Entries for September, 2009

Good news, bad news from Senate Finance Committee on healthcare

First the good news. From the

Quote of the Day 9-30-09

My baby is moving like crazy! ~ Kourtney Kardashian We’re home every night looking at baby books and baby magazines. I just want to stay home with her, enjoy her company, look at her stomach and be with her. ~..her beau Scott Disisck As quoted by Us Weekly. Sept 29.

Lunch Break: Don’t step on it!

To give us a break from the daily grind… More photos on page 2…

New Stanek WND column, “Personhood initiatives proliferate”

On Monday, a star-studded pro-life line-up – Lila Rose, Judie Brown, Pastor Walter Hoye, and Bella movie producers Jason Jones and Leo Severino – announced the launch of the CA Human Rights Campaign. This will be an effort to add the Human Rights Amendment as a CA ballot initiative in 2010. If passed, the amendment […]

Kate + 8 – Jon; Jon delays divorce

I agree with Pop Eater: It’s a busy day in Gosselin-ville. Jon Gosselin is trying to slow down – if not halt altogether – his divorce from Kate Gosselin, telling In Touch Weekly exclusively: “I regret my conduct since Kate and I separated…. I used poor judgment in publicly socializing with other women so soon.” […]

Judie Brown rebuts Clarke Forsythe on personhood initiatives

I recent column by Americans United for Life’s Clarke Forsythe. Clarke made the case that they wouldn’t. Now American Life League’s Judie Brown has rebutted Clarke in

Quote of the Day 9-29-09

I don’t need to walk by on my way to class and see mutilated bodies. It’s ridiculous. Bobby McConnell, Student at Penn State U. yelled at volunteers from the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform (CBR) and Students for Life, who displayed pictures of aborted unborn children at the campus. As quoted by The Collegian

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-29-09

by New York Times has an article on Bart Stupak’s efforts to get abortion out of health care reform: After months of pushing the issue, Mr. Stupak said in an interview, Mr. Obama finally called him 10 days ago. “He said: ‘Look, try to get this thing worked out among the Democrats. We want you […]


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