Entries Tagged ‘president’

New Stanek poll: Do women’s hormones preclude them from being President?

I have a new poll question up: Do womens hormones preclude them from being President? The concern was raised by Go Ape Marketing CEO Cheryl Rios last week, to which GOP presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina responded, Not that we havent seen a mans judgment clouded by hormones in the Oval Office, a zinger obviously aimed […]

New Stanek poll: Which Republican would you like to see run for president?

It’s that time already. So I have a new poll question up. Good time to get an initial sense:

Which Republican would you like to see run for president in 2016?

Here were the results of my last poll regarding religious preferences in marriage partners (click to enlarge):

Midterm election results not necessarily pro-life culture change

by Carder In 2016, more liberals, more culture-of-death voters will be getting up off their couches and voting for the anti-life, anti-family candidate for President. They will try to convince the one third of of the so-called conservative ranks to join them–and in all likelihood, enough of them will. We hate to be bursting these […]

Pro-life Democrat who voted for Obamacare has regrets?

I would have never voted for the final version of the bill if I expected the Obama Administration to force Catholic hospitals and Catholic Colleges and Universities to pay for contraception…. We worked hard to prevent abortion funding in health care and to include clear conscience protections for those with moral objections to abortion and […]

Second grader’s dream: For Obama not to be president “because he says you can kill babys”

I received the following from a second grade teacher: The class has been learning about Martin Luther King, Jr., and we were talking about how one person can make a big difference. We talked about how he had a dream. So they had a writing assignment to write about what their dream for the world […]

Trash talk: Abortion proponents say Karen Santorum didn’t lose a baby, she had an abortion

Jezebel confuses an attempt to undergo surgery to save the life of her child with procedures a woman undergoes a to end the life of her child. The Santorumsí child was not going to live regardless, yet Karen Santorum risked her life to take the pregnancy as far as possible. Both she and her husband […]

(Prolifer)ations 3-4-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN As always, we welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Christina at Real Choice expresses disapproval for the possible death penalty in the case of abortionist Kermit Gosnell:

Obama nominates Elena Kagan to Supreme Court

UPDATE, 11:29a: Yet another red flag. While pro-life groups are coming out against Kagan’s nomination en masse, the pro-abortion group NARAL is amenable to Kagan, as indicated in the statement below. Shock: I happen to agree with NARAL on one of its points – that abortion and Roe v. Wade should be discussed in Kagan’s […]


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