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  • Christina at Real Choice expresses disapproval for the possible death penalty in the case of abortionist Kermit Gosnell:

    In normal society, routinely murdering infants for money would indeed be a capital crime. But the seedy abortion underbelly we have permitted to thrive is not a normal society. It’s a death machine, lauded and supported up to and including the President and the Supreme Court.

    We created this monster. We have no business taking out our own guilt on him.

  • Michael J. New debunks Washington Post op-ed columnist Ruth Marcus’ near-advertisement for Planned Parenthood, and criticizes the MSM’s obvious pro-abortion slant in their recent articles about PP.
  • Coming Home notes the NYC newspaper blackout of Dr. Bernard Nathanson’s funeral:

    Had he stayed true to [abortion advocacy], no doubt [he] would have Laid in State in City Hall, been eulogized by a dewy-eyed City Council Speaker, and had Bill 371 officially named after the lion who ate our young.

  • Fletcher Armstrong is following the ongoing clash between parents and Planned Parenthood in Knox Co., TN. PP has been barred from presenting to teens in the local schools, but parents are concerned students will still receive age-inappropriate, sexually explicit information from teachers and health department officials who have been trained by and are supportive of PP.
  • Americans United for Life explains the “Pregnant Woman’s Protection Act,” legislation designed to “[ensure] a pregnant woman and her unborn child are protected from unlawful criminal violence and that a woman’s decision to carry her child to term is respected.”
  • Kristi of The Lost Generation challenges pro-life advocates to come up with 3 reasons not to have an abortion, and shares some of her own. She also posts some great quotes from doctors and former abortionists on the humanity of the unborn.
  • Blood Money gives the history on racist eugenicist Margaret Sanger, founder of the Birth Control League which later became Planned Parenthood. Colleges honoring Sanger censor the truth about her ties to eugenic experiments like the Third Reich.
  • Accepting Abundance promotes a virtual prayer vigil for those unable to attend their local 40 Days for Life events.
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