Entries Tagged ‘conservatives’

Wishy-washy pro-life Republicans “on the losing side of history”

by Kelli Over the past years we social conservatives have heard time and again about abortion being a loser at the polls. Just a few weeks ago a caucus of Quisling women Republicans sold out babies who will be killed by late term abortion. They did this by posturing as some kind of latter-day Machiavellis […]

Stanek weekend question: Does calling abortion a “difficult decision” play into pro-life hands?

imageAn August 15 op ed in the Washington Post makes the case that a common depiction of abortion by proponents plays right into pro-life hands.

Janet Harris, former communications director for the pro-abortion group EMILY’s List, cites several reasons why calling abortion a “difficult decision” cedes ground. She also posits the first clear reason I’ve read why “pro-choice” is problematic:

Pro-life blog buzz 11-23-12

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.

  • Michael New reveals the numerous flaws with a non-peer-reviewed and highly publicized “turnaway” study which purported to show that women who were refused abortion due to gestational age were more likely to experience greater stress and financial hardship than women who obtained abortions.

What they are trying to hide: Social issues are a problem for liberals, not conservatives

  The January 12 Gallup poll (click to enlarge) tells us three things:   Despite the din, conservatives outnumber liberals 2:1. Conservatives are winning over coveted moderates, not liberals. #1 and #2 have occurred since Obama took office.   An eye-opening point from the Wall Street Journal, January 18:

Stanek Sunday Funnies: “Conservatives Started It” edition

I saw the above Planned Parenthood tweet a couple days and first thought, You have got to be kidding, and then thought, Of course this is how they’ll spin this. The Obama administration provoked a huge nationwide controversy in January by ordering religious groups to cover contraceptives, abortifacients, and sterilization in their insurance plans, and […]

Liberal feminists blow off Weiner sex scandal

6/8, 8:10a: Wow, read this major lambast of the fantastically hypocritical Amanda Marcotte at The Other McCain, which came to my attention via this piece at The American Power blog. 6/7, 7:42p: What’s more important, abortion or equal rights for women? Though they would have you believe otherwise, liberal feminists do not consider the 2 […]

Jivin Jís Life Links 12-16-10

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The European Court of Human Rights has ordered the country of Ireland to pay a woman approximately $20k for violating her human rights under the European Rights Convention. The woman was in remission of a rare form of cancer (which she felt might relapse during pregnancy) and went […]

Max Baucus’s spirited debate

MT US Senator Max Baucus has been much in the news the latter half of the year, first for wasting everyone’s time when even liberals thought it stunk. Then in December Baucus admitted to Billings Gazette…


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