional effects.”

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Pro-Life Advocate Starts Pro-Life Bank Since Most Banks Donate to Planned Parenthood

Pro-Life Advocate Starts Pro-Life Bank Since Most Banks Donate to Planned Parenthood

Pro-life evangelist Nick Vujicic, known as the man without limbs, is starting a pro-life bank.

Vujicic told The Christian Post that he was disturbed to learn that most banks donate part of their profits to Planned Parenthood and other abortion groups.

He believes Christians need to do more to stop abortion, and, with a background in finance, he and Betsy Gray, the executive director of Network Medical Women’s Center, decided to create a bank that donates only to life-affirming causes.

Vujicic, the founder of Life Without Limbs, said he cannot imagine just how much money banks have donated toward the killing of unborn babies in abortions in America.

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SHOCK: Chicago Public Schools plan to give 10-year-olds access to condoms

SHOCK: Chicago Public Schools plan to give 10-year-olds access to condoms

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that students as young as fifth grade will have access to condoms in Chicago public schools when they reopen in late August. It’s an effort to prevent teen pregnancies, HIV, and other sexually transmitted diseases, but research shows that these sex ed programs do more harm than good.

No U.S. state considers children younger than 16 legally able to consent to sex, including Illinois. Yet, Illinois’ REACH Act, which includes graphic material from Planned Parenthood, mandates sex education for Kindergarten through 12th grade. It defines “consent” as “knowing, affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in specific interpersonal, physical, or sexual activity at any given time.”

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As Pro-Abortion Activists Mobilize, Pro-Life Leaders Say Movement Must Be Ready if ‘Roe’ is Overturned

As Pro-Abortion Activists Mobilize, Pro-Life Leaders Say Movement Must Be Ready if ‘Roe’ is Overturned

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Pro-life marchers gather for the March for Life at the nation’s capitol in Washington D.C. on the 43rd anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, January 22, 2016.

Jeanne Mancini, president of the March for Life, said hat her group’s very mission is “to work for a time when abortion is unthinkable.” She encouraged pro-life Americans to build a culture of life now.

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Ohio Enacts Health Care Conscience Protections

Ohio Enacts Health Care Conscience Protections

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Louis Brown, Jr., Esq., executive director of the Christ Medicus Foundation, praised DeWine and the Ohio Legislature “for stepping into the breach to protect the civil right of medical conscience and to help safeguard the life, health, and dignity of patients in Ohio.”

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14 Catholic Groups: Abortion is Not a Human Right, It “Eliminates an Innocent Human Life”

14 Catholic Groups: Abortion is Not a Human Right, It “Eliminates an Innocent Human Life”

Catholic organizations across the world criticized the European Parliament in June for approving a radical pro-abortion report that puts pressure on countries to legalize abortions without limits and eliminate conscience protections for medical workers.

In a statement, 14 Catholic organizations said abortion is not a “human right,” as the report claims, because abortion destroys human lives, according to the Catholic News Agency.

“Abortion eliminates an innocent human life and has grave physical and psychological consequences for women who undergo it, and harmful consequences for those who procure it,” they said in the statement published June 23. “Moreover, this proposal would undermine the right of conscientious objection, which is essential to true progress and equality in our societies.”

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Olympic Athlete Brianna McNeal Thought an Abortion Would Further Her Career, But It Destroyed It

Olympic Athlete Brianna McNeal Thought an Abortion Would Further Her Career, But It Destroyed It

Olympic gold medalist Brianna McNeal revealed this week that she struggled with guilt and depression after she aborted her unborn baby in 2020 to further her athletic career.

USA Today reports the California athlete shared about her abortion for the first time publicly after the Athletics Integrity Unit banned her from competing last month. McNeal won the gold medal for the 100-meter hurdles in the 2016 Olympics.

McNeal was charged with “tampering within the results management process” for required drug testing for athletes. She recently was disciplined with a five year suspension from the competition, according to the report.

But McNeal, 29, insists that she is “not doping and will never dope,” and her punishment stems from the “very emotional time” when she had her abortion, according to the New York Times.

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New South Dakota Law Takes Effect That Bans Abortions on Babies With Down Syndrome

New South Dakota Law Takes Effect That Bans Abortions on Babies With Down Syndrome

A new pro-life law is taking effect this week in South Dakota and it bans abortions on babies with Down syndrome. South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem signed the pro-life bill into law back and March and it went into effect yesterday.

Noem signed HB 1110, which bans abortion based on a diagnosis of Down Syndrome as well as three other pro-life bills to protect babies from abortions. Both chambers of the South Dakota legislature passed the ban unanimously. The unanimous 35-0 vote in the state Senate happened less than two weeks after the state House also unanimously passed the pro-life bill.

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