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Pro-life blog buzz 3-4-14

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

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  • Abolitionist Society exposes abortion’s role in society’s eugenic attitude toward children with special needs. But the average family choosing to abort a special needs child does so for one of two reasons unrelated to eugenics:

    The argument from the desire to eliminate pain…. [and] [t]he argument from the desire to preserve a personal level of living.

Fed employee’s wife: “Tough” paying for abortion of “the fetus”

The baby would likely be stillborn in the seventh or eighth month. If carried, miraculously, to term, it would suffer from Trisomy 18, likely Down syndrome and heart failure. It did not possess a nasal bone….

Other women may have carried to term, or as close to term as possible, a child whose condition could allow it to live for a few days, or weeks, or maybe a few years. But faced with the impossibility of this loss, we chose to face it then, before a child had the chance to win our hearts and let us hope for the impossible.

If only Muslims were rioting over the HHS mandate, Obama would apologize

Muslim radicals chose yesterday, September 11, to storm, torch, and loot the American embassies in Egypt and Libya, killing the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens, and three staff members in the process. This is not only a tragedy but an international crisis.

The riots were apparently instigated by a (strange and really bad) film depicting Muhammad as a religious fanatic, rapist, philanderer, pedophile, homosexual, torturer, and “murderous thug.”

Before the attack, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo issued this statement, not condemning but apologizing for the free speech that went on to trigger the attack of its own embassy. One wonders if the apology bolstered the mob. I’m surprised the link is still live. Here’s a screen shot in case it is removed. Click to enlarge…

Pro-life blog buzz 6-26-12

Thumbnail image for blog buzz.jpgby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • ProLifeBlogs posts a C-FAM article describing abortion proponents’ defeat at the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development last week:

    Along with the Holy See, Nicaragua, Chile, Russia, Honduras, Syria, the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Egypt all rejected the introduction of “reproductive rights” into the Rio +20 outcome document.

Stanek Sunday quote: “The more the Israelites were oppressed, the more they increased in number. The Egyptians came to dread them.”

Reading this passage today and pondering: What is the opposite of strength and power in numbers? Eventually, Joseph, all his brothers, and that entire generation died. But the descendants of Israel were fruitful and multiplied greatly and became exceedingly numerous, so that the land was filled with them. Then a new king, who did not […]

Paranoia at Planned Parenthood

I love it. Live Action has received an email from a girl named Lauren who described paranoia at a California Planned Parenthood she visited this week. This is all good. It means more lives will be saved as every PP employee in the land worries s/he is being videotaped or bugged at every turn. Staff […]

The UN has two faces

by Kelli I am not a fan of the United Nations. First there is the United Nations Population Fund, which tacitly supports China’s one-child policy that includes forced abortions and sterilizations. Then there is the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, which encourages minor abortions while opposing parental notification laws worldwide,

  

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