Entries for April, 2009

Obama’s 100 Days press conference: unwanted pregnancies and presidencies

Last night the only question President Abortion took on the issue was a well-crafted one by CNN White House correspondent Ed Henry that combined current events with a call to accountability on a campaign promise and a dig couched with humor: In a couple of weeks, you’re going to be giving the commencement at Notre […]

Inside the late-term Madison Abortion Clinic

UDPATE, 7:35a: Friend Patte S. tells me these clips are from the movie Lake of Fire. Ah, ok. _______________ The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform Southwest posted this rather incredible video April 11. I don’t know how CBRSW got permission to film or got hold of this film, taken inside the Madison Abortion Clinic in WI […]

Notre Dame student 1st confirmed IN case of Swine Flu

I’m not touching the theology on this one (although a liberal is happy to, read on). I’m simply glad to read the student has almost recovered. But pragmatically speaking, this may give both Fr. John Jenkins and President Abortion an out that saves face. Orrr it could make them dig in their heels. Who knows? […]

CBR buzzes Notre Dame

I Center for Bio-Ethical Reform was launching its Truth Tour about Barack Obama at, around, and over the Notre Dame campus. (And unlike Obama, CBR

Planned Parenthood’s “Take care down there” nominated for Webby Award

by intern Heather B. The on this blog in the past….

ALL expands National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day to WEEK

by Kelli American Life League has expanded its National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day to “Yo! Where’s the shirt?” photo contest. Registrants can win pro-life gear, music, and iTunes gift cards. And you say you don’t own a pro-life t-shirt? ALL is selling those shown in the graphic for a mere $6.50 each.

Virtual baby bottle campaign to help maternity home

The online baby bottle campaign to raise money for the homeless and abused pregnant women they support. Randy James, CEO of PSF, states…

New Stanek WND column, “Obama’s 100 days of death”

On Jan. 20, 2009, Barack Obama began his death march as the most anti-life president in U.S. history. Today marks Obama’s 100th day in office. This list substantiates Obama’s personnel and policies to that end. He actually started way before Day 1: Day -75: Names pro-abortion Rahm Emmanuel as chief of staff, who earned a […]


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