Entries Tagged ‘fertilized egg’

Abortion proponents’ Jedi mind tricks: It’s “development prevention,” not abortion

… Imagine that you want to buy a horse. You pay for a horse, and what is delivered to you is a fertilized horse egg. You would probably feel cheated. You canít ride or race a fertilized horse egg. It isnít a horse. Even in Texas. You need a mare and a lot of development. A single cell isnít a horse, a cluster of undifferentiated cells (technically, a ďblastocystĒ) isnít a horse, a cluster of differentiated cells isn’t a horse, a horse embryo isn’t a horse, and a horse fetus isn’t a horse. You would feel cheated if you were sold any of them….

Is it true the morning-after pill does NOT cause abortions?

Yesterday The New York Times posted the article, “Abortion qualms on the morning-after pill may be unfounded.”

Before quoting the NYT piece let me make clear it makes no such claim about hormonal birth control pills, only Plan B, advertised to be taken up to three days after unprotected sex, and Ella, advertised to be taken up to five days after unprotected sex.

In a nutshell:

Breaking, Gallup: “Pro-choice” Americans at record low – 41%

Fabulous news from Gallup, today:

The 41% of Americans who now identify themselves as “pro-choice” is down from 47% last July and is one percentage point below the previous record low in Gallup trends, recorded in May 2009. Fifty percent now call themselves “pro-life,” one point shy of the record high, also from May 2009.

So while the number of Americans considering themselves pro-life has remained steady since 2009, the number calling themselves pro-choice has dived. Click to enlarge:

Continuing on with Gallup story:

Breaking: Fox’s Special Report with Bret Baier to spotlight personhood movement tonight

UPDATE, 7:18p: Thanks to American Life League for posting the Fox story

“Rock star” embryonic researcher protests his photo in pro-life display at UCI

The Genocide Awareness Project at the Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center. According to

Pro-abort supports National Safe Haven Day: “Show your concern over real babies”

Pro-abort Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg National Safe Haven Day, today, which “raise[s] awareness of… local Safe Haven laws, with the intention of saving the lives of mothers and babies,” according to its website. Safe haven laws allow mothers to abandon their newborn babies (in IL up to 30 days old), no questions asked, at […]

(Prolifer)ations 8-3-09

by Kelli Spotlighting important information gleaned from other pro-life blogs… Daily Mail article states: More than a third of working mothers want to quit their jobs to look after their children, research suggests….

They’re persons now

American Life League has released a compelling new video spotlighting the CO personhood amendment drive and also taking unnamed organizations to task for sitting on their hands or worse, opposing this voter initiative: This seems like the right time to post a March 7 op ed by Judie Brown, also compelling, taking CO, GA, and […]

  

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