• Discovery of Fetal Remains at Abortionist’s House Shows the Cruelty of Abortion

    Americans are reacting in disgust at the discovery of more than 2,000 fetal remains uncovered at the home of a deceased abortion doctor.

    Late last week in Indiana, the family of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer happened upon the fetal remains and contacted the Will County Coroner’s Office, which launched an investigation. According to the sheriff’s department, the family is cooperating with the investigation and there is no evidence that abortions took place on Klopfer’s property.

    The coroner’s office counted 2,246 preserved fetal remains before taking possession of them. Two thousand, two hundred forty-six.

    Klopfer died on Sept. 3. The South Bend Tribune had described him as “likely Indiana’s most prolific abortion doctor.”

    His reasons for storing the bodies of thousands of aborted babies at his home remains unclear.… Read More...

  • In Troubling Decision, FDA Contracts With Company That May Have Profited From Fetal Tissue Sales

    In Troubling Decision, FDA Contracts With Company That May Have Profited From Fetal Tissue Sales

    Earlier this week, CNS News reported that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently signed a one-year, $15,900 contract with Advanced Bioscience Resources to acquire human fetal tissue “for implantation into severely immune-compromised mice to create chimeric animals that have a human immune system.”

    According to the government’s presolicitation notice, “ABR is the only company in the U.S. capable of supplying” the fetal tissue and “no other company or organization is capable of fulfilling the need.”

    In 2015, the Center for Medical Progress released disturbing undercover videos of abortion industry representatives discussing the sale of aborted baby body parts. The ensuing outrage spawned congressional investigation in the House and Senate and resulted in multiple criminal referrals.

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  • How the Trump Administration Is Taking Serious Action to Protect Life, Conscience

    How the Trump Administration Is Taking Serious Action to Protect Life, Conscience

    The Department of Health and Human Services made news last week when its Office for Civil Rights announced the creation of a new Conscience and Religious Freedom Division dedicated to protecting our first freedom.

    The very next day, the department unveiled a proposed regulation to robustly enforce federal conscience statutes, and rescinded an Obama-era guidance letter that restricted state actions against family-planning providers that also provide abortion services.

    The administration’s actions are an encouraging change in policy that demonstrate a robust respect for fundamental American principles.

    For more than 40 years, federal law has protected the conscience rights of all Americans in the context of health care.

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