Entries Tagged ‘Bush’

Feminist throws shoe at pro-life leader

The pink, sparkly ballet shoe [pictured above] was hurled towards David Bereit, one of America’s most outspoken anti-abortion advocates, on Saturday night… The shoe’s owner, Megan Clement-Couzner [pictured below left] – who belongs to the Sydney based feminist group “F Collective” – said the “symbolic” attack was to interrupt Mr. Bereit and had been modelled […]

Pro-life news brief 6-29-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Deng Jiyuan, the husband of the Chinese woman who was forced into a 7-month abortion has resurfaced in Beijing after leaving his hometown and is seeking help to get his wife released from the local hospital:

    Despite her requests to leave, Ms. Feng has been held in Shanxi Zhenping County Hospital watched over by local government officials, since being forced to abort her seven-month-old fetus on June 2.

    In a sign that local officials may be bending to public pressure, Ms. Feng’s sister-in-law, Deng Jicai, said by phone Friday evening that doctors had told her Ms. Feng would be released from the hospital following a final check up on Saturday. “Right now there is no one blocking us from leaving,” Ms. Deng said. “Those government people have been gone since yesterday.”

Playing pro-life political chess

  Guest post by Joel Brind, Ph.D. Many pro-lifers donít trust Rick Santorum because of his 2004 support of Arlen Specter for U.S. Senate from Pennsylvania in the 2004 primary election. On its face, it appears that Rick wandered off the reservation and put party before life by endorsing pro-abortion Specter against pro-life Pat Toomey. […]

Stanek weekend question II: What questions would honest journalists ask Obama on the abortion issue?

On January 23 CNN’s Piers Morgan interrogated pro-life Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on his position that there be no abortion exceptions for rape and incest, using an emotional appeal that in my opinion was way out of bounds: You know, if you have a daughter that came to you who had been raped…. and […]

Additional pro-life gains found in budget deal

We were made immediately aware of some of the pro-life wins and losses after Republicans and Democrats reached an 11th hour agreement April 8 on the FY11 budget. We learned a ban against taxpayer funding of abortions in the District of Columbia was reinstated. We also learned that although Planned Parenthood was not defunded, US […]

(Prolifer)ations 12-22-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN As always, we welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs! Please email Susie@jillstanek.com. National Catholic Register has just broken the news that Bishop Olmstead has stripped St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix (affiliated with Catholic Healthcare West) of its Catholic status, due to its […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 11-23-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat My FOX Orlando and a variety of celebrity tabloids are reporting that former American Idol winner Fantasia Barrino told the Mecklenburg County Court in NC that she had an abortion before attempting suicide 3 months ago.The father of the child was a married man named Antwaun Cook, whom […]

How liberal bloggers are helping stop abortion

A September 29 Politico story identified liberal bloggers as the “professional left” President Obama, VP Joe Biden, White House chief-of-staff Rahm Emanuel, and WH spokesman Robert Gibbs have been complaining are kneecapping Obama and his agenda by their constant complaints. Politico linked to a September 27 post by liberal blogger Peter Daou entitled, “How a […]


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