Abortion & Breast Cancer: Lies and More Lies

From the beginning, the case for legalizing abortion was a fabrication of lies. As Dr. D. James Kennedy noted in his sermon, “Lies and More Lies,” the Supreme Court was told the number of women who had died from back-alley abortions was 10,000. But Dr. Bernard Nathanson, who presided over the abortion of 60,000 babies until he could no longer live with his conscience, admitted to Dr. Kennedy that this number was pulled out of the air—made up to impress the court. Likewise, the facts of the cases of Norma McCorvey, the “Roe” of Roe v. Wade and Sandra Cano, the “Doe” of Doe v. Bolton, are nothing like the stories their lawyers told to persuade the court. Today the lies continue. Abortionists never refer to the life in the woman’s womb as a “baby.” It is a “product of conception,” “a clump of cells,” or “the fetus.” They falsely assure women they will not experience any long-term consequences from having an abortion and hide information showing that suicide, depression, and complications with future pregnancies are common after-effects of abortion. In addition, the evidence of a clear link between breast cancer and abortion, which has been known for decades, is being ignored or disputed by shoddy research that relies on faulty research designs, as Dr. Joel Brind explains in his March 2015 article in National Review, “Abortion and Breast Cancer: The Stubborn Link Returns.” [i] As Dr. Brind wrote in his article, “The first epidemiological study to show a link between induced abortion and breast cancer was published in 1957.” In 1996, when Brind led a research team that...

Judge Who Dismissed Charges Against Abortionist Concealed Financial Ties With Tiller / ‘Roe’ Pleads with Kansans to Charge Tiller

A Kansas legislator has filed a complaint claiming judicial misconduct against a district judge, who failed to disclose his financial ties to the state’s most notorious abortion provider before tossing the 30 misdemeanor charges against him. State Sen. Tim Huelskamp, R-Fowler, has alleged District Judge Paul W. Clark committed judicial misconduct in the investigation of abortionist George Tiller, who was under investigation by then-Attorney General Phil Kline for illegal late-term abortions, failures to report properly the details to state health officials, and failure to report suspected child sexual abuse. “Judge Clark failed to disclose on the record his financial ties with abortionist Tiller and D.A. Foulston while ruling in their favor,” reads the complaint lodged today by Huelskamp with the Kansas Commission on Judicial Qualifications (KCJQ). The complaint requests the KCJQ “take appropriate disciplinary action, and thereby preserve and protect the public trust in the judicial system of the State of Kansas.” For two years, outgoing Attorney General Phil Kline pursued an investigation into Tiller’s activities resulting in 30 criminal misdemeanor charges. However, Dec. 22, 2006, Judge Clark dismissed the charges – a day after Kline filed his criminal case – at the behest of Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston, who claimed the AG had no jurisdiction in the matter unless she gave her consent, and she had no intention of prosecuting Tiller. Operation Rescue (OR) investigated and exposed Judge Clark’s campaign finance ties with Dan Monnet, the attorney representing Tiller, and with DA Foulston. Records show they both contributed $500 to Clark’s election campaign in 2004. Judge Clark held the hearing with Monnet and Foulston present, but...

Roe v. Wade – Comments by Congressman Franks after Court Denied Review (3/05)

UPDATE- The U.S. Supreme Court refused to grant Norma McCorvey’s request to review Roe v. Wade on 22Feb05. McCorvey was “Roe” in this 1973 decision that legalized abortion on demand in the USA.These are remarks by Congressman Trent Franks of Arizona concerning the possible reversing or reopening of Roe v. Wade. … “While we do not know what the Court will ultimately do, it is important to remind ourselves of the grave devastation the decision in Roe v. Wade has brought to bear on individual families and this nation. Each time an abortion takes place, a nameless little baby dies a tragic and lonely death, a mother is never the same, and all the gifts that child might have brought to humanity are lost forever. The basis for this appeal is that abortion – in fact – hurts women. That is, contrary to the rationale in Roe v. Wade and after more than 30 years of reflection and experience, abortion is not the “burden relieving” act in a woman’s life that it was portrayed to be; it is not good and safe for women. Nor can we forget the loss of over 40 million American lives since January 22, 1973. It is astonishing to think about its many implications. We would not be discussing a Social Security crisis or shortage in our military force numbers if Roe v. Wade had been decided differently. It is time for all of us to come together and care for mothers and their unborn children enough to find a better answer than abortion.   We must recognize that imposing abortion on demand on...