Entries Tagged ‘French’

Pro-life blog buzz 6-19-15

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

  • Wesley J. Smith says the French are trying to bring euthanasia in gradually, by first offering to sedate terminally ill patients until death. Smith discusses the difference between palliative and terminal sedation, and explains why terminal sedation is not so humane:

    That’s killing by slow motion because it involves putting a patient into a coma and depriving them of food and fluids so they dehydrate to death. Pushing terminal sedation is egregious for another reason: It confuses people as to whether the legitimate pain controlling technique – palliative sedation – is killing by another name.

The European birth collapse

by Carder In the past, those of us who’ve spoken about the collapsing Euro birth rates have been dismissed as religious fanatics or other stuff that I can’t share in a family blog. Yet this is not about religion. It’s about reality. You cannot have a future without babies. In other words, at some point […]

Stanek Sunday funnies 1-18-15

Good morning, and Happy Sunday! Here were my top five favorite political cartoons this week. Be sure to vote for your fav in the poll at the bottom of this post! by Ken Catalino at Townhall.com…  by Gary McCoy at Townhall.com…  by Chip Bok at Townhall.com…  by Glenn McCoy at Townhall.com…  Bok and McCoy’s in reference to […]

Pro-life blog buzz 7-4-14

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

  • Right to Life of Michigan reminds Hillary Clinton – as she rambles incoherently about the Hobby Lobby decision that she opposes – that her own version of a 1994 healthcare bill included conscience protections:

    The 1994 legislation gave “any employer” an exemption from purchasing health care that covered “abortion or other services” if “the employer objects to such services on the basis of a religious belief or moral conviction.”

Pro-life news brief 2-27-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • TIME provides more information on the teenage couple in Texas who sued to prevent the young woman’s parents from forcing her to have an abortion:

    The baby is due Sept. 16. According to [the baby’s father] Evan, he and R.E.K. — they began dating last summer — knew right away they would have the baby. “We’ve always been against abortion,” says Evan, who wants to become a welder (R.E.K. wants to attend nursing school). “As soon as we found out she was pregnant, we knew we wanted to keep it.”

    … It remains to be seen just how involved the girl’s parents will be with their new grandchild. While Burnside and her husband, who is not Evan’s biological father, are being supportive, the girl’s parents may find it harder to play a role: days after the judge’s ruling, Evan, a high school sophomore, married his pregnant girlfriend, a junior, in what Burnside calls a “shotgun” wedding.

Life Links 4-26-12

web grab.jpgby JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • In the Washington Times, Cathy Cleaver Ruse discusses the depths of Representative Jerrold Nadler’s ignorance:

    Mr. Nadler did make one concession at the committee meeting. “On the other hand,” he said, “an 8-month-old fetus or a 9-month-old fetus, in my opinion, is a human being.” Some concession. Can we not in 2012 call even a nearly born infant a human being as a matter of fact rather than opinion?

C’est la vie: French indifferent toward Carla Bruni-Sarkozy’s pregnancy

There isn’t much to say. So many women are expecting children and giving birth, and it’s so uninteresting for French people. ~ Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, wife of French Prime Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, on one reason why she has decided not to release photos of her baby after s/he is born, as quoted by the BBC via […]

Céline Dion names twin sons

(A very pregnant Dion and family are  pictured right on the September 2 cover of the French magazine 7 Jours. Click to enlarge.) Since we’ve been following singer Céline Dion’s trials as she attempted to grow her 8-yr-old frozen embryos to maturity in her body, I thought I’d provide closure with great news. From CBS […]


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