Entries Tagged ‘Alliance Defending Freedom’

70 physicians join pro-lifers to block new Planned Parenthood abortion clinic

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On May 3, a group of 70 physicians took out a full page ad on page 2 of the Osceola News Gazette†to encourage†Kissimmee, Florida, citizens to join them in attempting to keep Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando from opening an abortion mill†in their community, which is just 20 minutes from Walt Disney World.

Connecticut high school’s pro-life censorship makes national news

UPDATE 3/21 4:35p: The school has backed down.

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3/11 9:32a: Another week, another case of censorship of student pro-lifers.

Not that this is necessarily a bad thing, from the long view. Battles like this get the abortion issue much more attention than†were they never waged. And they give students real life lessons in the†First Amendment right of free speech, which isn’t needed for pleasant topics we all agree on.

But I know it’s hard on the personal level, and I give pro-life students all the kudos in the world for sticking to their guns in the face of adversity on behalf of the babies.

So this time the censor is the administration of Branford High School in Branford, Connecticut, the mission of which is ironically, “to prepare students to be independent and collaborative learners who are responsible, informed, and contributing members of society.”

University apologizes to pro-life students for removing display

Yesterday I reported that the University of Alabama had removed†Bama Students for Life’s†pro-life display only two days before its reserved one-month run was scheduled to end. A school administrator told the group their display was taken down on February 6 due to complaints about photos it included of two mothers who died during abortions and […]

Nearly naked man vs dead babies: Guess which campus display was censored?

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Backdrop on the above (click to enlarge) from the Boston Globe, February 5:

Employee accuses Planned Parenthood of bait-and-switch abortions

bait-and-switch (2)For several days I’ve been relaying nefarious inside information from current and former employees about the Planned Parenthood Keystone affiliate in Pennsylvania† (i.e.,†unsanitary conditions, slave wages and exorbitant healthcare premiums, and ridiculous patient charges).

On November 12, a worker at†Planned Parenthood Allentown†wrote this comment†about yet another apparent wrong being committed by PP Keystone: bait-and-switch abortions.

Pro-life blog buzz 11-12-13

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

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  • Secular Pro Life applauds abortion workers who outed the illegal operation of a notorious abortionist:

    Abortion workers in Philadelphia have done the right thing, likely saving the lives of unborn babies and, quite possibly, the lives of women as well.According to†Operation Rescue, it was abortion workers who outed Steven Chase Brigham’s illegal operation of an abortion business in Philadelphia.

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 […]

Pro-life blog buzz 10-18-13

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. Abstinence Clearinghouse discusses research which states that STDs and ectopic pregnancies are linked: According to ehealthmd.com, the connection between STDís and Ectopic Pregnancies […]


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