Entries for May, 2010

Controversial abortion ad airs on UK television

On May 24 British television began airing its first abortion ad, sponsored by international abortion organization Marie Stopes International: The ad never mentions abortion, but the message is clear: If you find you’re pregnant but are just launching a career, or already a harried mother, or still in school, call us to get rid of […]

Breaking: American Academy of Pediatrics withdraws Female Genital Mutilation policy that endorsed ‘nicking’ girls’ genitalia

UPDATE, 5/28, 1:15p: From

Lunch Break: Guy starts dance party

To give us a break from the daily grind… Email Bethany with your Lunch Break suggestions. [HT: Angela S.]

One year anniversary of late-term abortionist George Tiller (the baby killer’s) death

Monday, May 31 – Memorial Day, this year – will mark the 1 year anniversary of abortionist George Tiller’s murder. Pro-aborts have been paying tributes and are planning memorials. Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has read or will read a TX Equal Access Fund “will deliver a handmade card, flowers, and a basket of […]

Breaking: New Georgia billboard campaign, “Black & unwanted”

UPDATE, 5/28, 9:15a: Ryan has just posted the new campaign’s accompanying video, which is excellent… 5/27, 11:16a: Just received word from Ryan Bomberger of Georgia Right to Life are cosponsoring a second wave of pro-life billboards directed toward an African-American audience, “an racialization. Here ’tis (click to enlarge)…

Quote of the Day 5-27-10

Adoption agencies were founded to find healthy White infants for infertile White couples. ~J. Toni Oliver, president and CEO of Roots Adoption Agency in Atlanta, GA, as quoted by

Jivin J’s Life Links 5-26-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, Guttmacher Institute has a study on OB/GYNs who planned on performing abortions once they started practicing but didn’t: … The majority were unable to provide abortions because of formal and informal policies imposed by their private group practices, employers and hospitals, as well as the strain that doing so […]

Lunch Break: Bus near misses toddler in middle of street

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