Entries Tagged ‘pregnancy’

A Supreme Court victory for pregnant women

by Carder In 2014, your AUL team learned about Peggy Young, a pregnant mother who was a driver for UPS. Though other workers received a “lighter duty” accommodation for conditions like sprained ankles, Peggy was denied an accommodation during her pregnancy. We knew how important it was for us to get behind Peggy – and […]

Latest Duggar Instagram unabashedly pro-life

by Carder Some people may want to slam Josh and Anna for using their unborn child for their political cause, but I think this is just right for them. They obviously feel passionately about the pro-life movement (hello — they relocated their family in order to work for it), and they’re keenly aware of their […]

NPR ignores woman killed by clinic it showcases in abortion promo piece

2015-03-06_1130This is truly shocking, either a new low in yellow journalism or an incredible display of shoddy research.

The slant of the March 3 NPR article by Jennifer Ludden was in its title: “Abortion restrictions complicate access for Ohio women.”

Ludden worried “a steady stream of abortion restrictions over the past four years has helped close nearly half the state’s clinics that perform the procedure,” then went on to blame the state, not substandard clinics or abortionists.

Ironically, Ludden chose Preterm abortion clinic to showcase the hardships abortion clinics and aborting mothers must endure:

Pro-abort docs fret over “standards of care” in RU-486 reversals

Father Pavone poses with young family following news conference in Washington on RU-486 reversal protocolby Kelli

The “reversals” also show that the ingestion of medication abortion drugs is never a sure thing when it comes to terminating a pregnancy. While anti-abortion activists tout the alleged “high complication rates” of the process, what they conveniently leave out is that the most common complication is that the patient remains pregnant, and that the protocol needs to be followed up with D&C or vacuum aspiration abortion in order to end the pregnancy….

Ten unique pregnancy announcements

by Carder We love it when expectant parents share their baby news with a creative take on the typical pregnancy announcement, and these 10 truly fit the bill. Whether baby No. 1 is getting the boot from her crib or mama’s having some serious cravings, Imgur user grabmenow has found a hilarious solution for every […]

Carly Fiorina: “Science supports those who believe in the sanctity of life”

by Kelli It is on the issue of life that the hypocrisy of liberals is the most breathtaking. They believe flies are worth protecting, but the life of an unborn child is not. The platform of the Democratic Party asserts the right to an abortion at any point in a pregnancy for any reason. There […]

The duplicity of the pro-abortion movement regarding brain-dead pregnant mothers

When abortion is the topic, their rhetoric is all about the woman’s right to choose—forget the family. They assume women will want abortion, so they trim their rhetorical sails to that wind. But when the woman isn’t able to do any choosing, and her family wants to pull the plug—well, then the rhetoric is all […]

The Doula Project helps “pregnant people,” not just women

by Carder 2014 was an incredibly successful year for us that included: ? Partnering with a new public hospital in NYC to provide abortion doulas to pregnant people ? Partnering with a new birth center in NYC to provide birth doulas to pregnant people ? Partnering with a criminal justice organization to provide birth doulas […]


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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