The group that brought America “Undercover at Planned Parenthood,” a shaky, 11-minute video shot clandestinely by undercover anti-abortion-rights activists, is working on a new project aimed to convince more people that Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) does not deserve any federal funding for the non-abortion services it provides nationwide. More …
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Predictably, abortion was one of the leading foes at this year’s sixth annual Values Voter Summit, with presidential candidates and religious leaders receiving standing ovations for promising to overturn Roe v. Wade and for vilifying Planned Parenthood Federation of America. The weekend’s focus on Planned Parenthood and abortion rights is followed by a week filled with anti-abortion-rights legislative activity at the Capitol. More …
As expected the American Family Association’s president, Bryan Fischer, delivered a Values Voter Summit speech rife with rhetoric some have called “unmitigated bigotry More…” and what presidential hopeful Mitt Romney indirectly called-out as “poisonous.”
“We should remember that decency and civility are values too,” Romney said at the end
Bill Bennett, radio host of “Morning in America,” censured Dallas pastor Robert Jeffress during his comments at Saturday’s Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., criticizing the pastor for statements he made against presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s religion More….
On Friday, Jeffress told TAI: “When the smoke clears it is going to
UPDATED Oct. 8, with reaction from Planned Parenthood
Controversial Texas pastor Robert Jeffress introduced presidential candidate Rick Perry to the stage at this year’s Values Voter Summit More…, telling a jam-packed ballroom that the Texas governor deserves the presidency because he has a “strong commitment to biblical values.”
House Speaker John Boehner told a crowd of thousands at the sixth annual Values Voter Summit More… in Washington D.C., that giving birth to 12 boys and girls probably was not convenient for his mother. But she did it, one at a time.