Daily Scripture Reading and Meditation: Which Will Love Him More?September 16, 2021
Mary and the Protestants, by Casey ChalkSeptember 16, 2021
The latest in a torrent of abuse the pro-life organization has endured for its support of the Lone Star State’s new abortion ban.
By Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews, Sep 15, 2021
(LifeSiteNews) — Planned Parenthood published the home address of a Texas Right to Life (TRTL) employee as part of a recent lawsuit over the state’s novel abortion ban, leading the pro-life worker to be “bombarded with threats” from pro-abortion zealots.
A previous copy of the abortion giant’s lawsuit against TRTL over the recently-enacted Texas Heartbeat Act, linked in a September 2 Planned Parenthood press release, contained the home address of one of the pro-life group’s staffers, National Review reports.
The original link “was eventually taken down sometime after September 9, after the pro-life group’s attorneys raised the issue in court,” National Review reports, but the personal information remained accessible long enough to enable a “slew of physical and verbal threats from abortion advocates, some of whom explicitly told the staffer ‘we know where you live.’” …