In their debut speeches at the Democratic National Convention, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had the chance to explain to any general election voters paying attention for the first time precisely what their abortion agenda would mean for Americans – and they completely chickened out. Not one main stage speaker in the entire four days even uttered the “A-word.”
The CMP videos powerfully confirmed the truth about Planned Parenthood, one it works assiduously to conceal: its business is abortion, not women’s health care. Indeed, a look at the organization’s history reveals that its primary objective has never been serving the health needs of disadvantaged women and families but something much darker…
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: The mostly virtual Democratic National Convention took place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, this week—Louisiana State Sen. Katrina Jackson joins us to discuss how she’s challenging her party on abortion, while Marjorie Dannenfelser of the Susan B. Anthony List and Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review join us for pro-life analysis. The Chicks, celebrities, and politicians participate in a virtual fundraiser for Planned Parenthood—Catherine Hadro “Speaks Out.” And we introduce you to Kristen Day, the pro-life Democrat on a mission to make room in the party for pro-life voters… and much more!
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: The pro-life movement is preparing for a post-Roe world by establishing a new network called PLAN—the Pregnancy and Life Assistance Network. Chaney Mullins, PLAN program manager, and Jill Stanek, PLAN community outreach manager, join us to share how this network will facilitate collaboration between assistance programs and their communities… and much more!
Now that California Sen. Kamala Harris is the Democrats’ anointed vice presidential hopeful, Biden-Harris is officially the most pro-abortion presidential ticket in American history. Harris is an extremist who supports abortion on demand through birth, paid for by taxpayers, and even infanticide. It gets worse.
The anti-abortion movement is pouring substantial resources into upcoming elections, having been galvanized by President Trump, who has purportedly shifted the political landscape to make the issue a winner in November. On Monday, canvassers for the Susan B. Anthony (SBA) List will deploy to Wisconsin — decided by a 0.77 percent vote gap in the 2016 presidential race — in an attempt to sway a narrow margin of voters to support anti-abortion politicians.