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Vandals destroy Bronx pregnancy care center; “They even stole our Pampers.”

They even stole the Pampers. Click all photos to enlarge.

Chris Slattery, founder and president of EMC Frontline Pregnancy Care Centers, a group of 12 pccs located throughout the New York City area, told LifeSiteNews.com he thought it was likely “drug addicts seeking some quick cash” who burglarized and vandalized EMC’s South Bronx location last night.

Not so fast. With Slattery and EMC at the center of the opposition against NYC’s recently passed hostile law forcing pccs to post signage that they do not commit abortions, my first thought was the vandals were hostile pro-aborts. Would run-of-the-mill ne’er do wells go so far as to tear up the floors?

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Top 10 enemies the pro-abortion Left fears

The NewsRealBlog has posted a list of the “Top Ten Enemies the Pro-Abortion Left Fears.”

As in the last Top 10 list, I barely edged in but am honored for the inclusion (and am adding this to my bio!).

I’m not sure “fears” is the right word. Maybe “hates”? And I’m not sure how NRB devised the list, which appears to be a group effort.

Nevertheless, it’s interesting. The only one I would question is Sekulow. He’s a good lawyer, but there are many good lawyers who exclusively focus on the Life issue, which he does not…

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Pro-life activists to challenge new fence around Washington, DC, Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood at 1108 16th Street NW in Washington, DC is the abortion mecca-mill where pro-lifers by the hundreds pray and protest during the annual March for Life every January, for instance in 2009

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Last week’s Supreme Court decision rattles pro-aborts

8:45p: Here’s what Jezebel thinks:
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Pro-choice advocates are worried about 2 things when it comes to the Supreme Court’s ruling in this case: the court’s willingness to abandon decades of established legal precedent (stare decisis); and the court’s decision to pick a legal question not explicitly presented to them by the case to overturn a law they’d apparently already made up their minds about. These very things are, when it comes down to it, exactly what anti-abortion advocates are cheering.

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7:50p: Pro-aborts have become increasingly reliant on the principle of stare decisis, or settled law, to prop Roe v. Wade….

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