Entries for January, 2009

Congratulations Life Prizes Award Winner Jill Stanek!

For your dedication and efforts in the defense of life. From the moderators, proofreaders and regulars at JillStanek.com.

Stanek: 1 month vacation announcement

UPDATE, 1/17, 8:30a: I’ve posted my

BornAliveTruth.org hosts world premiere of “22Weeks”!

New poll/Old poll

Bill O’Reilly asked a great poll question this week, and I thought I’d ask it here: Are you rooting for Barack Obama to succeed? Congratulations to Sarah Palin for polling as the 2008 Pro-lifer of the Year in last week’s poll, and congrats as well to 2nd place winner, David Bereit! Here was the vote […]

New poll/Old poll

The new poll question is up: Who do you think should be named the 2008 Pro-Lifer of the Year? Thanks for reader suggestions for nominees. Here were responses to the previous poll question…

Sunday funnies

No political cartoons on our issue this week. This one by Chuck Asay…

Long weekend question

Two questions: What stands out in your mind as the biggest pro-life story of 2008? Who would you nominate as Pro-Lifer of the Year for 2008? I’ll run a poll after getting suggestions. [Graphic courtesy of

  
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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.

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Quotation-Timothy-S-Goeglein-culture-politics-Meetville-Quotes-216001I think as we descend into more cultural and societal chaos on the road to the last day, it will be more and more important for those of us in politics to decide which comes first, faith or politics. They can be balanced. I try, sometimes fail, but keep trying. A growing number of people on the right are no longer trying to balance. They are either going completely out of the public square, or all in without Christ in their heart or on their tongue thinking they can just visit him on Sunday.

We should find balance. We may fail, but we should keep trying. We should not recede from the public square and a growing number of conservatives are showing more willingness to drive from the public square those who urge greater measures of Christian grace and charity than they prefer.

On the last day there will be a narrow gate. That makes me pessimistic about my future in politics and the future voices on the right when cultural and social issues come to the forefront. But for those here and elsewhere, though I may fall short because I’m a sinner, I’m with Jesus first and all the rest comes after.

~ Erick Erickson, Red State, August 21

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