The department says Gentilly Medical Clinic for Women has been operating without a nurse on staff, and without either a state license for controlled dangerous substances or federal registration for such drugs.
All three are required under state license standards for abortion clinics.
The clinic is run by Dr. Ifeanyi Charles Anthony Okpalobi (ok-PAH-luh-bee), who has had an abortion clinic in Metairie or New Orleans at least since the mid-1990s.
he Washington Post printed a letter from Michael F. Johnson responding to the obituary of Dr. Henry David, who did abortion related research.
Here is the logical problem: Say 70 percent of the 220 children grew up poorly educated, got divorced, were jailed or used drugs. How does that justify aborting the 30 percent who grew up healthy, happy and productive?
It is obvious from their misuse of this statistic that abortion advocates did not care whether they were advocating killing "potential" kids who would grow up healthy or whose only crime would be being high school drop-outs or divorced. Eugenics, anyone? If we kill all 220, then we are sure to get fewer jailbirds and addicts. The rest are merely "collateral damage."
The Times Record News has a heartfelt story about Terri Otto, a prolife advocate who was recently killed by a truck while jogging.
When Colonial Baptist Pastor Terry Chapman preached against abortion Sunday, he did it at Terri Otto’s urging, even though Otto was not there to hear it.
Three days before Christmas, the 37-year-old mother of three had reminded Chapman in a Facebook message that Roe v. Wade had forever changed America’s morals but that God’s truth about the sanctity of life was rarely proclaimed from the pulpit.