Entries for January, 2013

Disgruntled ex-congressman loses court case against pro-life group

It was this 2010 billboard ad by the Susan B. Anthony List against then-Congressman Steve Driehaus that started it (click to enlarge)…

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Driehaus was a supposedly pro-life Democrat who voted for Obamacare.

Driehaus went on to lose his race to pro-life Republican Steve Chabot, only to turn around and file a complaint with the Ohio Election Commission, accusing SBA list of fraudulent advertising that resulted in his defeat. This despite the fact Obamacare indeed funds abortions.

Driehaus dropped that complaint only to file a federal complaint of defamation.

Pro-life news brief 1-28-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • New York Times editorial writer Juliet Lapidos seems to favor a rapist’s right to choose. She believes somehow legislative language – which is clearly designed to punish rapists who coerce their victims into abortion – will ban abortion in cases of rape. I’m not sure if she is willfully ignoring the section of the legislation which reads “with the intent to destroy evidence of the crime” or if in her attempt to parrot pro-abortion blogs, she never actually read the text carefully.

Pro-life vid of the day extra: Pro-life leaders – Gangnam style!

Our pro-life video of the day “extra” comes from Jill today, who says: I stayed to attend the Students for Life Conference [this past weekend]. Over 2,000 students packed out the Bethesda Marriott to learn, share, and inspire. It was quite a day, ending with a Gangnam Style Flash Pro-Life Leaders’ Flash Mob. Yep, I’m […]

Pro-life video of the day: Pro-lifer bests MSNBC interviewer

by LauraLoo On January 26, MSNBC interviewed Ryan Bomberger, co-founder of The Radiance Foundation and creator of the site TooManyAborted.com, about Friday’s March for Life. Watch a media-savvy pro-lifer in action: See Ryan aptly rebut host Craig Melvin’s attempts to derail the conversation, first on an inaccurate poll, then on guns, and finally on a pro-life bill […]

Why Planned Parenthood supports deploying women in combat: Abortion

image6010249xThe Hill columnist A. B. Stoddard maintains the Pentagon’s announcement last week that it would allow women to be deployed in combat did not come out of the blue, although it certainly appeared to.

I was suspicious of a liberal agenda, of course. But still I found Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards’ tweet quite curious:

How not to get pregnant in combat

We know that liberals always use the military as a social laboratory…. And women in combat is social experimentation. It’s where you try out new things that go against the norms…. Late yesterday afternoon…  CNN’s… Don Lemon… said… “Men and women are different, we know that. How should the military handle pregnancy, for example, for […]

Pro-life video weekend extra: Dominicans attend the March for Life

by Jill Video of the Dominican presence at the 2013 March for Life. [youtube]http://youtu.be/FkfttCGpsxk[/youtube] Email dailyvid@jillstanek.com with your video suggestions. [HT: George]

Stanek Sunday funnies, “40th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade” edition

Political cartoonists from both sides of the abortion debate had colorful thoughts on the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom of the post.

We begin with liberal Stuart Carlson at GoComics.com
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We move on to liberal vs. conservative on gun rights vs. abortion rights, first by Joel Pett at GoComics.com


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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