Entries for January, 2008

Breaking News: Chinese maker of RU-486 involved in tainted drug scandal

The

New poll/old poll

My new poll question is up, and it’s a toughie: Have you lost a child to abortion? Do you personally know someone who has? You are allowed up to 3 answers. Make comments about either the old poll question or new one on this post, not the Vizu website. Who knew my poll question posted […]

Reagan and O’Connor

Anderson Cooper divulged some interesting information while asking an interesting question during the

The color of abortion

Here’s an example how the psychological make-up of at least 1 pro-lifer and pro-abort is polar opposite. Amanda Marcotte, in a post entitled, my post about her yesterday, thought I drew attention to the fact she wears red to infer she walks on the slutty side: Anti-choice nut Jill Stanek is making hay over the […]

National Right to Life: No more endorsements

In the wake of the political demise of National Right to Life’s first endorsed presidential candidate, Fred Thompson, it issued a LifeNews.com]

NOW NYS prez “fights like a girl”

Ouch. Marcia Pappas, president of New York State NOW, is getting skewered by her own side for skewering Ted Kennedy because he endorsed Barack Obama, which I Politico blog. Seems that their view of modern feminists, at least this one, is the same as mine. This is really pathetic. The pro-choice community has been angered […]

Amanda preaches on the Holocaust

Well, this is a red letter day. Amanda Marcotte gets mentioned here twice. I see she also likes to wear red. Appropriate. And there’s more symmetry. This is also the same day her former boss, John Edwards, will terminate himself from the presidental race, much as he terminated Amanda for being too liberal. Which right […]

Presidential race developments

According to news sources, Rudy Giuliani and John Edwards are both planning to drop out of the presidential race today. According to my ongoing poll, you expected this of Giuliani but thought Gravel on the Democrat side would quit before Edwards. Color me surprised by the turn of two events following yesterday’s Florida primary. For […]

New Stanek WND column, “Abortion leaders concede?”

Abortion matriarchs Kate Michelman and Frances Kissling ceded quite a few points to pro-lifers in a WorldNetDaily.com.

Tiller’s late-term abortions on parade

Kansas law only allows abortions after 22 weeks if two physicians who are not legally or financially affiliated agree “a continuation of the patient’s pregnancy would cause a substantial and irreversible impairment of a major bodily function.” That’s it. If you haven’t been following the story, a grand jury investigating George Tiller’s late-term abortions has […]

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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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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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