Entries Tagged ‘Public Discourse’

Pro-life news brief 1-22-14

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat An abortion clinic escort reviews the study which produced the “1 in 3″ women will have an abortion statistic and finds the study doesn’t really say that: It is misleading to assume that one-third of a given group of women (such as a group of female protesters standing […]

Pro-life blog buzz 7-19-13

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

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  • ProLifeBlogs links to an article by Dr. Miriam Grossman discussing how “today’s sex ed curricula are based on the widely-accepted teachings of depraved human beings”:

    [I]n 1964 Dr. Mary Calderone founded the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)… with seed money provided by Hugh Hefner….

    She told parents, “Children are sexual and think sexual thoughts and do sexual things… parents must accept and honor their child’s erotic potential.”…

    Once I understood who the founders were — [Alfred] Kinsey, [Mary] Calderone, [Wardell] Pomeroy, [John] Money, and others — I understood how we got to today’s “comprehensive sexuality education.”…

    These men were pedophiles. It was in their interest to see children as miniature adults who enjoyed sexual contact, and had the right to consent to it, without other adults, or the law, interfering.

Steyn: Media silence on abortion and infanticide reflects on America

In 2011, I wrote about mass murder at Kermit Gosnell’s abortion “clinic”: … A man is killing actual living, gurgling, bouncing babies on an industrial scale – and it barely makes the papers. Had he plunged his scissors into the spinal cord of a Democrat politician in Arizona, then The New York Times, ABC, CBS, […]

Pro-life news brief 2-7-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • Slate’s William Saletan (a pro-choice writer) argues pro-lifers get legislation passed because they care more than pro-choicers:

    To cancel out that advantage, pro-choicers have to raise the intensity level. When the percentage of respondents who call abortion critical, very important, or a deal-breaker rises toward 30 percent or more, the balance of power begins to shift.Think about that when you see pro-lifers winning elections, passing laws, and marching in the cold. They don’t win because they’re a majority. They win because they care enough to fight.

Life Links 2-21-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Clarke Forsythe and Mailee Smith discuss the link between abortion and suicide and a court to determine the fate of South Dakota’s informed consent law. William McGurn argues that Rick Santorum shouldn’t drop his social issues campaigning: Dropping the social issues is also not practical for another reason: […]

Life Links 10-24-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat At RH Reality Check, we find another stone to mountain of evidence showing Amanda Marcotte’s inability to do basic research. She makes the following absurd claim: For instance, in Tennessee, they’re just straight taking contraception funding and giving it to anti-contraception propaganda centers called “crisis pregnancy centers”. Wrong. […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-23-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Canada will start funding International Planned Parenthood again – this time only in countries where abortion is illegal: Planned Parenthood, which provides an array of sexual and reproductive health services, including abortions, abortion counselling and training for providers, is getting the federal funding after [International Co-operation Minister Bev] […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 9-15-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat Virginia’s State Board of Health will vote the proposed abortion clinic regulations today. The local CBS channel has video of the dueling protests. A South Dakota man has been charged with trying to kill an unborn child by spiking his girlfriend’s drink. He was extradited from Puerto Rico […]


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