Entries for February, 2012

Lunch Break: Leap Year birthday

by LauraLoo Meet Leap Year “teen,” actor Dennis Farina , who turns “17″ today. If  you were one of these rare-birthed babies, would you celebrate the non-Leap years on February 28 or March 1? Email LauraLoo with your Lunch Break suggestions.

Planned Parenthood’s graphic photo that got ALL’s exposé yanked from YouTube

WARNING: Post rated R. I wrote yesterday that YouTube removed American Life League’s video investigative report on Planned Parenthood’s perverted, taxpayer-funded, K-12 “sex education” propaganda after receiving a complaint about a copyrighted photo. Here’s the backstory on that particular photo, which I’ve posted on page two because it is graphic. Planned Parenthood has a college […]

Virginia delegate makes coarse joke about wife and transvaginal ultrasounds

To Delegate Albo, women’s health is not a serious issue, but a punch line, and the floor of the House of Delegates is a locker room, where men can swap jokes about their wives. ~ The Fairfax County Democratic Committee on Virginia Delegate Dave Albo and his joking on the floor of the House over […]

(Prolifer)ations 2-28-12

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Americans United for Life posts video of the PBS debate between Dr. Charmaine Yoest and Nancy Keenan of NARAL regarding the pending Virginia […]

New shocking Planned Parenthood video exposé released

On February 13 I wrote about a shocking video exposé produced by American Life League that used Planned Parenthood’s own graphics, websites, photos, and video to show its massive and perverted campaign to hook our kids – beginning in Kindergarten – on sex. As ALL narrator Michael Hichborn said about one of PP’s materials, “If […]

Lunch Break: Selena Gomez featured on Cosmo

by LauraLoo Warning: adult content I was shocked this month when the March issue of Cosmopolitan featured ex-Disney star Selena Gomez on its cover page. I wasn’t able to mentally reconcile a wholesome and bright teen like Selena helping to boost sales for a smutty, sex-infused publication.  Have you ever read their graphic sex articles absolutely not appropriate for pre-teens […]

Opening the door to Dachau: When government determines who is “worthy of life”

The costs to society of caring for the disabled are small when compared with the cost to society of failing to deal with the morally defective; and the essential difference between a barbaric tyranny and an optimally free, just and civilized society is that the former encourages the strong to prey upon the vulnerable with […]

Life Links 2-27-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Wesley Smith notes a recent Journal of Medical Ethics article in which the authors argue that infanticide should be legal and label killing newborns “after-birth abortion.” Overheard: An Abortioneer describes her own clinic – and it doesn’t sound that nice: I think some clinics have entire abortion appointments […]

Lunch Break: The Oscars

by LauraLoo I was thrilled that The Artist won so many awards during last night’s Oscars!  Here is Best Leading Actor Jean Dujardin during his acceptance speech, filled with history and so much emotion…  Here’s Jean’s dapper-looking sidekick Uggie, in couture bow-tie, giving his red-carpet interview…

Pro-life activist goes off on Planned Parenthood’s racial hypocrisy

Ludwig: the Democrat Party has arrested the development of the the black community. Your objective is to keep the Black community in a state of dependency. They are useful to the Democrats as a voter stock. And being as your occupation is the killing of children (most of which are black), I’m sure it’s safe […]

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tierce_headshot_800by Kelli

By repeating only the gut-wrenching, heartbreaking, terrifying abortion stories, we protect a lie: that abortion isn’t normal. We have learned to think of abortion with shame and fear. We have accepted the damaging idea that a person who wants an abortion must grovel before the consciences of others….

We have to stop categorizing abortions as justified or unjustified.

The best thing you can do if you support reproductive rights is to force people to realize that abortion is common, and the most common abortion is a five-to-15-minute procedure elected early in the first trimester by someone who doesn’t want to be pregnant or have a child.

It’s our job to say it’s O.K. if that’s the end of the story. It’s O.K. if it’s boring or not traumatic or if you don’t even know what it was.

The reasons, the feelings, the personal contexts — these we can also talk about, but only after we grant to each woman the right to make and do with her body what she will. Regardless of whether or not a compelling story is on offer.

~ Merritt Tierce (pictured), who has had two abortions and is the former executive director of the Texas Equal Access Fund, exhorting pro-choicers to stick to the script when it comes to discussing abortion, The New York Times, September 13

[Photo via merritttierce.com]

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