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Pro-life blog buzz 9-12-14

pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN

  • Pro-Life Action League is promoting the National Day of Rememberance for Aborted Children tomorrow, Sept. 13:

    Of the 95 sites where memorial services will be held, 42 are actual gravesites of aborted children whose bodies were recovered from dumpsters and other improper resting places by pro-life activists.

    You can find the location of a memorial service near you by visiting the list of sites.

Urge Obama administration to act in release of Meriam Ibrahim and children

Meriam Ibrahim and Daniel WaniOn May 22 I wrote about then-eight months pregnant Dr. Meriam Ibrahim, who is facing death by hanging in a Sudanese prison because she refuses to renounce her Christian faith for Islam.

Ibrahim has been further sentenced to receive 100 lashes for marrying a Christian man, Daniel Wani (wedding photo right). Wani is a naturalized American citizen.

The couple’s 20-month-old son Martin is imprisoned with his mother.

On May 27, Ibrahim gave birth early to daughter Maya while still shackled, reportedly. I can’t imagine. Here are the first photos released…

Obamacare opens unprecedented gateway to illegal invasion of privacy

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From UPI, yesterday:

Erin Brockovich leads charge to stop sale of Essure contraceptive device

Essure-dispositivoEssure, manufactured by Bayer, is called a “permanent birth control” device that blocks sperm from meeting egg.

A pair of small, flexible metal coils are nonsurgically  inserted into a woman’s fallopian tubes, after which tissue grows around the coils, creating a “natural” barrier, according to the maker.

Essure has now been implanted in over 600,000 women since the FDA approved it in 2002 and is considered 99.83% effective. It is nonreversible, so I’m not sure why it’s not called a “permanent sterilization” device. Sounds like verbal gerrymandering.

Those pro-abortion bullies are actually on the defensive

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Back in the day abortion proponents had all the mojo and pro-lifers were on the defensive. The photo above, via PBS, is of pro-abortion rally demanding a repeal of pro-life laws in Washington, D.C.,  circa 1971.

At the same time, feminists were pushing the Equal Rights Amendment in all 50 states. The photo below, via illinois.gov, is of feminists writing the names of ERA opponents in pigs’ blood on the floor of the Illinois State Capitol on June 24, 1982…

Stanek weekend question: Your thoughts on the “right to privacy”?

imageI’m no constitutional scholar, but I’m told the “right to privacy” was invented to provide a foundation for the “right to abortion.”

But privacy appears to be a “right” only when convenient for liberals.

While the Left calls Bradley Manning a “hero” for releasing classified military information, and likewise calls Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, “a flawed-hero figure fearlessly committed to the freedom of information” – “flawed” only because two women with “questionable motivations” have accused him of rape, the Left draws the line when the right to abortion privacy is breached.

Why Planned Parenthood supports deploying women in combat: Abortion

image6010249xThe Hill columnist A. B. Stoddard maintains the Pentagon’s announcement last week that it would allow women to be deployed in combat did not come out of the blue, although it certainly appeared to.

I was suspicious of a liberal agenda, of course. But still I found Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards’ tweet quite curious:

War: Young feminists openly challenge “legacy” feminists

The cover story in the January 14 issue of Time magazine has stirred a lot of conversation on both sides of the abortion aisle.

In particular it has brought to the fore a generational rift within the pro-abortion movement.

The article noted the rift as one of several problems the movement is facing. But in the article’s wake young feminists have apparently felt freed to launch an open revolt.


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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