Theater Cancels Screening of Pro-Life Movie ‘Unplanned’ after Threats of Violence from Pro-Abortion Activists
Producers of the anti-abortion movie Unplanned won a hard-fought battle to get their movie screened in Canada. Now, though, pro-abortion activists are beginning to resort to threats of violence to stop the film.
Last week, Gallup released its annual public-opinion poll on abortion policy, and its results contain some good news for abortion opponents.
Buoyed by the number of laws being passed at the state level and dozens of federal judges being confirmed, pro-life advocates are hailing a tipping point and "shift" happening across the U.S. on abortion.
The last abortion clinic in the state of Missouri may shut down this week and its closing may have nothing to do with the new pro-life law the state legislature passed to ban abortions.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp angered abortion supporters Tuesday when he signed a bill into law that bans abortion once a fetal heartbeat has been detected and recognizes fetuses as natural persons.
Democrat Alabama State Rep. John Rogers made horrifying remarks on the floor of the Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday about abortion, saying: "Some kids are unwanted, so you kill them now or you kill them later."
Box office success for "Unplanned" continues to grow after total sales hit $17.2 million this weekend. With only a $6 million budget, Pureflix's pro-life movie started making a profit on its opening weekend, after debuting with $6.1 million.
Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats continue to refuse a request to allow a vote on the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, legislation that would stop infanticide and provide medical care and treatment for babies who survive abortions.
Kaya Jones, a former member of the Pussycat Dolls, claimed in a March 1 tweet that “every single Democrat that voted against the born alive bill received money from Planned Parenthood.”
House Democrats refused a vote on the bill for the 28th time — reading the same statement they have read the previous 26 occasions that claims there is no bipartisan agreement to bring the bill up for a vote.