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Warren Buffett: The Billion-Dollar King of Abortion

‘Oracle of Omaha’ gave $1.2 billion to support pro-abortion groups. 
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Networks Skip Audio of IRS Official Lecturing Pro-Life Group: Don't 'Force Your Beliefs' on People

A pro-life legal group on Monday released audio footage of an Internal Revenue Service agent telling them, "You cannot force your religion or force your beliefs on someone else." Yet, ABC, NBC and ...
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Still Only 12–15 Reporters at Gosnell Trial

When it comes to the trial of abortionist doctor Kermit Gosnell, the media play a “now you see me, now you don't” game.
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Dance of Death: Sundance Worships Abortionist Involved In Botched Abortion

Sundance glorified adultery, porn, and sex with minors during the 2013 Sundance Festival, but now another topic received excruciating recognition: death.
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Virtual Reality! Networks Cover Manti Te’o 521 Times More than March for Life

ABC, CBS, NBC devote nearly two-and-a-half hours to fictional girlfriend; just 17 seconds to event 500,000 attend.
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Comic Book ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Decides to Slay Her Child

The entertainment industry has begun to exhibit an increasingly pro-abortion agenda. A Feb. 8 USA Today article examined the latest example of a member of the entertainment industry promoting ...

NBC Still Ignoring Planned Parenthood Sting, Despite House Vote to Defund

Network won't say why house GOP votes to defund pro-abortion organization

CBS Hypes: 'Doctors Who Perform Abortions Fear for Their Lives'

On Tuesday's CBS Evening News, anchor Katie Couric warned of violence against abortion doctors, based flyers being circulated by a pro-life group: "Their pictures are showing up on posters. Now ...

'Rachel Maddow Show': Stupak Abortion Stance '15 Minutes of Fame'

MSNBC guest host denigrates Democratic Michigan congressman's principled stand on health care reform.

Washington Post Profiles Abortion Doctor Helping 'Meet Need' in South Dakota

Abortion provider Carol Ball shares her difficulties, criticizes pro-life protesters, declares 'We're right and they're wrong.'
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