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Entries for October, 2013

Pro-life news brief 10-31-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Pro-lifers in Tennessee are beginning a year-long campaign to overturn a 2008 Tennessee Supreme Court ruling which prevents them from passing certain pro-life laws.
  • 12 News Now covers the inspection of a Beaumont, Texas, abortion clinic and its 13 violations:
    The October 3 inspection at Whole Woman’s Health of Beaumont turned up potential health issues.

    The report says the facility failed to provide a safe environment for patients and staff. The suction machines which were used on patients had numerous rusty spots which, “had the likelihood to cause infection.”The report also says, “the facility failed to have the EKG monitoring equipment ready if an emergency situation occurred….”

Texas 20-week abortion ban goes into effect

You wouldn’t know it by the following Washington Post headline and photo, but the ban in Texas on abortions after 20 weeks, signed into law by Governor Rick Perry on July 18went into effect on October 29…

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The 20-week ban was but one part of a powerful package of four anti-abortion provisions infamously filibustered by state Sen. Wendy Davis.

Pro-life vid of day: Mere mention of “pro-life” in Sebelius hearing ticks off congresswoman

by Hans Johnson During yesterday morning’s testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL) began to ask whether federal exchanges for Obamacare will clearly spell out if policies will include abortion coverage. No sooner did he use the word “pro-life” than a female voice was clearly […]

Obamacare: Filling abortion industry’s coffers to tune of ~$1 bil/yr

In reality, the abortion fee is a dollar or more a month. Doesn’t seem like much, right? Well, those pennies add up. Alliance Defending Freedom does the math. Say just half of American workers are forced to pay only a dollar each month. That’s $924,000,000 – all funneled into an abortion-on-demand fund each year. That […]

Video of the day: Halloween costumes for kids on Ellen

by LauraLoo On a recent Ellen show, adorable children paraded clever Halloween costumes to get their scoopful of treats. The costume references to controversial pop culture or political issues were something I found very funny. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ttvVSHVmlQ[/youtube] My favorite?  Mt. Rushmore, with a clever spin at the end. :D Email dailyvid@jillstanek.com with your video suggestions.  

Actress Natalie Portman: I love being a mom

I love being a mom. I’m less judgmental than before I had a kid. The biggest thing I’ve learned is that parenting is a totally different experience for every person. ~ Actress Natalie Portman, as quoted by People, October 29

Pro-life blog buzz 10-29-13

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.

  • At Priests for Life, Fr. Frank Pavone reflects on the fact that so many Christians – even pastors – will say they are not interested in politics and don’t vote:

    Everything we can say about the tremendous moral responsibility of those who craft legislation and put it into effect really reflects the moral responsibility of those who put them in those positions in the first place – the voters.

Pro-life video of the day: Baby found at recycling plant

by Hans Johnson The body of a newborn female  was found last Thursday on a conveyer belt where cans and plastics are sorted at a Victorville, CA, recycling plant. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is investigating, and an autopsy will be done. A report from KABC: [youtube]http://youtu.be/P4E-0mITAcc[/youtube] Email dailyvid@jillstanek.com with your video suggestions. [HT: LauraLoo]


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