Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN

  • Culture Campaign points out evangelicals were “the largest single constituency in the electorate in the 2010 midterm elections” and that they “compromised 29% of the vote and cast an astonishing 78% of their ballots for Republican candidates.”

  • Albert Mohler gives a post-election assessment and reminds us that “Now is the time for Christians to pray for those who were elected and for the government they will serve. Things are going to get interesting fast.”

  • Catholic Vote contrasts the pre-election emotion of NARAL’s Nancy Keenan with post-election Nancy, as featured in emails to supporters. What a difference a day makes.
  • At the Priests for Life blog, Fr. Pavone reminds us that though voting is critically important, we must realize our responsibility doesn’t end there.
  • Wesley J. Smith shows a trailer from Google Baby, a documentary about foreign surrogacy, which he views as a human rights issue, not simply a women’s issue:

  • ProWomanProLife shares a video on euthanasia/assisted suicide entitled, “In Support of Life – The Catholic response to Euthanasia.” However, as blogger Andrea Mrozek states, “I don’t actually think you have to have any faith at all to relate. In matters of life and death, on the precautionary principle alone, we should stand on the side of life because our own understanding is always limited.”