Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby intern Bernadette P.
Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs…

  • ParentingFreedom has a post regarding Bristol Palin‘s Good Morning America interview on May 6, the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy….


    Palin said telling her parents of her pregnancy was “harder than labor.” Both her mother and her father were “shocked and disappointed,” but there was no question whether or not to keep the baby: “It was the best choice…. It was the right choice.”
    When asked about preventing teen pregnancy, she said though it is “hard,” abstinence is the only sure way. She also claimed her abstinence quote from previous interviews (about it being “unrealistic”) was taken out of context.
    She is currently serving as a teen ambassador for the Candie’s Foundation.

  • The LTI blog reports that a stem cell advocate is suggesting using aborted babies in lieu of organs. Oxford scholar Richard Gardner and his team urge:
    …the use of aborted children in organ transplants as a solution to the shortage of available organs. Gardner has called for a feasibility study on the possibility of obtaining organs from the bodies of aborted babies.

    More organs are needed than are currently available, and Gardner believes he has found the perfectly realistic solution to the organ shortage, avoiding all the “red tape” in the organ donation debate.

  • Forest Nymph blogs about an Anchorage Daily News report that AK Lt. Gov. Loren Leman has introduced a measure requiring the notification of at least 1 parent before a minor girl can obtain an abortion.
    Gov. Sarah Palin says she fully supports the measure and had originally planned to introduce it herself but decided against doing so after checking with state lawyers.
    The goal is to gather nearly 33k signatures to ensure the measure will be seen on the statewide ballot in August 2010.