Entries for December, 2009

Stanek’s 10 most commented posts in 2009

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Lunch Break: From service dog to “surf-ace” dog

To give us a break from the daily grind… Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions. [hat tip: Susan A.]

Stanek’s 10 most read blog posts in 2009

UPDATE, 10:15a: To clarify, these were the most read posts in 2009, not necessarily from 2009 – one of the surprises. 6:44a: I’ve never done a year-end post ranking. While many of the most popular posts weren’t surprising, some were. One was downright weird. Thanks to moderator Chris for scouring for Google Analytics for stats. […]

Rush Limbaugh hospitalized with chest pain

UPDATE, 1/2/10, 10:18a: Good, Associated Press, today…

(Prolifer)ations 12-30-09

by Kelli Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs… Parenting Freedom reports the

Jivin J’s Life Links 12-30-09

by Colorado Spring Independent is reporting that Focus on the Family may be planning to have a pro-life ad during the Super Bowl. The ad would supposedly feature Pam Tebow, the mother of Florida Gators’ quarterback and former Heisman winner Tim Tebow: The Focus ad supposedly features the story of University of Florida quarterback Tim […]

Lunch Break: Palin, Shatner mock each other on tonight show

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

Vote! Personhood USA vies to win NARAL’s Hall of Shame Award

I know the feeling. Winning Keith Olbermann’s “Worst Person in the World” award earlier this year was one of the coolest things that has ever happened to me in my capacity as pro-life activist. So when earlier this week Personhood USA was proud to make NARAL’s “Shame” short list. Now the group is go vote […]

Jewish leaders launch anti-abortion campaign; “Our enemies are multiplying”

Next week’s Torah reading will begin the book of Exodus. In conjunction with the treasured story in Efrat estimates 50k Israeli children are killed by abortion annually, 30k of which are illegal. The rabbis say this plays into the enemy’s hands, according to the

Quote of the Day 12-30-09

When the president publically states that he is ‘pro choice’ he is in essence ‘pro death’ condoning, facilitating and giving his blessing for the mass murder of the children of North America. When life itself is disregarded from the onset all politics fall apart…. Again, life is sacred. Abortion cannot be disguised as a choice; […]

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Kristan_Hawkins_Executive_Director_of_Students_for_Life_of_America_CNA_US_Catholic_News_3_13_12by Kelli

Where are the women’s rights groups, like Planned Parenthood, that supposedly should be outraged that women have to go to subpar abortion facilities for care? Abortion advocates claim to want abortion to be “safe, legal and rare.” If they want it to be safe, why would they oppose a common sense regulation that seeks to protect women from dangerous doctors like Kermit Gosnell?…

The Kermit Gosnell trial was a grim reminder of what happens when political correctness trumps common sense health safety standards for women. There is no right to an unsafe abortion and for abortion advocates to promote a lower standard of care for women just to ensure the sacred cow of abortion remains intact, is morally indefensible.

The fight in Texas is not over yet and there are still many more hurdles to overcome to ensure that the abortion industry adheres to the same standards as any other outpatient facility, but, in the meantime, supposed women’s rights groups and abortion advocates should not get a free pass to cheer the Supreme Court ruling while calling common sense regulations “burdensome” for abortion facilities all in the name of “access.”

~ Students for Life of America president Kristan Hawkins (pictured), The Blaze, October 20

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