Paula Westwood articles

All Is Not Quiet on the Women’s Front

All Is Not Quiet on the Women’s Front

All Lies Lead to the Truth —”Redux,” The X-Files [1] It doesn’t take much to court the selfish side of any person, we fallen creatures love ourselves so. But beginning with the feminist movement, the foundation was laid in our country to propose a so-called War on Women, and subject women in the process without many

The Bryan Williams Radio Hour, 2-2-14

  Featured Contributor Paula Westwood, Executive Director of Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati, joins Representative Matt Lynch on The Bryan Williams Radio Hour to discuss her recent statement for OCR regarding a Hamilton County court’s decision to halt the closing of a partial-birth abortion center in Sharonville, Ohio. Read her statement and case-related documents, listen, and tell

Cincinnati Partial-Birth Abortion Mill Granted Legal ‘Stay’

[UPDATE: Paula Westwood discussed the following statement on the Bryan Williams Radio Hour 24 hours after its posting on OCR.  Listen here.] The Women’s Med Center (aka Lebanon Road Surgery Center) in Sharonville, Ohio has been operating for months outside the law without the required transfer agreement or variance to cover patient emergencies. This facility

Dabbling in the Grotesque: Human Cloning & Animal-Human Hybrids

“Man,” I cried, “how ignorant art thou in thy pride of wisdom!” —Mary Shelley, Frankenstein [Editor’s note: Information included in this article was presented as proponent testimony for H.B. 308 before the Ohio House Health & Aging Committee, November 13, 2013.] No longer the stuff of science fiction, cloning humans and creating animal human hybrids

The Bryan Williams Radio Hour 11-24-2013

Featured Columnists Tony Rubio and Paula Westwood join Bryan Williams to discuss their latest articles on school vouchers and human cloning, respectively. See: Tony Rubio– Ohio’s Education Vouchers, Part 1: Why They Exist and Whether They Should AND Ohio’s Education Vouchers, Part II: State by State – Is There a Better Way? Paula Westwood— “Dabbling

Yes, Virginia, The Federal Health Law Does Cover Abortion

I can’t say I was ever lost, but I was bewildered once for three days. —Daniel Boone Before President Obama’s so-called Affordable Care Act was even signed, concerns surfaced over whether abortion funding was included. The President’s administration and supporters pooh-poohed claims that it would be, and due to the bill’s immense size and complexities,

Abortion Activists Condemn Patient-Protective Legislation

Life is anything that dies when you stomp on it. —Dave Barry We expect patient safety and full medical information with surgical procedures. Yet abortion activists are fomenting hysteria about provisions in the Ohio budget that increase such protections for women and their unborn children. The majority of Americans do not want their tax funding

Ohio Protects Late-Term Abortionist

UPDATE 7/2/2013 at 3:08 p.m.: The second footnote was modified to indicate that Governor Kasich has since signed the budget bill with pro-life provisions intact. — OCR Editors UPDATE 6/28/13 at 4:38 p.m.: A footnote was added to the last sentence about abortion-related provisions in the budget bill being sent to the Governor at the

Ohio Medicaid Expansion Tied to Anti-Life Policies

Truth is like the sun. You can shut it out for a time, but it ain’t goin’ away. (Elvis Presley) If we can say anything good about President Obama’s health law it is that it has forced us as citizens to delve into the intricate details of where our tax monies are being spent under an