Planned Parenthood on Thursday filed a federal lawsuit against the people behind the ongoing, widely discredited video smear campaign that they say has “created a poisonous environment that fuels political attacks on access to reproductive health care and feeds threats against our health centers.
The war on Planned Parenthood is in full swing in Texas. Amid an ongoing battle about Planned Parenthood’s participation in the State Medicaid program – Texas officials cut funding to Planned Parenthood…
I recently organized a roundtable discussion with a rumor expert, a cognitive deception researcher and skeptical investigators about their never-ending work to expose the truth at Hopes&Fears: The Experts: SUSAN GERBIC: Co-founder of Monterey County…
So here’s the thing, or rather 4 things, about the recent Planned Parenthood uproar. View the full episode: http://youtu.be/l6vrXWgkHTU @ActOutOnOccupy facebook.com/ActOutOnOccupy occupy.com/actout
This may seem like a parody, but it’s not: the conservative American Life League uncovers how, in addition to dispensing “mountains of birth control”, Planned Parenthood is plotting to program a generation of children into sex addicts by spreading filthy lies such as “masturbation is normal” and “women menstruate”:
Reports the AP via the Washington Post : Undaunted by ridicule from the leader of his own party, an Indiana lawmaker is standing by his allegations that the Girl Scouts is a…
Stephen Colbert, Inspired by Senator Jon Kyl’s Big Planned Parenthood Lie, Introduces Twitter’s #NotIntendedToBeAFactualStatement
Remember in Friday’s “Rewrite” when we showed you the big lie Sen. Jon Kyl told on the Senate floor about Planned Parenthood? The lie that “well over 90%” of Planned Parenthood’s services go to abortions?
The lie that Sen. Kyl’s staff later said “was not intended to be a factual statement” — a remark Lawrence [O’Donnell] called “one of the strangest clarifications in Senate history?” Well, we weren’t the only ones who took notice. So did Stephen Colbert.