Entries for March, 2010

Lunch Break: Everything to me

To give us a break from the daily grind… In 2007 award-winning Christian singer/songwriter Mark Schultz wrote a powerful, life-affirming song entitled, “Everything to me“… … and the song has an incredible story behind it – Mark’s own story. He wrote “Everything to me” as a thank you to his own birth mother….

Pro-abort pressure fails: Lilith Fair keeps pregnancy care centers on list of charities

First, what is the Facebook page…

Quote of the Day 3-31-10

Calling ourselves an Abortion gang means that we are committed to destigmatizing not only abortion care work but also reproductive justice activism. We are dedicated to showing that young men and women care about our bodies, health, and rights. We won’t take anti-choice bull**** no matter how many different ways they spew it. ..I hope […]

(Prolifer)ations 3-30-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Kevin McCullough points out some of the lesser known parts of the infamous health care law, like the fact that

Rape video game features abortion

WARNING: Disturbing and graphic

VIDEO: Off-duty policeman assaults pro-life activist at a church

UPDATE, 3/30, 6:55p: The Ventura County Star has posted an article about the incident, along with Todd Bullis’s video. The piece states hoser police officer Jon Hixson faces a “misdemeanor battery charge.”… UPDATE, 3/30, 3:53p: Ventura Police Dept. Internal Affairs notified Todd Bullis that Officer Jon Hixson has been suspended pending the outcome of the […]

The graphic photo that silenced a pro-abort

I I posted several political cartoons that spotlighted Barack Obama’s opposition to the Born Alive Infants Protection Act as state senator, including this one (click to enlarge)…. Note for future reference I never wrote “LOL” about the photo, nor did any commenters as far as I can tell. Ok, so I got this email out […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-30-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, NY Daily News, a man became enraged when his wife refused to have an abortion. He apparently attempted to kill both his wife and her sister in front of a room full of children. In Louisville, a high school custodian

Lunch Break: Laura Ingraham vs. Matt Lauer

To give us a break from the daily grind, the following interview was conducted March 29… Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions. [HT:

Quote of the Day 3-30-10

The 11 House Democrats led by Rep. Bart Stupak who dropped their opposition to health care reform legislation mere hours before the final vote have requested $3.4 billion in earmarks….   … Since the health care reform push hit its final stretch, numerous sweeteners for lawmakers’ districts and states have been found inside the package…. […]

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by Kelli

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… [W]hen Christians take offense at the suggestion that deeply held religious beliefs must change so that women can access abortion, they may be failing to appreciate the tenuous nature of their pro-life hegemony. Not only is [Hillary] Clinton’s suggestion not absurd, recent history tells us it’s completely plausible….

Ten years ago, the same-sex marriage debate was a non-starter issue among Christians. Today we have Christians openly supporting gay marriage, and some even arguing homosexuality isn’t a sin. Again, this is significant, and this didn’t happen in a vacuum. As the culture continues to move to the Left, certain numbers of evangelicals will adapt and move Left with it. All that has to happen to syphon off Christians to the pro-abortion cause is more of the same — open hostility for any Christian espousing the stance that life begins at conception and aborting that life is murder….

Hillary Clinton’s suggestion to the Women in the World audience has caused a strong counter-reaction among evangelicals, and there is incredible value in this. It helps reinforce what the deeply religious, pro-life movement believes, and it unites them against a common cause.

My hope is that profoundly religious people will recognize what candidate Clinton’s suggestion portends. My fear is that the profoundly religious will acquiesce, because they have done so before.

~ A.D.P. Efferson (pictured), The Federalist, May 4

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