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Pro-life photos of the week: Green-eyed monster of choice; police protecting abortion

Last week I noted the youthful pro-life glow so evident at the Supreme Court  when we were celebrating the Hobby Lobby decision that a photo of one of the our groups ended up in Cosmopolitan.

Pro-life movement doesn’t kill its young

Dave Weigel at Slate also noted the phenomenon - with a twinge of jealousy perhaps? “The abortion rights protesters ran the square, with their most camera-friendly interns and staffers lofting signs….”

So here’s another – of many – exuberant victory shots, this one via Reuters. (click all photos to enlarge)…

Pro-life activists celebrate Hobby Lobby decision, inhibiting abortion

Police protect abortion

On the flip side, Reuters posted another photo steeped in irony – police protecting Planned Parenthood, the United States’ largest abortion provider, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s buffer zone decision. This ruling freed pro-life advocates to once again approach mothers planning to kill their babies with a message of hope and help.

I expect this photo will end up in the Abortion Holocaust Museum some day…

Pro-life news brief 7-1-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat At First Things, Christopher Kaczor writes about the gradualist development of the right to life and why we should reject it: We should reject, for example, the analogy between the gradual development of a right to life and the gradual attainment of other rights. There is a radical […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 2-17-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat In Slate, Dave Weigel discusses the pro-choice movement’s strategy: 1) Wait for the pro-life movement, now at an apex of political power, to do something stupid. 2) Pounce on the stupid thing that it just did. 3) Repeat.

JournoList misogynists: Better for Obama had Palin aborted

Haven’t heard of the liberal JournoList scandal? Here’s a little backdrop, from

  

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