Skip to main content

Another Planned Parenthood Abortion Center Violating Child Rape Laws

LiveAction has exposed yet another Planned Parenthood abortion center violating child rape reporting laws.  This 10th case documented by the young pro-life group take place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  In this recent video, a 14 year old presents herself for an abortion and is counseled by the Planned Parenthood health worker to not tell anyone else that her boyfriend is 31.  She was then instructed how to get around the parental notification laws to obtain her abortion



Planned Parenthood's official response to this video was they would have followed the law and reported the sexual abuse had the young woman given them her name; however, the undercover camera recorded the young woman doing just that.  Their response would be considered a weak attempt at justification of violating state reporting laws, except their official statement is patently false leaving them with no defense to their inaction.

In response to a another Live Action video, authorities in Birmingham, Alabama put a Planned Parenthood clinic on probation earlier this month, after the undercover video by LiveAction revealed 9 violations of sex abuse reporting laws in the clinic. Alabama joins several other states who have initiated investigations into clinics after viewing an unedited Live Action undercover video.

This youth led pro-life nonprofit group has unearthed a disturbing pattern of non-reporting child sexual abuse in Planned Parenthood clinics across the country.  After 10 documented cases in different Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, when will Planned Parenthood open their own investigation into their dangerous and potentially illegal counseling practices? At what point will they make the health and welfare of minor children a priority and enforce the laws that protect the most vulnerable of women?

Receive New Blog Posts by Email

* indicates required

Connect on Social

Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket

Popular posts from this blog

Don’t Leave Facebook for Lent – Take it Over!

  So many Christians leave Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media channels for their Lenten devotion or fast.  With the purpose of Lent being to rededicate our lives to God and grow in holiness, I understand why so many fast from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more for Lent.  Our social media feeds these days are full of darkness, sadness, and temptation.  They are far from the original purpose of the platforms to bring community together. Pope Benedict said in his message for World Communications Day 2013, “Believers are increasingly aware that, unless the Good News is made known also in the digital world, it may be absent in the experience of many people for whom this existential space is important.”  He continued. “Social networks… also reshape the dynamics of communication which builds relationships.”  This is part of the reason why I dedicate my time to sharing the Good News online.  I believe in my call as a Christian to go and make disciples of ALL NATIONS – eve

Prayer to End the School Year

Another school year is coming to an end.  And what a year the 2017-2018 school year was..... The events of the last 9 months have made me not only thankful to see it end but needing to get on my knees to Thank God for many things.  This school year began with Hurricane Harvey hitting our area and ended with the devastating school shooting at nearby Santa Fe High School. In the middle of the crisis around us there were so many beautiful things, events and people that touched and changed our community and family for the better.  Let's just start with the teachers and administrators who have interacted with my kids this year...  A special social studies teacher that made a fast friend out of my geography obsessed daughter, an ELA teacher who slowly won my oldest daughter over with her love of the written word, a soccer trainer who pushed my son harder than he thought he could handle, and then helped him recognize how that hard work paid off.  What about a school nurse who repeated

12 Quotes from St. Teresa of Calcutta

St. Teresa of Calcutta made a deep impression on me as a young girl as I watched her on tv and in news. Who doesn't remember the iconic picture of Mother Teresa with Princess Diana splashed across all magazines, newspapers and news shows?  To me, Saints were people who lived a long time ago, but here she was, a saint in the making.  Mother Teresa was a role model of how to become a Saint in our modern world, by giving her life to God through her dedication to the poor. On her feast day, I want to share with you a few of my favorite quotes from St. Teresa of Calcutta.   Her words are seemingly simple and straightforward but packed with meaning.  My selection comes out of a new favorite book I picked up called, Mother Teresa: Her Essential Wisdom by Carol Kelly-Gangi.  This little book contains hundreds of quotes from St. Teresa of Calcutta centered around specific themes as well as a summary of her biography and quotes about her from others.  "God does not demand that