During a press conference mourning 40 years of legal abortion, AUL bemoans a woman’s inability to prove she can have children and a career.
The anti-choice advocate is ready to see just how much the Supreme Court’s swing vote is willing to “protect” women.
Emily Bazelon profiles Charmaine Yoest in the New York Times Magazine. Yoest knows that the anti-choice movement needs to improve its reputation, but despite this, she can’t give up on the overt sexism and the anti-contraception sentiments.
The newly announced presidential candidate is now reminding everyone of his anti-choice chops.
The anti-choice group publishes a 181 page diatribe of allegations of wrongdoing against Planned Parenthood, demading a congressional investigation.
Despite being embroiled in a lawsuit in Ohio for false advertising, the anti-choice Susan B. Anthony List continues using the false charge of “taxpayer-funded abortion” to attempt to sway millions of voters.
As each new anti-abortion campaigning group enters the field, it’s like a reoccuring sense of deja vu.
It doesn’t matter which anti-choice group launches the ads, they all are being accused of outright falsehoods.
Note to advertising folk…always double check your opponent’s name.
Republicans are pushing even harder against abortion funding, to the point where one state has opted out of the high risk insurance pool all together. And Operation Rescue thinks ten year olds should have babies.