Entries for February, 2011

Jivin J’s Life Links 2-28-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Robert George discusses Bernard Nathanson’s pro-life conversion at Public Discourse: Fourth, the abortion movement sought to appeal to conservatives and liberals alike by promoting feticide as a way of fighting poverty. Why are so many people poor? It’s because they have more children than they can afford to […]

Chicago: Pro-life flash mob surprises “Walk for Choice”

Short version above, long version on page 2. Inside story sent to me from Brother Joshua, cool! A pro-abortion “Walk for Choice” rally was held in downtown Chicago’s Daley Plaza on Saturday, February 26. Participants of the “Walk her for Choice” were protesting HR Bill 3 which limits taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood.

Obsession: Ignoring real crimes to crucify Kline; Tiller could’ve given a hoot about privacy

UPDATE 3/1, 3:40a: Here is LifeSiteNews.com’s recap of the trial yesterday, including my input. 2/28, 2p: I flew to Kansas last night to begin covering Phill Kline’s ethics trial as it enters Week 2. The courtroom is tiny, and the rules are so 1990s. Computers aren’t allowed, nor are iphones to check emails, nor texting. […]

Lunch Break: Chris Medina sings on Tonight Show

Former AI contestant Chris Medina sang his heart out for fiance’ Juliana Ramos with his new single “What Are Words.”As you may recall, Juliana suffered a traumatic brain injury in 2009, two months before they were to be married. By downloading his heartfelt song via I-Tunes, fans can support Chris’ musical endeavors plus have part of the proceeds go to a fund to help Juliana. […]

Planned Parenthood’s mission accomplished

I mean, if you’re a pro-abort type – if you’re pro-choice, if you’re pro-Planned Parenthood – and you learn that the abortion rate in New York City’s 41%, don’t you throw a party? That’s a hell of a success rate! ~Talk radio show host Rush Limbaugh, February 25

Stanek Sunday funnies 2-27-11

Here were my top 5 favs for the week. Excepting the liberal bias in this first one, I like the Black-Eyed PP… by Signe Wilkinson at GoComics.com… by Glenn McCoy at GoComics.com…

Sunday pro-life Scripture 2-27-11

Heavens, raise the roof! Earth, wake the dead! Mountains, send up cheers! God has comforted his people. He has tenderly nursed his beaten-up, beaten-down people. But Zion said, “I don’t get it. God has left me. My Master has forgotten I even exist.” “Can a mother forget the infant at her breast, walk away from […]

Stanek weekend question: Is this not the best pro-life ad you’ve ever seen?

I’ve seen many good pro-life ads, but a new one by American Life League may just be the best ever. Entitled “Planned Parenthood’s Bunnies,” it not only promotes defunding the abortion behemoth, it shows the reality of abortion in an imaginative yet nongraphic way. What do you think?

Google “murder,” get “abortion”

Click to enlarge… Googlebombers turn “Abortion” into second result for “Murder” Someone has spoofed Google into making the Wikipedia entry for “abortion” into the second result in searches for “murder.” However you feel about abortion, this Wikipedia page is pretty clearly not the second-most relevant document regarding murder on the entire English-speaking World Wide Web. […]

Details on pro-abortion terrorist arrested by FBI

UPDATE 2/27, 7:03a: AOL’s Politics Daily has posted an article on this, the 1st MSM site to give the Shulman arrest coverage. 2.25, 3:51p: I received a call last night from an FBI agent in New York saying they had arrested pro-abortion domestic terrorist Theodore Shulman after several years of making threats to pro-life leaders.

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abortionposterby Kelli

Abortion is a normal thing that women do, and we should stop asking women to sit in silence when the topic comes up….

I don’t feel very brave when I talk about my abortion. I feel small and scared.

But I don’t like staying silent out of fear. I don’t think that’s how anyone has ever gone about winning civil rights. And we have a lot of work to do.

So let’s talk about our abortions. Everyone who is able to, everyone who is ready–let’s speak out. Let’s treat them the way we’d treat, say, a root canal.

Our health care system walls reproductive care off into its own domain: treating birth control differently than other prescriptions, insisting that women obtain abortion care at special clinics rather than undergoing this simple outpatient surgery at the gynecologist’s office.

Let’s push back by treating it like it’s just another extremely common medical procedure.

And whether or not we disclose our abortions, whether or not we’ve even had them, let’s talk as though having an abortion is a perfectly okay option to consider when you’re very unhappy about being pregnant. Let’s act like women have a choice.

Let’s tell our friends that there is nothing wrong with ending an unwanted, life-disrupting, economically catastrophic pregnancy, and let’s listen to what they say and support them in whatever decisions they make….

Let’s get to the point where telling abortion stories at a party is just as common as telling birth stories. As long as we stay silent, it’s a right that can be taken away from us.

~ Sarah Grey, discussing her abortion and its effect on her, SocialistWorker.org, July 23

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