Pro-life video of the day: Online abortion class

by Hans Johnson

The overwhelmingly pro-choice media has been trumpeting what has been called “the first internet abortion class” now being offered by the University of California, San Francisco.  While health professionals can earn credits for their continuing education, Professor Jody Steinauer (seen here introducing the course)  says:

I think that if we can inspire even a small portion of the people who take the course to take steps in their communities to increase access to safe abortion and decrease stigma about abortion, then we have been totally successful.

Fox News Channel correspondent Adam Housely is several weeks into the course, as he told Bill O’Reilly, who said because the university is taxpayer-funded, this is “in your face to all Californians who believe that abortion may be morally wrong.”

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College students begin to embrace idea of killing born children

what-makes-us-humanby Kelli

Kristina Garza, spokeswoman for Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, a pro-life organization that often sets up anti-abortion displays on campuses along the West Coast, said her group also frequently encounters college students who accept infanticide.

“For those who are firmly for abortion, because they understand it kills a human being, it’s very easy for them to accept killing a human being after birth,” Garza said. “There is this notion that is common on campus, that it’s OK to kill babies because somehow we don’t become human until we are self aware.”

“A common number that is going around is 4 years old,” she adds.

As for the trend, Garza said there’s an explanation for it. For one, the arguments put forth by Peter Singer and other philosophers who support infanticide are given as reading assignments to college students.

Singer wrote in 1979 that “human babies are not born self-aware, or capable of grasping that they exist over time. They are not persons … [therefore] the life of a newborn is of less value than the life of a pig, a dog, or a chimpanzee.”

~ Mairead McArdle, The College Fix, October 29

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Pro-life vid of day: Stand for religious freedom


by Hans Johnson

The Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) was passed by the city council in June, which would allow men and women to use any gender of public restroom with which they most identify. (Men could use women’s restrooms and vice versa.) It sparked a petition by opponents, who gathered over 50,000 signatures to force a referendum  – three times what was required.  But the petition was rejected, citing “irregularities”.

After a lawsuit was filed in August, the city targeted five area pastors (who were NOT involved in the suit) and demanded “all speeches, presentations, or sermons related to HERO, the Petition, Mayor Annise Parker, homosexuality, or gender identity prepared by, delivered by, revised by, or approved by you or in your possession.”

Said Christiana Holcomb, an attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is representing the pastors:

The city’s subpoena of sermons and other pastoral communications is both needless and unprecedented.The city council and its attorneys are engaging in an inquisition designed to stifle any critique of its actions. Political and social commentary is not a crime; it is protected by the First Amendment.

This Sunday, November 2, Family Research Council is hosting I Stand Sunday at Grace Community Church in Houston, to be broadcast over the internet.  Among the speakers will be the five pastors, former Governor Mike Huckabee, and Fox News’ Todd Starnes, whose reporting brought much attention to the case.

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Jon Stewart: Planned Parenthood could do “a food truck thing”

Stewart and Davisby Carder

Can Austin do sort of a Planned Parenthood food truck thing, where everybody… get a taco and a Pap smear? I don’t know how they can do it, but they can do something!

~ Comedian Jon Stewart of The Daily Show, joking with Abortion Barbie Democratic candidate for governor of Texas, Wendy Davis, via The Houston Chronicle, October 27

Pro-life blog buzz 10-28-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • At ProLife365, Kevin Kukla responds to those who complain pro-lifers are “single issue voters,” as if that’s somehow a bad thing when it comes to the most basic human right. He points to an illustration from Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life:

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Pro-life vid of day: Planned Parenthood’s 3% abortion myth

by Hans Johnson

Probably the most common tactic in argument is the attempt to deflect attention here, there, and everywhere – anywhere but the topic at hand.  The pro-choice supporter hides behind talk of “women’s issues” and “women’s health” in an attempt to throw a cold blanket over the burning issue of abortion.

Nowhere is there a better example of this than in Planned Parenthood’s claim that only a tiny part of their “services” have to do with abortion. As Students for Life shows in this video, PP is engaging in serious deception and has turned the saying about not being able to “see the forest for the trees” on its head.

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Mother wins right to kill non-terminally ill, disabled daughter

nancyfitzmauriceby Kelli

We were constantly in and out of hospital. She never developed more than a six-month-old child.

Simple things like birds singing and hearing children play would put the most beautiful smile on her face. She loved Michael Buble and when I slurped my tea she would give out a hearty chuckle. I gave her the best quality of life she could possibly have….

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Pro-life vid: ND Measure 1 ad notes need for informed consent

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Our own former lead moderator at, Carla Stream, ministers regularly to those with post-abortion regret. In today’s video, which is an ad in favor of North Dakota’s Measure 1, she discusses how informed consent laws like those in ND could have saved her baby from abortion and spared her a lifetime of regret.

ND’s Measure 1 seeks to keep in place common-sense pro-life laws passed in the state, where even physicians have voiced their support for the measure. Says

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Mom of child with Down syndrome to Disney: Feature disabled characters

Disney petitionby Carder

Disney does a great job of depicting right from wrong. It has long providing wonderful moral lessons that teach our children to be good people — but sadly, the company comes up short in one critical area. Its movies have almost no representation of disabled people, those often bullied and looked down upon by their fellow children.

What wonderful lessons of diversity, compassion, and acceptance Disney could teach our kids if they promoted disabled characters as heroes and heroines in their beloved movies!

~ Part of a petition posted by Keston Ott-dahl advocating that Walt Disney films feature heroes and heroines with disabilities, Huffington Post, October 21

Keston Ott-dahl is the mother of a child with Down syndrome.


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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by Carder

Premiere Party For TV One's "Hollywood Divas" - ArrivalsI had an unwanted pregnancy. I had just started my TV show, I knew that in black Hollywood a girl having a baby, they’d get rid of you. I had to do something about it. I had to make a decision to get rid of a child for my career…

I knew from the jump if I let any of them know what was going on, they would have cancelled my show.

~ Actress Countess Vaughn confessing to her therapist the abortion she had at the age of 18, US Magazine, October 29

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