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Bikers for Life hammer down for the babies

by Carder Several factors drive this. First, by their nature, bikers tend to be politically conservative…. Second, bikers also tend to be an extremely patriotic group and, today, they are sensing that something is terribly wrong with our country and that, if changes are not made, we will soon be in an irreversible state of […]

New campaign warns abortion clinic workers: “Don’t let your job put you in prison”

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Delaware Right to Life has erected six billboards this autumn, one directly across the street from the Wilmington Planned Parenthood (in photo above).

The billboards give a simple but sobering message to abortion clinic workers: “Don’t let your job put you in prison.”

Stanek weekend question: What is your view of abortion supporters?

Pro-Life-3I admit I often demonize abortion supporters in my mind. The ones I usually deal with are the hard core industry or political types, and they can indeed come across beyond cold and calloused.

Nevertheless, having been convicted through Scripture, I’ve been trying (although admittedly failing as often as I succeed – but I’m getting better, truly!) to more even-handedly communicate with them.

This week I read Romans 15:15-16 and took the passage our direction. The pertinent sentence:

Nationwide campaign launched to take down abortion industry via civil lawsuits

LDI 3Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards told The Hill a couple days ago she thrives on controversy.

Well, this news should really boost her endorphins.

Pro-life group Life Dynamics has launched an ambitious campaign to educate all of the nation’s personal injury attorneys of an enormous opportunity to file civil lawsuits on behalf of child sex abuse victims and their families against abortion clinics that did not report the crime.

Gosnell’s trial offers glimpse how Mengele’s trial would have looked

During the Nazi holocaust, Josef Mengele used concentration camp prisoners, including young children, as test subjects for a catalogue of demented medical experiments.  Documents uncovered by Allied forces revealed that, before they were killed, Mengele’s victims were subjected to pain on a scale that can only be described as unimaginable. After the war, Mengele became […]

Pro-life blog buzz 5-3-13

by Kelli

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  • At Live Action News, Kristen Hatten discusses “why Kermit Gosnell should be acquitted”:

    I want Kermit Gosnell walking the streets. I want him free because there is nothing he did that is incompatible with a pro-abortion ideology. I want him to serve as a constant reminder that abortion and infanticide are the same thing, and it was the Supreme Court’s idea – supported by around half of the citizens of this country – that some doctors are murderers who get to be free citizens.

Planned Parenthood of Delaware halts abortions, is investigated after rash of 911 calls

Featured on Drudge now…

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Planned Parenthood of Delaware has suspended surgical abortions (although not medical) at the two of its three clinics that commit them, in Dover and Wilmington, following a spate of five emergency calls since January 4….

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Kudos to 6ABC.com for breaking this story, which reported the Delaware Department of Health and the Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline are now investigating.

Two former PP employees, both nurses, are blowing the whistle. Kudos to them as well:

Demoralized

Berkeley, Genocide Awareness Project, Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, abortion, ObamaNothing is going the pro-aborts’ way except through political or judicial maneuvering. In other words, they are only able to keep themselves from going under by hook or by crook.

This is unsustainable. The trajectory is on the side of Life. A Time magazine cover story outlined many of the other side’s problems in January.

Students for Life National Programs Coordinator Beth O’Malley has blogged about her observations of attending the Young Feminist Leadership Conference on March 23-25 in Washington, D.C., which echo mine (examples here, here, and here):


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