by Louise Kirk
An International Planned Parenthood ad.
When I was in Sydney last May, a headline in the free MX newspaper handed out in the underground caught my eye. “Contraception education failing the young”, it announced and went on to say that half of all pregnancies in Australia aren’t planned. Young women were sticking with “the most unreliable forms of contraception”. Read more…
An Oklahoma law banning off-label use of abortion pills goes to the Supreme Court.
from AFA ActionAlert
Earlier this month, Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast was ordered to pay $4.3 million for making false, fraudulent and ineligible Medicaid claims through the Texas Women’s Health Program from 2003 to 2009.
Several former employees have filed lawsuits claiming they were instructed to repeatedly make false Medicaid claims. The alleged Medicaid fraud amount totals over $12 million for tens of thousands of false claims. Read more…
By Owen Strachan
Has he ever heard of Crisis Pregnancy Centers?
I remember being a teenager, growing up on the coast of Maine, and having heated conversations with friends about abortion. At some point in the discussion, I would be tossed a line that went something like: “You really don’t care about women. You and people like you don’t do anything for them.” My face would get red; I would sputter a bit, not knowing what to say (a common reaction for a teenage boy, the others being either sullenness or showy exasperation). Read more…