by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • Our newest blog, Clinic Quotes, shows the anti-adoption mentality of the abortion industry from a pamphlet distributed by Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood in 1985, which reads:

    But aren’t there alternatives to abortion? Yes, there are. A pregnant women can carry the baby to term and she can then keep it or relinquish the baby for adoption. Relinquishment is often not a very humane procedure.

  • Down on the Pharm explains why abortion statistics gleaned from abortionists should be viewed with great skepticism.
  • Michael New discusses the lack of consistent abortion reporting standards in the U.S. Some states have not reported abortion data to the Centers for Disease Control since 1997.

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  • Live Action News reports on Planned Parenthood’s total indifference to sex-selective abortions and female gendercide in the United States.
  • Euthanasia Prevention Coalition shares the lament of a son who lost his mother to assisted suicide without her family being notified or consulted. The woman suffered from chronic depression.
  • Americans United for Life notes that while “big abortion” has a strong foothold nationally, pro-life legislation is poised and ready at the state level.
  • Judie Brown calls out the US Conference of Catholic Bishops for their lack of leadership on life issues:

    The absence of logic and common sense in [President Obama's Sandy Hook tragedy] statement [regarding "caring for our children"] does not affect the majority of Americans one way or the other…. [T]he United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which was quick to call for the regulation of firearms after the Sandy Hook massacre… hesitate[d] to reprimand Obama for his impudence on the question of abortion.

    … Where is their leadership, their collective voice, their capacity to rally the troops and change the culture? Considering the bishops’ near silence in this 40-year-war, these are legitimate questions.

  • Bound4Life says that despite the life-affirming Huggies video featured below, owner company Kimberly-Clark may not be so squeaky clean:

    I thought that since Huggies acknowledged life in the womb they might advocate preserving life at every stage. I wanted to do all I could to promote them and this message, so I began to research them. What I found was startling. Huggies is a brand of Kimberly-Clark. Kimberly-Clark partners with Girls for a Change which was partially founded by Planned Parenthood.

    The same mouth that acknowledges life advocates killing it in the name of choice and “girl power.”

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