Entries for December, 2007

Resolutions

Perhaps because I made a resolution last year and stuck to it, I’m high on resolutions. I committed last January, after the Blogs4Life conference, to focusing on my blog, which I did, and thanks to all of you, traffic increased by 650%! The blog also received nods from the Chicago Tribune and LA Times this […]

Pro-lifer of the Year poll ends at midnight

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Verse for 2008

My friend Denise gave me a great idea. She emailed her verse for 2008, Proverbs 4:23: Above all else, guard your heart, for it affects everything you do. I had never considered choosing a verse of focus for the year but thought it was a great idea and picked II Peter 1:5-9, which is actually […]

Weekend question

What stands out in your mind as the biggest pro-life story of 2007? [Graphic courtesy of

Pro-life video power

2007 saw pro-lifers really begin to tap into the power of videos and YouTube to present our message. Who can forget the clips by abortiondoc did….

New poll/old poll

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White Weitz Christmas

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Regifting heaven

A Travel Guide to Heaven, for Christmas. Anthony is the executive director of PFL as well as

Woman gets 15 years for 2nd degree murder of her preborn baby

They are calling this an unprecedented legal decision. On December 21, 31-year-old Theresa Lee Hernandez

Pro-lifer of the Year nominations

I will be shortly posting a new poll to vote for the Stanek blog’s Pro-Lifer of the Year. Who would you nominate? President Bush for in June vetoing for the 2nd time a bill to federally fund human embryo experimentation, while issuing an executive order to fund alternative pluripotent stem cell research? Only five months […]

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by Carder

GompertsI know that it’s difficult, because abortion is not accessible to them. But this is not our work. I think this is a problem the U.S. has to solve itself. There are so many resources, so much money available there for abortion rights groups, I think they should be able to work on this. Starting on paper, with changing the laws.

~ Abortion-on-the-sea organization Women on Waves founder Rebecca Gomperts explaining why her Women on Web tele-med abortion practice does not service women in the United States. She focuses on countries where abortion is illegal, New York Times, August 28

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