Entries for April, 2010

Quote of the Day 4-30-10

Schools don’t tell teens, “We know many of you will drink and drive, so make sure you wear a seat belt!” or “Because studies show that some of you will smoke, we have installed cigarette machines in the cafeteria with safer filtered cigarettes.” No, we tell them to avoid these destructive behaviors for better health […]

(Prolifer)ations 4-30-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, LiveAction reveals the dehumanizing language used by the abortion industry, including abortionist Jim Newhall’s view that “not everybody is meant to be born. I believe, for a baby, life begins when his mother wants him.”…

Huge robo baby at Shanghai World Expo because China “worships children”?

The upcoming World Expo in Shanghai, China, set to open May 1, will be the ‘largest ever,” according to the Expo-Int.com, “Miguelín is a 6.5 meters [~ 20 feet] tall baby, electronically animated. It breaths, blinks and dreams with the cities that we will leave to future generations….” Cute, but why? Expo-Int.com continued…

Lunch Break: SNL ad for Taco town!

To give us a break from the daily grind… Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions. [HT: Bob & Katie L.]

Komen giving to Planned Parenthood down by 10%

UDPATE, 12:20p: Someone on Facebook asked if Komen’s overall revenue was down in 2009. Good question. Here’s what I found, from it’s

Amanda Marcotte, just another pro-abort fraud

While I think all abortion industry types are crooks and liars, there are some pro-abort ideologues who I believe are misguided but genuine. Until 2 days ago I had Amanda Marcotte of wrote a post attacking my

KFC’s buckets full of breast cancer

Friend Steve and others notified me last week that Kentucky Fried Chicken was launching a “national ‘Buckets for the Cure™’ campaign, aimed at educating more women and men about breast health, generating support for the cause and attempting to make the single largest donation in the history of Susan G. Komen for the Cure,” according […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 4-29-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, assisting in your suicide and then dumping your remains into a lake: Dignitas boss Ludwig Minelli now faces up to 3 years jail and a £3,000 fine for carrying out unauthorized burials. Police divers – who stumbled across the pile of urns while searching for a missing sunshade from […]

Lunch Break: Genius squirrel

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Quote of the Day 4-29-10

He’s just perfect, I can’t even describe him any other way… It’s like he’s always been a part of our lives. ~Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock, on her newly adopted infant son, Louis Bardo Bullock, as quoted by

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Ruby Rae SpiegelAmy and Ester, the Florida high school students at the center of “Dry Land,” have a time-sensitive problem to solve: Amy’s unwanted pregnancy. Unlike the women recently played by Jenny Slate in the indie film “Obvious Child” and by Julia Stiles in the Off Broadway romance “Phoenix,” Amy isn’t an adult, so her mother would have to be told if she sought an abortion. She opts instead for a do-it-yourself approach and asks Ester to help.

“She’s just trying to get rid of this pregnancy,” said Ms. Spiegel, whose inspiration for the play was a New Republic article about DIY abortions. “It’s, like, on her body, and it’s a ticking time bomb. She just wants it out of her.”

~ Yale student playwright Ruby Rae Spiegel describing her recent play, Dry Land, New York Times, August 28

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