Entries for August, 2009

Jivin J’s Life Links 8-28-09

by National Catholic Register thinking about how today’s American political scene might have been different had Senator Ted Kennedy held onto his pro-life beliefs: Kennedy’s family legacy, his impregnable position in MA (he won more than 60% of the vote the year after Chappaquiddick) and his national prominence rendered him immune from the pressures other […]

Lunch Break: Famous failures

To give us a break from the daily grind… Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions!

Get ready to rumble: Carhart’s mill is da place to be this weekend

Earlier this week the Feminist Majority Foundation sent out an email alert (click to enlarge)… I’d say if FMF donates money to elevate the look of Carhart’s mill from slum dwelling to low-rent shack it will be well invested….

Workers detail complaints against late-term abortionist Carhart to newspaper

The confirmed to Operation Rescue (1 of the groups spearheading the complaints) that it had forwarded it to the NE Dept. of Health and Human Services, “which would be the appropriate regulatory agency,” wrote OWH. Turns out there was a little more to things. According to

Watch the Blood Money trailer

I normally like to preview pro-life movies before publicizing them, but the director of 22 Weeks, at 2:30. She was interviewed for Blood Money….

Say it ain’t so, a liberal heckler?!

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Lunch Break: Animal funnies

To give us a break from the daily grind…

Wallis: Abortion “not yet” out of healthcare bills

Liberal Christian Obama supporter Jim Wallis debated FRC’s Tony Perkins on CNN’s Lou Dobbs show August 25. In that segment Wallis admitted…

WSJ: “Abortion is new front in health battle”

Love the title….

Randall Terry stabs dolls and grandma before, then disrupts, Howard Dean town hall meeting

Former Democrat presidential candidate, party chair, and as previously promised. This clip is a tad long at 7:12, but the entire thing is raucous and interesting. For those wanting to fast forward, Terry is first seen at 2:05. Moran mentions Terry from the mic twice, at 3:22 and 4:03….

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by Kelli

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The other reason the GOP’s presidential nominee should go on the offense on abortion is that the Democratic Party’s abortion platform is extreme — and its likely presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, is no exception. Democratic presidential candidates typically support abortion measures that a majority of Americans find extremely distasteful, like late-term abortions, federal abortion subsidies, abolishing parental notifications, and so on.

Now, of course, the media will never let voters know this. But this is all the more reason to turn the tables on them. That’s what ads are for. That’s what debate stages are for.

The next GOP presidential nominee should therefore adopt the following strategy. First, he or she should give a speech that, while emphasizing his or her strong pro-life views, acknowledges the profound division of Americans on the issue and commits to only supporting abortion restrictions that are supported by a majority of the public.

Then, he or she should attack Hillary Clinton for her extreme positions on abortion. Phrases like “in the pocket of the multibillion dollar Planned Parenthood abortion business” should be used as a matter of course. The key is to refuse to back down or prevaricate during the ensuing media firestorm: the GOP candidate is the moderate candidate on abortion, but Hillary Clinton has extreme positions on abortion, and the American people have a right to know it.

~ Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry, The Week, April 27

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