Entries for December, 2014

Pro-life video of the day: Choose life

by Hans Johnson Before the celebrating begins this New Year’s Eve, many reflect on the year past and make a list of resolutions for the year to come. May respect for the miracle of life be at the top of that list. Many times we will be presented with a choice between aiding in the […]

Nicki Minaj says abortion haunts her but she’s still pro-choice

by Carder I thought I was going to die…. I was a teenager. It was the hardest thing I’d ever gone through. … It’d be contradictory if I said I wasn’t pro-choice…. I wasn’t ready. I didn’t have anything to offer a child. ~ Rapper Nicki Minaj reflecting on her abortion in an interview with […]

Top Ten 2014: Stanek’s most read posts

What interests people always interests me. Some posts I think are not so amazing spark lots of activity and vice versa. So here were my top 10 most read posts of 2014! Thanks to Kelli for researching these stats. 10. Vanity Fair busts Planned Parenthood in undercover NuvaRing sting (March 3) 9. Baby Munoz put […]

Pro-life blog buzz 12-30-14

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

  • Wesley J. Smith discusses the latest culture of death idea. We’ve heard of “abortion doulas,” but what about death doulas? These individuals, according to two authors, would become “suicide facilitators” by “fill[ing] a gap between treatment doctors and hospice workers.”

Pro-life vid of day: Pastor fights state’s forced support of abortion

Jim-and-four-kids

by Hans Johnson

Jim Garlow, the senior pastor of San Diego’s Skyline Church, learned something this fall that had him especially incensed, being the father of four adopted children. On December 1 he fired off an email to his congregation:

Pro-choicers to “pretty up” clinic that looks like it’s in trash bag

by Kelli The Jackson Women’s Health Organization is already a dazzling pink, and clinic owner Diane Derzis and clinic director Shannon Brewer-Anderson have invested a lot of time, resources and thought into making the clinic feel safe and welcoming to the women they serve. But the clinic is surrounded by a wide fence to keep […]

Pro-life vid of day: Man turns stillborn baby’s crib into memorial

by Kelli From Boredom Therapy comes the emotional story of a mother who lost her baby boy in the last few days of her term… and what happened when a man discovered her story: Valarie Watts’ baby Noah was developing well for most of the duration of her pregnancy. Then, in the final few days […]

Is Stevie Wonder too old to be a father (again) at 64?

by Carder

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We expect more from moms than dads, which is why Wonder having a baby at 64 doesn’t cause anyone to bat an eye. But it should. I think there should be a cut-off age for dads, just as there is for moms. I think there’s a reason that women’s reproductive organs have a shelf life: We should have children younger. It is mother nature’s way of saying: “Look, you need energy and stamina to raise kids. Do it when your body can recover and your mind can handle it.”

It’s tragic that women struggle to conceive in their 40s while men can procreate at almost any age, but just because men can doesn’t mean they should.

~ Suzanne Janesse chastising 64-year old R&B singer Stevie Wonder for fathering his ninth child, Babble, December 20

Blast from the past: Wonder’s 1976 hit “Isn’t She Lovely” celebrating the birth of his daughter Aisha


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