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Pro-life blog buzz 5-6-14

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

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  • At Real Choice, Christina Dunigan tells us why we need to counter the pro-choice lie claiming Kermit Gosnell was an “outlier” in the abortion industry:

    We cannot let the abortion-rights movement weasel away from the fact that although the National Abortion Federation did reject Gosnell’s membership application, that didn’t stop one of their member clinics from hiring him to work part-time at their facility. A woman who believed NAF’s promises of safety would make an appointment at this reputable clinic, which would collect her fee and then turn her over to Gosnell’s care. Her abortion would be started at the NAF clinic, after which the woman would be given an appointment to have her abortion completed at Gosnell’s own facility, where she would be drugged within inches of her life by people who didn’t even finish high school, then left to moan and writhe on a blood-stained recliner amid the cat feces.This relationship can’t be described as “outlier.” It was “employee.”

Top Ten 2013: Stanek’s most commented posts

Always fascinating, comments to posts often delve away from the original topic. It may not be the post itself that triggers high reader response but the readers themselves. Here were the most commented posts of 2013. Thanks again to Kelli for researching these stats. 10. ABQ 20-week abortion ban proponents: We’ll be back (November 20; 221 comments) 9. […]

Pro-abortion NAACP claims Zimmerman violated Trayvon’s right to life

The most fundamental of civil rights – the right to life – was violated the night George Zimmerman stalked and then took the life of Trayvon Martin. ~ Statement from the pro-abortion National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in protest of the not guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, via CNN, July […]

Breaking: NAACP countersues black pro-life leader

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In response to a lawsuit filed in February by pro-life leader Ryan Bomberger, accusing the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People of intimidation, the NAACP has fired back with a countersuit.

How @NAACP_Watchdogs got its Twitter back

imageGuest post by Leroy Dodd

On January 28, in my capacity as social media manager for a coalition of national black pro-life leaders, I set up accounts on Facebook and Twitter to promote our upcoming demonstration in Los Angeles of the NAACP Image Awards on February 1.

We had a number of press releases going out that morning, and I wanted to take advantage of social media platforms to raise awareness about what I call the “Black Betrayal” – NAACP’s gross failure to put black America’s best interest first, demonstrated by its willingness to not only ignore the black genocidal agenda of Planned Parenthood but to go so far as partner with this organization that racially targets black communities with abortion.

My first Tweet was at 9:17a: “Black Leaders prepare to protest @NAACP for its #Betrayal of the black community.”

Only six tweets and less than two hours later we got our first suspension, after I hit “reply” to a tweet sent out by @NAACPIMAGEAWARD promoting their show, wherein I linked to our press release and the hashtag #BlackBetrayal.

Black pro-life leader sues the NAACP for intimidation

Little did TooManyAborted.com founder Ryan Bomberger know just how much the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People would disdain his satirical but accurate edit of its acronym, NAACP. Click to enlarge…

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Ryan-BombergerOn January 16, Ryan, pictured right, wrote a scathing piece entitled, “NAACP: National Association for the Abortion of Colored People,” published at LifeNews.com, in conjunction with the NAACP’s upcoming 44th Annual Image Awards.

In response, NAACP attorneys Gordon Feinblatt, LLC, zipped off a letter to both Ryan and Steven Ertelt of Life News, threatening to sue both for copyright infringement, including punitive damages, unless they cease and desist within seven days.

Siding with Sanger: NAACP opposes bill that would make race-based abortion illegal

On March 14, 1875, in her famous speech “Social Purity,” [Susan B.] Anthony listed, among other things, “abortions and infanticides” as part of a “monster evil of society.” [Democratic Rep. John] Conyers scoffed that “I’ve never heard or read about [abolitionist Frederick Douglass] saying anything about prenatal nondiscrimination,” but Douglass said on October 22, 1883: […]

(Prolifer)ations 7-20-10

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Coming Home helps us understand how we arrived at our current point in history regarding euthanasia…


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