Entries for August, 2010

Duggar kids, free indeed

Over at Big Journalism, Charlie Richards, creator of the Christian video series, Life at the Pond, writes an insightful post on his experience meeting the 19 Duggar kids, particularly the 3 oldest girls: In prepping a children’s program where I’d be recording all the Duggars from TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, I read a lot […]

Pictures of aborted voters greet Obama

On August 18 pro-abort/pro-infanticide President Barack Obama held a fundraiser with pro-abort OH Gov. Ted Strickland at the Columbus Athenaeum. Thanks to the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform Midwest Region for serving up reminders to both the politicians and their supporters of what their “pro-choice” position and actions really mean. There were some poignant photos. This […]

(Prolifer)ations 8-31-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN Fr. Frank Pavone reminds us that even though many will suggest pro-lifers “agree to disagree” with pro-choicers, “abortion is not about beliefs; it’s about bloodshed. It’s not about viewpoints, it’s about victims.”

Jivin J’s Life Links 8-31-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Constantly troubled abortionist and abortion clinic owner Steven Chase Brigham is making the news again. This time for performing abortions in MD at one of the clinics he owns.One problem – he’s not licensed in the state of MD: The MD State Board of Physicians ordered Steven Chase […]

Lunch Break: Pea sprouts in man’s lung

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Quote of the Day 8-31-10

70% of American parents and 53.5% of American adolescents believe sex before marriage is wrong, according to a federally funded study released Monday by the Administration of Children and Families, an agency within the Health and Human Services Department. … “I think this study is an embarrassment for the Obama administration,” said [Senior Fellow for […]

New York Times: Planned Parenthood Golden Gate’s “meltdown”

Katharine Mieszkowski’s 3rd Bay Citizen installment investigating the demise of Planned Parenthood Golden Gate (read about previous 2 here and here)  hit the big time August 28 when the New York Times picked it up (click to enlarge)… Many helpful nuggets of info in the piece, excerpted below. Just wish the NYT had published PPGG’s […]

Republican voters more motivated on the Life issue than Democrats

Last week I reported several pro-life voting trends and triumphs (here, here, and here). From an August 10 Pew poll comes another. Pew asked registered voters which of 13 key issues were “very important.”  While “abortion” ranked near the bottom, still more than 4 in 10 thought it was important. Key, though, is that Republican […]

Lunch Break: Hummingbirds – magic in the air!

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Blog this and thats 8-30-10

1. We’ve fixed most of the issues related to the software move. I only know of a few outstanding bugs, and I don’t think you’ll notice what I notice because they’re imperfections in a couple of the plugins I still hope to refine. That said, when I asked you previously if you knew of anything […]

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by Kelli

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Notice that both abortion stories share this same, perverse theme: abortion is a way to “save” my child. Also notice that both women were using birth control and still wound up pregnant. I mention that as an aside, but it’s worth considering in its own right….

The first woman admits that she ended her child’s life — because she couldn’t give her child “everything,” because she couldn’t give her child “a wonderful life,” and because she didn’t want to follow the lead of her own “bad parents.” The second woman maintains that she saved her child by paying to have him or her killed — after determining that is what God wanted her to do. Both women maintain that they are guilt-free, though the first woman says she is heartbroken and the second says she cries because she wishes her child was still with her.

The term “self-fulfilling prophecy” comes to mind. For fear that they will be bad parents, these women killed their children — which is the ultimate expression of bad parenting. Everything else pales by comparison….

I do not fear the impact that “positive” abortion stories will have. Even the positive stories are laced with tragedy, and the more abortion is talked about in the public square, the more apparent it will become that abortion is one of vilest perversions of justice the world has ever known.

~ Michael Spielman, discussing two of the “I don’t regret my abortion” stories he recently received, Abort73.com, December 16

[Photo via sherights.com]

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