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  • Fletcher Armstrong shares commentary from Center for Bio-Ethical Reform director Gregg Cunningham regarding Biola University’s discipline of nursing student Diana Jimenez, who posted graphic abortion signs on campus. Cunningham says at least one child’s life was saved as a direct result of Diana’s display.

Wendy Davis, Texas

  • At Live Action News, Rebecca Downs tells it like it is for the new “hero” of the radical abortion industry, Texas State Senator Wendy Davis (pictured left), who filibustered under the guise of “women’s health.” In reality, she filibustered for infanticide:

    It would seem that when abortion advocates fight for abortion tooth and nail and say that they are supporting women, they are actually the ones taking advantage of women. They are just using women, and turning their reproductive function of conceiving children, to represent some sort of “choice.” That choice is really the cruel dismemberment or poisoning of children with nothing but the intent to kill them.

    It’s almost funny how pro-abortion organizations or individuals hardly ever use the word ‘abortion,’ because deep down, they know how divisive it is, but also how downright unpleasant. So, instead of fighting for abortion, they say that they’re fighting for women.

  • Wesley J. Smith says something similar about Wendy Davis’ defense of infanticide, further opining that the abortion industry would love to see Roe overturned, with an even more radical ruling taking its place.
  • Down on the Pharm has some interesting theories on why Texas abortionist Douglas Karpen’s late-term abortion/infanticide facility is still open.


  • Expose Abortion quotes late-term abortionist Warren Hern (pictured right), who says most women choose abortion for reasons other than medical concerns:

    At times, medical considerations enter into the picture, but decisions are usually made on the basis of such factors as desire or lack of desire for parenthood, stability of relationships, educational status, emotional status, or economic status, among others.

  • Kansans for Life says the Kansas Pro-Life Protections Act went into effect today with only two minor provisions blocked.
  • At Bound4Life, Ellie Saul mourns the self-imposed fertility dearth for women in America, where “one and done” has become the mantra for many – even for Christians. Saul says the church needs to go back to viewing children as a blessing, not as a hindrance to gaining greater wealth:

    We have two choices, as always. We can either keep flowing in the current of the system of the world that chooses barrenness and death for convenience without making any sudden movements or changes… Or we can choose life. We can choose to purposely oppose death by choosing and celebrating life as a reward and a gift from God.

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