Entries for November, 2007

Journey into the Internet arms of Anderson Cooper

Thanks to bloggers, CNN was quickly exposed as leaning its

Dallas saves himself

This is truly an amazing story, of little Dallas Hextell. Doctors used Dallas’ own cord blood stem cells to treat his Cerebral Palsy with miraculous results. Click on image to link to video of news story:

Abortion vanishes from silver screen

Great story in the entertainment section of the Knocked Up to Juno [scene pictured left], opening Dec. 14, abortion is The Great Unmentionable, euphemized as “we don’t perform, uh, — ” (Waitress), and “nipped it in the bud” (Juno) in comedies in which pregnancy is the situation. Abortion is likewise obliquely referenced, if actually considered, […]

Smoothie operator

This guy faces life in prison for slipping his girlfriend RU-486 in a smoothie and causing her to abort (not “miscarry”) twice, when if she had wanted to take the pill to abort she would have been federally protected. He also gave her the drug, which is not to be prescribed after 49 days, at […]

New protocol for pregnant moms with breast cancer: don’t abort

Iowa Right to Life: neutral on pro-life prez pick

I was on Iowa Right to Life to encourage it to reject National Right to Life’s endorsement of Fred Thompson and instead endorse Huckabee. I found that tidbit interesting and called IRTL this afternoon to find out if it was making the switch. I spoke with Kim Lehman, IRTL president. She said after they started […]

Tribute to Henry Hyde

I was sorry to hear of Congressman Henry Hyde’s passing today. I met him a few times. He was an eloquent, ardent and invaluable defender of life. His short political bio, from

The Maker’s Diet

The jury’s out whether I’m suffering from carbohydrate withdrawal or a touch of the flu, but I think it’s the former. I started on The Maker’s Diet yesterday, and the author warned I might feel a little nauseous or headachy for a few days. So, sorry, I’ve been out of it today. The premise of […]

No spanks

AB Laura sent me a great point worth discussing, made by Glenn Beck: Massachusetts is considering a possible ban on spanking where parents wouldn’t be allowed to spank children under 18. Yup, the people’s republic of Massachusetts is ok with abortion, but don’t spank your kid, that would be just wrong. You’ve likely heard by […]

Abortion or murder? Mom decides

I’m glad for the decision, but this just goes to show what a mockery Roe v. Wade has made of U.S. murder law. From

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Kristan_Hawkins_Executive_Director_of_Students_for_Life_of_America_CNA_US_Catholic_News_3_13_12by Kelli

Where are the women’s rights groups, like Planned Parenthood, that supposedly should be outraged that women have to go to subpar abortion facilities for care? Abortion advocates claim to want abortion to be “safe, legal and rare.” If they want it to be safe, why would they oppose a common sense regulation that seeks to protect women from dangerous doctors like Kermit Gosnell?…

The Kermit Gosnell trial was a grim reminder of what happens when political correctness trumps common sense health safety standards for women. There is no right to an unsafe abortion and for abortion advocates to promote a lower standard of care for women just to ensure the sacred cow of abortion remains intact, is morally indefensible.

The fight in Texas is not over yet and there are still many more hurdles to overcome to ensure that the abortion industry adheres to the same standards as any other outpatient facility, but, in the meantime, supposed women’s rights groups and abortion advocates should not get a free pass to cheer the Supreme Court ruling while calling common sense regulations “burdensome” for abortion facilities all in the name of “access.”

~ Students for Life of America president Kristan Hawkins (pictured), The Blaze, October 20

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