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Pro-lifer warns about Planned Parenthood-trained 'navigators'
2014.09.12 - 12:00am - One News Now
Some people signing up for ObamaCare may find they are exposing very private information without knowing it. Planned Parenthood has received over a half-million dollars to hire and train so-called "navigators" to sign up people for medical insurance. But it's allegedly a backdoor approach for the abortion business to generate more income. "These people are going to steer the general public to insurance companies that will reimburse Planned Parenthood for their medical services," says Jim Sedlak of the American Life League. read more...
Abortion safer than childbirth? Not where suicide is concerned.
2014.09.12 - 12:00am - Live Action News
Abortion advocates (especially abortionists themselves) like to repeat the soundbite that abortion is safer than child birth. This is untrue medically speaking, and it is profoundly untrue psychologically speaking. Yesterday, on World Suicide Prevention Day, Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life drew attention to the startling statistics of the abortion-suicide link. read more...
'Abortion is sacred,' Planned Parenthood volunteer tells Missouri legislators
2014.09.12 - 12:00am - LifeSiteNews
As Missouri state legislators grappled with whether to extend the waiting period for an abortion to 72 hours, a Planned Parenthood volunteer had a simple message for them: “Abortion is sacred.”

Those words, emblazoned on a sign held by Juleigh Snell on the south lawn of the state capital in Jefferson City, spoke for many of those present at the "Stand With Missouri Women" rally yesterday morning. Snell, who describes herself as an atheist, drove 150 miles from her home in Alton, Illinois – the hometown of Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly – for the demonstration on the capitol steps. read more...
Planned Parenthood receives $511,399 in tax dollars to act as ObamaCare navigators
2014.09.11 - 1:15pm - LifeSiteNews
Planned Parenthood will receive more than half-a-million dollars in U.S. taxpayer funds to help sign people up for ObamaCare health insurance plans during a three month period in 2014-15. For the second year in a row, the Department of Health and Human Services will award two Planned Parenthood chapters in Iowa and Montana federal grants to act as “navigators” for those uninsured or otherwise unable to navigate the labyrinth of new insurance regulations ushered in by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). read more...
Declaring Planned Parenthood an enemy of the Church: What it means for Planned Parenthood personnel
2014.09.11 - 1:00am - STOPP
Some say we demonize Planned Parenthood personnel by standing outside its facilities with a sign saying “Abortion Kills.” Some say we demonize Planned Parenthood personnel by working to expose the organization’s grooming of children for sex abuse and lives of sexual chaos. Others say we demonize Planned Parenthood employees by encouraging Pope Francis to declare Planned Parenthood an enemy of the Church. Their assertions couldn’t be further from the truth. read more...
Uncle Sam, nuns set to do legal battle over ObamaCare
2014.09.11 - 12:00am - One News Now
The Obama administration has gone after tea party groups and Fox News, but now Uncle Sam has his sights set on a new target: a group of nuns.  The federal government and Little Sisters of the Poor will square off before the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals this month over ObamaCare. At issue is abortion-causing drugs.  Little Sisters, which assists the elderly poor, refuses to provide free coverage for contraceptives and abortion causing drugs.  Adele Keim is an attorney with The Becket Fund, which represents the nuns.  She tells OneNewsNow: "The government continues to insist that it gets to decide who is religious enough to get a full exemption from the HHS contraceptive/abortifacient mandate, and which groups like Little Sisters of the Poor are not religious enough and still have to have their health plan hijacked by the federal government."  That's in spite of rebukes from the U.S. Supreme Court, which granted stays for Little Sisters of the Poor and Wheaton College. After that, the government changed its approach. read more...