I was out-of-pocket all day yesterday but read on my phone about the 22-week-old baby boy who survived his abortion for 2 days in Italy. The story was heartbreaking, more so because I know without a doubt babies his age are surviving their abortions every day across America and getting similar treatment. I would even [...]
Entries for April, 2010
To give us a break from the daily grind… This little video was a hit at many Easter services across the country this year: Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions. [HT: Susie Allen]
The fact is… women without children achieve, on average, more in their career lives because they spend more time at work than those with children to raise. [To prove her point, Erbe said of her friend]… with an Ivy League degree and a promising career… [she] flushed her chance at real world success down the [...]
EPA researchers publishing a
by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Vital Signs draws attention to a recent American Idol controversy. The program sent viewer donations to, among others, Save the Children and the United Nations Foundation, which – unknown to most viewers – partner with the Center for Reproductive Rights and Planned Parenthood….
by JivinJ, host of the blog, that NYC would remain the abortion capital of the US as long as he remains mayor. He also called on President Obama to nominate a pro-choice individual to the Supreme Court. What does it take for a government diplomat in Great Britain to lose his job? Apparently, quite a [...]
“Safe abortion… Safe abortion… Dead!” Members of the Feminist League for Agitation Propaganda mostly dressed up in ball gowns race around a circle in front of the Westin Hotel in Halifax, playing a modified version of the game “Duck, Duck, Goose.” … “My body’s nobody’s body but mine, you run own body, let me run [...]
To give us a break from the daily grind: Projection on Buildings from NuFormer Projection on Vimeo. Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions.
USA Today story…
UPDATE, 7:18p: Thanks to American Life League for posting the Fox story