Entries for April, 2007

Pro-life dissension on PBA ban

Pro-abort hardliners aren’t all who oppose the Partial Birth Abortion Ban. Some pro-life hardliners do as well. From

Connecting the violent dots

From

Abortion and hogs

On this day of worship and rest, here are

Conversion stories I: prettyinpink

I’m launching a new feature called “Conversion stories.” There have been a couple on this blog in the last month – abortion proponents who came here to duel and over time converted to the pro-life position. I applaud these people for giving honest thought to pro-life apologetics, confronting their own ideology with it, and then […]

March of Dimes II

I extended my April 26 March of Dimes column, which was published today. MOD’s first 2007 WalkAmerica fundraiser is tomorow. Pro-lifers need to know that money they donate to MOD may go to support the culture of death. In addition to the information I blogged yesterday is this and more, in today’s column: MOD claims, […]

Will pro-lifers resurrect free speech McCain-Feingold killed?

Yesterday the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Wisconsin Right to Life v. Federal Elections Commission, which challenges the abysmal McCain-Feingold campaign finance law. A large coalition of groups, including the ACLU and AFL-CIO, filed briefs supporting WIRTL. The legislature passed McCain-Feingold in 2002 to kill free speech before elections. It bars corporations and labor […]

The March of Dimes marches for death

This Saturday, April 28, the March of Dimes will launch its 2007 list of risks and note one strangely missing. MOD trips over its own feigned ignorance. Its site reads: Prematurity has been escalating steadily and alarmingly over the past two decades. One out of eight babies is born prematurely in the United States…. Despite […]

Will work for brain food

[Hat tip: Fran at

The dinner party test

My favorite pro-abort, Jeff V., sent me this Independent [London] has published an amazing report indicating that Britain faces a “crisis” in the availability of abortion. It seems that “an unprecedented number of doctors are refusing to be involved in carrying out the procedure.” As the paper reports, “The exodus of doctors prepared to perform […]

Vatican: abortion = terrorism

From

facebooktwittergoogle_plusrssyoutubeinstagrammail

Who Is Jill Stanek?

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.

Read Jill's full bio »
What the Media says »

by Kelli

women-dont-regret-abortion

Notice that both abortion stories share this same, perverse theme: abortion is a way to “save” my child. Also notice that both women were using birth control and still wound up pregnant. I mention that as an aside, but it’s worth considering in its own right….

The first woman admits that she ended her child’s life — because she couldn’t give her child “everything,” because she couldn’t give her child “a wonderful life,” and because she didn’t want to follow the lead of her own “bad parents.” The second woman maintains that she saved her child by paying to have him or her killed — after determining that is what God wanted her to do. Both women maintain that they are guilt-free, though the first woman says she is heartbroken and the second says she cries because she wishes her child was still with her.

The term “self-fulfilling prophecy” comes to mind. For fear that they will be bad parents, these women killed their children — which is the ultimate expression of bad parenting. Everything else pales by comparison….

I do not fear the impact that “positive” abortion stories will have. Even the positive stories are laced with tragedy, and the more abortion is talked about in the public square, the more apparent it will become that abortion is one of vilest perversions of justice the world has ever known.

~ Michael Spielman, discussing two of the “I don’t regret my abortion” stories he recently received, Abort73.com, December 16

[Photo via sherights.com]

Leave a Comment
Stanek Top 20