• Pro-Life Action League comments on the faithful sidewalk counselors who are exposing the abortion industry, with no help from the media. A late-term abortion clinic in northwest Chicago, the Albany Medical Surgical Center, has had a number of patients transported from the facility by ambulance, the most recent being last week. No one notices the back door, back alley ambulance visits except sidewalk counselors, who attempt to photograph the events as they occur.
  • Suzy B says the very pro-choice New York Times almost got it right on fetal pain legislation:
    The article correctly pointed out that “one recent poll” found a majority of people would draw the line for abortion at 20 weeks of pregnancy. I would add that a number of polls further corroborate this finding. Polling by Quinnipiac, National Journal, Huffington Post, NBC/Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post/ABC News have all found that either a plurality or majority of Americans support limiting abortion after 20 weeks gestation, and that women support the measure in higher numbers than men. The tremendous public support for this common ground limit has provided momentum key to its success.
    With a little research, the NYT would have found that, despite their claims, there is ample evidence for fetal pain, and post viability abortions are not, in fact, illegal.