Entries Tagged ‘abortion debate’

Pro-choicers only ones seeking to silence male voices on abortion

by Kelli I think there absolutely is a role for men in the abortion debate, and that that role is in supporting women’s freedom to choose…. Those who are anti-abortion don’t see this conversation in terms of bodily autonomy but rather in terms of human lives being lost. They would probably argue that saying men […]

Pro-life blog buzz 7-25-14

pro-lifeby Kelli

  • Saynsumthn’s Blog discusses Alliance Defending Freedom’s newest annual report to Congress “that identifies waste, abuse, and potential fraud by Planned Parenthood, state family planning programs, and other organizations”:

    The report details the 44 known audits or other reviews of Planned Parenthood affiliates’ financial data and practices, as well as 51 known audits of state family planning programs and three known audits of family planning organizations that found overbilling. The audits for fiscal year 2013 found a total of more than $115 million in waste, abuse, and potential fraud in federal and state family planning funding programs, the lion’s share of which goes to Planned Parenthood. Approximately $14.4 billion of federal Medicaid expenditures were improper payments, according to government sources.

    The report also identifies 10 types of waste, abuse, and potential fraud Planned Parenthood affiliates have been found to be committing or have been credibly accused of nationwide.

Pro-life news brief 1-15-14

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Slate’s William Saletan refutes the mindset of pro-choice people who think pro-lifers are misogynists who don’t really care about abortion:

    The assertion that pro-lifers don’t really care about abortion — that what really motivates them is misogyny, controlling other people’s bodies, and forcing anyone who has sex to have a baby — is morally comforting to a lot of pro-choice people. It reassures us that we’re on side of compassion, justice, and progress, and that there’s no reason to feel ambivalent about this issue. We have nothing to heed or learn from our enemies. Our only challenge is to defeat them.

    This is one of those echo-chamber beliefs that won’t survive a reality test.

Media helps Democrats distort abortion debate

The Associated Press tells us that the “GOP-led House on Tuesday passed a far-reaching anti-abortion bill.” But don’t worry, Politico adds. It is “largely symbolic: The bill will be dead on arrival in the Senate.” … The Democrats’ ill-fated gun restriction push was never a “symbolic effort” or “far-reaching,” was it? Coverage of the Newtown, […]

College abortion supporters afraid of debate

Yesterday youthful abortion supporters protested Students for Life of America’s “I Vote Pro-Life First” college campus tour stop at Indiana University-Purdue University Ft. Wayne.

The administration had separated our two groups, so I walked to the pro-abortion area to tell them about my experience with Barack Obama, since they were positioned too far away to hear me.

After I introduced myself, their leader (second from left in photo above) yelled, “Don’t listen to her, and remember not to talk!”

Breaking: Federal judge dismisses abortion clinic’s lawsuit against pro-life group for video parody

Read my previous posts on this here and here. In January 2011 the Center for Bio-Ethical Reform posted what it called “the most shocking 4-minute abortion debate you will ever see.” CBR juxtaposed a video produced by Northland Family Planning Centers touting “the goodness” of abortion with video cuts showing the reality of abortion. Northland […]

Abortion pictures rile members of pro-choice church

Abortion pictures are not pleasant to view, particularly on one’s way to Sunday morning worship service at a pro-choice church.

For the past several weeks Todd Bullis has taken his Church Project to the Custer Road United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas.

Showing the reality of abortion through abortion pictures, Todd and his team have made it their mission to educate church goers that the place where they worship condones this heinous act against God, in whose image we are made.

Top 10 2011: Stanek’s most read posts

These are always interesting. Thanks to web administrator Andy for researching these stats. 10. Ask Them What They Mean by ‘Choice’” Blog Day, January 24 9. Kermit Gosnell’s “bizarre” collection of baby feet, January 20 8. Abortion as birth control: Porn star kills 4th baby; may have been Sheen’s, February 24


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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