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Entries Tagged ‘MA’

Unanimous! Supreme Court strikes down MA buffer zone law

Jill Stanek prays outside Supreme Court before buffer zone abortion clinic decision; pro-lifeRead the background for this case here.

Today, in a unanimous ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Massachusetts’ buffer zone law, which banned pro-life advocates from entering a 35-foot restricted-speech zone around the entrance of abortion clinics. Read the decision here. Details, from USA Today:

The decision united Chief Justice John Roberts and the court’s four liberals, who said the distance improperly removed demonstrators from public sidewalks and spaces. The other conservative justices would have issued a more sweeping verdict, striking down the ban on grounds that it targets abortion opponents’ specific point of view….

Although the court had upheld an 8-foot buffer zone in Colorado in 2000, the Massachusetts law passed in 2007 went 27 feet farther.

2011 Life Prizes award winners announced!

Press statement just released. Congrats to all! LIFE PRIZES ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF $600,000 PRO-LIFE AWARD The Gerard Health Foundation Awards Pro-Life Movement’s Greatest Heroes Natick, MA – The Gerard Health Foundation is pleased to announce the 2009-2010 winners of its Life Prizes award, granted to six individuals or organizations that have achieved significant progress in […]

Aborting father confronts pro-life protesters

The following video, only posted on YouTube 3 days ago, has already garnered over 300k views. It was made by aborting father Aaron Gouveia. While his wife was inside a Brookline, MA, mill getting an abortion, he took his cell phone outside to confront pro-life protesters… Gouveia explained at GoodMenProject.com the reason for his wife’s […]

Pro-aborts finally forced to acknowledge notorious quack bottom-feeding abortionists

Abortionist Steven Brigham is so bad (read his lengthy med-mal background here) that even the abortion industry, with its exceedingly low standards that only require abortionists to show up with a remotely functioning third world medical license in any field, has been forced to turn against him. According to the Associated Press:

Lone pro-abort picketer makes news

On any given day pro-lifers pray and picket in front of tens to hundreds of the 750 free-standing abortion clinics remaining in the US. We don’t necessarily make the news any more because we’re fixtures, commonplace. But, hey, spot even one pro-abort protester and call out the press. From the Sun Chronicle, September 8: Abortion […]

Kiddie condom capital is also queer capital

A couple updates on my Wikipedia…

Public school sex ed gone wild: condoms for 1st graders; stuffed animal sex

In a world gone mad the solution to our 50-year grossly failed social experiment of comprehensive sex and widespread contraception distribution is to up the ante. So we see the Provincetown, MA, public school system launching a program next year to distribute condoms to kids as young as 6, specifically overriding parental involvement. According to

Democrats losing the “God” vote

When you look at “tickling the ears.”) But now they’re back, as the aforementioned and following polls indicate, but it’s not a phenomenon pro-lifers should take for granted. Part of our strategy must be to cement the fickle pro-life beliefs of the mushy middle. Obama has also given us an opening to attract liberal Jews….


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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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