Entries Tagged ‘Instagram’

Elton John hits back at gay adoption criticism

by Carder How dare you refer to my beautiful children as “synthetic”. And shame on you for wagging your judgemental little fingers at IVF – a miracle that has allowed legions of loving people, both straight and gay, to fulfil their dream of having children. Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, […]

Latest Duggar Instagram unabashedly pro-life

by Carder Some people may want to slam Josh and Anna for using their unborn child for their political cause, but I think this is just right for them. They obviously feel passionately about the pro-life movement (hello — they relocated their family in order to work for it), and they’re keenly aware of their […]

Babies dressed as turkeys: Gobble, gobble

by Carder Putting your baby in a turkey costume: The Thanksgiving tradition that should definitely exist if it doesn’t already. Here’s proof…. ~ Huffington Post featuring babies dressed as Thanksgiving turkeys, November 27 [Photo via Jimmy Fallon on Instagram]

Cosmo mag wrong about Jessa Duggar’s Holocaust remarks

by Kelli

jessa-duggarCosmo went into full anti-woman mode. [Writer Jill] Filipovic attacked Jessa Duggar for daring to put history into perspective….

Jessa’s remarks on Instagram conveyed a profound understanding of the past and applied it to the present. Over 56 million human lives have been butchered by an abortion industry birthed in the same racist and elitist pseudoscience of eugenics that created the racial hygiene theory that led to the slaughter of millions in the Holocaust….

Pro-life photo of the week: Abortion clinic bricks

Today’s photo of the week is by… me! I snapped the shot on a whim as I was reading one night last week and was a bit surprised at the interest it garnered on Twitter and Facebook after I posted it on Instagram. The photo is a side shot my nightstand, on which I have three […]

Killing puppies “horrific,” killing late-term babies “heroic”

JODI-HEADSHOT-8-19-11-_100Jodi Jacobson is editor-in-chief of RH Reality Check, a pro-abortion website dedicated “to safeguard…  sexual and reproductive health and rights against false attacks and misinformation.”

Jacobson has stated it is “profoundly disrespectful” to oppose late-term abortions, which she defines as “at or after 24 weeks or in the third trimester.”

Jacobson has described those who kill babies in the third trimester as “committed, ethical, moral medical professional[s].” She said pro-lifers were “lunatics” to call late-term abortionist George Tiller a “mass murderer” – himself a subsequent victim of murder. Rather, Jacobson maintained, Tiller was a “heroic, kind, compassionate, professional.” 

MTV “16 & Pregnant” couple stands for life at youth pro-life conference

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I was fortunate enough to be in the second row, center stage, when this great young couple spoke at the Students for Life of America conference on January 26.

Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra were made famous on MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” in 2009 when they decided to place their daughter Carly for adoption. MTV continued to track the couple in its “Teen Mom” series through 2012.

Since then the two have become strong advocates for adoption, speaking around the country at high school and college campuses.

And lately, Catelynn and Tyler have become more outspoken advocates for the sanctity of preborn human life as well, much to the chagrin of abortion pushers.

I don’t think video is available yet of their speech at SFLA’s conference, but I tweeted a couple of their statements during their speech…

  

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