Pro-life blog buzz 11-9-13

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

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  • Can they stop the inevitable? Americans United for Life discusses how SCOTUS is trending  on abortion related cases:

    The Cline case “illustrates momentum for overturning the abuses of Roe. Multiple cases are advancing toward the Supreme Court as it has signaled its willingness to consider the impact of its unrestricted abortion policy on women and their unborn children,” said AUL’s Dr. Charmaine Yoest.

  • MN Citizens Concerned for Life notes how unsanitary conditions of an abortion chain in Texas also threaten Minnesota women:

    The latest inspections of Whole Woman’s Health abortion centers in Texas have revealed continuing health violations by the abortion chain. Yet WWH’s Minneapolis abortion center remains neither licensed nor inspected by the state of Minnesota….

    WWH launched its Minneapolis center…  in early 2012. Legislation to license and inspect abortion facilities was passed by the Minnesota Legislature in 2012, but the measure was vetoed by Gov. Mark Dayton.Four of the five WWH clinics in Texas have been cited for violating safety standards in just the last three years.

  • Live Action notes how popular shows sometime stumble on the truth and help break through liberal sound bites about abortion. CBS’s The Good Wife had a episode in Season One entitled, The Heart,  which showed the photo by Michael Clancy of an actual surgery that took place in utero at  Nashville’s Vanderbilt Hospital in 1999. In this episode, a pregnant mother, who had previously  lobbied for abortion rights, was carrying a baby witha  fatal heart defect. Her lawyers argued for  the insurance company to authorize payment  for life saving surgery in utero.


  • The Leading Edge  recommends the documentary The Human Experience and discusses why this is a pro life film even though the words “abortion” or “pro-life” are never uttered.
  • Coming Home discusses a LifeSiteNews story (quoted below) about thoughts on “breeders” by a homosexual activist who favors forced abortion for population control:

    Women should be forced to abort their children for the next 30 years as a part of global population control, homosexual activist Dan Savage told Australian television….

    “You know, I’m pro-choice, I believe that women should have a right to control their bodies,” he added. “Sometimes in my darker moments, I’m anti-choice. I think abortion should be mandatory for about 30 years.”

  • Michael New discusses tactics by an Alabama abortion clinic in reaction to the 40 Days for Life prayer vigils in front of their  facilities. Interestingly, supporters were asked to “adopt” a pro-lifer by name and make a donation  every time that person came to pray.
  • Those who say abortions are not coerced should respond to an incident reported by Big Blue Wave, where a woman left the abortion facility by way of the window to escape an abortion.

3 thoughts on “Pro-life blog buzz 11-9-13”

  1. Dan Savage is a piece of work. May God have mercy on his sorry soul.
    Abortion facilities can “adopt” a pro-lifer by name all they want. Their donors will run out of money before we ever stop coming and praying.


  2. I will go one step further. I think Dan Savage is depraved. He is rapidly anti Christian, as many so called progressives are.

    But just think, Dan, if all women had abortions for the next thirty years, there would be no babies for gay male couples to buy from surrogates!


  3. The Human Experience documentary is truly a wonderful examination of the connections that make us relational as human beings.  Little less “expert” commentary though would be helpful to shift the narrative more to the subject matter.   And, I do agree that this film is pro-life.


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