Abortion up-to-birth group Planned Parenthood Votes NM chooses baby animal as new mascot

On Thursday, Planned Parenthood Votes New Mexico announced their pick of a new “mascot” to represent their organization, which is a “pup” (a baby dog), named “‘Khaleesi.” 

The choice of a baby animal to represent an organization that kills thousands of children every week is sure to raise eyebrows, but what the fundraising email announcement said will raise even more.…

Luján endorsed by abortion up-to-birth groups that target black and Hispanic women

This week, Rep. Ben Ray Luján (NM-3), was endorsed by abortion up-to-birth groups Planned Parenthood and NARAL

On Monday, abortion up-to-birth fringe group NARAL, which uses militant force to manipulate and force through rabidly pro-abortion legislation, and attempt to smear people, such as Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, to keep pro-abortion majorities on the nation’s highest courts.…

Haaland proposes bill subsidizing criminal aliens’ abortions

On Tuesday, freshman Reps. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), and Deb Haaland (D-NM) reintroduced the “Health Equity and Access under the Law for Immigrant Women and Families Act” or “HEAL Act,” proposing sweeping regulations to “greatly expand immigrants’ eligibility for health insurance coverage and access to care, including sexual and reproductive health services,” meaning abortion access.…

Lujan Grisham praises abortion up-to-birth group for ‘human rights’ work

On Thursday, Michelle Lujan Grisham attended the 50th-anniversary event for NARAL, a radical abortion up-to-birth group, praising their work in “defense of bodily autonomy and human rights, [and] fighting to ensure access to reproductive healthcare.” 

Ironically, Lujan Grisham seems to be under the impression that NARAL’s work to promote abortion is somehow helping protect “human rights” and “bodily autonomy,” even though the babies who are killed through abortion never received their human rights or bodily autonomy. …

Abortion up-to-birth NM Dems call pro-lifers ‘extremists’ after Alabama bill passage

In a desperate attempt to support abortion up-to-birth, New Mexico Democrats have taken to social media to make unwanted, seemingly coordinated proclamations of their “commitment” to keeping abortion legal in America.  

On March 15, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham tweeted a New York Times story about Alabama’s recent abortion ban, writing “Access to abortion is access to health care.…

Abortion Extremists Call Pro-Lifers ‘Political Opportunists,’ Then Eat Their Words

Just weeks after Democrats’ crippling bipartisan defeat of the radical abortion-up-to-birth bill HB-51, paid activists who unsuccessfully attempted to ram the bill through the legislature are angrily lashing out at anyone they can. During a March 23rd public forum in Silver City, Senator Gabriel Ramos, who opposed the extremist legislation, was questioned by an audience member about the bill’s demise.…