Entries Tagged ‘Katie Walker’

Buddy the Cat important, abortion not so much

Last night while researching my “Pro-life princess bride” post, I had an odd email exchange with blogger Marlene at Royal Musings.

Marlene had some pictures posted of Katie Walker’s wedding I thought I might like to use.

According to Fair Use trademark law I know I can post most photos, even copyrighted, as long as I give proper attribution and follow certain guidelines. I even have an ADF attorney on stand-by who specializes in trademark law, and who intervenes when I get emails ordering me to cease and desist, such as I did for the photos on this post, and this one.

But Marlene was so over-reactionary in the protection of her photos, I thought I would drop her courtesy request, particularly since she seemed to indicate she would grant permission if only asked. Marlene’s response to my request:

Pro-life princess bride

I met Katie Walker several years ago when she was communications director for American Life League. She moved on in 2011 to the same position at Catholic Charities for the Diocese of Arlington.

Meanwhile, Katie’s personal life took a storybook turn.

American Life League and Rock for Life part ways amicably

I posted competing public statements in May. While American Life League wrote it had “temporarily suspended the operations of our Rock for Life project,” Rock for Life’s Jeff White and Erik Whittingham wrote on Facebook the 2 organizations “separated ways on Thursday, May 20th, 2010, ending an 11-1/2 year relationship.” I am aware that leaders […]

What next, bar pro-lifer Phil Simms from covering the Super Bowl?

UPDATE, 5:49p: Katie Walker, communications director for American Life League (which produced the 1987 pro-life Giants’ video discussed in the post below) has a great op ed in today’s Washington Post, spotlighted earlier today by former NARAL president Kate Michelman and former Catholics for Choice president Frances Kissling contained a fascinating section worthy of its […]

Blogs for Life Conference

UPDATE, 1/21, 5:50a: Sorry to report Rep. Michelle Bachmann had to cancel. Speaker Pelosi decided to wrap things up today instead of tomorrow, so Bachmann is flying home to attend the WorldNetDaily.com has posted an article on the event. 1/20, 6:58a: The 5th annual still register to attend in person. Or make plans to view […]

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American Life League’s Katie Walker surmounts MSNBC’s anti-life bias

MSNBC’s Morning Meeting today to discuss the topic of public funded abortion in socialized healthcare. Host Dylan Ratigan had the nerve to accuse pro-lifers of interjecting our ideology into the healthcare debate, which is exactly backward. The man had obviously done no research on the topic, merely bleating pro-abort spin that pro-lifers are attempting to […]

  

Who Is Jill Stanek?

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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