Entries for February, 2006

The Herald News reverses position on pro-life ads

Regarding the Herald News’ rejection of Right to Life of Will County’s pro-life ads three weeks ago, Steve Vanisko of Joliet’s Herald News copied me on the following email he wrote to ABC yesterday: After re-examining the ads that were submitted by Will County Right To Life, The Herald News has decided that the ads […]

Not too graphic for Fox News

Yesterday CNS News picked up on my blog post about The Herald News refusing to run Right to Life of Will County’s ads featuring ultrasound pictures. The paper stated the ads were “too graphic.” Last night Fox News’ Special Report with Brit Hume picked up the story, and Fox News is still covering the story […]

New WND column: “A Distant Thunder”

“A Distant Thunder” is a compelling new movie that combines supernatural chills with courtroom drama to expose the reality of partial-birth abortion. The film is very good, and it is also very important to the pro-life movement. The plot of “A Distant Thunder” centers on a nurse who has accused an abortionist of killing a […]

CNS News: “IL newspaper rejects sonogram ads as ‘too graphic'”

Link to CNS News story: http://www.cnsnews.com/ViewCulture.asp?Page=\Culture\archive\200602\CUL20060209a.html Link to LifeNews.com story: http://www.lifenews.com/state1399.html Link to censored ads: http://www.jillstanek.com/archives/2006/02/whats_wrong_wit_1.html

Second City’s GOP mourns “black genocide” due to abortion

It is huge news when the Republican organization of the Nation’s Second City, Chicago, issues a press release memorializing African-American children lost to abortion. Imagine the GOP in New York or LA writing such a piece. Entitled “Black Dehumanization,” the release today is one in a monthlong series by the Cook County Republican Party called […]

What’s wrong with this picture?

On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, a local newspaper refused to run any of the three following ads to be paid for by Will County Right to Life in Illinois. The newspaper’s ad department stated they were too “graphic.” Since when are ultrasounds “graphic”? In fact, these ultrasound photos are beautiful. Parents proudly display […]

Outting the IL GA’s uberliberals: This year’s test bill

Last year, there were two test bills that outted the IL General Assembly’s social uberliberals: the gay special rights bill, which attracted them like pheromones, and the Born Alive bill, which repelled them like, well, dead babies. This year’s test bill is HB4156, the ban on taxpayer funded human cloning. I spent yesterday in Springfield […]

Morally challenged cloning research

The headline was buried in the Jan. 21 NewScience article reporting another potential scandal in the cloning world. This one involved claims made in 2003 by researcher Hui-Zhen Sheng of China, who reported he had successfully harvested embryonic stem cells from rabbit-human embryos. Scientists now wary after being duped by fallen clone king Hwang Woo-Suk […]


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