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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kermit Gosnell
An aide to abortion provider Kermit Gosnell — the one who testified last year that she heard one of her partially aborted babies cry during a botched procedure — was sentenced to five to 10 years behind bars.
A former medical technician at a Philadelphia abortion clinic that authorities called a "house of horrors" was sentenced to five to 10 years in prison for her role in the 2009 overdose death of a patient.
A bill in the Arizona Legislature to allow surprise inspections of abortion clinics has been described by supporters as a vital tool for health inspectors, who now must get a warrant to make unannounced searches of abortion providers.
Since the announcement of her gubernatorial bid last October, Texas Democrat Wendy Davis has seemed to enmesh herself in a new controversy every week.
Feb. 18 marks the fourth anniversary of the FBI raid on Kermit Gosnell's Philadelphia abortion facility.
Steven Massof, the 51-year-old assistant to abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, was sentenced to several years in prison for killing two babies who had been born alive.
An unlicensed doctor who worked as an assistant at a Philadelphia abortion clinic that authorities dubbed a "house of horrors" has been sentenced to six to 12 years in prison.
America's abortion industry and its supporters in Congress introduced federal legislation recently that would ensure that butchers like Kermit Gosnell, the notorious late-term abortionist convicted of murder in May, enjoy the prerogative to set up shop anywhere in the country and ply their grisly trade without interference or oversight from state officials and without accountability to the women they harm.
The cruelty of fetal dismemberment is fostering palliative measures
The billboards, placed prominently near Delaware's abortion clinics, say it all: "Don't Let Your Job Put You In Prison."
The Democratic Party, Virginia gubernatorial hopeful Terry McAuliffe and their "pro-choice" cohorts continue unabashedly their campaign to deny women contemplating an abortion the basic right to a certified and approved abortion clinic.
Speaking publicly for the first time since his conviction, Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell insisted that he is "spiritually innocent," despite being found guilty of snipping the necks of babies born alive during abortion procedures.
The state must stop pretending the unborn are not human beings
Thousands of pages of documents from states on abortion activities requested by two House committees offer "no support" to Republican state-level calls for tougher abortion laws, according to a report released Wednesday by pro-choice activists.
In characteristic folksy but aggressive style, Ron Paul has become a media mogul of sorts. The former Texas lawmaker and Libertarian presidential hopeful already has drawn the help of one Hollywood celebrity in his zeal to launch the Ron Paul Channel, a high-definition news network available online by subscription.
Gosnell trial said that as a result of the trial they now lean more toward pro-life views than pro-choice views.
"In an ideal world, we'd have no need for abortion," he said. "But bringing a child into the world when it cannot be provided for, that there are not sufficient systems to support, is a greater sin. I considered myself to be in a war against poverty, and I feel comfortable with the things I did and the decisions I made."